Man goes back to court to change curfew

A YOUNG man on strict bail conditions after allegedly "brandishing an axe" toward a taxi driver has faced court again.

Kye Ashley Binstead, 20, faced the Hervey Bay Magistrates Court on Wednesday to attempt to change his 24-hour curfew condition.

Defence lawyer John Milburn said Binstead had appointments relating to potential employment opportunities.

Magistrate Graeme Tatnell allowed Binstead to leave the home to pursue employment.

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