Images of rain deluge and flooding in Capricorn Coast and Rockhampton region
Images of rain deluge and flooding in Capricorn Coast and Rockhampton region contributed

Floods stop Capricorn Coast Mirror paper getting through

IF YOU didn't receive your Capricorn Coast Mirror last week, you weren't the only one.

Last week's heavy rain and flash flooding caused havoc on the coast, resulting in last week's edition not making it to some residents' letterboxes.

The Capricorn Coast Mirror, delivered to 1823 homes in Emu Park, had 447 newspapers undelivered due to muddy water damage to the publication.

A total of 931 didn't make it out in Yeppoon which delivers 6614 each week.

Cooee Bay, Kinka Beach, and Lammermoor were some of suburbs which didn't receive last week's edition.

State manager of distribution for PMP Limited Stephen Brown said he believed there were two deliverer's homes affected and, in each case, they lost a portion of their stock but were able to deliver the balance.

We apologise for the inconvenience to those who did not receive their paper last week.



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