Bob Katter Has Once Again Called For The Culling of Crocs

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28 November 2017

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Mackay Police and Paramedics were called to Glenella Connection Road at 7.30 last night after two cars has collided. They worked to have the Edmund Case Bridge cleared by 9pm.

Whitsunday Water police Sergeant Graeme Pettigrew is putting a number of the region's officers through their paces this week in boating training.They'll learn maritime laws and navigation skills. It's an important tool for a policing district surrounded by water

Bob Katter has once again called for the culling of crocs in the North- from Mackay to Port Douglas after a tourist was attacked by an animal at the water’s edge in Cape Tribulation. The footage was captured on an iphone by the girl's friend- she was left with punctured wounds on her left thigh.

The Whitsunday Regional Council is working with the Bowen Lions to develop a historic signage trail along Queens Beach Esplanade. They're now asking the community for their ideas. You can give your feedback TODAY at Centre Point Plaza between 9am and 1pm. Whitsunday Mayor Andrew Willcox explains the project.

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