Local News Headlines Mackay & The Whitsundays, 4th of June, 2018

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POLICE are reminding residents to lock their car doors when leaving them unattended. Thieves often devoting hours to checking doors on parked cars in driveways and on the road at night. One in particular breaking in and stealing loose change from a car on DONALDSON STREET WEST MACKAY THURSDAY. If you notice any suspicious behavior please report it to POLICE immediately

 

POLICE are investigating an ANDERGROVE burglary. A home on SHELLEY COURT was broken into sometime between midnight on Monday and 5pm Thursday.Thoroughly searching the home the thieves took multiple passports and other items. If you saw anything around this time please contact Police

 

Foreign Investment could be the next big economy booster for MACKAY. Council agreeing to fund an overseas visit for Mayor Greg Williamson and Deputy Mayor Amanda Camm. The pair joining Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and other mayors at the official trade mission to the annual international BIO Convention in BOSTON. Deputy Mayor Amanda Camm says she's in the U-S to talk industry investment in pharmaceuticals for MACKAY.

 

Thousands beat the pavement for the 10th annual MACKAY MARINA RUN. Over three thousand competitors taking part in yesterday’s event ranging from social to elite, teams, solos and families. The men's half marathon race record smashed by CANBERRAN REECE EDWARDS who recently took out the record at ROCKY'S RIVER RUN as well

The MACKAY METEORS remain at the top of the Q-B-L ladder off the back of another win. The side facing off against ROCKHAMPTON ROCKETS at home in front of a roaring crowd. A final score of 112-105 securing their 6th win this season.

The score line may have been hard to reach but the conversions helped secure extra points for the MACKAY CUTTERS. Scoring four tries over the weekend’s game with two successfully converted. NICHO HYNES ensuring the side got additional points. The final score showing a 34 - 20 defeat by the WYNNUM MANLY SEAGULLS

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