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Third ‘My Rockhampton’ magazine hits shelves

The cover of the recently released My Rockhampton third edition.

Magazine is the ultimate guide to what’s on and what’s happening

Plans progressing for River Reverie for 2016 event

HUSTLE AND BUSTLE: Members of the community make their way through a buzzing hive of activity at the Rockhampton River Festival. Photo Melanie Plane/The Morning Bulletin

The festival would be moved to Victoria Pde due to Quay St works

Free breakfast for homeless to be monthly event

HELPING HAND: Regional Housing Limited's Erin Evans and the Rapid Response Team members Jon Bowder and Wes Kirk and Member for Burnett Stephen Bennett promote the launch of their 'Breakfast Stop', a free Breakfast event that they hope will become a monthly event (the first Wednesday of every month) to feed the homeless and those in need and provide free advice. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail

Breakfast stop welcomes those in need

Events to mark one year anniversary of Cyclone Marcia

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk met with Rockhampton Mayor Margaret Strelow and Keppel MP Brittany Lauga at the Botanical Gardens to view the damage, after touring cyclone-affected farms along the Capricorn Coast. Photo Rachael Conaghan/The Morning Bulletin

Residents urged to lodge Neighbourhood Party details with council

Moss mixes Cold Chisel and classics for Rocky audience

Don't miss legendary Cold Chisel guitarist, Ian Moss at The Yacht Club.

ARIA winner Ian Moss delivers an unforgettable live sound

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Elvis to the Max - Rockhampton

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Morning Melodies - Rocket Man

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August's Morning Melodies is Rocket Man, a unique and entertaining salute to Sir...

The Searchers - Back By Popular Demand

The Searchers - Back By Popular Demand!

Back by popular demand! Rockhampton couldn't get enough of The Searchers when they...

Morning Melodies - The Helen Reddy Show

Morning Melodies - The Helen Reddy Show

Nikki Bennett, will perform a powerhouse tribute to the Queen of 70s pop, Helen...

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The Capricorn region's tourism takes a new lead

THE CAPRICORN region is set to see a new change to one of its biggest tourism organisations.

OPINION: Time to tell tourists the dangers of beach

BEACH FUN: Mark and Isabella Burr at Nielson Park Beach enjoying the summer holidays. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail

Tourists need education about beaches, crocodiles, driving

Changes to the "backpacker economy" would hurt Gympie

Will Taunton - Bernet general manager from Visit Oz. Photo Renee Albrecht/Gympie Times

Taxation change ‘would hurt economy’.

Backpacker tax faces opposition from farming, tourism

WATERING CANE: Industrial size sprinklers irrigate a cane farm on Goodwood Road.

Petition launched in bid to drop plan for 32.5% tax on backpackers

Sydney’s almost on top in keeping tourists entertained

Research from the first MasterCard Asia-Pacific Destination Index shows Australian cities claimed four of the top 20 destinations on this list.

Travelers to Sydney stay an average of 23.7 nights per visit

Work progressing to get the region international flights

Four planes pack the Whitsunday Coast Airport runway during a busy Saturday which saw six commercial flights land.

Dawson MP says work has begun identifying the airport infrastructure

Splashing out on $40m push to lure international tourists

NATURAL DRAWCARD: Paddleboarders enjoy the Pumicestone Passage. A new tourism campaign is focused on aquatic and coastal attractions.

New campaign showcases region's beaches and water activities

This has to be better alternative to ice addition

FISHING FANATIC: TFFC president John Reed.

One in five people participated in fishing activities in Capricornia

Group has been chasing the Emu Park Jetty dream a long time

Clive King at the Emu Park boat ramp. Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

“... it is an extension to what is already down near the Jetty"

FISHING TAILS: Good rain bringing out the best

FANTASTIC FINGERMARK: Jake Robertson scored this great eating fingermark at Emu Park.

The best fishing was down towards Port Alma

Beer & BS: Roothy tells how to keep an old truck running

John Rooth's old faithful Milo: It’s not that hard to keep an old truck flush in new parts

John Rooth lifts the lid on diesel power and Chooka’s latest hairdo.

12V tips: Five easy 4WD upgrades you can do at home

It’s a pretty safe bet there’s been more than a few divorces due to warm steaks, burnt fuses and wives tripping over tent pegs sticking out of the ground in the dark.

A few 12V upgrades can make 4WDing a whole lot more comfortable.

Camp cooking: Whip up a feast from whatever you've got

Roothy ready to get cooking on the campfire

Sometimes I just make things up to suit whatever’s in the truck.