Police departments across Australia have provided varied responses to a learner driver receiving a hefty $1600 fine for breaching stage three coronavirus restrictions.
The Victorian teenager has been given a $1652 on-the-spot fine for breaching the coronavirus stage three restrictions, but plans to challenge it in court.
The 26-year-old driver allegedly returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.202 after crashing into a pole with two passengers in the car.
Although the majority of responders agreed they should slow down, there was debate over the speed they should reduce their vehicle to.
The officer had been at the scene of a baby's death for several hours prior to receiving the nasty note.
A tearful Michelle Bridges has apologised for a 'gross error in judgement' after she was caught drink-driving with a child in the back seat.
A 23-year-old driver's mistake led to a $2000 fine after being pulled over with a nine-month-old baby, 2-year-old and 4-year-old in the back of his ute.
The 74-year-old was pictured parking in a disabled spot in Sydney's northwest and was confronted by another man.
WARNING – DISTRESSING CONTENT: The elderly Maltese terrier was covered in its own faeces, live maggots, fleas and pus.
As the school year begins police have created a startling ad to warn parents of the dangers of drug driving.