LISTEN: Native title creates 'split' in Darumbal people

Darumbal elders Dean Edmond and Lester Adams want to fish, hunt and perform traditional ceremonies on their land without interference

CQ woman broken but not beaten by crash

Joan Dodsworth was seriously injured in a ’horrendous’ car accident in Bungundarra.

Emergency services working the scene of a serious two-vehicle crash

Larry the lizard abducted

Lucy Tempone and Cathy Muggeridge with Lizzy at Kallahra Child Care Centre.

Larry the lizard abducted

Road safety top priority with $15M Hwy upgrade

Road safety top priority with $15M Hwy upgrade

LISTEN: Jobs share spotlight at Capricornia candidates debate

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Candidates for Capricornia Kate Giamarelos, Leisa Neaton, Lindsay Temple, Ken Murray and Michelle Landry at the debate at CQUni last night.

Jobs debate forced to share the spotlight with education, health and regional...

Election debate: ‘Pipe down’ Capricornia

Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry

Audience gets fired up at election debate

Graeme is not kidding around when it comes to GKI

BOLD MOVE: Activist Graeme Dunstan has painted another message over Dominic Doblo's controvercial sign.

Graeme Dunstan takes to Doblo's sign twice in as many weeks

Rockhampton couple celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

LOVE BIRDS: Anne and Patrick Gowman on their wedding day on July 23, 1966.

Anne and Patrick Gowman celebrate 60 years of marriage.

Rocky chasing a slice of the sporting cake

TCC player Sam Murphy in the Indenpendent Secondary Schools Confraternity Carnival rugby league game against Pardua College. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

$100,000 tourism injection a possibility for Rockhampton

Rockhampton artists use CBD as their blank canvas

BRUSH OF GENIUS: Emma Ward and Nora Hanasy use their artistic talents to give empty Rockhampton CBD shopfronts a splash of colour in a bid to entice shoppers. Photo Chloe Lyons / The Morning Bulletin

GALLERY: Rockhampton shopfronts revitalised in bid to lure shoppers

CQUni graduate Matthew’s bright future in electricity

FULLY CHARGED: Matthew White accepts the David McPherson Memorial Prize, presented by Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Bowman at the recent CQUni Student Awards evening.

Uni student graduate among the bright sparks mapping electricity use

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LETTER: Are we in danger of losing our sense of humour?

Now the dust has settled on the Eddie McGuire Caroline Wilson affair I would just like to ask a question.

READER'S VIEW: Australia Post a waste of time and money

CHANGING TIMES: Changes to Australia Post prices and delivery service take effect today.

It took 12 days for a letter to come from Sydney to Rocky

READER'S VIEW: CQ needs growth not unfunded pledges

Leisa Neaton campaign launch. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

Landry has gained $1.4 billion for CQ to support growth and jobs

READER'S VIEW: Make Central Queensland a dogs world

DOGS TRAVEL TOO: Lyn Laskus (pictured with Lucy at the RSPCA Million Paws Walk) says CQ needs to be more dog friendly.

Let's make CQ as dog-friendly as some places down south

Treasurer eases his new super rules

Noel Whittaker, Director of Whittaker Macnaught Pty Ltd

The government's super changes explained.

Working full time and being a mum just as hard as each other

"Everyone is in different situations with their own challenges."

Couple are seeing beauty in everything through the lens

RAY and Norma Channells can see beauty in the most unusual and unexpected places, thanks to their love of photography.

Lions helping hand for St Vincent de Paul's Winter Appeal

THANK YOU: Yeppoon President of the St Vincent de Paul Conference Rick Williams with Yeppoon Lions Club Mint Chairman Evan Lee with a cheque for $600 which will go towards St Vinnies Winter Appeal.

Van comes down every Thursday night to feed the homeless

Pool makes a splash with Emu Park swimmers after upgrades

SWIM STARS: Josh Emery and Keeley Stuart enjoy the upgraded facilities at the Don Ireland Swimming Complex.

Work results in increasing lifespan of pool by up to 20 years

Chrissy connects with nervous workers at Yeppoon book store

INSIGHT: ABC Capricornia chief of staff, Chrissy Arthur interviewing HSA support worker Bo Hawe, Yellow Door Books and gifts coordinator Jenny Reid, HSA CE Grant Searle and Yellow Door volunteer Ben Kelley.

ABC’s Chrissy was keen to hear how clients learn new skills

Shedding light on those that help our native wildlife

KIND CARERS: Proactive community member Malcolm Wells went out to Adelaide Park last weekend to help in the rescue of an injured kangaroo that had been reported by a landowner.

“The poor animal appeared to have been mauled by a dog ..."

FISHING TAILS: Sensational winter fishing

PERSONAL BEST: Sophie Robertson with a PB yellowfin bream at 42cm caught in Coorooman Creek not long ago.

Coorooman Creek and Corio Bay are hot spots at present

Mooloolaba sexual assault: Do you know this man?

Police have released this image of a man they believe may be able to assist their investigation into a sexual assault at Mooloolaba.

