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21/08/2018
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Alleged victim a ‘compulsive liar’: Hazem El Masri pleads not guilty to assault

Not guilty plea: Hazem El Masri, centre, arrives at court. Photo: Peter Rae Not guilty plea: Hazem El Masri arrives at Bankstown Local Court. Photo: Peter Rae
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The lawyer for former NRL star Hazem El Masri has used a brief court appearance to launch a scathing attack on his client’s alleged domestic violence victim, describing her as “a compulsive liar” with a history of making “hysterical false accusations”.

In an attack, which the magistrate suggested was delivered for the benefit of the watching media, lawyer Chris Murphy said the assault allegations against El Masri by his wife Douah El-Cherif were the result of a “prank call to police”.

The former Bulldogs star was charged on Monday night with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and common assault in relation to an alleged incident at his home about 7.30pm.

“She is a liar, she made it up,” Mr Murphy said in Bankstown Local Court as his 39-year-old client looked on from the gallery of the packed courtroom.

“The incident that occurred was recorded on a mobile phone by the defendant. The alleged victim says that her call to police was a prank call and says that she had to go to police or she’d get fined.”

He said that Ms El-Cherif had given police different explanations for how a mark came to be on her face.

“Our case is that the complainant is a compulsive liar.

“There will be up to 20 witnesses for the defence in relation to hysterical false claims and there will be a number of character witnesses.

“There are medical factors that will arise about psychological factors and the psychiatric condition of the alleged victim.”

But magistrate Daniel Reiss took exception to Mr Murphy’s comments, accusing him of grandstanding for the large media contingent.

“You might want to speak to the media outside,” Mr Reiss said.

He said the criticism of Ms El-Cherif was “a bit perverse when we’re here to deal with a protection order” and lectured Mr Murphy for talking over him in court.

“The number one rule in my court is not to talk at the same time as me,” he said.

“It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got 40 years’ experience or four.

Later, the court heard that El Masri had agreed to continue to abide by the Apprehended Domestic Violence Order taken out against him by police on behalf of Ms El-Cherif, but that he did so “without making any admissions”.

Mr Murphy suggested that he would be seeking to have the order overturned in the coming weeks.

Documents before the court show that the former goal-kickng winger has been charged in relation to two separate incidents on Monday night.

The assault occasioning actual bodily harm charge relates to an incident about 7.30pm, while the common assault charge relates to an incident two hours later.

The magistrate agreed to dispense with bail, meaning that El Masri is free to live in the community without any conditions on his liberty.

The matter will return to court on February 1, 2016.

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Modern home with views of the river

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LOOKING out across the Tamar River, the outstanding views are just the beginning of this amazing property.

Sitting in an elevated and sunny position, this three-bedroom home has kept many of its original features.

A modernisation of the property has culminated in a flowing and highly functional floor plan.

A light and open living and dining area comes complete with air-conditioning and the highly modern kitchen is sure to impress any budding chef.

The large bathroom is big enough for the entire family and the home also includes a laundry, plenty of storage space both inside and underneath the house.

The home sits within the Riverside School zone, as well as close to public transport, shops and parklands.

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21/08/2018
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The week that was around the regionPhotos

The week that was around the region | Photos DUBBO: The second koala joey of the season has arrived at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, with female joey Matilda emerging from the pouch to the delight of keepers and visitors.
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FORBES: It was a case of ‘all hands on deck’ for Elders staff at the Central West Livestock Exchange sheep and lamb sale on Tuesday, with the local team yarding more than 3000 lambs and older sheep.

ORANGE: Bull rider Adam Hrncir is thrown from his bull during Saturday’s night’s East to West Coast Rodeo Championships at the Orange Showground. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 1017pbrodeo27

BATHURST: The Mitchell Highway between Orange and Bathurst was closed in both directions on Thursday morning after a truck crashed. Photo: NADINE MORTON

MUDGEE: Premier Mike Baird took a selfie with Queenscliff nippers, Glenn McGrath and Hugh Bateman on his 2600km trek to raise money for breast cancer care. Photo: FACEBOOK

DUBBO: Dubbo resident Terry Honeysett is not happy with the state of the Rotary Pond in Victoria Park, but council believe it is in a satisfactory condition. Photo: BROOK KELLEHEAR-SMITH

TRUNDLE: Border collie Middy, on set with Julia Billington who plays Trish in the movie All About E.

