MORNING REWIND: 6 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.
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All governments have struggled to manage the impact of COVID-19 on their budget bottom lines and Rockhampton Regional Council was no exception. Find out how their latest budget seeks to minimise the cost of rates for residents.
Tributes are flowing for a much-loved St Brendan’s College boarder Herbert Moses, 16, who lost his life following a horrific crash in far north Queensland.
Bidding is now open to design the $1 billion Rockhampton Ring Road project. Before work can begin on the $1 billion project, more detailed designs must be drawn for its 14.7km route.
During what was supposed to be a joint announcement for the road project, Capricornia MP Michelle Landry had a go at Queensland’s Transport Minister.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we’d like you introduce you to Oliver Hinds White. This stylish young bub has been voted Rockhampton/Capricorn Coast’s cutest bub in the hugely popular poll run by The Morning Bulletin.
There was a huge response on social media after it was revealed that Council were working on a plan to advise residents living on Black Gin Creek Road about a possible road name change if the State Government’s public consultation resulted in Black Gin Creek being renamed Dundula Creek (pronounced ‘doon-doo-la’ – meaning gum tree in Darumbal language).
There is a stigma surrounding the use of medicinal marijuana but One Nation’s candidate for Rockhampton Torin O’Brien says public perception and stigma won’t stand in the way of revealing he is one of 80 Rockhampton residents with a prescription for medical marijuana oil as he campaigns for greater access to the life changing treatment.