The teenage killer who bludgeoned his mother and two siblings to death during a frenzied attack inside their Albion Park Rail home will today learn if he will be released from prison.
A panel will soon announce whether Matthew De Gruchy, now 41, will be granted parole. If so, he is expected to be released from prison today.
De Gruchy was 18 years old when he bludgeoned to death his mother Jennifer (41), sister Sarah (13) and brother Adrian (15) in the family's Albion Park Rail home on March 12, 1996.
In a nod to his youth and perhaps a sign of softer sentencing times, he was sentenced to a maximum 28 years in prison, with a non-parole period of 21 years.
Follow the blog below to find out the decision as it happens.