ORANGE: 2015 Orange Wine Show chief judge Gary Baldwin is impressed with the quality of entries this year. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 1016sgjudge3

YOUNG: Young Shire Council has determined it will not pursue the reopening of the closed railway line crossing points in Young.

COWRA: Cowra’s Historic Railway Station was tagged with the initials SN sometime this month, leaving regular users of the building disappointed.

BATHURST: First-time children’s author Jess Jennings has captured the spirit of a country horse race and the need to dream big in his debut book The Bronze Thong Wild Bush Horserace!

WELLINGTON: The Coo-ee March Re-enactment left Gilgandra on Saturday. It headed through Dubbo on Wednesday morning for Wongarbon then to Geurie at 4pm.

LITHGOW: The sense of relief and accomplishment was palpable when 71-year-old Bob Montgomery stopped overnight in Lithgow for the final day of his epic 4140 km bike ride from Perth to Leura, a marathon that would be daunting to men half his age.

CANOWINDRA: The exceptional crops forecast after the year’s good winter are likely to fall short of expectation.

ORANGE: Restructuring of the Orange Wine Festival timetable and boosts to marketing have drawn in a specialist Sydney crowd that festival organisers crave, according to FOOD Week president James Sweetapple.

FORBES: Jane Jelbart and Mark Jackson will be bringing their ukestration workshop to Forbes for the River Arts Festival.

MUDGEE: Heather Hooker-Dufty and her groom Chris with their driver Ian Cameron who saved the day. Photo: DEBBIE FEAR

DUBBO: Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson gave his thumbs up to the tipping bucket at the Big4 Holiday Park’s new water park. Photo: BROOK KELLEHEAR-SMITH

NARROMINE: Member for Dubbo, Troy Grant has thrown his hand up for the NSW Healthy Town Challenge. Mr Grant said he’s excited to get moving for the great challenge.

BATHURST: An old concrete water tank that dominates the streetscape at the top of Havannah Street is set to be converted into a dual occupancy house.

COWRA: Spring has most definitely sprung in a beautiful way this year, with thousands of flowers displaying their bright colours and aromas at every turn.

GRENFELL: The 2015 Archibull Judging took place at the Grenfell Library last Tuesday, October 13. Pictured here are THLHS students Isabell Hunter, Bridget Baker, Marie Knight and Andrew Knight with Archibull Art Judge Wendy Taylor and ‘Bullseye’ THLHS Archiubull entrant.

PARKES: Local Mini-Field of Women organiser Dianne Green and Tarlia Egan encourage community members to join them at Bushman’s Dam on Sunday and show support for women with breast cancer and their families.

ORANGE: Senior Constable Leon Lincoln, Constable Tracey Monro and Leading Senior Constable Kimberley Morgan chat with Angie and Cooper Caffin.

DUBBO: Niall McNicol, Lindsay Mumford, Michael Adams, John Keogh and Graeme Pilon with the cars up for grabs in the Bullseye Challenge at Dubbo Golf Club on Sunday. Photo: BROOK KELLEHEAR-SMITH

LITHGOW: The 1960 Hornets A-reserve side: Billy Young, Jack Green, Charlie Hewitt, Jack Power, Bob Smith, Barry Hatton and Rip Reynolds; Front row, Fred Thomas, John Furbank, Mick Smith, Kevin Mays and Wally Gaynor.

BATHURST: Acclaimed musical ‘Rock of Ages’ will be performed by the Carillon Theatrical Society next year and director Ben Hope is looking for talent to join the cast. Photo: PHILL MURRAY 101515pben

FORBES: Clowns are not usually associated with cancer but on the weekend they came out in force to raise funds for the disease as part of the Forbes Relay for Life.

