Drivers blamed for Fernvale crash

NO one was injured in a two car collision on the Fernvale Road yesterday about 1pm. Murwillumbah Police, the rural fire service and the Tweed District Rescue Squad attended the crash.

Sergeant Bill Henry said it appeared both drivers were at fault for not driving to the road’s conditions and no-one had been charged.

Mick your wages are safe, just call the police

IF your name is Mick and your wallet feels a little empty this week then the Murwillumbah Police are looking for you.

A pay packet containing an amount of cash was handed into the Murwillumbah Police Station this week. It was found in the vicinity of Joshua Street and Byangum Road and had “Mick” written on it.

If it is yours contact the Murwillumbah Police Station on (02) 6672 9499.

Red Cross appealing for your blood

THE Australian Red Cross are desperately seeking blood donors for an upcoming visit to Coolangatta.

The donor mobile unit will be in Coolangatta, on Marine Parade in front of the Coolangatta Surf Life Saving Club on Wednesday from 9am to 3pm, on December 31 from 10am to 4pm and January 2 from 9am to 1pm (Qld).

Blood donations for the Saturday visit are extremely low.

To arrange an appointment call 13 14 95 or visit the website www.donateblood.com.au.



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