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October 23, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The Fijian national charged with the fatal stabbing of his female partner at North Narrabeen in Sydney on Sunday  has been remanded in custody to await his next court appearance on 18 December.

According to the manly-daily website, Ratu Serutawake, 29, did not seek bail when he appeared in Hornsby Court yesterday. He will reappear at the Central Local Court for mention.

Serutawake is alleged to have stabbed his Fijian partner to death while their 13-month-old son slept in another room of a bungalow at the Sydney Lakeside Holiday Park.

The couple's son is in the care of relatives.

The identity of the woman has also been withheld as the police are still to trace and notify all her relatives.

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