MUDGEE: 19 Twenty will return to the Gulgong Folk Festival this year, along with a great line up of local performers.

COWRA: The popular Aqua MIPs program run by Cowra Community Health Service will start on Monday, November 3.

ORANGE: At $1.18 a litre, the price of fuel is almost at parity with our city cousins who are often spoilt with lower fuel prices.

YOUNG: The next four weeks or so may be a greater risk time for asthma suffers, according to Murrumbidgee Local Health District.

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21/08/2018
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Greater Taree City Council seek safer roads funded by rate increase

Greater Taree City Council.OCTOBER’S Greater Taree City Council meeting gave the green light to consult with the community about the state of their roads and the introduction of a special rate variation.
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With over 1,700km of roads in our local government areaand with a relatively low-density population base of 49,000, GTCC say that rates income is insufficient to maintain our network to an acceptable standard.

Even with a significant 40 per centof all rates income being diverted to our ailing road network, it’s simply not enough to keep up, council say.

“The health of our road network is failing, and without intervention its deterioration will soon get to a point that is unacceptable to our community,” explains Ron Posselt, general manager.

“What we’re looking at is a planned maintenance and renewal works program that will focus on delivering safer roads.It won’t mean totally new roads and bridges, but we can halt deterioration and maintain the network at a reasonable and safe standard.”

The proposal to be tabled with community during an upcoming consultation process, is a program of works dedicated to a variety of maintenance and renewal treatments that is funded through a special rate variation (SRV). A SRV of 6 per cent over a period of 6 years would provide the required $10 million per annum addition to the infrastructure budget by year six, council says.

The consultation process to take place during November is an integral part of determining whether or not a submission seeking a rate increase will be made to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART).

If so, the submission must be made by mid-February 2016, demonstrating the importance of the SRV to sustainability of our region, the impact of not introducing the SRV, and the level of community support.

Roads has been top priority for council over many years, with $120 million invested over the past five years.

“But the model for distributing the Federal and State government funding component is broken”, says Ron.

“Federal assistance grants are currently allocated on the basis of population density, which sees metropolitan councils with large high density population and corresponding rates income get more FAGs grants,while rural and regional councils suffer.

While we are very grateful for the increased Roads to Recovery funding over the next two years from fuel excise indexation, we would like that money to be permanently provided for local roads as a return to regional and rural communities.”

The upcoming consultation process aims to provide information about why our roads are in poor condition and what needs to be done, so that people can have an informed view and take part in meaningful discussions.

A number of initiatives, including a pop-up shop in Taree’s CBD in November, will provide the community with the opportunity to have their say.

More information is available at 梧桐夜网gtcc.nsw.gov419论坛.

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The week that was around the regionPhotos

The week that was around the region | Photos DUBBO: The second koala joey of the season has arrived at Taronga Western Plains Zoo, with female joey Matilda emerging from the pouch to the delight of keepers and visitors.
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FORBES: It was a case of ‘all hands on deck’ for Elders staff at the Central West Livestock Exchange sheep and lamb sale on Tuesday, with the local team yarding more than 3000 lambs and older sheep.

ORANGE: Bull rider Adam Hrncir is thrown from his bull during Saturday’s night’s East to West Coast Rodeo Championships at the Orange Showground. Photo: PHIL BLATCH 1017pbrodeo27

BATHURST: The Mitchell Highway between Orange and Bathurst was closed in both directions on Thursday morning after a truck crashed. Photo: NADINE MORTON

MUDGEE: Premier Mike Baird took a selfie with Queenscliff nippers, Glenn McGrath and Hugh Bateman on his 2600km trek to raise money for breast cancer care. Photo: FACEBOOK

DUBBO: Dubbo resident Terry Honeysett is not happy with the state of the Rotary Pond in Victoria Park, but council believe it is in a satisfactory condition. Photo: BROOK KELLEHEAR-SMITH

TRUNDLE: Border collie Middy, on set with Julia Billington who plays Trish in the movie All About E.

