IN NBN NEWS TONIGHT AT 6
May 10, 2011 at 12:53 pm
A 31-year-old Edgeworth man will face Newcastle Local Court today charged with murder, after the discovery of a woman’s body in the boot of a car.
Police are yet to identity the woman, believed to be in her mid-to-late 20s.
The Salvation Army is encouraging the Central Coast to dig deep after launching its annual Red Shield Appeal this morning.
Guest speaker at the breakfast, shark attack survivor Paul D-gellder, stressed the need for the community to get behind the cause.
Ten baby death adder snakes have slithered their way to the Australian Reptile Park.
The deadly creatures will be part of the centre’s anti-venom program.
And in sport, the Matildas are on the coast today ahead of their trans-tasman series against New Zealand.
The series is the last chance for players to prove their worth ahead of the World Cup.
Details at six.
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