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1. Two men charged over the rape and murder of young mum on beach.
Two men have been charged over a four year old crime that left a young mother dead on a NSW beach.
Lynette Daley, also known as Norma, was found naked, bruised and bloodied on Ten Mile Beach in northern NSW in January 2011.
An autopsy would later find Ms Daley died from blunt force genital tract trauma.
She had suffered horrific internal and external injuries following a violent sex act by a man who claimed to be her boyfriend, Adrian Attwater.
Adrian Attwater, 42, and Paul Maris, 46, allegedly burned a blood-soaked mattress and some of the woman’s clothing before seeking help after she died.
Ms Daley had been taken to Ten Mile Beach the previous night by Mr Attwater and his friend, Paul Maris.
Ms Daley, a mother to seven young children, had been taken to the beach by the men who said they were taking her for a camping and fishing trip.
In the back of Mr Maris’s four-wheel-drive the two men subjected a highly intoxicated Ms Daley to a series of sex acts.
Forensic pathologists later found Ms Daley’s blood alcohol concentration to be dangerously high, 0.352, in the potentially lethal range of intoxication.
Forensic pathologist Allan Cala who examined the 33-year-old woman’s body told a 2014 inquest that her injuries “were more severe than those which occur in even precipitous childbirth”.
Attwater, now living in Townsville, has been charged with manslaughter and aggravated sexual assault.
Maris, of Wauchope in northern NSW, was charged with accessory after the fact to manslaughter and aggravated sexual assault.
They will appear in court on August 2.
2. Top female police officer says male-dominated force should heed the lessons of the Eddie McGuire scandal.
Deputy commissioner Wendy Steendam Via Nine News.
Victoria’s top female police officer, deputy commissioner Wendy Steendam, has issued warning to Victoria's male-dominated police force that they take notice of the Eddie McGuire scandal.
Deputy commissioner Wendy Steendam wrote a internal memo saying the McGuire controversy made her think about Victoria police's own culture - "the parallels with our own organisation when it comes to the impact and harm words and inappropriate behaviour can have on others".
"Given our own challenges some within our organisation won't see a problem with the [McGuire] comments."