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Rocky's own tramp park bounces open

FLIPPING SWEET: Blake Peters, co-owner of Flip Out Rockhampton, opens the doors to the trampoline park today.

LOCALS will be bouncing off the walls with adrenalin and excitement.

REVEALED: How CQ could lose 60,000 head of cattle in a year

Brangus cattle fattened off grass, on the marine plains at \"Couti-Outi\" which has been owned by the Geddes family for 140 years.

AgForce figures of impact from major project show dire result

'Crucial' farm land eyed by defence department

Lawson Geddes moving the Brangus cattle to higher ground - which is the land the Defence Department is interested taking for the Shoalwater Bay expansion.

"You can't have one without the other.”

LETTER: Hard to put faith in driverless cars

The minister for Main Roads and Road Safety Mark Bailey MP visited Queensland Raceway to officially launch the automated driving project to have cars fitted with Bosch technology.

How many really want to trust their life to a computer?

END OF ERA: Home improvement store closes its doors

Leslie Dunn grabs a bargain at Masters.

At 12.15pm today Masters staff stopped letting customers into store

Essential to get new Maroochydore CBD fundamentals right

LOOKING AHEAD: The central business district at Maroochydore is planned to be the heart of the Sunshine Coast.

SunCentral reports good progress on 53ha Sunshine Coast city heart

WALTON: The collapse that exposed an ugly industry

Sunshine Coast subcontractors on the Nambour Coles job were left $3 million out-of-pocket in the wake of the Walton Construction collapse.

Special feature looks at scale of construction industry problem

BAUPLE: Residents say 'bring back the business climate'

Marc Bromet with daughter Yolande, outside the Bauple Macadamia House.

Marc and Yolande Bromet discuss how to put Bauple back on the map.

Former Shark Show for sale for $1.3 million

Vic Hislop at the old Shark Show.

TALK about a jaws-dropping real estate opportunity.

OPINION: Parliament House protesters follow non-violent path

MP Canavan demands pro-refugee protestors should "pay the price” for their actions at Parliament House.

OPINION: How do we create the job opportunities?

Dominic Doblo and Sir Graham McCamley speaking about a dam on the Fitzroy River.
Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

How to find find the answers and prosper

Feds find the funds to help with the reef

NO 1 ATTRACTION: Healthy coral in the Capricorn Group of Islands in the Southern Great Barrier Reef.

The reef is No. 1 attraction of why tourists say they come to QLD

Criminals come out to fill their stockings

HOLIDAY DANGER: Criminals are active during Christmas holidays.

'Tis the season to be cautious!

OPINION: Three gifts for the person you secretly hate

Sandal socks - one of the most hideous creations ever to disgrace God's green earth.

HO, HO, cough, splutter, ah bugger it all.

OPINION: The secret to giving a great gift

TÄNDA Limited Edition Christmas Candle S,M,L from $29.95 (free shipping in time for Christmas), www.tandamodern.com

GIFTS are basically a form of communication

OPINION: Hot under the collar waiting for rain

Greg Bray.

FOLKS, I live in a part of Oz that doesn't get a lot of rain

Man killed after exiting bus

Ambulance generic

A MAN has died after he was hit by a car while crossing the road

A 12-year-old girl is missing from Woodridge

A 12-year-old girl has reportedly gone missing from Woodridge

Keep your loved ones safe on the road this Christmas

RACQ is urging motorists to stick to the limit this holiday season.

'The faster you go, the harder you hit'

Rome partially bans cars to curb pollution

The mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi.

Severe smog has engulfed many of Italy's major cities.

School seeks superhero as new principal

DELICIOUS FOOD: Healthy lunches are essentially for growing bodies.

Fancy yourself a superhero in teacher's clothing?

Peace deal earns Nobel Prize for Colombian leader

COMMITMENT TO PEACE: Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos (right) receives his Nobel Peace Prize medal and diploma from Norwegian Nobel committee member Berit Reiss-Andersen in Oslo.

President helped end the country's long civil war.

Putin rejects Japan's dog offer

Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Japan has been left with its tail between its legs.

Tributes for revered food writer

Sunday Times writer AA Gill.

Renowned food critic and writer AA Gill has died, aged 62.

Jakarta bomb plot uncovered

Indonesian police officers stand guard.

Indonesian police have foiled plans to bomb the presidential palace.

