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Daily Archives: February 7, 2012
Police are appealing for public assistance following a serious traffic crash in Belmont this afternoon.
Initial information suggests that around 2.20pm a motorcyclist crashed due to a traffic hazard in the northbound lane of the Gateway Motorway near Old Cleveland … Continue reading
This is an update for everyone who has been evacuated from the town of St George as a result of record-level flooding.
This afternoon’s State Disaster Management Group heard from local authorities and experts that there is an ongoing problem … Continue reading
Two Detective Senior Constables from the North Coast Region have today been stood down from official duty with the Queensland Police Service. The officers, a 52-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman, are subject to allegations of inappropriately accessing and releasing … Continue reading
This is an important message for everyone who has been evacuated from the town of St George as a result of record-level flooding.
While every effort is being made to ensure that you can return to your homes, we ask … Continue reading
A 27-year-old Brisbane City man has been charged following investigations into the attempted murder of a woman at a Taringa residence.
It is alleged that on February 1 a fire was deliberately started in the downstairs area of a Taringa … Continue reading
There is no doubt that sworn dogs are integral to Queensland Police work across the state. However we should not forget that dogs also formed part of an officer’s family especially when they were posted to small stations in outback … Continue reading
Police from the Oxley District detected nine unlicensed drivers and impounded five cars yesterday, during a covert traffic operation at the Richlands Magistrates Court.
Oxley District Officer Superintendent Mark Plath said the operation targeted drivers who should have learnt from … Continue reading