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Herald Breakfast – February 16

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @jess2920 shared this shot from Raymond Terrace.
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Weather: A shower or two in Newcastle (27 degrees), a late shower or two in Maitland (30 degrees) and sunshine for Scone (34 degrees).

Trains: The 5.42am Gosford to Hamilton train was cancelled after requiring mechanical repairs on the Central Coast. Passengers have been urged to allow an extra 30 minutes travel time.

Traffic: No major incidents reported on Hunter roads.

Beachwatch: There’s the slight chance of a shower but overall it should be a pretty good day beachside.The wind will have a bit of west in it early but will head south-east later and we should see a slight increase in swell.It’s expected to be around 1 to 1.3 metres from the south-east.The waves will have a bit of a bump to them and will be best during the morning.

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @jess2920 shared this shot from Raymond Terrace.

Tuesday’s headlinesPoint of law:PHOTOS, VIDEOMOST of the state’slegalfraternitywasin Newcastleon Monday for the opening of the city’snew courthouse, which washailed as a sorely-needed“proper place to come” for those seeking justice.

Shark spotted in Lake Macquarie VIDEOIT was a Valentine’s Day surprise that someone clearly could have done without.

Top cop defends Newcastle lockouts:NEWCASTLE’S senior police officer had defended the city’s lockout laws, saying he’s glad Newcastle is no longer known as a “punchy town”.

Merger move rubbing salt in the wound:THE NSW Government has failed Port Stephens residents twice,by failing to investigate serious concerns about their local council over a number of yearsand then scrapping the council under the government’scontroversial amalgamation project.

Where’s Joe?:The likelihood of Joseph Tapine making an early exit from the Knights firmed after the Canberra-bound back-rower was not involved in the club’s official team photo on Monday.

No half measures for Knights: TRENT Hodkinson is feeling reborn. A new club, a new coach and a new structure to express a greater range of skills.

Shock developmentsDAVID LOWE WELL, where do you start after a weekend like that? None from five in the tipping competition for your columnist, goalkeepers throwing the ball into their own net, unlikely resultsand even unlikelier heroes.

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