• Herald Breakfast – November 15

    Date: 2019.08.16 | Category: 苏州美甲美睫培训学校 | Tags:

    Weather:Sunny. Winds W/SW 15 to 20 km/h becoming E near the coast in the afternoon. Daytime maximum temperatures 26 to 31.

    Trains: Buses replace trains between Scone and Maitland and some trains between Maitland and Telarah.

    Traffic:Upgrade works for West Gosford intersection. Access from Central Coast Highway into Dyer Crescent has been closed. Access to Dyer Crescent will be off Manns Road at Grieve Close via the recently constructed Link Road.

    There will be lane closures and intermittent traffic stoppages during off peak periods.

    Beachwatch:New south swell has hit and is consistent and powerful for its size. Conditions are semi clean with a bit of a raw lump in the swell. A lack of quality banks around town is seeing most sets closing out on the open beaches so it is worth checking the right hand points as they are the most reliable today. Winds to tend East during the day.

    Morning Shot: Instagrammer @noscrubs captured this morning shot of the city.

    Labor regains its heartland with Nuatali Nelmes as lord mayor:THE seismic shift of political power in Newcastle has been completed with Labor regaining control of Newcastle council in a crushing win at the weekend’s lord mayoral byelection.

    Fred Nile inquiry letter sparks blistering attack from Jeff McCloy:THE formidable stoush that has threatened to erupt for several months, has, with Christian Democrat leader Fred Nile in one corner and former Newcastle lord mayor Jeff McCloy in the other.

    Middleby pleads for supporters to forgive team:JETS chief executive Robbie Middleby hopes fans will give Newcastle’s players and coach Phil Stubbins a chance to redeem themselves but admits that ‘‘actions speak louder than words’’.