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Australia: Search for Sydney fisherman to resume

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A search has resumed for a rock fisherman who has been missing from a southern Sydney beach for more than 24 hours. Police say the 29-year-old Guildford man was angling with a friend on a rock ledge at Malabar when he disappeared at about 9.30am on Saturday. The friend, aged 31, had to be winched from the rock ledge by Police divers have joined local police, the police marine area command, police helicopters and Surf Life Saving members for the second day of the search . Neither man was wearing a life jacket, despite new laws making the jackets mandatory for rock fisherman in Randwick municipality.

A search is underway for a man missing after a boat capsized off Sydney ’s North Harbour. A 25-year-old man was spotted by a local fisherman in the water near Dobroyd Head at Balgowlah Heights shortly before 4.50am on Saturday. He was rescued by surf lifesavers on jet-skis and taken to Little Manly Beach where he told police his boat flipped during a test drive, throwing him, his 49-year-old friend and a dog into the water. There were no life jackets, lights or safety gear on board when the pair set off, but search and rescue teams are not giving up hope of finding the missing fisherman alive.

A search and rescue operation will resume for a fisherman missing since the early hours of Saturday morning after he was thrown from a boat along with another man and a dog off Sydney's North Harbour.

A search for a 49-year-old fisherman missing off Sydney's North Harbour is continuing. © Dean Lewins/AAP PHOTOS A search for a 49-year-old fisherman missing off Sydney's North Harbour is continuing.

The men, a 25-year-old and 49-year-old, launched the 3.5-metre runabout from Tunks Park boat ramp at Northbridge about 9pm on Friday, before running into rough seas and capsizing around 3am.

They clung to the boat for a while before the 49-year-old man drifted away.

The younger man was spotted by a local fisherman in the water near Dobroyd Head at Balgowlah Heights shortly before 4.50am on Saturday.

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MORNING BRIEFING: The owner of the Manly Fast Ferry is pushing for increased policing on the harbour after 10 workers are suspended, and authorities resume the search for a fisherman thought to be stuck in a sea cave on the Central Coast. The NRMA is now calling for an increase in drug and alcohol tests on the Harbour by police and education campaign through the union. Fisherman could be in sea cave. Police divers will today resume the search for a fisherman who went missing off rocks at Timber Beach on the NSW Central Coast.

A massive search off the coast of north county Dublin for a missing fisherman has been stood down for the night. Members of the Coast Guard, Defence Forces, gardai and local fishermen and pleasure boats have been involved in the search efforts after a fishing trawler sank off the coast of Skerries in "The vessel had sunk and, since then, there's been a huge effort and multi-agency search for the missing individual." The rescued fisherman was taken to hospital and was reported to be "doing well." Horrified onlookers who were enjoying the fine weather in the popular seaside town watched as the

He was rescued by surf lifesavers on jet skis and taken to Little Manly Beach, where he told police his boat flipped with his friend and a dog on board.


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The dog was found alive at nearby Cave Beach about 10.30am after the boat's fuel tank and rubber mats were earlier recovered about 3.7 kilometres off the coast.

The older man, who has no fixed address and is living in a camper van in the North Shore area, has not been found as of Sunday morning after an air, sea and land search was halted overnight.

A NSW Police spokesman told AAP the search will resume later on Sunday morning.

Inspector Andrew Veale said the two men have known each other for about two years, and the 49-year-old was interested in buying the boat from his younger friend.

There were no life jackets, lights or safety gear on board, but search and rescue teams were hopeful of finding the missing fisherman alive.

His friend is recovering after being treated by paramedics for hypothermia and injuries to his wrist.

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