Key makes way for new leaders

Incoming New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English.

PM has marked his final day in the job by packing up his office.

Supporters mob Pauline Hanson 'Donald Trump of Australia'

Ms Hanson met with supporters who eagerly lined up to meet her

Why this is Australia's nicest man

Toowoomba man Jon Hart has donated some food hampers to people in need this Christmas.

Jon Hart wants to help out those less fortunate this Christmas

CIA: Russian hacks helped Trump win election

President-elect Donald Trump smiles as he listens to his pick for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speak during a rally at DeltaPlex Arena, Friday, Dec. 9, 2016, in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Trump denies allegations he had outside help from Russia

Antarctic base to be towed away from looming ice chasm

Engineers are preparing to move an Antarctic research station

Man arrested after being found with ISIS flag and loaded AK

Exterior view of the Europe headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands, Friday, Dec. 2, 2016. The Islamic State group is likely to carry out new attacks in the European Union in the near future, probably targeting countries that are members of the U.S.-led coalition fighting the extremist organization in Syria and Iraq, EU police agency Europol said in a report published Friday.

Man arrested in Netherlands on suspicion of planning terror attack

Annie Get Your Gun show a gun-slingin' wild west adventure

It'll be gun-slingin’ fun at the Yeppoon Town Hall for the next two weekends

Crab lovers help RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Service

Rotary of Yeppoon Club's Robert Blyde at the I Crab Classic held at Coucom's Crab Pots and Fishing Gear in June which raised funds for the RACQ Capricorn Rescue Helicopter Service. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror

Crab Classic raises $6500 for RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue

Krackers own Eat St event

Krackers Operations Manager and Keppel Bay Sailing Club Manager can't wait to host Tracks N Tunes at Krackers on July 29. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror

Southern Queensland food culture comes to Capricorn Coast

Lock and Hock set the stage for Annie Get your Gun debut

Amanda and Travis hock have been the directors, coreographers and producers of The Yeppoon Choral Society's upcoming production of Annie Get Your Gun at Yeppoon Town Hall this month. Photo Contributed / The Capricorn Coast Mirror

Husband and wife duo talk about importance of community productions

Restoration breathes new life on Tanby Rd

TASTY TREATS: Enjoy a delicious High Tea at Kanangra Heights on Tanby Rd.

CAPRICORN ENTERPRISE: Enjoy High Tea with a beautiful view

Hard work post-Cyclone Marcia uprooted by act of vandalism

one of the newly-planted trees that was destroyed.

Recently planted trees target of callous act of vandalism

VIDEO: Mum's panic to save daughter trapped under car

THEIR STORY: Delwynn Meloury and her daughter Katie - Annette Korczak were involved in a car crash in Raceview and are asking that drivers be careful over the Christmas break.

Ipswich family want their story to remind others about road safety

Cheeky kiwi auctions off her butt to the highest bidder

Could one 20-year-old woman turn a bad habit of mooning into cash?

Owner finds house demolished after letterbox mix up

While the property has 200 on the letterbox it is in fact 198.

Why Toowoomba Ghost Chasers page vanished

Toowoomba Ghost Chasers photographed a mysterious red 'figure' spotted at Drayton Cemetery.

The page gained attention worldwide for its ghoulish videos

Jugger: The next epic sport you need in your life

ACTION PACKED: Jugger is not a sport for the faint-hearted.

It is one third quidditch, one third jousting and one third rugby

Is Banksy in New Zealand taunting John Key?

A curious image of John Key has popped up overnight

Spiderman star used fake name to research role

Spiderman star Tom Holland.

Spiderman star went undercover at Brooklyn highschool

What's on the small screen this week

A scene from the TV documentary Running Wild: Australia's Camels.

TWO new Aussie docos will pique your interest.

EXCLUSIVE: Meet Robert Irwin, wildlife photographer

SNAPPER: Apart from wildlife, photography is Robert Irwin's great passion.

Steve's boy has a passion for photography

Louis Tomlinson's tribute to late mother

Louis Tomlinson's new single is a tribute to his late mother.

Justin Timberlake stuns students with secret class

Justin Timberlake stunned high school students in Sydney

Carrie Fisher says Ford will be bugged by affair confession

Carrie Fisher is sure Harrison Ford is annoyed at her