No knives as accused stabber gets bail

A woman charged with stabbing two people on the NSW Central Coast is forbidden from carrying a knife in public after being granted bail.

Rebecca Elsie May Mossman-Riley was charged with two counts of wounding a person with the intention to cause grievous bodily harm after police were called to an address on Lake Haven Drive at Kanwal about 9.30pm on Saturday.

A 28-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman were treated for multiple stab wounds at the scene before being airlifted to Newcastle's John Hunter Hospital. They are now in a stable condition.

Police believe the man and Mossman-Riley are known to one another.

The 29-year-old Wyong woman was arrested at her apartment shortly after midnight on Sunday.

Briefly jailed, she was granted bail in Newcastle Local Court the same day.

Bail conditions include complying with the terms of an apprehended violence order, abstaining from alcohol or drugs, and refraining from carrying a knife in public.

She has also been required to hand over $1000 as security.

The matter will next come before Wyong Local Court on January 12.