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Teenager injured setting fire to can

A TEENAGER was treated for burns to his face, arms and hands after setting fire to an aerosol can.

Police were called to the corner of Brisbane Tce and Weedman St about 11.45am yesterday following reports of the young man injuring himself.

Paramedics were called and the injured teen was taken in a stable condition to Royal Brisbane Hospital.



Roadcraft boss calls for national 'safe' driver program

TOO MANY DEATHS: Crash investigators at the scene of a double fatality on the Bruce Highway two kilometres north of Tiaro. Gympie Roadcraft CEO Sharlene Makin is calling for a national driver education program on how to drive safely.

Gympie Roadcraft boss calls for a national program on safe driving

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An Olympic Torch for the 2000 Sydney Olympics holds pride of place amongst other precious memories for this Wolvi local legend.

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Roadcraft CEO: Driver education reform needs to happen

Sharlene Markin CEO of Road Craft Gympie.

"We set people up to fail in front of their peers

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