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South Golden Beach party draws seven PINS from Tweed/Byron Police

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Police say they raided a party at South Golden Beach on Wednesday evening and issued PINs to seven people.

Shortly after 9pm Tweed/Byron Police received numerous calls in relation to a house party in Robin Street, South Golden Beach.

Upon arrival, a 54-year-old woman told police a number of couples were gathering for a birthday party inside.

Hiders and runners

Officers entered the home and located six other people inside, some were hiding under bedding and behind a garden shed to avoid police detection.

All seven people – aged between 29 and 61 – were issued with $1000 PINs for breaching the Public Health Order.

Police are conducting further inquiries into other persons who were present at the party and ran from the home when police arrived.


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6 COMMENTS

  1. Round them up, send them to camps for complimentary ‘hot showers’
    fear is the only way to control them (us)
    how dare anyone question or challenge anything our government enforces on us.

  2. I can understand ones own celebration is more important then the health and safety of others around. Privilege comes in many guises, Stupidity too.

  3. What idiots. I don’t like dobbers but really these people need to be fined for blatantly ignoring rules which could put everyone at risk. Have a zoom party you stupid people

  4. You could understand if they were the selfish people in Sydney who don’t care about anyone else but themselves, or are they part of the selfish minority demographic that has turned up in the Northern Rivers in the last 10 years or so.
    Hopefully no cases come from it so we can get back to normal as soon as possible.

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