Herald Breakfast – December 17

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Instagram’s @daz219 caught this shot of waves crashing into the Bogey Hole.Weather: Wind easing but mostly sunny in Newcastle (24 degrees) while warm and sunny in Scone (37 degrees) and Maitland (29 degrees).
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Trains: No trackwork or delays on the Newcastle and Hunter lines.

Traffic: No incidents reported on Hunter roads.

Beachwatch:The wind will be from thenorth at first but will head south to south-east early. The swellis from the east around 1 to 1.3 metres with wave conditionsvarying with the wind.

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @daz219 caught this shot of waves crashing into the Bogey Hole.

Newcastle port deal “cover-up”allegations: THE state government has been accused of a ‘‘blatant attempt at a cover up’’ after two ministers claimed the other was responsible for answering questions about whether a secret cap exists on the number of containers that can be moved though the Port of Newcastle.

The straw that broke Sydney siege gunman’s back:GOSFORD solicitor Manny Conditsis must have been one of the last people in Australia to hear about the Sydney siege on Monday, but one of the first to think the gunman was Man Haron Monis.

Nile inquiry: report recommends Boxing Day delay:A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry into planning decisions in Newcastle is set to issue an interim report recommending that the Boxing Day truncation of the city’s rail line be put off because of a flawed case for the project, including the lack of a cost benefit analysis.

Troy Palmer sells Merewether home:FORMER Hunter Sports Group chief executive Troy Palmer has sold his Merewether home for $3.25 million.

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