Barrack Heights woman wounded live-in girlfriend who'd fallen in love with her husband

By Shannon Tonkin
Updated August 27 2017 - 10:17am, first published August 25 2017 - 7:00pm
Work it: Belinda Kemp (left) leaves Wollongong courthouse on Friday accomapnied by a friend after being handed a community service order.
Work it: Belinda Kemp (left) leaves Wollongong courthouse on Friday accomapnied by a friend after being handed a community service order.

A Barrack Heights woman who repeatedly hit her love rival with a metal pole after learning the woman had fallen for her husband has been ordered to do 400 hours of community service work as punishment.

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