Throughout North Queensland, and extending as far south as Stradbroke Island, there have been more than 105 crocodile sightings in the last month, sparking calls by Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) MPs for the Government to stop prioritising crocodiles over human lives and get serious about crocodile management.
Last year the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) announced that more than half of Queensland’s Driver Reviver sites, including the newly refurbished Frances Creek site south of Ingham, will close this year because they no longer meet health and safety regulations and are financially unviable.
Member for Hill Shane Knuth said the completion of the Feluga intersection upgrade was a great Christmas present for locals.
Member for Hill Shane Knuth has today (Thursday, December 15) spoken out about the incident on Wednesday, where a large crocodile attacked and ate a 45kg Labrador while on a family walk at a popular park.
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