MORE than 200 motorists have been caught speeding in a five-day period as part of Operation Rapid.

Conducted by Traffic and Highway Patrol between July 5-9, a total of 16 officers on 13 bikes and three vehicles were deployed onto Coffs Harbour and Clarence Valley roads in a bid to reduce road trauma on the North Coast.

A total of 604 RBT's were conducted throughout the operation.

A motorist was charged for high-range drink-driving and another for mid-range drink-driving.

Officers detected 214 speeding offences, 17 motorists using mobiles, 18 not wearing seatbelts, 5 unregistered/uninsured vehicles, and 43 other offences.

Officers also laid charges on an unlicenced driver who had never held a licence, and a person who was driving while their licence was disqualified.

Officers also charged a motorist who was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant.

Marching against sexual violence

Marching against sexual violence

Women (and friends) ready to reclaim night.

Fraser acts on ramp, slipway

premium_icon Fraser acts on ramp, slipway

COULD there be a better time to talk about the boat ramp?

You’re never too young to be heart smart

You’re never too young to be heart smart

KEEPING your heart healthy at any age is easy if you know how.

Local Partners