Gordonvale

One every minute – shocks police

Recent disappointing results from Operation Mike Abend on the Kuranda Range have prompted a stern reminder to motorists about speeding. During this past week officers from the Mareeba Road Policing Unit conducted speed enforcement on the Kuranda Range as part … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Traffic Tip – Keep Left Unless Overtaking

  Read the signs and do us all a favour – Keep Left! All motorists should adhere to all road signs and do their bit to ensure traffic flows smoothly and drivers do the right thing. Impatient drivers often are … Continue reading

Weekend media wrap – Monday November 24

Burglary and other charges, Cairns:  An 18-year-old Edmonton man is scheduled to appear in the Cairns Magistrates Court this morning following his arrest at Earlville in the early hours of yesterday morning. It will be alleged that the man gained … Continue reading

Make your party one to remember for the right reasons

As school starts to wind up and 2014 Christmas parties get under-way, it’s time for a reminder about your responsibilities as the host or organiser of a party. You are responsible for ensuring that your guests are ‘Party Safe’. Have a party that … Continue reading

International Men’s Day celebrating Positive Male Role Models

Today is International Men’s Day which focuses on men’s and boy’s health, keeping men and boys safe from harm, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality and highlighting positive male role models. ‘Positive Male Role Models’ is the theme for this years … Continue reading

Cyclone season: what’s your WHAT-IF PLAN?

What’s your What-If Plan? Tropical cyclones in the Queensland region mostly form from lows within the monsoon trough, between November and April. Residents and tourists alike are urged to GET READY, BE PREPARED and ensure you have the following: STEP … Continue reading

Say NO to Domestic and Family Violence

White Ribbon is the world’s largest male-led movement to end men’s violence against women. White Ribbon is now active in more than 60 countries after originating in Canada in 1991. Sergeant Larissa Flood said, “Australia started our campaign in 2003 … Continue reading

Vehicle Watch – November 13

Have you seen any of the stolen vehicles listed below? A number of these vehicles were stolen whilst the victims were at home. Remember to secure your home and vehicle to avoid opportunistic thefts. Hiding car keys and valuables will make it difficult for … Continue reading

Overnight media wrap – Thursday November 13

Extortion charges, Gordonvale: Two Mirriwinni men, aged 23 and 54, were charged yesterday following an investigation into an alleged extortion offence. It will be alleged that the men attempted to extort money from another 53-year-old man between late October and earlier … Continue reading

Have you noticed anything different?

A few changes till November 24 For those of you who regularly visit the MyPolice Far North Blog, you will notice we are looking a little different! A few of our regular features such as our CCTV images, search engine, … Continue reading

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