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Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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New recruit pup Uzi joins Bundaberg Police

He may be small but police puppy Uzi will be taking part in some pretty big challenges as part of his role as new recruit at the Bundaberg Police Station.

ATV added to Bargara police fleet

Bargara Police have a new all terrain vehicle (ATV) for local patrols thanks to support from the Bargara Progress Association.

Laurie shares police stories in Keeping the Peace

Police officers have endless tales about the job and retired Police Assistant Commissioner Laurie Pointing shares these in Keeping the Peace.

Mark Cartner recognised for Walk of Life program

Bundaberg police officer Mark Cartner has been recognised for his years of dedication helping local youth through the Walk of Life program.

Heavy penalties target distracted drivers

Queensland has introduced the toughest penalties in Australia for drivers and cyclists illegally using mobile devices behind the wheel.

Mayor thanks Inspector Swindells for service

Mayor Jack Dempsey called in at Bundaberg Police Station today to wish Inspector Pat Swindells all the best and thank him for his service.

Distinguished Dog Squad handler retires

Australia's longest serving police dog squad handler, Bill Applebee from Bundaberg, is retiring after 40 years of distinguished service.

Road safety on the agenda for pint-size police visitors

Gin Gin police recently hosted some special visitors from the bush who met the station puppy and received expert tips on road safety.

Gregory River fire forces road closures

Police advise drivers travelling in the Gregory River area to expect road closures and delays as conditions are continually changing.

New officer in charge at South Kolan station

Acting Sergeant Ryan Thompson is the new relieving Officer in Charge (OIC) of South Kolan Police Station and is keen to get to know the South Kolan community.

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