Police on scene in Woodford Way, Norman Gardens. Picture: Darryn Nufer
Police on scene in Woodford Way, Norman Gardens. Picture: Darryn Nufer

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 yesterday, December 30.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: ‘Serious changes need to happen’

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Slow, soaking rain fell across Central Queensland Tuesday night and continued Wednesday in a welcome change to the dry conditions the region has suffered in recent months.

(Catch up HERE)

Rain in Rockhampton. Picture: Allan Reinikka
Rain in Rockhampton. Picture: Allan Reinikka

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Police reportedly searched for a stolen vehicle with four youths on board involved in a crash at Norman Gardens Wednesday afternoon.

(Catch up HERE)

READ: Infant ‘kicked in head by horse’

Police on scene in Woodford Way, Norman Gardens. Picture: Darryn Nufer
Police on scene in Woodford Way, Norman Gardens. Picture: Darryn Nufer

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Time is fast running out for the owner of Scoffin’s Clocks and Watches to find a new home for his business after he received a notice Wednesday advising he must vacate his premises in Kern Arcade by the end of January 2021.

(Catch up HERE)

Scoffin’s Clocks and Watches in the Kern Arcade in Rockhampton's CBD. Picture: Pam McKay
Scoffin’s Clocks and Watches in the Kern Arcade in Rockhampton's CBD. Picture: Pam McKay

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Check out the number of communicable diseases reported in Central Queensland throughout 2020.

(Catch up HERE)

There was a reported increase in some communicable diseases in Central Queensland this year. Picture: Kevin Farmer
There was a reported increase in some communicable diseases in Central Queensland this year. Picture: Kevin Farmer

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The Yeppoon CBD is in need of a facelift, according to Livingstone Shire councillors.

(Catch up HERE)

READ: Yeppoon Show needs a new home

Livingstone Shire Council deputy mayor Adam Belot. Picture: Contributed
Livingstone Shire Council deputy mayor Adam Belot. Picture: Contributed

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See you back here tomorrow for The Morning Rewind.



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