Home // Tyson Cottrill

Tyson Cottrill

avatar
Tyson Cottrill is a journalist and producer based in Newcastle, with 10 years television news experience. Tyson first began work with NBN in 2007, before being employed as a journalist at Channel Nine in Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Born and raised in Newcastle, Tyson has a Bachelor of Communications from Charles Sturt University.

ARCHBISHOP OF ADELAIDE PHILLIP WILSON FOUND GUILTY

JUST IN: Archbishop of Adelaide, Philip Wilson has been found GUILTY of concealing child sex offences in a Newcastle courtroom this morning. He is the highest catholic in Australia to be convicted of the charge. BREAKING: Archbishop of Adelaide, Philip Wilson has been found GUILTY of concealing child sex offences. Is the highest catholic in Australia to be convicted of the charge @nbnnews — Tyson Cottrill (@TysonCottrill) May 21, 2018 Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson leaving Newcastle Local court after being found guilty of concealing child sex offences @nbnnews pic.twitter.com/swaH7NlAQV — Tyson Cottrill (@TysonCottrill) May 22, 2018 More to come.

Read More »

D-MAJORS CHOIR CELEBRATES FIFTH ANNIVERSARY

They have plenty to sing about, and the D-Majors Choir sure were in full voice today – and for good reason. Made up of women who’ve been touched by cancer, the D-Majors celebrated their fifth-anniversary with a lunchtime concert. As well as raising money and awareness – the D-Majors also provide music, fun and friendship for women affected by breast cancer.  

Read More »

HUNTER MAN SENTENCED OVER NEW ENGLAND HIGHWAY CRASH

A Hunter man will spend at least a year and three months behind bars, over a fatal crash on the New England Highway in 2016. David James Price from Butterwick was sentenced in Newcastle District Court today, two months after a jury found him guilty of dangerous and negligent driving occasioning death. 30-year-old Daniel Milne died when Price’s truck ran into the back of his vehicle at Beresfield.

Read More »

ACCUSED ARSONIST FRONTS COURT

A Lake Macquarie man remains in custody, after being charged over this incident at Tingara Heights yesterday. 20-year-old Caleb O’Neill is accused of refusing to come down from the roof of a burning car – and even spraying police officers with paint. He’s facing charges of assaulting police, resisting arrest, lighting a fire and malicious damage. O’Neill is due back in court later this month.

Read More »