Investigators removed a car from a home at Gymea in Sydney’s South, as they examine what happened to William Tyrrell.
The car once belonged to the little boy’s foster grandmother.
Meanwhile detectives are continuing to search bushland around the Kendall property on the mid-north coast where the three year old disappeared in 2014.
The Lachlan River in Forbes peaked at 10.75 metres overnight.
Police have praised local residents, with no one having to be rescued from flood waters so far.
The Premier is warning of substantial challenges ahead, reminding people that the COVID-19 pandemic is not over.
NSW has recorded 231 new cases of COVID-19.
207 people with the virus are being treated in hospital. 33 of those are in ICU.
94.2% of people aged 16+ have had one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
91.3% are fully vaccinated.
Hundreds of kilometers of train tracks are being patrolled by a police helicopter to prevent on-going anti-coal protests in the Hunter.
Demonstrators have caused further disruptions this morning after climbing coal loading equipment in the Port of Newcastle.
Four new advanced inflatable, high speed boats have been launched in Sydney in a bid to tackle crime on the water.
They include satellite tracking, ballistic protection and high definition cameras with infrared and real-time streaking capabilities.
The state government is cracking down on abandoned shopping trolleys.
Supermarkets will face a $660 fine on the spot for failing to collect them.
Major sporting codes, including the NRL and AFL, have signed up to new guidelines designed to stamp out racism.
The Socceroos have fallen out of the automatic qualification spots in World Cup qualifying, following a 1-ALL draw with China.
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