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Topic: road safety

School holiday road safety with a furry friend

Police have reminded the community it's important for road safety to break up long journeys during the school holidays and have a rest.

Moore Park Road intersection upgrade starts soon

The Department of Transport and Main Roads will soon start work to upgrade a 1.2km section of Moore Park Road near the Booyan Road intersection, Welcome Creek.

Three flashing school zone signs announced

Transport Minister Mark Bailey visited Bundaberg today and met Mayor Jack Dempsey. The Minister announced new flashing zone signs to improve...

Norville students add colour to Road Safety Week

Norville State School students recently spent some time colouring for a cause with help from Senior Constable Karen McNish during Queensland Road Safety Week.

Smiley face signs encourage good driving

Signs which light up with a smiley face when motorists follow the speed limit are having a positive impact on driver behaviour in the Bundaberg Region.

Truck Friend-Lee: Kernaghan supports local campaign

Country music legend Lee Kernaghan has thrown his support behind a Bundaberg man’s Truck Friendly campaign to educate caravanners on road etiquette.

Gin Gin driver reviver site fights fatigue

Police and QFES personnel opened the Gin Gin driver reviver site on Friday during Road Safety Week to help combat fatigue on the Bruce Highway.

Seniors road safety exhibition

A special seniors road safety exhibition will be held on Wednesday, 28 August 2019 to provide information during Queensland Road Safety Week.

Black Spot Program upgrades Tirroan Road

Realignment work to Tirroan Road is expected to be complete later this month, providing a major safety boost for motorists travelling in the Gin Gin area.

14 drug drivers booked in police traffic blitz

Bundaberg police have conducted a two-day traffic operation targeting a number of offences and booked 14 drug drivers.

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