New service for women's health

RESOURCES available for women's health in Rocky will be boosted by the arrival of Queensland's first mobile urodynamic testing service

$2.8M LOSS: What caused 20% drop in CFMEU member money?

SHOWING STRENGTH: CFMEU district vice-president Glenn Power at a May Day march. Mr Power believes the rise of labour hire has contributed to declining membership.

Some point to the falling relevance of trade unions nationally.

41 searchers were en route to find Zilzie toddler

Have you seen Joshua? Autistic 3 year old ( cannot talk) missing in Zilzie ( keppel cove area) please keep an eye out! Joshua loved water but cannot swim. Last seen in a white nappy. If you see Joshua please call 000

Footprints and white dog key elements in finding toddler

Crash on bridge causes traffic delays across city

Queensland Fire and Rescue. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Bridge was blocked for 40 minutes

SHOALWATER: PM and Barnaby told of landholder plight

Capricornia MP Michelle Landry says the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce are now clearly aware of emotional and financial plight facing landholders in the Shoalwater Bay district - where Defence want to acquire more land for military training.

Families, livelihoods and homes come first

Council raises prospect of waterslides for north Rocky

COUNCIL'S UNITE: Rockhampton Regional Council (RRC) joined the Central Highlands Regional Council (CHRC) at the Emerald Aquatic Centre, where three impressive waterslides have recently opened.Pictured are Rockhampton region councillor Cherie Rutherford, Central Highlands councillor Charlie Brimblecombe, RRC Cr Neil Fisher, CHRC Cr Gail Nixon, CHRC chief executive officer Scott Mason, Central Highlands mayor Kerry Hayes, Rockhampton region mayor Margaret Strelow, RRC chief executive officer Evan Pardon, RRC Cr Rose Swaddling and RRC Cr Drew Wickerson.

'We share the community's frustrations over delays': Cr Rutherford

New camera trailers catch more than 600 speedsters

EYE ON THE ROAD: Five of the new speed camera trailers were deployed across the state just before Christmas.

Introductory grace period ends Sunday

'I sat on the road and cried' - Mum reunited with Josh, 3

Joshua McMillan gave his parents the fright of their life when he wandered off from their Zilzie Bay home

Zilzie Bay missing three-year-old found in a puddle

Rockhampton's Angela Grice loses cancer battle

Rockhampton's Blair and Angela Grice and their young family.

Husband Blair says she passed peacefully in her sleep

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EXCLUSIVE: Rockets could be launched from Rocky by 2018

John Moody is hopeful Central Queensland will soon be put on the map by his commercial space company.

The region could be exploring space by 2018

REVEALED: Rockhampton region's unemployment suburb hotspots

More people are looking for jobs in the Rockhampton region.

New graph shows the areas hurting the most

$500,000 road works project now down the drain

Brooks St is due for an upgrade with poor drainage posing road and public safety issues.

Site poses 'serious safety issue' with one car crashing into a post

EXCLUSIVE: $11M cash splash to tick off big projects in 2017

CASH FIX: Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday regional councils will have some cash to spend before November. Mackay Mayor Greg Williamson wants to see some roads in the region patched up.

$11 MILLION: Jobs, projects boost for Mackay region

Police seizure shuts down Sunshine Coast business

Kimberley Mell's Hemp4Health business has been closed down by police who seized her entire supply of non-THC cannabidiod based products used as a natural treatment for a range of illnesses.

Government says patients can already access this life saving drug

Looking back, looking ahead in Noosa

NEVER-ENDING GLORY: Looking towards Laguna Bay and Hastings St from Noosa National Park.

Natural appeal of Noosa continues to attract buyers

Thousands of jobs part of $1b retirement village project

THIS YEAR: An artist impression of the new Aveo retirement village in Springfield.

Aveo Springfield unveiled this month, homes ready by July

KNIFE-EDGE: The housing tightrope we now face

Even the smallest interest rate rise will be hard for some to handle.

One if five home owners at risk, according to new analysis

Everything is coming up Rosie for one-day doctor

STOKED: Rosie Crimmins (centre) with parents Carey and Glen when she received the offer on Monday.

Toowoomba teen gets rare, first-round doctorate university offer

One Nation a big chance at next state election: Letter

'One Nation might not be the answer, but we are at the stage where both the Labor and Liberal parties are truly not.'

Man calls for research into homosexuality 'affliction'

Gay marriage.

17 November 2014

Photo Gemima Harvey/ Coffs Coast Advocate

Gay acts are not 'here to stay' says man

OPINION: Enough! Stop bullying our political leaders

I'M UPSET with how the public treat our political leaders.

OPINION: Enough is enough! Labor is betraying us too

Apprentice Baylee Rigby demonstrates correct grinding technique for senator Chris Katter, Zac Beers and Bill Shorten mp when they visited GAGAL yesterday. Other apprentices watching on are Jarrod Pengelly, Luke Ropmagnolo and Zoe Jackson.

THE Liberals attacks are bad enough, but now this!

What happened to the old politicians?

Former Health Minister Sussan Ley and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull FILE

The public is crying out for the integrity and selfless service

Project stalled: What's happening with Rocky's northside pool?

