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Trial for man accused of murder in the Upper Hunter delayed

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The trial of a man accused of murdering an Upper Hunter woman has been delayed. 

Sayle Kenneth Newson’s trial in the Supreme Court in Newcastle started last week for the murder of mother-of-two Carly McBride. 

The 31-year-old mum went missing in Muswellbrook in 2014, and her body was fund at Owens Gap near Scone by bushwalkers in 2016.

43-year-old Newson was her boyfriend at the time of her disappearance and is on trial for her murder. 

The Crown Prosecutor has told the jury that Newson drove Carly McBride to Muswellbrook on the day she disappeared so she could visit her young daughter and the case is that after the visit “Newson intercepted Ms McBride and killed her with blunt-force trauma to her head before dumping her body in…



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