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Monday, 09 November 2020 14:15

POLICE NEWS: Woman loses control

A 27-year-old woman was charged by Police after she lost control of a Toyota Aurion on Dorothy Street Constitution Hill. About 1000am on Sunday, October 16, 2020, emergency services were called to the scene following reports a vehicle had crossed the roadway, mounted the eastern kerb, and collided with a tree. After being assessed and cleared by paramedics, the driver was subjected to a breath test which returned a positive indication of alcohol. The driver was arrested and taken back to Parramatta Police Station where she underwent a breath analysis and returned a high range of alcohol reading. The driver was issued with a notice of suspension and a court attendance notice to appear before the Parramatta Local Court on 9th December 2020.an was charged by Police after she lost control of a Toyota Aurion on Dorothy Street Constitution Hill. About 1000am on Sunday, October 16, 2020, emergency services were called to the scene following reports a vehicle had crossed the roadway, mounted the eastern kerb, and collided with a tree. After being assessed and cleared by paramedics, the driver was subjected to a breath test which returned a positive indication of alcohol. The driver was arrested and taken back to Parramatta Police Station where she underwent a breath analysis and returned a high range of alcohol reading. The driver was issued with a notice of suspension and a court attendance notice to appear before the Parramatta Local Court on December 9, 2020.
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Friday, 06 November 2020 10:24

PROPERTY: INNER CITY OUT OF FAVOUR

Blue Mountains attracts young buyers
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Blue Mountains was once colonial Sydney’s premier tourist destination, but in 2020 it is attracting a new wave of young real estate buyers escaping COVID-19.
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