TAKEN AWAY: Gympie detectives take a man away for questioning.
TAKEN AWAY: Gympie detectives take a man away for questioning.

Police tell drivers they are on notice

Drivers on notice

FROM July 8-20 in the Gympie and Tin Can Bay areas, police stopped and charged:

23 people for driving without a licence/disqualified licence/restricted licence; and
 

nine people for driving unregistered/uninsured vehicles.

The majority of offenders were caught on the Bruce Hwy, Brisbane Rd, Excelsior Rd and River Rd.

Others were caught at Goomboorian and Kybong.

Unlicensed drivers are on notice: If you continue to drive without a licence you will be caught; it's only a matter of time.

If you have been disqualified, you need to apply for a new licence at the Transport Department at the end of the disqualification period.

Remember - no licence, means no driving.

Keep our roads safer.

Zoo garage sale

ON SATURDAY, August 8, Australia Zoo will host its annual Great Garage Sale at the special new twilight time of 3-7pm.

The markets will also feature live entertainment, food, stalls, face painting and family fun.

From just the cost of a $30 donation to Australia Zoo's charity, Wildlife Warriors, you could have your own stall.

Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin will be donating their pre-loved goodies for a special stall. Stallholders email lindsay b@australiazoo.com.au.

Gympie Times


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