Khandalyce’s birth certificate found at home linked to her mum’s alleged killer

The birth certificate of murdered girl Khandalyce Kiara Pearce has reportedly been found at a house linked to her mother’s accused killer.

The remains of the two-year-old were found stuffed in a suitcase and dumped on the side of a South Australian highway in July.

The body of her mother, Karlie Pearce-Stevenson, was found in the Belanglo State Forrest in New South Wales back in 2010. Last month, Daniel James Holdom, 41, was charged with murdering Ms Pearce-Stevenson in the forest back in December 2008.

It wasn’t apparent that the deaths were linked until last month, after detectives searched the home of Mr Holdom’s sister after a tip-off and found Khandalyce’s birth certificate.

In late Ocotober, police revealed an elaborate fraud was carried out across multiple states after Ms Pearce-Stevenson’s and Khandalyce’s​ deaths.

Police allege Ms Pearce-Stevenson’s identity, bank account and mobile phone were used for years after her death to mislead family and defraud social services. It is estimated up to $100,000 was taken from her bank account between 2008 and 2012.

Mr Holdom is due to appear in Central Local Court in Sydney later today. He has yet to be charged over the death of the child or the fraud.

Police appeal for help to find missing girl

MP Jackson

Police are appealing for help to find a 15-year-old girl last seen in Brisbane’s south more than a week ago.

Shaneekwa Jackson was last seen at a home in Mount Gravatt on the afternoon of November 2 and it’s believed she intended catching a bus into central Brisbane.

The Aboriginal girl is about 165cm tall, has a slight build, black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a camouflage jumper with a hood, black tights and black shoes.

Toddler pulled from daycare pool dies in hospital

A toddler who was pulled from a pool at a family daycare centre in Perth has died in hospital.

The two-year-old boy was found unconscious in the backyard pool of the Carramar home on Monday.

He was rushed to the Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, however sadly passed away on Wednesday.

The daycare centre has been shut down and is now under investigation.

It’s alleged the toddler stacked up toys to climb the fence and jump into the pool.

The woman who has run the family daycare from her home for just over 12 months, is fully qualified and has a valid first aid certificate.

It is not yet known if charges will be laid.

Man dies in NSW unit fire

A man has died in a unit fire in the Riverina overnight.

About 1am, Wednesday 11 November 2015, emergency services were called to Lachlan Street, Hay, where they found a unit well-alight.

The fire was extinguished; however, the unit was extensively damaged.

The body of a man was located during a search of the premises.

A post mortem examination will be conducted to formally identify the man and determine cause of death.

Officers from Deniliquin Local Area Command attended and established a crime scene.

An investigation into the circumstances of the fire is underway.

It is not believed to be suspicious at this early stage of the investigation.

NSW cops busted singing ‘Frozen’ in adorable video

Two of our men in blue have been busted singing hit Frozen song ‘Love Is An Open Door’ and we couldn’t love it anymore.

In the footage sent to 9news.com.au, the two New South Wales policemen can be seen performing the duet, with one officer playing Anna, and the other Hans.

The men perfectly mime the hit song from Disney film Frozen, before breaking out into laughter at the end.

WATCH: Video courtesy of Nine News.