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Herald Breakfast – December 9 2015

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @cheyne333 shared this photo. Weather: Showers and developing storms in Newcastle (27 degrees), Maitland (33degrees) and Scone (32 degrees).
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Traffic: Heavy traffic is slowing progress in the eastbound lanes of Newcastle Link Road after a car and truck collided. Police said two women were taken to hospital but their injuries were not life-threatening. One of three lanes is closed at Woodford Street.

Beachwatch: It’ll be warm and cloudy and although there’s a good chance of a shower it’s still going to be a pretty good day beachside.We should see a bit of north-west in the wind for some of the day but it will be mainly north-east.The swell is from the east around half to one metre but there is the chance of a few bigger sets at some of themore open stretches.

Trains: Good service on the Newcastle and Hunter lines.

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @cheyne333 shared this photo.

Wednesday’s headlinesSplash leads to drug stash:PHOTOS:A MAN allegedly found with 1700 MDMA tablets in a runabout on Lake Macquarie came to the attention of police after he fellinto the water.

Premier ‘missing the bus’ in Newcastle:STATE government plans to privatise the city’spublic transport services have come under heavy fire from Newcastle council which has voted to oppose any such move.

Christmas lights destroyed:THEY were designed to bring a bit of festivespirit to his new home but Michael Rankin’s Christmas lights instead attracted a grinch.

Council forges ahead withshow holiday push:NEWCASTLE council will push ahead with its plans for a Newcastle Show public holiday next year despite show organisers withdrawing support for the bid.

Eland’s double duty to continue:DAVID Eland will continue to run theNewcastle Jets and Northern NSW Football at least until the end of the A-League season.

Kitto aims to follow in Leo’s footsteps:RYAN Kitto is not Leonardo.But 21-year-old Jets attacker is doing everything he can toadd bits of the Brazilian’s game to his own.

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