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4 -- Capricorn Coast Mirror -- Wednesday, December 23, 1987 -- Early Edition

Police want a safe Christmas

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Bayfield push THE gazettal of vacant crown land at the proposed Bayfield National Park area north of Corio Bay, known as stage one, an area of 4600 hectares is beina strongly pressed by Member for BroadsoundbDenis Hinton. "I am directly responsible for the preventation of the area being declared an environmental park under the trusteeship of the Iwasaki San'o Company by former premier Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen," he said. "I have had talks with National Parks Minister Geoff Muntz and new Mines Minister Martin Tenni about early action on the gazettal." Mr Hinton said he could see no reason why immediate action could not proceed and will be pressing that the matter be raised at cabinet level. "The natural beauty of the area belongs to the people and must be preserved for recreational use."

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ABOVE: The environment centre opened its door for business this week and pictured are Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland Capricorn branch publicity officer Gary Roberts and centre coordinator Rosemary Burgess holding some of the t-shirts for sale in the shop. The centre will open Monday to Saturday from 10a'm to 5.30pm. Inside the shop are hical crafts, shirts and information about the environment.

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THE Capricorn Coast's police will be working to make the area safer for people both on the sea and on the roads. Office-in-charge Sgt 1/c Ken Tanzer there were a number of things people could do to avoid getting into troublewith the police ... and all it boiled down to was using commonsense. "If you are going to drink, don't drive," Sgt Tanzer said. "There will be extra police patrolling the Coast during the Christmas and New Year break. "The Reduced Impaired Driving (RID) programme will also be operating on the Coast. We aim to make the roads safe for caring motorists." Sgt Tanzer said the Yeppoon Water Police would also be looking to make the sea channels a safe place for people to enjoy recreational pursuits. He said officer-in-charge of Yeppoon's Water Police was Sgt John Campbell who is assisted by Senior Constable Noel Perkins. "Both will be making regular patrols to ensure the water is safe for people," Sgt Tanzer said. He reminded people that stealing, including shoplifting, were chargable offences. "If someone is tempted to steal they should think twice about their actions," Sgt Tanzer said. "Ask yourself would you like someone to take this from you ... it's only commonsense." He also warned would-be shoplifters many businesses were aware goods could be stolen so they had employed more staff to watch out for offenders. Another place Capricorn Coast police will be aiming to make safe is the beach. Sgt Tanzer said people should think of others and not throw their bottles or rubbish on the beach but use the rubbish bins provided. "If one of those bottles breaks, some little child playing in the sand might cut themself badly," Sgt Tamer said. "Also, it is an offence to drink alcohol on a road, public park or reserve." Sgt Tanzer said if people used commonsense during the holidays, the police's duty would be more pleasant, but if someone does break the law they can expect to have to deal with the police. Sgt Tanzer hopes all Capricorn Coast residents will have a safe, happy, Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.

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