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February 10, 2020
Cameras Needed in Kelly Street

POLICE are investigating a spat of graffiti in Kelly Street, Scone following a number of shop fronts were affected, sometime between midnight and 6am last Friday. Police are appealing to anyone who has CCTV or dashcam footage, or other information to contact Scone Police Station on 6544 0199 or to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 […]

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January 29, 2020
Tom and Rosemary Hope Community Can Help

WELL known and much-loved Scone couple Tom Lavelle aged 83 and Rosemary Lavelle aged 84 are back in their home in Guernsey Street and yesterday sat down to talk to scone.com.au in the hope of people helping them find who assaulted them on Sunday night. Read more…

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January 28, 2020
Elderly Couple Assaulted: Call For Community Help

ON Sunday night at approximately 10pm, a man aged 84 and a woman aged 86 were putting their bins out in Guernsey Street, Scone when they were assaulted by an unknown woman, alleged police. Update: A victim of the assault, Tom Lavelle said the person had long hair, but may not have been a woman. […]

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August 26, 2019
Breaking: Cama Released on Bail

Ilipsa Cama, who was sentenced to 18 months gaol today, has been released on bail this afternoon, pending an appeal to the district court. Magistrate Donnelly sentenced Cama to 18 months gaol with a non-parole period of 12 months, following an on field attack on Ryan Holman which he described as “ferocious”.  However, within minutes […]

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August 23, 2019
Police Urge Businesses to Install Cameras

LAST week five businesses and one unoccupied residence in Scone were broken into and police believe the offenders were targeting cash. Police confirmed the break-ins occurred in the early hours of August 13 and 15 causing significant damage. Guy Guiana, Hunter Valley Chief Inspector, said police were concerned about the nature of the offences which […]

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August 9, 2019
Johnsen Votes Against Legalising Abortion

By Taylah Fellows “THIS law may be 119 years old, but you know what, just because they were all males back then doesn’t mean they were all stupid and doesn’t mean that they didn’t care,” the Hon., Michael Johnsen MP said. With hands in his pockets, Michael Johnsen, Member for Upper Hunter addressed the New […]

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