Police on the scene where the attacker targeted several people with a large knife. (AAP: Dean Lewins)
Here’s what you need to know this morning.
Sydney CBD attacks
The man arrested over a stabbing rampage in central Sydney yesterday afternoon, linked to the discovery later in the day of a body in a CBD apartment complex, is yet to be charged.
Mert Ney, 21, allegedly armed himself with a large butcher’s knife and ran through the city’s streets, stabbing a 41-year-old woman.
The woman remains in a stable condition.
Hours later, a 21-year-old woman’s body was found in an apartment complex on Clarence Street, police said.
Mr Ney was under police guard at the Royal Prince Alfred in Camperdown.
Nurse allegedly sexually touched patient
A nurse has been charged after allegedly sexually touching a patient at a Sydney city hospital.
Police say the registered nurse, a 55-year-old man, touched a 31-year-old man without consent during an appointment in March.
The nurse was charged after an extensive investigation.
He was granted conditional bail to appear before Downing Centre Local Court today.
Newcastle gas terminal deemed critical
A gas terminal at Newcastle that could supply 80 per cent of the state’s gas needs will today be given critical infrastructure status, meaning it has been deemed essential for everyday life.
The proposal for the new $589 million gas import terminal at Kooragang Island in the Port of Newcastle would include a connecting pipeline to the existing NSW gas supply network.
NSW sources 95 per cent of its gas supply from interstate, and experts predict a shortfall in coming years.
Despite being declared critical, the terminal will still be subject to detailed community consultation and a full environmental assessment.
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