Police call for information over sexual assault in Mooloolaba

Bob’s living life on the edge so others don’t have to

BIG JUMP: Bob Sherwell is skydiving from 15,000ft to raise money.

Bob has no normal 86th birthday plans

REVEALED: Investors announce plans for $400m water park

A sketch of the proposed new water park

Investors plan $400m Sunshine Coast tourism venture

Jail for cashed-up drug addict

Before getting nabbed this Mackay man had a small fortune in cash

Grantham flood fraudster loses appeal

AFTERMATH: Emergency services in Grantham after the deadly 2011 floods. A new inquiry will investigate if man-made features contributed to flooding.

As Grantham was on its knees Blackmore ripped off the system

SPOLIER: What Heston will have them making on Masterchef

Heston Blumenthal is a guest judge on the MasterChef panel this week.

This one may just be the trickiest cook of yet

Packer's Sydney Casino approved

A Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo of Crown Chairman, James Packer at the Crown AGM in Perth. Mr Packer has been named in the 2014 Australian BRW Rich 200 list.

The project is $1.5 billion

Coalition to back Royal Flying Doctors

Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The Service supports the Coalition's plan, will Labor do the same?

Coalition to find $2.3 billion in welfare budget savings

Both Centrelink and Medicare services will be located a new look Maroochydore Service Centre from Monday 18 May.

But a lot of the money will go on promises they've already made.

Why Baden-Clay's lawyers say he's not a murderer

Gerard Baden-Clay

The QLD DPP has moved to have Baden-Clay found guilty of murder

BREAKING: Teen fronts court for crash that killed Hope Dell

Hope Dell

Crash victim's mum make emotional statement

This woman just shut Trump down, big time

Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton source AAP

Her blistering attack makes it likely she'll be on Hillary's ticket

Pope says Church owes gays an apology

In huge news for the LGBT community the Pope says apology warranted

Mass casualties in Lebanon

One of the injured from the Qaa attacks. Source AAP.

Suicide bombers have wreaked havoc in the small town

WATCH: How a texan llama uses a leaf blower to stay cool

A Texan zoo has found a creative way to keep a llama cool

Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson

Pauline Hansen in Gladstone June 24, 2016. Pauline and Fraser Anning.Photo Mike Richards / The Observer

FLYNN voter visits his favourite pollie.

Because New Zealand’s big things look like erm.....

We've compared Australia's big things with NZ's

Footballer given brown...I mean, red card for farting

Swedish soccer player Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was given a red card for breaking wind deliberately

‘What, am I not allowed to break wind a little?’

NO HANGUPS: More than 1 million Aussies on phone during sex

Mobile phone addiction

Mobile phone addiction has hit a new low

Say hello to KFC's creepy new colonel

KFC's new colonel looks as though he's been deep-fried

Tweed Shire couple shows generous spirit on The Briefcase

Murwillumbah parents Troy and Mem Hockley in a scene from the TV series The Briefcase.

TROY and Mem Hockley give more than they receive on divisive show.

REVIEW: Turtle power returns with shell-shock sequel

FOR REVIEW AND PREVIEW PURPOSES ONLY. Leonardo and Splinter in a scene from the movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. Supplied by Paramount Pictures.

Tamara MacKenzie reviews the latest TMNT: Out of the Shadows

Murwillumbah couple to feature on The Briefcase tonight

Murwillumbah parents Mem and Troy Hockley will appear on the TV series The Briefcase.

PARENTS will face dilemma over briefcase containing $100,000 cash.

REVIEW: Game of Thrones S6E10 The Winds of Winter

Emilia Clarke and Peter Dinklage in a scene from season six episode 10 of Game of Thrones.

*WARNING this story contains spoilers for today's season final*

The Hard Word speaks to Carnifex

Carnifex are about to release new music with their sixth album. Photo Contributed

We talk life, blood, and metal.

NOW HIRING: Sekisui House among 10 firms with local jobs

Beautiful Yaroomba, south of Coolum.

A controversial developer is among 10 firms with local jobs on offer

Fishing entrepreneur hooks $40,000 to kickstart business

STOKED: Scott Vander Hulst is rapt investors have funded The Tackle Table’s first manufacturing run.

A SUNSHINE Coast man's dream has come true thanks to local investors

Cruising Jewel a gem for local businesses

Glad they got some sunshine.

Sunshine Coast businesses enjoyed a welcome winter bonus yesterday

Emirates to add two new A380s to Australian services

A Qantas A380 (left) and an Emirates A380 performing a fly-over at 1500 feet over the Sydney Opera House, Sunday, March 31, 2013. The fly-over was to mark the partnership between Qantas and Emirates, and is believed to be the first time anywhere in the world where two commercial airline A380's have flown in formation.

This month Emirates celebrates 20 years of flying to Australia

LISTEN: Six illegal Bowen workers await deportation

AIN'T ALL BAD: Backpackers like Alice Arzenton, Irene Brussa and Jasmine Piller are thrilled to have found somewhere like Robertson Flower Farm in Bundaberg that treats them well. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail

Carl Walker applauded the tough approach.

Samsung's new camera lets you create 360-degree content

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