The tightly knit Gunnedah community is shocked by the news, Gunnedah Shire's … Her own daughter was missing.

Detectives have charged a teenager with murder after a young girl was found dead in the State’s north-west today. Warning: Distressing content. AAP.

Bail was not applied for and was formally refused. This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising. A 14-year-old girl is due to face a children’s court charged with murdering a 10-year-old girl in north-east New South Wales.. Police were called to a Gunnedah … A 14-year-old girl is arrested after her 10-year-old cousin is brutally killed at Gunnedah, a small town in north-west NSW. July 9, 2020 9:00AM. Gunnedah: Teenage girl charged with murdering 10-year-old cousin A 14-year-old girl will face court after being charged will the murder of her 10-year-old cousin at a property in NSW's north-west.

The teenage girl accused of murdering her 10-year-old cousin had reportedly been displaying unusual behaviour in the lead up to the crime.. What COVID-19 scenarios might Melbourne be facing? Picture: Nathan EdwardsThe woman immediately dialled triple-0 and emergency services arrived at the property.Paramedics tried to revive the girl but she was already dead.Police from Oxley Police District set up a crime scene and officers started searching for the woman’s missing daughter.Just after 8.30pm, the police found the teenager on a neighbouring property in a dazed state and arrested her.They took her into custody and drove her to Gunnedah Police Station.During the day, the 14-year-old was questioned at the station while police did a search of the property which sits on a few hundred hectares of land.About 10pm Wednesday night, detectives charged the teenager with her cousin’s murder and remanded her in custody until Thursday to appear at Tamworth Children’s Court.Police allege in court documents the girl murdered her cousin between 7am and 7.20am.Overnight, the 10-year-old’s parents were travelling to Gunnedah.On Thursday police returned to the property to do a line search for the alleged murder weapon and any other items.The 14-year-old appeared in Tamworth Children’s Court where she did not apply for bail, which was formally refused.Police at the crime scene near Gunnedah on Wednesday after the young girl was found dead by her aunt. It's alleged the girl murdered the 10-year-old at a property in Gunnedah on Wednesday between 7:00am and 7:20am. A 14-year-old girl has been charged with murder after her 10-year-old cousin’s body was found in northwest NSW.The 14-year-old’s mother returned to her NSW farmhouse in the town of Gunnedah early yesterday morning, where she allegedly found her niece’s body.A frantic search by police found the woman’s 14-year-old daughter at a neighbouring property about 8.30am and it is alleged she confessed to ­officers.The teenager will face a children’s court today after she was refused bail.In Aust­ralia, the age of criminal responsibility — the age below which a child is deemed incapable of having committed a crime — is set at 10.Forensic police spent the night combing for evidence on the property to piece together the series of events that led to the alleged murder.Emergency services were called to the remote rural property and discovered the body of the 10-year-old about 7am yesterday.“Officers from Oxley Police District established a crime scene and commenced an investigation,” police said when announcing the charges last night.“A short time later, officers arrested a 14-year-old girl – who was known to the child – nearby.”Reports allege the younger girl had marks carved into her body and was suffering stab wounds.The mother of the teenager reportedly discovered the child’s body inside the home and called triple-0.Police said despite attempts to revive the girl - she died at the scene.Police would not comment on the weapon used in the alleged attack.Another woman, who works at the Parkview Hotel in the centre of Gunnedah, told “It’s a small town, so everyone knows about and it and yes, people are shocked about it,” she said.“It’s hard to talk about the details as it’s a police case, but because we are a small community and people know each other it will certainly touch a lot of people,” he said.Mr Chaffey said he had not spoken directly with the families involved.“I can’t imagine the pain the families are going through at this time and our thoughts and prayers go out to them,” he said.He said he had spoken with his fellow councillors and church representatives “who will be encouraging prayer time on Sunday … to pray for the families in this absolutely horrible situation”.Mr Chaffey said he encouraged anyone who was struggling with the news to reach out to Lifeline or to contact members of his council to help them.“We will be dealing with this for some time,” he said.We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. Analysis: Policy goes in the opposite direction at the worst momentHere's what we know about the live export ship that capsized off Japan and the search for survivors'Who the heck does he think he is? Picture: Nathan Edwards Source:News Corp Australia WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. The first officer on the scene has been granted leave, so … The 14-year-old girl was arrested nearby and charged with murder in the evening. Police and State Emergency Service conduct a search near the Gunnedah farmhouse where a 14-year-old girl allegedly murdered her 10-year-old cousin.

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