Hunter BreakfastTuesday, March 7, 2017

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MORNING SHOT: INSTA @emmabg_ Did enjoy the weather over the weekend 👌🏻🌩Hunter roads: All Hunter roads are clear this morning.

Hunter trains: There is a good service on the Central Coast and Newcastle line and the Hunter line.

Hunter weather: Partly cloudy with a slight of showers in Newcastle (23 degrees), Raymond Terrace is in for a cloudy day with showers (22 degrees), cloudy day for Maitland with showers (25 degrees) and a cloudy day with a medium chance of showers in Scone (26 degrees).

​►A GROUP of Hunter MPs and community representatives flewto RAAF Base Amberley base on Monday for an up-close look at an F-35A Joint Strike Fighter –the futuristic jetbound for RAAF Base Williamtown from December 2018. More here.

​►A BARMAN who repeatedly raped a drunkpatron during a sickening two-hour ordeal at a Newcastle pub, in which the victim was either unconscious or barely conscious,has been jailed for a maximum of 12 years and seven months. More here.

​►PORT Stephens mayor Bruce MacKenzie’s shotgun wedding proposal to Dungog Shire Council last week –“Merge with us or you’ll wither and die” –has been politely sidestepped by Dungog mayor Harold Johnston. More here.

​►NEWCASTLE Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes believes would-be thieves who broke into her council-issued car were opportunistic and not targeting her specifically. More here.

​►MEN of certain professions often downplaytheir creativity but a new project likened to Newcastle’s version of Sculptures By The Sea aims to bring them out of their collective sheds. More here.

​►IF Knights fullback Dylan Phythian looked distressed as he was helped from the field at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday, it was not just because of the pain in his left knee. More here.

​►When Adyn Burns was 17, he had no fear. He’d got into the habit of doing backflips. Then one day, he saw a bridge. It was 5.6 metres high. More here.

​►It’s the city’s blue ribbon heartland and Merewether is continuing its red hot run, with five properties selling under the hammer for in excess of $1 million last week. More here.

​►Two dogs that killed 15 pet chickens in a Gillieston Heights yard have been collected by a Maitland City Council ranger. More here.

​►THE family of a missing Lambton teenager say their daughter has been found safe and well after a public appeal. More here.

​►Despite the weekend drizzle, many people grabbed their gloves and bags to brave the weather for Clean Up Australia Day. More here.

​►Maitland councillor Henry Meskauskas is continuing his war against developers wanting to increase their lot yields. More here.

►AT her 105thbirthday on Monday, Coralee Wainman laughed and chatted with family and friends, fielded questions about her extraordinary life, and showed no signs of growing tired of the fuss thatsurrounds such celebrations. More here.

► Seeing Matt Stonham play his first game of football since having a seizure and collapsing on the field felt like “cycle complete” for Lake Macquarie coach Anthony Richards.More here.

► THE children from Bluebird Early Education Centre may have been the smallest Clean Up Australia Day crew in Port Stephens on the weekend, but their efforts packed a punch. More here.

State of the nationNeed anational newssnapshot first thing – well, we have you covered.

► MOAMA:A 27-year-old woman has been chargedwith the murder of her five-year-old son and attempted murder by drowning of her nine-year-old son, after refusing to appear on video link in the Deniliquin Magistrates Court on Monday morning.

In a brief hearing, the charges were revised to include murder following the discovery of the boy’s body in the Murray River, near Moama, on Saturday morning.More here.

►MOUNT ISA:A Victorian man has been arrested for stealing a motor vehicleand a string of other offences afterPolice tracked him over900 kilometres through north west Queensland.More here.

Police divers search the Murray River for the five-year-old on Friday. Picture: LUKE HEMER, RIVERINE HERALD

►NEWCASTLE:When Adyn Burns was 17, he had no fear.He’d got into the habit of doing backflips.Then one day, he saw a bridge. It was 5.6 metres high.

LONG RIDE: Police eventually caught up to the offender in Charters Towers after he stole fuel in Camooweal and a car in Julia Creek.

