Extract from a report in the Morning Bulletin September 25, 1917

Revisit the historical battle that is Polygon Wood before you commemorate the 100 year anniversary Sunday, September 24.

Rockhampton commemorates Polygon Wood anniversary

BRAVE BATTLE: Australians build a plank road at Polygon Wood to bring up supplies.

100 years has passed since the Battle of Polygon Wood

Attacker's insults show intention to kill, Crown claims

It's time for a jury to decide whether Mr Conlon is guilty of attempted murder.

He had the 'presence of mind to hide weapon, prosecutor says.

Live snake thrown at woman triggers disturbance

The snake was reported to be still loose in the home.

RSPCA called to house where python is on the loose after fracas.

CQ teen's stabbing charge: 'It could have been murder'

Detective Senior Sergeant Luke Peachey updates the Rockhampton media on a stabbing in Emerald overnight.

Jack Alan Bridgeman, 18, allegedly launches metal pole, knife attack

New pics: Massive fine warning over slain Fitzroy croc

Images of a 5.2m crocodile found shot in the Fitzroy River, Rockhampton on Thursday, September 21. Police and the EHP are appealing for public assistance in their investigations to find the culprit.

A close up look at the whopping 5.2m croc shot in Rockhampton

Mining jobs bounce back at one of CQ's largest employers

Dannielle Weston went from bank teller to the face of Hasting Deering's apprenticeship program in 2016 after completing her four-year diesel fitting apprenticeship.

The company needs to fill about 70 positions in Mackay and Rocky

Shock Rocky killing: Years of chaos until new 'Croc Father' emerges

EXPERT OPINION: Koorana Crocodile Farm owner John Lever explains the flow-on effect after the death of Rockhampton's King Croc. Pictured, he feeds one of his bigger crocs. Photo Chris Ison

Local expert says brutal shooting was 'no chance meeting'

Qantas unveils major win for Rocky Airport business flyers

Qantaslink has released a new flight schedule for its Rockhampton to Cairns run, which has more convenient flight times and increased services.

Expanded services, re-timed flights deliver coup for Rocky Airport

Police launch man hunt to find Rocky's king croc killer

Do the crocodiles in the Fitzroy have the right to defend their home?

Top cop reveals how long the gunshot killer could spend behind bars

Inside Rocky's Stockland store shoppers have been praying for

NEW CHAPTER: QBD Rockhampton book shop manager Kelly Leonard with staff Renata and Penny outside the newly opened store.

'I've had people literally throw themselves on my counter...'

Rocky hospital's multi-million dollar expansion underway

EXPANSION SITE: Fr,om left, Jerry Lynch, Lynne Sheehan and Clayton Broom at Rockhampton's Mater Hospital. Ms Sheehan is Mercy Health and Aged Care CQ CEO, Mr Lynch is Mercy Health and Aged Care CQ Engineering Services Officer and Mr Broom is Griffin Builders site manager.

Major works expected to be completed in January, 2018

iPhone 8: So what are the cheapest deals around?

So what's the best deal with the latest iphones

Comparison website has crunched the numbers

Chief economist gives CQ forecast for coal, cattle, tourism

Leading economist Michael Knox flew into Rockhampton to deliver some good and bad news for the region's cattle and coal industries.
PICTURED: Sale30d CQLX stockman Max Frame herds in another yard of cattle for selling at last Friday's cattle sale. Janie Kayes 30/4/10

'Do you want the good news or the bad?': Leading economist

REVEALED: $800M CQ development to create 350 jobs

Lacour Energy is undertaking a feasibility study into the project.

Lacour Energy has embarked on a feasibility study

Real estate insider's in-depth look at Cap Coast property market

Yeppoon Real Estate principal Esme Coren reveals what's happening in the local market.

One suburb has outshone all others 'by far' for sales, rentals

Sell dog shares before they bite you

Paul Clitheroe says turning over your shares frequently will only stack up brokerage. Plus, you may miss out on dividends and potentially be out of the market during upswings.

Paul Clitheroe on buying and selling shares.

'Financial stress' for firm's former staff as $61m owed

Dalby-based Ostwald Bros announced 260 redundancies last month.

How best to claw back millions owed? That's still to be figured out.

Energy prices, sex positions in colourful Coast PM visit

VISIT: Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull MP at the Caloundra RSL with Ted O'Brien MP (L) and Andrew Wallace MP (R).

Malcolm Turnbull given warm welcome in historic Coast visit

Apple Watch Series 3 has embarrassing glitch

Apple Watch Series 3

Apple has admitted there is a fault

Coffs truck nightmare 'a part of the job'

TRUCKING HELL: Truck drivers have accepted Coffs Harbour as a nightmare spot.

Coffs Harbour is a trucking hell

Illustrious Coast restaurant site on the market for $11m

Sails Restaurant in Noosa is selling for $11 million.

Restaurant with prime waterfront site selling for $11 million

LETTERS: 'Love' is confused with intimacy

Letter writer Nev Richards says feeling "love” doesn't give you the right to get married.

OPINION: Promote political change from within

POLITICAL POWER: Instead of complaining about politicians, Michael J. Ireland says to find a political party that suits your own views and join up.

Michael J. Ireland says democracy only works if we take part in it.

Forget religious freedom, focus on human freedom

A reader says there is nothing 'free' about religious belief that is built on authoritarian ideas.

