WSFM Breaking News Thursday November 16 2017
HERE'S WHAT'S MAKING NEWS TODAY
Oxford Street has come alive overnight with tens of thousands of people pouring into the iconic gay strip to celebrate the same sex marriage vote.
In scenes reminiscent of the biggest Mardi Gras people flowed from bars onto the streets and marched to Hyde Park after more than 60-percent of Australians said yes to marriage equality.
The focus for our politicians now turns to making it law with debate in the senate to begin today.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is promising us it will be legal by Christmas, saying it's an historic moment for the country.
Up to 40 teenagers have been involved in an ugly brawl in Fairfield West overnight.
Police believe the fight was pre-arranged and involved students from several schools in the area.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with affray officers expect to lay more charges.
A seven-year-old boy has been airlifted to hospital after falling six metres from the roof of a house on Sydney's northern beaches.
He's in a stable condition with back injuries after tumbling at Scotland Island last night.
A police rescue boat ferried paramedics across to the island ahead of the chopper.
At Scotland Island: airlifting boy, 7, after estimated 6m fall, to hospital in stable condition. Combined response with Police vessel. pic.twitter.com/Lfu5Tf9TKw— CareFlight (@MyCareFlight) November 15, 2017
The state's hospitals have been ordered to handle women who have miscarriages with greater compassion.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard has written to hospitals asking staff to provide sensitive care, saying the emotional and psychological impacts can be profound and long-lasting.
A neckalce set with the largest flawless white diamond ever sold has been snapped up for 48 million dollars.
The piece has a rectangular diamond weighing more than 163 carats.