“At a young age I was doing flips off the house,” Adyn, who lives in Newcastle, said.“Then I found that bridge. I thought that’d look pretty awesome.”

The bridge was in Dubbo, where Adyn was living at the time. It was 2006. More here.

► MAITLAND:Two dogs that killed 15 pet chickens in a Gillieston Heights yard have been collected by a Maitland City Council ranger.

Newcastle’s Adyn Burns backflipped off a bridge in Dubbo when he was 17.

The large, brown dogs wandered into the Cessnock Road property just before 11am and began terrorising the birds, which had been hand-raised by the family that lives there. (Warning: this story contains graphic content.) More here.

► KANGAROO FLAT:A seven-year-old child has avoided injury after being struck by a train.Police believe a catastrophe was avoided after a message was relayed to the V/Line driver “just in time” that the young child was on, or near, the tracks.More here.

One of the two dogs that killed the pet birds. Picture: Perry Duffin

► ORANGE:Anotherfew minutes and 100 families in Orange could have been going without food.

The driver was able to slow the train enough to avoid a serious incident, but was seconds away from a major trauma for all involved.

Vandals attacked Glenroi’s Community Centre in Gamera Road on Friday night.The centre is home toFoodCare, Glenroi Community Group, the Mergeprogram and Narcotics Anonymous.FoodCare is a not-for-profit group which providesdiscounted groceries and free milk and bread to 100 families.More here.

►CARDROSS:GuyMilson has been farming his land for the past 38 years.”People ’round here the call me a newcomer,” he said. “They tell me you haven’t had time to unpack your bags.”

Vandals attacked the Glenroi Community Centre on Friday night. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA

Food security isn’t just an issue for developing countries; in Australia we’ve already experienced the perils of food shortages.But during four decades on the farm,rarely has Mr Milson seen as season as good as this one – and neither has the rest of Australia.More here.

National news Grazier Guy Milson on his property Cardross. Photo: Andrew Meares

► Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is not travelling west this week for the final gruelling days of the West Australian state election, but his government’s low standing and the taint of a resurgent Hansonism are playing their roles in the local contest.More here.

► An estimated 400 restaurants, cafes and hair and beauty salons will get a visit from the Tax Office this month, as part of the agency’s continued focus on the illegal cash economy.More here.

► The argument is self-evident: weekend penalty rates are out-of-kilter because in a modern, secular, 24/7 economy, Sunday has become just like any other day.So why pay loadings for hours that are no longer unsociable – no longer deleterious to family and home life?Here’s one reason. Because, it turns out, the loudest, clearest proponents of this change take a different view about their own leisure time.More here.

► More than half the world’s turtles and two-thirds of some bird species along Australia’s east coast are being found to have ingested plastics as the toll from pollution mounts, a leading CSIRO researcher said.More here.

National weather radarInternational news►KUALA LUMPUR:Expelled from Malaysia after the nerve agent assassination of Kim Jong-nam at Kuala Lumpur airport, North Korea’s ambassador packed a television set into his luggage and flew home on Monday.More here.

►JAKARTA:The sensitive topics of Papua and the impact of the worst oil spill in the history of Australia’s offshore petroleum fields have been raised in talks with Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in Indonesia.More here.

► NORTH KOREA:If panic is a product of proximity, you can understand why Japan is extremely nervous about a surprise volley of North Korean ballistic missiles splashing down on Monday in nearby seas.And you can understand why Australians, safely a long way distant, tend to regard the latest Pyongyang provocation as just another clownish outburst by a tinpot dictator.It’s time to shake off the complacency.More here.

On this dayThe faces of Australia:Dakota BradleyWhile most11-year-olds spend the lead-up to Christmas thinking about presents, Dakota Bradley is busy preparing a hamper for police officers who have to work on December 25.

Dakota Bradley in her police-decorated bedroom.

The Raworth girlhas known since she was six that she wants to be a police officer.

She is so sure,she hasdecked out her room with police patches,toys, photos,letters and more.Read more here.

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