Police Revealed Focus of the Search for Missing Child William Tyrrell [Headlines] – Hope 103.2

Police Revealed Focus of the Search for Missing Child William Tyrrell [Headlines]

The Police Commissioner has revealed that detectives searching for toddler William Tyrrell, are focused on one suspect.

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 16 Nov 2021NewsReading Time: 2 minutes

Today’s headlines from the Hope News team. You can listen to hourly bulletin updates at hopenews.com.au.

The Police Commissioner has revealed that detectives searching for toddler William Tyrrell, are focused on one suspect.

A search of the Kendall area will resume for the missing 3 year old who vanished 7 years ago.

The latest in sonar technology will be used and more land will be cleared.

Hundreds of people in the state’s Central West are facing a nervous wait, to see if they’ll be forced from their homes by rising water.

The Lachlan River is expected to reach major flood levels in Forbes today.

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Police are warning anyone who continues to protest on the rail network in the Hunter region that they could be charged and face up to 25 years in prison.

Activists have staged eight days of protests, stopping coal trains from entering the Port of Newcastle.

A man has been charged after police seized guns, drugs and $20,000 in cash in Sydney’s inner west.

Police that are investigating the supply of drugs searched a unit in Strathfield South.

At least 10,000 people are planning to seek damages over very rare but significant COVID vaccine side effects.

Adverse side effects that have been reported to The Therapeutic Goods Administration represent a small minority – 0.21 percent of the doses administered.

The majority were mild, including headaches, nausea and sore arms.

A park in Sydney’s west will grow by more than a third with the acquisition of private land to be dedicated as a permanent public space.

The 25-hectare expansion of Rouse Hill Regional Park is part of the government’s commitment to delivering more public parklands for Sydney’s west.

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A new study has found that drinking coffee and tea might have the added benefit of slashing the risk of having a stroke or dementia.

Data has been collected for over 16 years in the UK.