COMMUNITY FRUSTRATION: Pie Guru worker Chemene Bailey and Sol Hair Lounge owner Demika Simpson contemplate the aftermath of another devastating Yeppoon CBD crime spree.
COMMUNITY FRUSTRATION: Pie Guru worker Chemene Bailey and Sol Hair Lounge owner Demika Simpson contemplate the aftermath of another devastating Yeppoon CBD crime spree.

MORNING REWIND: 5 top stories you may have missed

GOOD MORNING Central Queensland.

Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we fill you in on the biggest stories you may have missed on Tuesday.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Australia is playing with fire

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NOT AGAIN: Multiple Yeppoon business were vandalised and broken into overnight including Whisk and Lure Living.
NOT AGAIN: Multiple Yeppoon business were vandalised and broken into overnight including Whisk and Lure Living.

Eight businesses around Yeppoon had their front doors smashed in and items stolen early on Tuesday morning in the latest destructive crime spree to plague the town.

READ: Another destructive crime spree impacts Yeppoon businesses

Later on Tuesday, business owners discussed the latest setback and police revealed they had captured two suspects.

READ: ‘It’s crippling’: Two arrested as businesses hit by crime

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BOAT MYSTERY: Queensland Police are trying to track down the owner of a dingy located drifting near Zilzie on Monday afternoon.
BOAT MYSTERY: Queensland Police are trying to track down the owner of a dingy located drifting near Zilzie on Monday afternoon.

Public assistance is being sought to locate the owner of a dinghy found drifting near Zilzie on Monday afternoon.

READ: Cap Coast search underway for drifting dinghy’s owner

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A fast food site located along Rockhampton’s busiest stretch will go under the hammer in a major Melbourne auction today.

READ: Rocky fast food site to feature in major Melbourne auction

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Minister Keith Pitt and Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry are ringing in the changes to the NAIF to speed up the development of Northern Australia.
Minister Keith Pitt and Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry are ringing in the changes to the NAIF to speed up the development of Northern Australia.

The Federal Government has been challenged to step up and act on recommendations to get NAIF funds flowing into Central Queensland.

READ: Call for NAIF overhaul after damning report

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Multiple victims have told paramedics they were suffering from tingling and numbness to their limbs after lightning struck Clinton State School yesterday afternoon.

READ: 16 patients as lightning strike hits Gladstone school

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All eyes on star Rocky galloper in ‘crucial’ Sydney race

Premium Content All eyes on star Rocky galloper in ‘crucial’ Sydney race

Talented racehorse to contest $50,000 handicap on Wednesday.

When popular takeaway will open in Rocky’s CBD

Premium Content When popular takeaway will open in Rocky’s CBD

Owners had to find a new location when the Kern Arcade closed.

Woman smashes items after gift shop laybuy dispute

Premium Content Woman smashes items after gift shop laybuy dispute

Laura Rae Fischer got into a heated exchange with the Yeppoon store’s owner.