Manhunt underway after ‘unprovoked attack’, NSW government in crisis mode | 9 News Australia

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Police in Melbourne are hunting a man after an “unprovoked attack” outside a fast food restaurant last month. The assault left the 49-year-old man unconscious and with a shattered cheek that required reconstructive surgery. In other news, the New South Wales government is in crisis mode this morning. Deputy Liberal leader Stuart Ayres has defended his actions over the appointment of former deputy premier John Barilaro to a trade role in the US. Meanwhile, minister Eleni Petinos has been sacked over allegations of bullying. Subscribe and 🔔: | Get more breaking news at

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