Census helpers are on the way

Census Field Officers will visit homes that haven't already completed their Census

Census Field Officers will grab their yellow Census satchels and hit

Check out who graduated from CQUniversity this week

CQUniversity Graduation.

List of CQUniversity graduates from today's ceremony

Hats off for CQU graduation day

CQUniversity Graduation Day: Jessica Smith, Bachelor of Learning Management.

With bachelor in hand Jessica is ready for the world of childcare

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Road safety the focus for Rocky students

Queensland Road Safety Week continues

MG club torques of a great day on the road

REVVED UP: MG Car Club members enjoy a lovely day out at Farnborough and Byfield.

MG Car Club torques of great day on road.

Hot Rod show a big success

Cawarral State School held a Hot Rod Car Show over the weekend to raise money for the schools P&C; and would like to thank the Highway 66 Rodders club for their support, the Hot Rods where a big hit with the approximately 300 people who attended the event, Also a big thanks for the generous donations from the businesses around the area who supplied prizes for the raffle which raised much needed funds for the school, also thanks to the other car enthusiasts that entered their pride and joys, Paul Fisher from Boyne Island won the people's choice award in his beautifully presented 1928 Dodge 7 window sedan.

66 Rodders help raise funds for Cawarral school

Struggle to win a tight game for A Grade Seagulls

ON THE MOVE: Seagulls Ken Haxell (9) passes the ball to Tom Sullivan in the reserve grade win against Biloela at the weekend.

Scratchy first half that saw reserves and Biloela locked at 6 - 6.

New spring workshops at gallery

Fran Mc Fadzen will run a braiding workshop.

Emu Park Gallery hosts art workshops this Srpring

Isaac residents enjoy Seniors Week activities

FUN TIMES: Lorraine Tonkin and Janet Goodman from Moranbah.

Isaac residents enjoy an array of activities for Seniors Week.

National event where you can bag a bargain or earn some cash

FINDING TREASURE: Richard Morvell from Trendy Trash Rockhampton, Cr Neil Fisher, and Craig Dunglison, Manager of Rockhampton Regional Waste and Recycling gear up for Garage Sale Trail on October 22.

Do you need to give your home or business a good spring clean?

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Looking for something to do around CQ this weekend?

Fishing classic, an expo for outdoor lovers, a charity dog walk and an environmental festival feature in the region this weekend.

Revelations as bands team up for first Rocky gig

Joining Briana Ives on their 'Revelations' album launch tour is Byron Short and the Sunset Junkies

Former Rocky singer Ivey Ives launches debut EP next month

Scotland's best Pipes and Drums coming to Pilbeam Theatre

SPECIAL EXPERIENCE: The World Famous Pipes and Drums of The Royal Scots Dragon Guards will perform at the Pilbeam Theatre on October 3.

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards will perform in a spectacular concert

Funk, rock and hip hop fusion coming to CQ

Brisbane Funk/Hip Hop/Rock act Vaguely Human are coming to play at the Criterion Hotel on Saturday night.

Brisbane's Vaguely Human play in Rockhampton on Saturday

What new business is opening in Yeppoon?

HEALTHY CHOICE: Suzie Alexander and Leisa McDowell are excited to officially open their business Nourish Foods CQ in Yeppoon.

The new shop could take pride of place on the beachfront

Business in trouble as workers owed $110K

Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times

Audit on CQ businesses found some weren't paying workers fairly.

US$1.1 billion loss for gas giant

The Santos underground gas transmission pipeline, which will carry gas supplies to Gladstone, being constructed. Photo Contributed

ENERGY giant Santos has a reported a US$1.1 billion loss.

Hospital transfers halved thanks to new program

Alexandra Gardens president Sandra Thomson.

New program assists elderly before hospital becomes necessary

Riversleigh property before renovations

The historic Riversleigh property in Emu Park

Historic Riversleigh property in Emu Park before it was renovated. These images...

Riversleigh Homestead

Liz and Dan Leahy took out a Master Builders award for their work on Riversleigh homestead

Dan and Liz Leahy took out a Masters Builders award after renovating the heritage...

CQUniversity Graduation

CQUniversity Graduation Day.Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

CQUniversity Graduation

Asbestos Disease Support Society in Rocky

Amanda Richards from the Asbestos Disease Support Society talks about support...

Backpacker Murder Victim Named

British backpacker murdered in Home Hill.

Mia Ayliffe-Chung is a 21 year old British Tourist.

