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Undeterred by catastrophic weather conditions, a dedicated makeup artist braved the worst floods NSW has seen in years to reach a bride ahead of her Central Coast wedding. Gemma Nichols headed straight into the eye of the once-in-a-century mega-storm battering eastern Australia on Sunday to reach Amanda, a bride preparing to walk down the aisle a year to the day since her wedding was cancelled due to lockdown. The award-winning makeup artist, voted one of Australia's six best bridal artists by Elle magazine, was rescued by a man named Zach in 'the tallest truck she had ever seen', after rising floodwaters stranded her on the road into Killcare. Ms Nichols captured the apocalyptic scenes in a video uploaded to her Facebook page, pleading with viewers to 'stay safe' as she insisted: 'If it wasn't for my bride, I'd be at home. Along her journey, Ms Nichols said she witnessed cars submerged in water after days of torrential rain caused rivers to burst their banks, washing away homes, vehicles and livestock.
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Rugby league star Jarryd Hayne has married his long-term partner Amellia Bonnici in a secret ceremony, just a month after announcing their engagement. In the scorching heat on Australia Day the couple's service was intimate and low key, with a group of roughly 50 family and friends, including fellow NRL stars, attending. Hayne wore a cream suit, open white shirt and sunglasses, smiling as he stood under a floral archway waiting for his bride. Bonnici looked elegant in a white dress and with her hair pulled back to show off her pearl earrings. The deeply religious Hayne - who is a former Hillsong regular - chose not to have the ceremony in a church, with the couple instead saying their vows beneath a white floral archway.
A former mayor who campaigned for the homeless for many years on the New South Wales Central Coast has been charged with multiple child sex offences dating back four decades. Laurence 'Laurie' Joseph Maher, 81, is the ninth person to be charged as part of a police investigation into alleged historical abuse at a Central Coast boy's home near Gosford and similar facilities across the state in the late s and s. The former independent Mayor of Gosford City Council was a superintendent at the Mount Penang Training School, and is accused of sexually abusing six boys between and