Warren Acutt says nothing has come close to the fun and excitement Aquatic Adventureland generated when it was built in 1982.

As we near the end of the holidays, the pool is still not open

MY SAY: MPs may as well just burn our money

UNBELIEVABLE: The travel claims of Sussan Ley and some of her counterparts beggars belief.

OPINION: Why not just shovel cash into the jet engine as they leave?

RSPCA slams dog owner who left pet in back of hot ute

A dog was left in the back of a ute in the hot weather on Wednesday.

A spokesman for the RSPCA has slammed a pet owner.

What happened to Mackay's most popular swimming hole?

Platypus are often spotted in the Eungella area.

REVEALED: What really happened to the swimming hole?

84-year-old crosses globe for aunt who died in 1887

TIME TRAVEL: Anne and Bridget Scanlon at the grave of Maryann McSweeney, which Bridget travelled halfway across the world to visit.

Maryann McSweeney died when she was six months old.

Landlord's nightmare: Maggots, faeces and garbage

Amanda Rehbein and Greg Snell were left devastated after they say tenants left rubbish strewn through their home and property.

Couple left with massive clean-up

PLO hits out at Australia and Britain

The Israeli settlement of Revava, near the West Bank city of Nablus.

Anger at Australia and Britain over refusal to support deal

DIY 'doctor' accused of slicing off man's testicle

Man accused of slicing off another man's testicle fronts court

Turnbull reveals Cabinet reshuffle after Ley scandal

Malcolm Turnbull

PM says wider ministerial reshuffle off the agenda

Tree felled in storm a $4000 'act of god'

Jo Walker and Kelvin Steinhardt in front of what used to be their back shed. A tree from a neighbouring property fell over during a recent storm and destroyed it.

Insurance companies won't consider storm damage claim

Man's fight over breath test refusal takes new twist

VIRAL: A still image from the YouTube video.

Pomona man arrested after outburst in Noosa court

Would you bribe your kids with money to eat their greens?

Little boy tantrum. Kid screaming. Thinkstock.

The idea was coined by Tam Fry, of the UK’s National Obesity Forum

Guard 'heard screaming', saw Byron woman next to dead cop

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Security guard 'heard screaming', saw Byron woman next to dead cop

Getty Images Most Memorable Cricket Moments of 2016

Cricket: The best images of 2016 from Getty Images

Last year was an epic one for cricket - here are the best 10 moments

Jihadis upload video promising more Turkish terror attacks

Vow to wage 'jihad' follows arrest of suspect in nightclub massacre

Former Apprentice files sexual suit against Trump

Summer Zervos first spoke about Mr Trump's alleged inappropriate behaviour last year

US president-elect accused of kissing, groping Summer Zervos

Obama's Israel stance may cost him golf club membership

President Barack Obama waves while golfing at Farm Neck Golf Club, in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the island of Martha's Vineyard.

Obama is looking to join the elite Woodmont Country Club

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

REVEALED: Unique new business opens on Coast

LOCAL FAMILY FOCUS: Chef Amber with husband and manager Cameron Kinsey and chef Kirsten Janes at Whisk in Yeppoon which officially opened on Friday.

New cafe has a personal touch

OPINION: I love you all, but get out of here

I love my grandchildren - if only kids weren't so messy!

I look forward to the end of January as much as the end of December

Why Sizzler will give away its cheese toast next week

MEET SAM: Everybody... I'd like you to meet Sam. He is enjoying some famous cheese toast. He loves it so much he wanted a snap of himself eating it. Photo Matt Green

Sizzler handing out free cheese toast, unless you're in Bundaberg

Pauline Hanson fires up at journo over travel question

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson and MP Steve Dickson announce a game changing move in the next Queensland State election.

“Excuse me,” she said, cutting off the question.

Newlyweds' act of kindness

Bronia Tindall and Fabrizio Clementi share a slice of their wedding cake with homeless man, Miller Patane, outside on Saturday. Photo by Ben Franks/Steve May/one2one Photography

"Not very many people are kind to me"

Our love affair with the internet is growing

Gympie West's Micah, Kathy, Rob and Mitchell Pitt, with their dog Winston, enjoying their devices through the National Broadband Network.

We do it in bed, at work, in the kitchen ... and on the loo.

Why Emma Watson turned down Cinderella

Emma Watson in a scene from the movie Beauty and the Beast.

HARRY Potter star has standards when it comes to Disney princesses.

Wonder Woman a ‘disjointed disaster’, says DC insider

Gal Gadot in a scene from the movie Wonder Woman.

INSIDER says the much-hyped blockbuster will disappoint.

Kid nails Swift impersonation

Seven-year-old Xia Vigor nails Taylor Swift impersonation on the Philippine talent show Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids.

TAYLOR Swift has a seven-year-old doppelganger.

Puppetry of the Penis secrets revealed ahead of show

The famed Puppetry of the Penis is coming to the Sunshine Coast for shows in Noosa and Caloundra.

WARNING: This interview contains adult themes and traces of nuts

Ariana Grande 'hardest working 23-year-old on Earth'?

Ariana Grande

Not everyone was impressed with Grande’s self-proclaimed work ethic

Why The Walking Dead cast are paid a pittance

Despite massive ratings the cast haven't been shown the money