April 2015

Published a story 27th Apr 2015 11:40 AM

Gates open from 6am until sunset at Botanical Gardens and Zoo.

Vehicle access to Rockhampton Botanical Gardens and Zoo open

Gates open from 6am until sunset at Botanical Gardens and Zoo.

Published a story 27th Apr 2015 10:21 AM

Emergency services respond to reports of crash.

Single vehicle rollover on Burnett Hwy

Emergency services respond to reports of crash.

Published a story 23rd Apr 2015 11:00 AM

NICHOLAS Samuels will add three new trophies to his awards cabinet after reigning supreme on the keys at the 2015 Rockhampton Eisteddfod.

Nicholas knows key to success

NICHOLAS Samuels will add three new trophies to his awards cabinet after reigning supreme on the keys at the 2015 Rockhampton Eisteddfod.

Published a story 22nd Apr 2015 6:31 PM

$5.1M in Category C Community Recovering Funding delivered to Central Queensland.

$5M more for Marcia sufferers

$5.1M in Category C Community Recovering Funding delivered to Central Queensland.

Published a story 21st Apr 2015 9:47 PM

A RIVERSIDE park wet play area, street markets, public art displays and a WiFi technology precinct would all be in the making if Rockhampton Regional Council’s $30million riverbank makeover gets government support.

Council unveils bold $30m riverbank vision

A RIVERSIDE park wet play area, street markets, public art displays and a WiFi technology precinct would all be in the making if Rockhampton Regional Council’s $30million riverbank makeover gets government support.

Published a story 21st Apr 2015 9:22 PM

WHEN Matt Golinksi rolls into Rockhampton for Beef Australia, steak won’t be the only thing on his mind.

Matt Golinksi to be among celebrity chefs at beef fest

WHEN Matt Golinksi rolls into Rockhampton for Beef Australia, steak won’t be the only thing on his mind.

Published a story 21st Apr 2015 7:09 PM

Rockhampton ladies donate handmade dresses to Vanuatu girls.

Dresses bound for Vanuatu

Rockhampton ladies donate handmade dresses to Vanuatu girls.

Published a story 20th Apr 2015 9:22 PM

IT LOOKED like the First Central Queensland Light Horse Historical Regiment could have been a non-starter in Saturday’s historic Anzac centenary event.

How the CQ Light Horse came to lead the march

IT LOOKED like the First Central Queensland Light Horse Historical Regiment could have been a non-starter in Saturday’s historic Anzac centenary event.

Published a story 20th Apr 2015 8:18 PM

Julie Tickner, Kay Kanowski, Caitlyn Halloran and Shanay Pearce are cheering their way across Florida.

Rocky quartet cheering about US experience

Julie Tickner, Kay Kanowski, Caitlyn Halloran and Shanay Pearce are cheering their way across Florida.

Published a story 20th Apr 2015 8:16 AM

OVER 500 people spilled onto the streets of Emu Park for the official commissioning of the Emu Park Centenary of Anzac Commemorative Precinct.

Dawning of Anzac precinct

OVER 500 people spilled onto the streets of Emu Park for the official commissioning of the Emu Park Centenary of Anzac Commemorative Precinct.

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