Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Adam Henry pleads guilty to supplying more than half a kilogram of ice and other top stories.

  • Adam Henry pleads guilty to supplying more than half a kilogram of ice

    Adam Henry pleads guilty to supplying more than half a kilogram of ice
    Adam Henry captured in a surveillance photograph in Newcastle.  Photo: Supplied The son of one of Australia's most notorious underworld figures is facing 20 years in jail after he pleaded guilty to supplying more than half a kilogram of ice. Adam Henry, 34, appeared in Newcastle Local Court via audio visual link from jail on Wednesday.He pleaded guilty to supplying a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug and knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime. Henry is the son Graham "Abo" ..
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  • Smoke fills apartments in Newcastle | photos

    Smoke fills apartments in Newcastle | photos
    UPDATE, 1.30pm: Family Hotel still trading despite fire in a unit on second floot of Newcastle West building. Smoke fills apartments in Newcastle | photos Firefighters on scene after reports of smoke on the corner of Hunter and Silk Street.Firefighters on scene after reports of smoke on the corner of Hunter and Silk Street.Firefighters on scene after reports of smoke on the corner of Hunter and Silk Street.Firefighters on scene after reports of smoke on the ..
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  • Testicle removal case adjourned

    Testicle removal case adjourned
    A case against a man who allegedly removed another's man's testicle will return to court on October 6. Port Macquarie Court HouseA Glen Innes man who allegedly removed another man’s left testicle in a Port Macquarie motel room in May will return to court on October 6.Allan George Matthews, now aged 57 years, will appear in Port Macquarie Local Court. The matter was adjourned from August 18.In July Matthews’ solicitor Douglas Hannaway entered guilty pleas to, removing tissue from t..
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  • Accused doctor's trial date

    Accused doctor's trial date
    A six-month estimate for the length of a trial against Dr Jeremy Coleman is "conservative", court hears. Dr Jeremy Coleman.A NEWCASTLE doctor accused of sexually and indecently assaulting dozens of patients at his Newcastle practice will face a trial in May next year that will run until the end of 2017, Newcastle District Court has heard.Dr Jeremy Coleman, 63, has now been charged with 37 sexual and indecent assault offences dating back to the 1980s. Judge Roy Ellis set a “tentati..
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  • Knights' board games

    Knights' board games
    Gardner standing down as director as sales process kicks off In an intriguing move, Wests Group chief executive Phil Gardner is standing down from the Knights’ board, just as the process of selling Newcastle’s NRL franchise is about to kick off in earnest.Gardner, who has been a director since the NRL installed a new board in November, 2014, has tendered his resignation, effective after the Knights’ last game this season.He told the Newcastle Herald he wanted to ensure there was n..
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  • Accused killer to face trial next year

    Accused killer to face trial next year
    Geoffrey Strong has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and assault causing death. Geoffrey Michael Strong leaving the old Newcastle courthouse after being granted bail in August last year. A MAN accused of killing his workmate after a minor prang at a Sandgate transport company will face a two-week trial under the state’s new “one-punch” laws in April next year.  Geoffrey Micheal Strong, 45, appeared in Newcastle District Court on Thursday where he was arraigned on charges of mans..
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  • Heat on Kokko to bring goals I videos, photos, map

    Heat on Kokko to bring goals I videos, photos, map
    The Jets' new signing comes from a town smaller than Maitland and 10km from the Arctic circle. Aleksander Kokko’s previous football environment was modest, even by the standards of the A-League. Heat on Kokko to bring goals I videos, photos, map exitHis former club, RoPS, represents the northern Finnish town of Rovaniemen, which is smaller than Maitland and only 10km south of the Arctic circle.Their Keskuskentt√§ stadium comprises a heated artificial turf fiel..
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  • Earthquake strikes off Bowen at magnitude 5.8

    Earthquake strikes off Bowen at magnitude 5.8
    3.5 magnitude aftershock on Thursday evening A 3.5 magnitude tremor has been recorded off the coast of Airlee Beach at a depth of 0 kilometres at 6.56pm on Thursday. There was no tsunami warning triggered.    Queensland's 'second-strongest' quake Supermarket shelves shook and buildings were evacuated after Queensland's "second-strongest earthquake" hit on Thursday afternoon. The magnitude 5.8 earthquake occurred 70 kilometres offshore from Bowen about 2.30pm and was felt across far north Quee..
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  • Creativity needed for new competition

    Creativity needed for new competition
    What GIF - or short animation - would best represent Newcastle? ORGANISERS of the upcoming Newcastle International Animation Festival have set creative minds a challenge: create a quirky GIF of a Newcastle icon.Ready to roll: Professor Jane Shadbolt and third year student Andrew White. Ms Shadbolt's students were behind the viral 2015 animation of Taylor Swift's Shake It Off music video. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers The GIF This City competition invites artists to create a short anim..
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  • Crunch games to define the eight: Johns

    Crunch games to define the eight: Johns
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