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  • Longreach Citizens show full support for PCYC

    On Wednesday November 26, 2014 a community meeting was held at the Longreach Youth Club to ascertain the level of community support for a potential PCYC to be established in Longreach.

  • Talking Families

    What’s Talking Families all about?

  • Spreading the road safety message

    Senior Constable Sarah Grayson, Outback Queensland Tourism Association CEO Peter Homan and Senior Constable Juliet McGrath, with the SOTO Jayco motorhome, at the Outback Queensland Tourism Awards dinner

    ‘Stay on Track Outback’ was recently invited to participate in the 2014 Outback Queensland Tourism Association’s Symposium and Awards held in Charleville on November 14-15, 2014.

  • Crossing the border

    The Charleville Patrol Group’s road safety project ‘Stay on Track Outback’ is travelling to a new destination this weekend as it crosses the border to attend the Northern Inland 4X4 Fishing, Caravan and Camping Expo at Inverell in New South Wales.

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  • Assault at Nanango

    Nanango Police are currently seeking information from the public in relation to an unprovoked assault which occurred in Nanango on the evening of Saturday, November 15.

  • Stolen vehicle, Longreach

    Police are searching for a stolen vehicle which was observed travelling at high speed north of Longreach this morning.

  • Lock up tight – day & night

    Dalby residents are currently experiencing a rash of break-ins.

  • It Looks Real.. But is it? – Counterfeit $50 Notes

    Police are alerting businesses and the community to recent incidents whereby fake $50 notes have been discovered circulating in the South West District.

  • Stolen Bobcat – Wondai

    At some time between August 7 and August 15 a white coloured 2007 BOBCAT S185 was stolen from the Boral Quarry situated at 12653 Chinchilla Wondai Road Ballogie.

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