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Overloaded emergency departments desperate for ratios

The NSW Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) has renewed calls for a 1:3 nurse-to-patient ratio to be introduced in all emergency departments (ED), as the number of presentations continues to rise across...

Frontline staff for NSW hospitals

Communities across the Hunter will benefit from Australia’s largest health workforce boost delivering 8300 more frontline staff to public hospitals in NSW. Port Stephens Liberal candidate, Jaimie Abbott, said that based on...

Liberal candidate for Charlestown endorsed

Jenny Barrie, a local marketing and events coordinator, has been endorsed as the Liberal Candidate ahead of the March 2019 Election. Jenny has lived in Charlestown for more...

Two dead, one injured in crash

Two people have died in a crash on the North Coast. About 7.45pm (Sunday, December 9), a vehicle was travelling south on the Pacific Highway, Glenugie, when it left the road, crashed through a fence,...

Ankle bracelets for parole sex offenders

Sex offenders released on parole will be forced to wear ankle bracelets so that they can be electronically monitored around the clock. To keep communities safe, the NSW Government will implement the following changes: Sex...

Two men charged over alleged explosion and failed ATM attack

Two Illawarra men will face court today after being charged by detectives investigating an attempt to blow up an ATM to access cash. About 2.20am on Tuesday 18 September 2018, police and firefighters were called...

Women in court on pursuit, fraud offences

Police have charged two women with 29 offences following an alleged crime spree across the Port Stephens – Hunter Police District during the past week. Officers will allege the two women, aged 24 and 27,...

‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’

The NSW Police Force is acknowledging World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims today (Sunday, November 18), as people across the world reflect on the number of lives lost on our roads. Traffic and...

Kurt Fearnley named NSW Australian of the Year

One of Australia’s best-loved athletes and advocate for people with disabilities, Newcastle’s Kurt Fearnley, has been named the 2019 NSW Australian of the Year. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian congratulated Kurt and the other NSW Australian...

Charges laid after alleged stolen vehicle crashes

Police have charged a man following a pursuit on the state’s Mid North Coast yesterday. About 11.40am (Saturday, October 13), police will allege a man crashed a Holden Commodore sedan, reported stolen from Queensland, on...
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