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CALLS FOR LAW CHANGES AFTER DEATH OF PREGNANT WOMAN

The New South Wales Government is under pressure tonight following the death of a woman, weeks after a high-speed crash at Lake Macquarie. The 32-year-old was pregnant when she was a passenger in a stolen car, that ploughed into a service station at Charlestown last month. Her death has intensified calls for unborn children to be recognised by law.

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JETS PLAY DOWN FINANCIAL CONCERNS

The Newcastle Jets have played down concerns that Donald Trump’s actions could threaten their new-found financial stability. The US President’s trade war with China has hit owner Martin Lee’s business hard, the share price of his company Ledman has more than halved since May. Mr Lee reportedly considered cutting the club’s player wage bill but ultimately decided otherwise.

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MARINERS COME FROM BEHIND TO BEAT WOLLONGONG WOLVES

Another strong pre-season hit-out for the Mariners, but there was no appearance from Usain Bolt, he stayed on the bench. His team mates surprisingly conceded the opening goal against NPL side Wollongong. Before clicking into gear – Michael McGlinchey, Connor Pain and Matt Simon all finding the back of the net in the 3-1 win. (VISION ONLY)

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‘SEA SLUG CENSUS’ ASSISTING WITH MARINE RESEARCH

The annual ‘sea slug census’ is in full swing with dozens of people helping count the sea creatures this weekend. Slugs are being monitored from South Stradbroke Island to Cook Island – with 25 species counted today at Burleigh. It’s the third year the census has been held to assist with marine research at Southern Cross University. (AUDIO IN PARTS)

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UPDATING NBN NEWS

A teenager fights for life in a Victorian hospital as police investigate reports of a car driving erratically before it was struck by a train. Opposition leader, Bill Shorten writes to the Prime Minister calling on a united front to tackle immigration. Jamie Whincup sets the pace at Bathurst ahead of the Top Ten Shootout And the classic catch from Aussie cricketer, Rachel Haynes in the Aussies nine wicket win over the Kiwis.

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STUNNING END TO HUNTER VALLEY BALLOON FIESTA

There was a stunning and very colourful end to the Hunter Valley’s annual Balloon Fiesta. More than 500 people were lucky enough to enjoy the picturesque experience over the last four days, with almost 30 balloons floating over the region’s vineyards. It’s been the fiesta’s best year yet, with many already looking to book a place for next year. (VISION ONLY)

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