Man shot dead by police released on bail twice | 9 News Australia

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Police have revealed the 45-year-old man shot dead by police at Seven Hills in Sydney yesterday, had been granted bail in the past six months.

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9 News Australia has delivered breaking news, features and exclusive news from around Australia and the world into homes since 1956. In December 2013, Nine Entertainment listed on the ASX, trading as ASX: NEC.

In November 2020, Nine Entertainment relocated from Willoughby where it had been based for 64 years to North Sydney.

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