Four teenagers have been charged and will face court after a school was broken into and student artwork damaged in Byron Bay last month.
Between 6pm on Saturday 23 August 2014 and 10am on Sunday 24 August 2014, a high school on Broken Head Road, Byron Bay, was broken into.
At 9.30am today (Saturday 13 September), a rescue helicopter located the man’s aluminium fishing boat around 15 nautical miles east of Evans Head.
A crewman was winched on board but the seven metre long vessel was empty.
The 45-year-old man was reported missing today (Saturday 13 September) after failing to return from a trip alone to check his fish traps yesterday morning (Friday 12 September).
Two fixed-wing aircraft and a number of helicopters are currently searching the area. They are being supported by vessels from the NSW Police Force Marine Area Command, Marine Rescue NSW and Volunteer Marine Rescue and three merchant ships.
A search by police and other emergency services has located two fishermen, who were missing in their boat, off Ballina yesterday.
The two men, 25 and 34 years old, left the Ballina Boat Harbour yesterday morning (Friday 20 December 2013) to set out on a fishing trip.
About 4pm yesterday a distress call was received stating the vessel was sinking.