News

Gympie school boys busted with pot at school

Two Gympie school boys have been busted smoking weed at school.
Two Gympie school boys have been busted smoking weed at school. Craig Warhurst

POLICE have urged Gympie school students to report "suspicious activity" at their school after two boys were busted smoking marijuana at school this week.

Police said the two boys aged just 11 and 12 On Tuesday November 10, a two boys "from a local school" were caught committing the offence on Tuesday of this week.

"Thanks to another young student being brave enough to report the incident, the two boys, aged 11 and 12-years-old, were detained by teachers after allegedly being caught smoking and possessing cannabis in the school grounds," police said.

Police were contacted and attended the school where they spoke with the boys.

This matter is still being investigated.

"Drugs or alcohol in schools will not be tolerated by teachers or the police and those found committing such offences will be dealt with accordingly," the police said.

"Police encourage students to report any suspicious activity at their school to a teacher/staff member."
 

Gympie Times

Topics:  cops, marijuana, school age children




Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

'All I heard when my baby cried was ‘you’re a terrible mum'

APN Hey Mummy Feature for online - stock images of Katie Dykes. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

KATIE'S battle with PND is not unlike many mothers.

'I just thought all mums got no sleep'

MELTOPIA battled PND with all four of her children.

4 survival tips for mummas heading back to work

The few reminders every working mum needs to read.

Health and nutrition with kids - how do you balance it?

HOW important is health and nutrition in your household?

Smack or no smack - where do you stand?

THE debate is reignited - is smacking acceptable?

Technology and kids: Do you ever cut their wi-fi?

Check out our new video series featuring mums having a chat

Turnbull, Shorten in dead heat on election eve: polling

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten

The Fairfax-Ipsos poll figures suggest Labor could win on Saturday

Hey Mumma: Support networks vital for Gympie working mums

We have a family business with three kids. We try and have either my husband or I finish at three to do after school activities with the kids.   Anna Reid

Let's avoid judging stay at home mums and working mums

OPINION: Who are these people? Senate parties explained

Thirty-eight parties are vying for your Senate vote. Be wise about where your preferences are going.

What you need to know about the Senate parties you've never heard of

Latest deals and offers

Hey Mumma

Mums talk to us about how they juggle work and kids.

Clive Palmer to re-open refinery

Clive Palmer on ABC radio.

Clive Palmer talks about his achievements, election chances and re-opening the...

Concern over Smerdon Rd high-density development

Mick Curran talks about the community's concern over the project which was approved...

Burnett Heads housing development approved

COUNCIL APPROVED: A Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council. Photo Contributed

Councillors approved the development seven votes to four

Three bedroom, 1100sqm block: Is this Qld's cheapest home?

BARGAIN BUY: Is this North Bundaberg property the cheapest home in Queensland?

Becoming a real estate mogul is all about risk and reward