Students share clinical experience

Discipline Leader for Podiatry, Associate Professor Katrina Reynolds (centre) with Podiatry students (back row left to right) Charbel Daher, David Barber, Jeremy Lippiatt and Katie Bailey. Front row (left to right) Claire Johnson, Gabriela Griggs, Catherine Podesta and Bretany Appel.

Thousands treated by CQUni health students

The 'Mex' big thing for Maroochydore

An artist's impression of the new Bryant Property Group development approved for Beach Rd, Maroochydore.

NACHOS on the run is about to get a whole lot easier

Here's how $10,000 gets you 23 cars and a boat

A decent crowd turned out for the Ipswich City Council public auction of abandoned vehicles.

Two bidders clean up as old bombs set for export market

What price would you put on a kid's 'miracle'?

At nine years of age, Quiń had an accident that caused a cataract to one of his eyes. In an instant; this little boy with his whole life ahead of him faced a future of blindness.

Thousands of Aussies joining campaign to restore sight to kids

Johnny Depp 'deeply respects' Amber Heard


Amber Heard gives away $7 million settlement to charity

The true cost of 60 Minutes debacle revealed

It's a bill that would make even a silk tied barrister blush

Pilbeam Theatre to light up in song as Rockhampton youth choir hits all the right notes

The National Boys Choir of Australia, perhaps recognised by most Australians from the iconic Qantas television commercials, will perform at the Pilbeam Theatre in September with special guests the Rockhampton Musical Union Youth Choir.

Rockhampton choir joins National Boys Choir of Australia on stage

ISLAND FOR SALE: Cheap Fraser Coast island drops price again

Suna Island in the Great Sandy Strait will be auctioned by Ray White Hervey Bay on Saturday morning.

This is the cheapest island you will find for sale in Australia

How a family home can fit on a 250sq m block

This is what you can build on 250m2.

Here's the floor plan of a home built on 250sq m

$100m plan for Curtis Island 'world class' luxury resort

$100 million resort: Top views at Turtle Street at Curtis Island.

"At the moment we think it meets all the town planning approvals.”

Coast building approvals at seven-year high: report

The the 2015/16 Development Indicators Annual Highlights Report documents local development activity that took place during the last financial year.

New report shows increasing development on the Sunshine Coast

Top honours for Mackay and Whitsunday builders

The Kerrisdale Gardens property from Paynter Dixon Queensland which won them Project of the Year.

Mackay and Whitsunday builders awarded top honours last night.

Investors eye Gladstone's $4m island with resort approval

UP FOR SALE: Turtle Island is on the market.

CHINESE and Sydney investors flag interest in Gladstone island.

Father willing to do anything to work

DESPERATE: Maryborough concreter Andrew Roberts is searching for a job ... any job. He is pictured here with April, Isabella and partner Jaime-Lee Henningsen.

Andrew Roberts is just one example of the Fraser Coast's crisis

Promise of 250 jobs from Mackay region project

Bakers Creek - Corner of Cook Lane and Main Street.

Developer has promised 250 construction jobs, $316M in activity

Virtual reality used to engage unemployed young people

National Job Link uses virtual reality about working in the real world to engage young people unemployed or disassociated from school.

"If you can build their confidence, they can do anything,”

EXCLUSIVE: Charleville set to get abattoir in 2017

John Burey plans to convert his kangaroo meatwork facility to slaughter cattle.

Charleville's Kangaroo works are set to reopen in 2017.

APPLY NOW: Jobs available in CQ right now

Builder handyman with construction tools. House renovation background.

Jobs to apply for in CQ today.

Multi-storey is the last resort

INCREASED TRAFFIC: Artist impression of the Rockhampton riverbank redevelopment

Council trying to avoid having to build multi-storey carpark in CBD

Mazda6 Touring road test and review

RUNOUT SPECIALS: With a new model fast approaching, the outgoing Mazda6 should be available at a very appealing price.

Stellar mid-size class of 2016

Mini Cooper S Convertible road test and review

APPEALING DROP: Mini Cooper S Convertible cheaper and more economical, and still delights with its fun nature and excellent handling

New Mini Convertible cheaper and more economical

DASHCAM: Scooter rider learns painful lesson in wet

'BMW and scooter both made a stupid lane change without warning'

DASHCAM: Truck sends car spinning during merge madness

Dashcam captures dramatic collision.

A small sedan has terrifying crash with a truck on Brisbane onramp.