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SMART SOCKS | Wearable devices are becoming a popular way to improve our health... Now a new innovation could change the lives of people with Parkinson's disease. It involves the use of socks with inbuilt sensors, to improve mobility and prevent de...
FLY FREE | Since it began in 2004, the Australian Seabird Rescue service has saved thousands of birds in trouble on the Central Coast. Its latest patient… a feisty male pelican, who’s once again flying free at The Entrance.
SAILING SLUMP | As the drought continues to be felt across the North West, water levels are getting lower and lower. It means that the region’s sailors are having to make an almost seven-hour round trip just to do what they love.
Police say illicit drugs played a role in a 20-year-old woman’s decision to jump from the 4th storey of a Newcastle apartment complex overnight. She remains in John Hunter Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
UPDATE: A woman is in a critical condition, following this afternoon's head-on collision at Williamtown.
These stories and more, coming up in #NBNNews' one hour of local, national and international news.
Walcha residents are now eligible for disaster assistance, after fierce storms ripped through the region just before Christmas.
There's a LOT of red in this image... this summer heatwave just keeps on rolling in, and it's only going to get hotter as the week goes on.
Cabbage Tree Road at Williamtown is closed in both directions, after a serious two-car collision.
HOT WHEELS | A Newcastle cyclist has been caught with his pants on fire – no, this isn’t the start to a bad joke, but an unfortunate turn of events in Adelaide! His wheels, and his lycra sadly won’t be making the trip back home…
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