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Police have released a number of CCTV images from two armed robberies on the Mid North Coast, in the hope of tracking down those involved. The first of the two happened at Wauchope on May 27, when three men, armed with a samurai sword, wooden club and machete, entered a hotel on High Street. The men jumping the counter, and assaulting two staff members. The second robbery occurred at Krambach in the early hours of July 8, leaving a 27-year-old with minor injuries after four males broke into a service station on The Bucketts Way. Police are now hoping to speak with three men, who are described as being of Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander appearance and of a slim build. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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There remains no sight of significant rain, with much of the nation sunny and dry. A front is passing over the south west of the continent, with the front set to sweep in across the south east. Expect temperatures to increase locally over the next couple of days, with a very warm, sunny, winters day on the way. We will see a slight drop in temperatures on Thursday as the front approaches, however don’t expect any rainfall.

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UPDATING NBN NEWS Former Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson avoids jail – after being found guilty of covering up child sex abuse. He’ll spend 6 months in home detention at his sister’s house on the Central Coast. There was a shocking slur outside the court as a Catholic church official called abuse survivor Peter Gogarty rubbish, during a heated exchange. Also tonight, a suspended learner driver found not guilty of driving under the influence of drugs when she killed an aged care nurse at North Gosford. The Prime Minister slugs it out with Tony Abbott and Barnaby Joyce, declaring he has the full support of his party for his hotly debated energy plan. A man in the US crashes a light plane into his own house after a domestic dispute with his partner. And Melbourne knocked off its perch as the …

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Another freezing start is expected for inland areas tomorrow, with a clear, sunny, and mild day to follow. Temperatures will increase slowly over the next few days, with no significant rain in sight. The latest blocking high is taking its toll on drought affected areas, with most of the nation bathed in sunshine. A front is making its way across the south east though, with another fast moving front headed for the south western corner of Western Australia.

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