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Thu 20 Feb 2020

22 offenders busted in potential $3.5m ice drug bust

premium_icon 22 offenders busted in potential $3.5m ice drug bust

More than $100,000 of cash was seized, 1/2 kilo of cannabis and multiple vehicles impounded

Undiscovered artists to shine bright at music event

premium_icon Undiscovered artists to shine bright at music event

Watch a cooking pot of talent at this weekend’s Agnes Blues Roots and Rock Festival.

Who’s your Daddy? Meeting the men of Mamma Mia! the Musical

premium_icon Who’s your Daddy? Meeting the men of Mamma Mia! the Musical

SPOILER ALERT! For those readers who haven’t seen the movie or musical versions, Mamma Mia has a paternity case at its otherwise irreverent, ABBA-filled...

’I like a challenge’: Rocky dancer’s exciting new coup

premium_icon ’I like a challenge’: Rocky dancer’s exciting new coup

Emerging starlet leaps one step closer to her dream.

COURT: 29 people in Yeppoon Magistrates Court today

premium_icon COURT: 29 people in Yeppoon Magistrates Court today

See the full list of people appearing in Yeppon Magistrates Court today.

COURT: 45 people in Rockhampton Magistrates Court today

premium_icon COURT: 45 people in Rockhampton Magistrates Court today

See the full list of people appearing in Rockhampton Magistrates Court today.

MORNING REWIND: The top five stories you may have missed

MORNING REWIND: The top five stories you may have missed

From a multi-million dollar drug bust to fallen powerlines stopping trains, catch up on yesterday’s news here.

Premier accused of threatening state coal jobs

premium_icon Premier accused of threatening state coal jobs

Annastacia Palaszczuk has been accused of threatening tens of thousands of Queensland jobs after she questioned if a proposed coal-fired power plant could be blocked on...

Focus of bushfire probe will get states offside

premium_icon Focus of bushfire probe will get states offside

The PM is expected today to reveal the terms of reference for a royal commission into the nation’s bushfire season — and they’re set to rankle the states.

‘He lives on in our hearts’: Family pays tribute to miner

premium_icon ‘He lives on in our hearts’: Family pays tribute to miner

Wife speaks a year on from Moranbah mining tragedy.

‘My promise is to listen, advise and advocate’

premium_icon ‘My promise is to listen, advise and advocate’

Rockhampton woman throws her hat in the ring for this year’s local government election.

Heat to make way for a wet weekend in CQ

premium_icon Heat to make way for a wet weekend in CQ

CQ’s low intensity heatwave is set to be washed away by predicted wet weather.

Major Yeppoon foreshore development could start this year

premium_icon Major Yeppoon foreshore development could start this year

It will ­incorporate food and drink outlets and shop tenancies, two levels of car parking, a roof-top pool deck and a tennis court.

Mystery surrounds Livingstone CEO’s extended leave

premium_icon Mystery surrounds Livingstone CEO’s extended leave

LIVINGSTONE Shire Council yesterday indicated it did not have a return to work date for its CEO.

Wed 19 Feb 2020

Claims mine death victim should have known of goaf dangers

premium_icon Claims mine death victim should have known of goaf dangers

Paul McGuire inhaled toxic air at 1pm, his body was not found until two hours after a 'high high' alarm indicating dangerous levels of methane went off.

GALLERY: Stunning reader’s pics capture best of CQ

premium_icon GALLERY: Stunning reader’s pics capture best of CQ

Whether you love seeing storm clouds, rainbows, sunsets or cute kids or pets, our readers gallery has something for you.

Speed limit dropped on Rocky road

premium_icon Speed limit dropped on Rocky road

The speed limit was reduced after community members raised concerns.

Our Harry’s back in the white apron

premium_icon Our Harry’s back in the white apron

ROCKY-born foodie Harry Foster is returning to our screens in the show that launched his culinary dreams.

Seven projects chosen for bushfire recovery work

premium_icon Seven projects chosen for bushfire recovery work

JUST how Livingstone Shire will spend $1 million in bushfire recovery funding has been revealed.

NAB CEO given ‘honest feedback’ by 156 year customer

premium_icon NAB CEO given ‘honest feedback’ by 156 year customer

‘We need outcomes that are better for us with less paperwork that allow us to get on with the job of running our family businesses’

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