THE term 'religious freedoms' worries me - it's an oxymoron.

LETTERS: Perplexed by same sex marriage debate

Alan Nicolson is perplexed by the views of some people about the same sex marriage debate.

Alan Nicolson says marriage and religion aren't related

POLLIE TICKLED: I'd pay each MP millions for a good decision

It was a fading institution before the same-sex vote, but Australia Post is front and centre again.

A faded institution is enjoying a resurgence

You can support diversity without fear

Bring brotherly love to every exchange is also good for our health!

You can support diversity without fear

SOAPBOX: Why we should never forget Daniel

Billy Tindall is running from Melbourne to the Sunshine Coast for Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

It's coming up to 14 years since Daniel was abducted

INLAND RAIL: Decision met with criticism, concerns

Federal Infrastructure and Transport Minister Darren Chester reveals the route at the Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise offices.

How the decision was made and the reactions that followed

Drought-battling farmers may be forced to euthanise cattle

Southeast Queensland graziers could be forced to euthanase cattle because of drought and soaring temperatures. Picture: Stewart McLean

“We have an animal welfare responsibility to the cattle.”

Sort of boobs men fancy is very surprising

Search data shows a shift in types of boobs people want to see online

The Sort Of Boobs Men Fancy Are Very Surprising

First aid gets a dose of reality

LIFE-LIKE SCENARIOS: Nola Pearce adds the finishing touches to a TraumaSim participant.

Emergency situation training may help drivers in the field

Russia says it will strike at US allies in Syria

A Russian military helicopter flies over a desert in Deir al-Zor province, Syria. Russian special forces are helping Syrian government troops fight Islamic State militants in the battle under way for the strategic city of Deir al-Zor.

Battle for Raqqa in Syria heats up

Abbott staffer speaks out after alleged assault

Is this the swollen lip Tony Abbott received? Picture: AAP Image/Jim RiceSource:AAP

Tony Abbott staff member speaks out after 'assault'

Kim attacks 'frightened dog' Trump

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani meets with US President Donald Trump at the Palace Hotel during the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

I will tame the mentally deranged US dotard with fire, says Kim

Bernardi blunder results in shock windfall for charity

Australian Conservatives Senator Cory Bernardi speaks during a debate of anti vilification legislation during the Same Sex marriage survey in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Wednesday, September 13, 2017.

Backlash against Bernardi tweet means big dollars for charity

Brexit tide turns as people learn it is complex

British Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday at UN headquarters in New York.

May out to convince EU leaders of importance of progress

Looming storm season to test BOM's 'dual-polarisation' radar

"It's great to have it online in time for the severe weather."

The simple mortgage fix that could save you thousands

Avoid interest-only loans or pay the price

Protestor who set himself on fire outside NZ parliament dies

Another witness saw the man walking around on fire, then heard a high-pitched scream and saw the man fall over.

Man suspected of custody dispute allegedly self-immolated

Model tells ‘every sex slave detail’

Chloe Ayling.

Chloe Ayling is to tell all about her Black Death sex slave ordeal

Mathematical theory predicts the end of the world

Everyone loves a doomsday prophecy, right? US: Atomic Scientists Move Doomsday Clock 30 Seconds Closer to Midnight January 26Source:Supplied

We may have just 82 years to avert disaster, according to maths

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

Web series to poke fun at Noosa on national stage

The Circle will stream on Domain next month.

Pot-shots for sarongs, fitness fanatics, early-morning leafblowers

Alleged Beerwah arsonist to face court

Pair set fire to store to claim insurance, police will allege

Fine for busker with dangerous item in case

A busker was fined after police found something potentially dangerous in his guitar case.

Busker fined after police found something unusual in guitar case

Epic camel train stops in Gympie amid 2000km journey

Outback camel train on epic healing journey to the coast

Latham strikes at Yunupingu

Former Labor leader Mark Latham has caused outrage with an offensive tweet about the state memorial service for late Aussie music legend Dr G Yunupingu.

His tweet indicated he had never heard of the triple platinum muso

SPIDER INVASION: 'This is the thing nightmares are made of.'

The spider web covering a huge patch of Pialba backyard.

Hate spiders? This story definitely won't change that.

Only movie trailer you need to see this week

IT’S been almost four years since the last Wes Anderson film. So feast your eyes on the trailer for Isle of Dogs because it is everything you want it to be.

Biggest Bachelorette mystery solved

Jourdan suffered an injury on the first episode of The Bachelorette.

ONE moment this week left viewers absolutely stumped.

Holly Valance picks unusual name for new daughter

Holly Candy and husband Nick have added a new baby to the family.

Former Neighbours star and her husband are parents for a second time

Riverdale star’s car crash has sparked an on-set protest

Riverdale star KJ Apa (left) crashed his car after falling asleep behind the wheel.

KJ APA had finished a 16-hour day when he fell asleep at the wheel.

Pathetic clash: ‘Piece of s***!’

Sophie Monk handles the boys on The Bachelor.

She gave him the first kiss, but Sophie may have created a monster.

Proof Aussies get a raw deal on digital entertainment

That’s probably a US-based catalogue.

Aussies are getting a raw deal on digital entertainment

Karl Puschmann: Seinfeld takes on Seinfeld

'Jerry Before Seinfeld' was never going to deep-dive into Seinfeld's soul but it does offer one telling insight.

What's the deal with Jerry Seinfeld?