Keep Your Word
As mentioned in last week's column: 'In a small town, word of mou
Closure of protracted drug operation – Cassowary Coast
On August 31, detectives from Tully Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) closed a four-month operation aimed at disrupting the production and supply of methylamphetamine, cannabis and pharmaceutical drugs (morphine) in the Mission Beach and Tully area.
Officers from the Far Northern Region Major and Organised Crime Squad, Tactical Crime Squad, Dog Squad and Mission Beach and Tully Police Stations executed 22 search warrants during the four-month operation.
Thirty-three people were arrested on 80 charges which include;
Quantities of methylamphetamine, morphine, cannabis and precursor chemicals were seized during the operation.
Police disrupted at least one known planned methylamphetamine cook as a direct result of the operation.
Assault charges, Herberton
A 52-year-old Atherton woman was arrested after police were called to a disturbance at a Grace Street licenced premises last night (September 6).
It will be alleged the woman argued with other patrons at various times throughout the evening, as well as verbally abusing staff before pushing a 27-year-old man over.
Police attended the venue and the woman was taken into custody. She was later charged with common assault and committing a public nuisance in a licenced premise and issued a 10-day banning notice from attending the venue.
The woman is scheduled to appear in the Atherton Magistrates Court on September 21.
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Councils and businesses can now apply for infrastructure grants to fund new services that will divert waste from landfill and convert it into healthy
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government has released funding for a multi-million dollar bridge in Dutton Street, Ingham to improve access to emer
This week the Atherton Hospital redevelopment marked a major milestone with completion of the roof on the new four-storey Clinical Services Building,
ON Monday, November 8, 2021, the Tully State High School Parents and Citizens Association, Tully Netball Association and Tully State High School celeb