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Marine Rescue NSW
Marine Rescue NSW provides emergency help, marine radio communications and boating safety education in NSW
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales 5h
⚠️ Flood Warning for on Sunday evening. flooding expected at . Further very heavy rainfall forecast for Sunday. See for details and updates; follow advice from .
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales 5h
⚠️ flooding possible in the River. Further heavy rainfall forecast for Sunday. See for details and updates; follow advice from
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales 5h
⚠️ flooding possible at on Sunday. flooding occurring at . flooding expected at on Sunday afternoon. See for details and updates; follow advice from
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales 3h
⚠️SEVERE WEATHER WARNING UPDATE⚠️ for DAMAGING SURF, DAMAGING WIND and HEAVY RAINFALL. For the Illawarra and parts of Mid North Coast, Hunter, Metropolitan, South Coast and Southern Tablelands Forecast Districts. Warnings:
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales 15h
We are strongly urging people to pay particular attention to & advice over the next 24 hrs. We've seen hundreds of millimetres of in parts & it's likely the situation will worsen through tonight & Sunday. Warnings
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 6
More bad news for boaters, especially on the South Coast. Rain, wind & flooding are on the radar. A good weekend to stay home. If you need to be on the water, wear a lifejacket, keep a lookout for debris in the water & Log On with MRNSW on VHF Ch 16 or the free MarineRescue App.
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Aug 6
Easterly winds today could reach damaging strengths over parts of the south west slopes and Alpine regions. Keep up with warnings at
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
Two men saved off Nambucca told rescuers their boat had split, turning over & sinking in about 30 seconds. "One of the guys on board spotted something yellow. We realised it was the two guys hanging on to each other in their lifejackets," skipper Peter Holyfield said.
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
The skipper of the rescue vessel that saved 2 men whose boat sank 8nm off Nambucca has described the pair as "dead lucky". "They were a long way out & the wind had just started to get up. Another hour or so & it might have been pretty rough out there," Peter Holyfield said.
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
Two men, aged in their 40s & 70s, who were pulled from the water by a Marine Rescue Trial Bay crew after their boat sank off Nambucca about 10.15am are on their way back to shore. One of the men is in shock but well enough to speak to his wife as they return to South West Rocks.
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
A crew from Marine Rescue Trial Bay has just pulled 2 people from the water after their boat sank 5-6nm off Nambucca. The pair, one of whom is aged in their 70s, had been in the water for about an hour. MR Nambucca, MR Coffs Harbour & NSW Police vessels also responded.
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
UPDATE: All three crew members have been winched from their life raft to a rescue helicopter after abandoning their sinking fishing vessel 15nm off Bass Point, south of Shellharbour. A crew from Marine Rescue Shellharbour has been stood down and will return to base.
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
UPDATE: Three crew members have made it into their life raft after abandoning their sinking fishing vessel 15nm off Bass Point, south of Shellharbour. Vessels from Marine Rescue Shellharbour and NSW Police Force are under way to the scene, along with a rescue helicopter.
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Marine Rescue NSW Aug 4
Vessels from Marine Rescue Shellharbour & NSW Police are deploying to rescue crew members preparing to abandon ship from a sinking fishing vessel 15nm off Bass Point, south of Shellharbour. The number on board is unknown at this stage.
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Marine Rescue NSW Jul 29
Watch as the newest addition to the Marine Rescue NSW fleet, Broken Bay 30, makes its way from its road transport into its new home waters on Pittwater today.
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Marine Rescue NSW Jul 28
The new $500,000 Marine Rescue Broken Bay vessel has arrived safely & is in the water. The 10m Naiad was lowered into Pittwater & is now on its way to its new home base. Thanks to the Pittwater residents who voted for the boat in the NSW Government My Community Projects grants.👍
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Marine Rescue NSW Jul 27
Marine Rescue Broken Bay's new rescue vessel has begun its delivery journey down the Pacific Highway. The 10m Naiad, built by Yamba Welding & Engineering, will be lowered into the water at Church Point late tomorrow morning before the short trip to the unit's base at Bayview.
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Marine Rescue NSW Jul 26
Angry seas at Cape Solander at the entrance to Botany Bay as a low tracks south along the NSW coast. Widespread rain is expected to continue to fall, with strong winds & large waves set to develop this afternoon & tonight. Check forecasts & warnings at
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Marine Rescue NSW Jul 25
A crew from Marine Rescue Port Stephens has returned four people to shore after rescuing them from the hull of their upturned boat in the dark. One has a hand injury & another hypothermia. The rescue vessel was met by a waiting NSW Ambulance.
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Marine Rescue NSW Jul 25
UPDATE: All four people are now safely on board rescue vessel Port Stephens 31. One has sustained an injury and one has hypothermia. The Marine Rescue Port Stephens rescue vessel is now returning to base, where a NSW Ambulance is waiting to provide medical attention.
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