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Story continues below ''I don't think it's safe for my kids,'' she said. ''It really only takes two seconds for kids to do things like this. But the body corporate said aesthetically the mesh fence, they're not happy with it. They don't like how it
Paramedics were called to the scene about 4pm after the 18-month-old girl pushed a flyscreen from a window and fell onto a concrete driveway. She suffered no external injuries and was taken to hospital in a stable condition. Advertisement: Story
Story continues below Witnesses reported seeing two men fleeing the scene in a silver Mazda. Any witnesses are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800333000. AAP mdg/it 15-01-12 2234 Join the conversation 28 people are reading this now.
A 13-year-old boy trapped under a car in Sydney has been freed, and rushed to hospital with serious injuries. Emergency crews were called to the Pacific Hwy in Mount Colah just before 10am, after a car ran off the road and smashed through a fence,
A MAN has been robbed and stabbed in the stomach after his car ran out of petrol in Sydney's west...The trio then walked to a petrol station on nearby James Ruse Drive for help but when they returned to the car a short time later, two men confronted
The girl and her family were sitting at a campsite table at Culburra Beach where there was a mood flame burning from a stainless steel canister, police said. The flame was almost out so one of the adults began to refill the container with ethanol
Story continues below A two-year-old girl, from West Hoxton, travelling in the rear passenger seat of the 4WD, and a 57-year-old woman, from Rooty Hill, travelling in the front-passenger seat, died at the scene. The driver of the Prado, a 28-year-old
Police said the car was shunted for 250 metres before the train was able to stop. The boy and a 25-year-old woman have been flown to Sydney's Westmead Hospital with facial injuries. The 40-year-old man who was driving the car was taken to Mudgee
THE dreaded high-pitched sound of summer will be louder than ever this season. Experts are warning of a "dramatic increase" in mosquito-borne disease this summer with insect populations set to explode to their highest levels in more than a decade.
Sydneys south-west, last night that has left five people in hospital. The crash happened about 9.30pm, when a Daewoo Lanos, travelling south along Camden Valley Way, Leppington, and a Chrysler travelling north, collided head-on. A Holden Commodore,