Crash delays Sexton traffic


TRAFFIC on Minjungbal Drive faced lengthy delays last night after three cars crashed due to a broken down vehicle.

According to Constable Meredith Green of Tweed Heads Police, the initial breakdown happened in a dangerous position on Sexton Hill.

As the traffic banked up, three cars crashed on the southbound Minjungbal Drive entry to the Pacific Highway on Sexton hill.

Two drivers were taken to Tweed Hospital suffering minor injuries and shock.

Const Green said investigations would continue.

Rally update for tourism

TWEED Tourism will hold a networking night on September 22 with a special rally update. Big4 North Star Holiday Resort Seascape Marine Centre will host the night from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.

Guest speakers include Tweed Tourism general manager Phil Villiers and Ian Beadle, owner of the holiday resort.

Robber used screwdriver

A MAN used a screwdriver to rob an Elanora take-away store on Tuesday. About 10.50pm the man, described as being of Pacific Islander appearance, entered The Pines Shopping Centre and used the screwdriver to demand cash.

He fled with a sum of money and in a northerly direction.



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