Police confiscate burnout car

HIGHWAY patrol officers acting on complaints from members of the public arrested a 38-year-old Kingscliff man for driving offences last Thursday night. 

Police started getting complaints about 10:30pm regarding a car driving dangerously, doing burnouts and speeding in the Casuarina and Kingscliff area. 

Officers located the vehicle and arrested the driver issuing him with court attendance notices.

His drivers licence was suspended and his vehicle confiscated. 

Police have the power to confiscate vehicles for 'Burnout' offences. 

A confiscated vehicle will remain in the custody of police for a period of three months with holding fees being charged to the offending driver. 



Aldi store to close its doors for major renovations

premium_icon Aldi store to close its doors for major renovations

Make sure you get your Aldi fix before next week

$6.5m development planned for East Lismore

premium_icon $6.5m development planned for East Lismore

The development has 25 lots and will house 61 people

How a few phone calls led to 40 hay bales being donated

premium_icon How a few phone calls led to 40 hay bales being donated

Local farmers, business owners join forces to help those in need

Local Partners