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 Wednesday.
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Read the latest funeral notices here.
We’ve had a deep dive into Rockhampton Regional Council’s 2020-2021 budget to find out what the impact will be on your hip pocket. Read all of our budget stories below.
Child safety concerns surround the popular tourism drawcard the Keppel Kraken at the Yeppoon foreshore.
Livingstone Shire Council is investigating the merits of installing cushioning on all concrete surfaces that have sharp edges in the wet areas of the play feature.
Yesterday afternoon, police launched an urgent search in the Rockhampton CBD for an elderly woman who reportedly suffers from Alzheimer’s.
Fortunately, this story has a happy ending.
An Argentinian family has been filmed discovering the beauty of the Capricorn Coast and searching for their dream home for the smash-hit international television show House Hunters International.
A five-vehicle crash bought traffic on one of Rockhampton’s major roads to a standstill in Norman Gardens.
The collision involved an ambulance, a bus and three passenger vehicles.
The Australia Bureau of Statistics has released the latest CQ statistics. Find out what the average wage is for workers in our region and how the unemployment rate is tracking.