Two arrested, clandestine drug laboratory shut down at Cowra

clandestine drug laboratory shut down

Police have arrested two men and shut down a clandestine drug laboratory where methylamphetamine (‘ice’) was being produced in the state’s central west. The Drug Squad and Canobolas Local Area Command have been conducting investigations into the manufacture and supply of ‘ice’ in the local area. Last night (Tuesday 28 April 2015), officers executed a… click for more

Driver injured, hundreds of sheep euthanized after truck rolls at Bathurst

Police are investigating after a heavy vehicle carrying livestock rolled in Bathurst last night, resulting in the driver being injured and the euthanasia of hundreds of sheep. About 6.30pm (Tuesday 28 April 2015), emergency services were called after the truck travelling west on the Mid Western Highway at Robin Hill left the road and rolled…. click for more

Police investigating aggressive crowd behaviour at Parramatta

Police have commenced an investigation into the aggressive behaviour of fans at a football game in western Sydney yesterday. Around 6.30pm (Saturday 25 April 2015), a flare was let off in the northern stand of Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta, during an A-League Game involving the Western Sydney Wanderers and Perth Glory. Police identified the man responsible… click for more

Breast cancer Government initiative

THE Australian Government has launched ‘An invitation that could save your life’ campaign. Breast cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths among women in Australia, however if detected early and managed nine-out-of-10 cases can be successfully treated. Australian women aged 50 to 74 will receive an invitation that could save their life as part… click for more

Extradition sought of woman over Murwillumbah murder

A woman is expected to be extradited from Queensland today charged in relation to the murder of a man on the Far North Coast last year. Police allege Michael Martin, 46, was murdered at his business in Quarry Road, South Murwillumbah, on Friday 13 June 2014. A 35-year-old man was arrested and charged with his… click for more

Police appeal for public assistance after car fire at Yass

Police are appealing for public assistance following a car fire at Yass yesterday morning. About 12.45am (Sunday 5 April 2015), police and fire fighters were called to a home on Petit Street after reports of a fire at the location. Emergency services arrived to find a vehicle well alight out the front of the property…. click for more

Police appeal for witnesses after fatal stabbing on the state’s Central Coast

Police continue to appeal for information following a fatal stabbing at Toukley, on the state’s Central Coast this morning. About 12.10am (Monday 6 April 2015), officers attached to Tuggerah Lakes Local Area Command were called to a licensed premises on Main Road after reports of a stabbing. Officers arrived to find two men, aged 25… click for more

NSW road toll rises to four

The state’s road toll now stands at four, following the death of two people yesterday (Sunday 5 April 2015), including one child. Traffic and Highway Patrol Commander, Assistant Commissioner John Hartley, said Easter Monday is when many Australians are wrapping up their holidays and driving back home. “Two more people died yesterday – one of… click for more