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1. Man arrested after five hour dangerous police pursuit while his 2-year-old was in the car.
Police have arrested a man after a five-hour pursuit from Wyong to western Sydney, all the while the man had his two-year-old son in the car.
The pursuit by the NSW Police Riot Squad, uniforms and unmarked police cars and PolAir began after police tried to serve an outstanding warrant to the man.
The man fled in his hino truck but police then called off the chase when they realised a child was in the vehicle.
A police helicopter then followed the hino truck for around 100km before it ran out of petrol in Yagoona in Sydney’s south-west.
The man began in Watanobbi on the Central Coast. Via 9 News.
With CCTV capturing the drama police swarmed on the vehicle grabbing the two-year-old and taking him to safety.
The 40-year-man reportedly had three outstanding arrest warrants against him including one for possession of firearms.
Tuggerah Lakes Police Chief Inspector Colin Lott said he was relieved no one was injured during the incident.
“Police are pleased nobody was hurt and of course the safety of the child was paramount,” he said.
“It could have been a lot worse.”
2. Donald Trump reaches number of delegates needed to clinch nomination.
All that is between Donald Trump and the White House now is Hillary Clinton after Trump reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president.
Trump reportedly now has 1,238 delegates, one more than required, after a number of unbound delegates said they will support him at the convention.
He will officially be confirmed as the party's nominee at the convention in Cleveland in July.
Meanwhile US President Barack Obama has said that international leaders "have good reason to be rattled" by Mr Trump.
Speaking on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Japan, Mr Obama said Mr Trump had shown a cavalier and ignorant attitude towards world affairs.
"They are not sure how seriously to take some of his pronouncements, but they're rattled by him - and for good reason, because a lot of the proposals that he's made display either ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude," the president said.
3. Babysitter charged over death of policeman’s daughter.
The 18-year-old babysitter who was driving the four-year-old daughter of a policeman in NSW when she crashed, killing the little girl has been charged over the girl’s death.
Courteney Matthews, 18, has been charged with dangerous driving occasioning death, negligent driving occasioning death, and other charges.
She was driving along the Bruxner Highway, 10km east of Casino with Elle Underwood, 4, as her passenger when her car allegedly collided with a Subaru Liberty.
Ellie’s father Sergeant Steve Underhill attended the crash scene to find his daughter had died.
4. No schoolkids bonus, no matter who wins the election.
Federal Labor won't restore the schoolkids bonus or change the aged pension assets test if it wins government at the July 2 election.