ORANGE: 2015 Orange Wine Show chief judge Gary Baldwin is impressed with the quality of entries this year. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 1016sgjudge3

YOUNG: Young Shire Council has determined it will not pursue the reopening of the closed railway line crossing points in Young.

COWRA: Cowra’s Historic Railway Station was tagged with the initials SN sometime this month, leaving regular users of the building disappointed.

BATHURST: First-time children’s author Jess Jennings has captured the spirit of a country horse race and the need to dream big in his debut book The Bronze Thong Wild Bush Horserace!

WELLINGTON: The Coo-ee March Re-enactment left Gilgandra on Saturday. It headed through Dubbo on Wednesday morning for Wongarbon then to Geurie at 4pm.

LITHGOW: The sense of relief and accomplishment was palpable when 71-year-old Bob Montgomery stopped overnight in Lithgow for the final day of his epic 4140 km bike ride from Perth to Leura, a marathon that would be daunting to men half his age.

CANOWINDRA: The exceptional crops forecast after the year’s good winter are likely to fall short of expectation.

ORANGE: Restructuring of the Orange Wine Festival timetable and boosts to marketing have drawn in a specialist Sydney crowd that festival organisers crave, according to FOOD Week president James Sweetapple.

FORBES: Jane Jelbart and Mark Jackson will be bringing their ukestration workshop to Forbes for the River Arts Festival.

MUDGEE: Heather Hooker-Dufty and her groom Chris with their driver Ian Cameron who saved the day. Photo: DEBBIE FEAR

DUBBO: Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson gave his thumbs up to the tipping bucket at the Big4 Holiday Park’s new water park. Photo: BROOK KELLEHEAR-SMITH

NARROMINE: Member for Dubbo, Troy Grant has thrown his hand up for the NSW Healthy Town Challenge. Mr Grant said he’s excited to get moving for the great challenge.

BATHURST: An old concrete water tank that dominates the streetscape at the top of Havannah Street is set to be converted into a dual occupancy house.

COWRA: Spring has most definitely sprung in a beautiful way this year, with thousands of flowers displaying their bright colours and aromas at every turn.

GRENFELL: The 2015 Archibull Judging took place at the Grenfell Library last Tuesday, October 13. Pictured here are THLHS students Isabell Hunter, Bridget Baker, Marie Knight and Andrew Knight with Archibull Art Judge Wendy Taylor and ‘Bullseye’ THLHS Archiubull entrant.

PARKES: Local Mini-Field of Women organiser Dianne Green and Tarlia Egan encourage community members to join them at Bushman’s Dam on Sunday and show support for women with breast cancer and their families.

ORANGE: Senior Constable Leon Lincoln, Constable Tracey Monro and Leading Senior Constable Kimberley Morgan chat with Angie and Cooper Caffin.

DUBBO: Niall McNicol, Lindsay Mumford, Michael Adams, John Keogh and Graeme Pilon with the cars up for grabs in the Bullseye Challenge at Dubbo Golf Club on Sunday. Photo: BROOK KELLEHEAR-SMITH

LITHGOW: The 1960 Hornets A-reserve side: Billy Young, Jack Green, Charlie Hewitt, Jack Power, Bob Smith, Barry Hatton and Rip Reynolds; Front row, Fred Thomas, John Furbank, Mick Smith, Kevin Mays and Wally Gaynor.

BATHURST: Acclaimed musical ‘Rock of Ages’ will be performed by the Carillon Theatrical Society next year and director Ben Hope is looking for talent to join the cast. Photo: PHILL MURRAY 101515pben

FORBES: Clowns are not usually associated with cancer but on the weekend they came out in force to raise funds for the disease as part of the Forbes Relay for Life.

MUDGEE: 19 Twenty will return to the Gulgong Folk Festival this year, along with a great line up of local performers.

COWRA: The popular Aqua MIPs program run by Cowra Community Health Service will start on Monday, November 3.

ORANGE: At $1.18 a litre, the price of fuel is almost at parity with our city cousins who are often spoilt with lower fuel prices.

YOUNG: The next four weeks or so may be a greater risk time for asthma suffers, according to Murrumbidgee Local Health District.

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