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Drink driving – Millicent

SAPOL

A 30-year-old Rendelsham man has lost his licence for six months after he recorded a breath analysis reading of 0.095%.

The man was stopped by police for driver screening testing on Southern Ports Highway, Millicent at 9.06pm on Wednesday, 29 April.

He will appear in the Millicent Magistrates Court at a later date.


South East man drink driving charge

SAPOL

At about 10.20pm, the driver was stopped at a driver testing station on Clay Wells Road and submitted to a breath test.  The man, who had a passenger and four children in the car returned an alleged reading of 0.94. He was issued with an immediate loss of licence and his car was clamped for 28 days.

Source:- SAPOL


Anzac Dawn Service program for Beachport

Anzac Day at Beachport  will begin at approximately 6-20am with Piper Janet Bellinger and Beachport Primary Students handing out mementos.

This will be followed by the Catafalque party landing by boat and marching to the memorial.

Mr Bob Grieve will welcome and perform the opening address. Followed by Millicent High School student address with her research about 2 WW1 enlistees.

Kangaroo Inn Area School students will read diary readings of soldiers.

Wreaths will be laid to the sound of the Piper.

The last Post will follow and the Ode will be read by Peter Hill, East Timor Vet and Lions President.

Prayers will be read by Fred Smith and an Anzac Poem will be read by students.

at approximately 7-00 am will see the Tiger Moth fly past to the Australian and New Zealand National Anthems.

Flags will fly at half mast until noon.

Breakfast will be supplied by Beachport Lions at approx 7.15am on the lawn unless weather is against an outdoor breakfast and then it will be served at the Recreation Hall.