Blue Moon gone forever

By Murray Murchison. Restaurants open and close in Trinity Beach. The swings and roundabouts of cyclones, climate change and pandemics combined with the see-sawing of capricious dining preferences, the laughing-clown social-media influencers and the house of mirrors of digital life add up to a fairground of despair. We have seen them come and go. Atlantis,Continue reading “Blue Moon gone forever”

Cold case on Almond Tree murderer

By Allan Povah Police have announced today that the Almond Tree killer investigation has been officially designated as a ‘cold-case’. This means that the investigation will now be handled by the Cold Case Investigation Team (CCIT), which consist of senior police, who have been coaxed from retirement with promises of bakery items to cast aContinue reading “Cold case on Almond Tree murderer”

Mexicans do Alligator business

By Murray Murchison. We might think we have a crocodiliac problem in North Queensland, but consider the plight of residents in central Mexico, where more than 10,000 residents have lost their lives to suspected alligator attack in the last two years. Last Tuesday, Tamaulipas resident Vanesa S├ínchez heard her dogs barking and went outside toContinue reading “Mexicans do Alligator business”

Police in hot pursuit of Almond Tree murderer

By Allan Povah. Three beach almond trees have been poisoned at the southern end of Trinity Beach. Locals are furious that the 75 year old trees will be lost forever, survived only by memories and wood-chips. Fourteen members of Far North Queensland Police CID were investigating at the scene again today, taking soil samples andContinue reading “Police in hot pursuit of Almond Tree murderer”

Sheriff wrangles gator: Robbins not impressed

By Allan Povah Footage has emerged of a Florida sheriff (above) wrangling an alligator after it was found in a residential garage. The three-legged gator, measuring about four feet in length, was captured by the Sarasota lawman using some kind of customised reptile strangling implement. Chief Crocodile Consultant for the Northern Beaches, Red Robbins, wasContinue reading “Sheriff wrangles gator: Robbins not impressed”