MORNING REWIND: 5 top stories you may have missed.
As Queensland wakes to the day which will determine its future, here’s a wrap up of stories from The Morning Bulletin over the past 24 hours.
United Australia Party candidates for Central Queensland remain obscure only a day out from the State Election…
… but we did manage to round up Keppel candidates and ask them about their plans for great Keppel Island.
The Central Highlands Development Corporation reveals the outcomes of research into the economic impact of Covid-19 on the region….
… as we asked Rockhampton candidates their vision for stimulating employment and the economy post-Covid.
Rockhampton police arrested two people following a North Rockhampton raid during which they seized a variety of drugs.
And Livingstone Shire Council say they are determined to keep suburbs in boundary contention including Glenlee, Glendale and Rockyview.
Don’t forget to vote, everyone! And check in to the Morning Bulletin website for election updates throughout the weekend.