Par­ents: ed­u­cate your kids

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WILD WILD WEST Po­lice at­tended a nasty as­sault in­ci­dent.

Shame to see an­other vic­tim at the hands of some­one else.

How­ever, it’s good to hear the vic­tim is re­cov­er­ing well.

An 18-year-old man is cur­rently in cus­tody, so the streets are a lit­tle safer.

The lo­cal courts are also chock­ablock as well af­ter a flat out week in town.

As we al­ways seem to say: Par­ents please ed­u­cate your kids. DRIVER BREACHES Again po­lice are deal­ing with more and more learner and re­stricted li­cence breaches, if you are smart enough to get your li­cence I’m sure you are smart enough to know the rules re­gard­ing your li­cence con­di­tions.

Re­mem­ber the main rea­son we have a grad­u­ated li­cence pro­gramme is to en­sure ev­ery­one is safe on the roads, so please take the time to think about oth­ers next time your kids hit the roads with­out the ap­pro­pri­ate li­cence.

Keep an eye on your speed, po­lice will be kick­ing into ac­tion to re­duce this as we head into sum­mer.

So think the cash is bet­ter spent on Xmas prezzies not in the in­fringe­ment bank.

Let’s have a safe sum­mer on the lo­cal roads aye.

Town has been buzzing due to great weather and a great com­mu­nity.

As al­ways this can bring in a few un­wanted guest, so keep the Crimestop­pers info rolling in on 0800 555 111

Oth­er­wise let’s get ready to have a cracker sum­mer and let’s show NZ what Whanga­mata has to of­fer in the ex­cit­ing and safest way pos­si­ble

Happy Days

Whanga­mata Po­lice

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