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Driver caught travelling over 250kmh near Helensburgh

A MAN has been charged after he was caught allegedly travelling at up to 260kmh just north of Helensburgh on Sunday morning. Wollongong Highway Patrol officers were patrolling the M1 Princes Motorway when they detected a blue Nissan 200SX allegedly travelling at up to 260kmh in a sign-posted 110kmh zone about 2.30am. Officers eventually stopped … Continue reading

Speeding driver nabbed at Otford

A DISQUALIFIED driver will face court next month after being detected travelling more than 60kmh above the sign-posted speed limit in the Royal National Park at the weekend. Sutherland Traffic and Highway Patrol Command were conducting speed enforcement duties on Lady Wakehurst Drive, Otford, about 2pm on Saturday when they detected a VW Golf hatch … Continue reading

Bulli Pass chase

POLICE have charged a man who was detected travelling at more than 200kmh at the bottom of Bulli Pass last night. About 7.20pm on Wednesday police will allege that they spotted a white Holden Commodore doing a burnout at the intersection of Lawrence Hargrave Drive and Bulli Pass. Highway Patrol officers followed the vehicle west up … Continue reading

Traffic warning as holiday season gets underway

POLICE are out in force on Illawarra roads to ensure motorists get to their destination safely this Christmas. Increased traffic is expected on major thoroughfares as people travel to popular holiday spots. Motorists can expect an increased police presence on the roads with officers targeting speeding, drink-driving, seatbelt and other traffic offences. The operation commenced … Continue reading

P plater nabbed on F6 at Helensburgh

A PROVISIONAL licence holder has allegedly been caught travelling well over the speed limit in Helensburgh on Monday. About 3.40pm on Monday police allegedly detected a 19-year-old P-plate driver travelling at 198kph in a 110kph zone on the F6 Freeway at Helensburgh. He was driving a Mitsubishi Magna at the time, and was also issued … Continue reading

Warning to motorists: School’s back next week

WITH the start of the school term, Wollongong City Council will use electronic messaging signs to remind drivers to slow down around schools. The four signs include a speed detector that flashes the speed of cars driving through a school zone. “This campaign is about reminding drivers to keep their speed below 40kmh in school … Continue reading

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