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- A man has been stabbed to death in Redfern overnight, dying at a block of units on Walker Street. Emergency services were called at 7.45pm, but were unable to save the 48 year old who died at the scene.

Another man aged 42 is fighting for life in St Vincent's Hospital after also sustaining several stab wounds. He's currently critical but stable.

- One man has been arrested and two others are on the run after a home invasion at Mascot early this morning. At 1.40am the trio who were armed with a sledgehammer, smashed their way into a home on Botany Road, but were met by a couple who put up a fight.

A 42 year old man suffered stab wounds to the shoulder and a 56 year old woman sustained head and arm injuries, but they managed to detain the 29 year old alleged offender who's now being questioned.

- A 20 year old Katoomba P-plater has been charged, accused of drink-driving whilst holding a 10 year old boy on his lap. Police pulled him over in Lithgow where he allegedly blew 0.133 after telling them he had drunk 15 beers. A woman and three other children were also in the vehicle.

- An elderly pedestrian has died after being hit by a car at Penrith about 7pm last night. The man aged in his 80's was taken to Nepean Hospital in a critical condition but couldn't be saved.

- Where are Sydney's party-goers now going to avoid the lockouts and last drinks in the CBD and Kings Cross? According to club owners and music promoters, the laws have seen the proliferation of illegal warehouse parties.

- The Daily Telegraph claims the average jail term for weapon offences in the NSW District Court is less than two years when guidelines suggest a minimum non-parole period of three years for gun possession.

- Department of Education figures reveal almost a third of school children who've reported being sexually abused by other students have been victimised via smart phones and online social networks

- With teenage unemployment at 20 year highs, it's been revealed young job seekers are paying up to $2000 to get work experience as unpaid interns, raising concerns for those who can't afford it and exploitation.

- 18 months after the 'darkest day in Australian sport', James Hird will have his day in court with the suspended Essendon coach and AFL club taking ASADA to the Federal Court claiming the anti-doping investigation was conducted outside the law.


- Prime Minister Tony Abbott will today lay a floral tribute to the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 at a temporary shrine at the Dutch military barracks where forensic experts are working to identify bodies.

- A photo has emerged on Twitter of a young boy, believed to be that of Sydney born convicted terrorist Khaled Sharrouf, holding up the decapitated head of a slain soldier in Syria.

- Israel has reportedly accepted a new 72-hour ceasefire with Gaza militants brokered by Egypt.


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