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Columns | Feb 16th 2010
Serious accident in Nelly Bay
A magnetic Island man sustained life threatening injuries last night after the vehicle he was driving rolled on the corner of Barton Street and Mandalay Avenue in Nelly Bay.
Columns | Nov 18th 2009
Three alleged assaults on Island since Saturday
A Magnetic Island man in his 60s was allegedly assaulted early on Tuesday morning at Picnic Bay by at least one other local man who was under 20 years old. But this was just one of three different assault investigations being conducted by Magnetic Island Police since last Friday night.
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Columns | Jul 20th 2009
Seven drunken nuisances charged
Seven men were charged with public nuisance fines over the weekend on Magnetic Island.
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Columns | Dec 15th 2007
Missing backpacker located
26-year-old British backpacker reported missing in Townsville has been located.
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Columns | Dec 13th 2007
Timothy Mounsey
Timothy Mounsey
Police looking for missing backpacker
A 26-year-old British backpacker has been reported missing after not contacting friends since late last month.
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Columns | Dec 10th 2007
Bright Point apartments
Bright Point apartments
MI Police and the pillow case
Sometime during last week a somewhat bizarre theft occurred at Bright Point that has Magnetic Island Police investigating.
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Columns | Oct 22nd 2007
Forced entry at Golf Club
Magnetic Island Country (Golf) Club suffered a forced entry last Saturday night and Magnetic Island Police are investigating.
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Columns | Jun 20th 2007
One of the cars stolen from Nelly Bay car park
One of the cars stolen from Nelly Bay car park
Crime climbs on Magnetic
Following a man being charged for an alleged rape earlier this month, a reported alleged stabbing in Picnic Bay last Sunday and several recent car thefts from the Nelly Bay Harbour car park, Constable Brendan Nugent of the Magnetic Island Police, underlined the changing nature of the community when he told Magnetic Times, "Overall crime has increased by between 250 and 300 percent in the last 15 years.
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Columns | Jan 31st 2007
The 2007 Norco Ryde stolen from Shaws on the Shore
The 2007 Norco Ryde stolen from Shaws on the Shore
Rare bike stolen
On Saturday January 20 a very rare bicycle was stolen from Shaws on the Shore in Horseshoe Bay
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Columns | Feb 22nd 2006
Senior Sargent Kerry Kraut
Senior Sargent Kerry Kraut
Police start business contact register
Even on sunny Magnetic Island crime does occur. Earlier this month a storeroom at the Magnetic International Resort was broken into. Thirtytwo bottles of liquor and a quantity of cash was stolen in the night. Police are still investigating.
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Harbour terminal car windows smashed
Nine cars had their windows smashed at Nelly Bay Harbour terminal between midnight and 6am on Tuesday morning [ read more ]
Thefts at Alma Bay
Magnetic Island residents and visitors have been urged by police to be more careful with their belongings when going for a swim at Alma Bay beach since the recent theft of belongings from five people in the last week and a half [ read more ]
Vehicle Inspection Squad targets Island
The talk of the Island last weekend was more than any other matter, focussed on the stealthy return of Queensland Transport's mobile motor vehicle inspection squad [ read more ]
MI Police are investigating the theft last week of 50 assorted orchids from a Nelly Bay greenhouse [ read more ]
Readers comments
Tonia In reply to The ongoing price of Nelly Bay Harbour
It's 14 years since I last visited Maggy. I am shocked by Nelly Bay and saddened. It is insensitive, ugly and juxtaposed to the essence of Maggy. I embrace progress in general, but this is poorly conceived and executed. Shame.
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Should Magnetic Island commission a sculpture to celebrate the achievements of Julian Assange?
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