Mystery Boat Remains Unclaimed

Police have no claims yet.


7 April 2019

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An unclaimed boat has been washed up on Bucasia Beach, has been left for seven days unclaimed. Northern Beaches and Whitsunday police stations said the boat is yet to be reported as stolen. 

Mackay Police are investigating a serious traffic crash and they need your help. Around eight Thursday morning two cars collided on the Bruce Highway near Bakers Creek. Both drivers were injured as a result of the smash. Police are asking anyone with dash cam footage or information to come forward.

The State Government is cracking down on animal activists who invade our farms. It’s been announced that on the spot fines will be given out, a faster penalty than pursuing trespass charges. Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries Mark Furner says it's not just a farm and business, it's someone's home.

An ex-pro-fisherman and his mates are trying to change the way we interact with our slippery. Concerned that charter boats and tourism operators are able to buy their way around scientific closures the team from Jolly Rogers Fishing Club want answers. Club President, Neil, says they were promised a meeting with Fisheries Minister Mark Furner when he was in the region weeks ago.

A historic win has been recorded for the Mackay Cutters. The side took down Townsville Blackhawks for the first time in the Round five Red Socks game at Jack Manski Oval with a massive twenty to six final score. In the last eight stand offs Townsville has won seven with one draw. The win moved our lads to eighth on the ladder.

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