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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After dozens of nominations and hundreds of online votes in the Morning Bulletin's poll to determine CQ's Best Bakery competition, Frenchville's Dean St Bakery came out on top.
Prepare yourselves for hunger cravings when you see the delicious, taste-bud-tantalising baked goods they have available.
Rockhampton Police officers donned bulletproof vests and established cordons in the vicinity of the Kalka Shades hockey fields in Berserker after reports of a man spotted with armed with what appeared to be a handgun.
Problems with the feral goat population on Great Keppel Island have once again with Livingstone Shire Council resolving to plan a meeting to discuss control strategies.
Barcaldine's loss is our region's gain as a new officer in charge takes over at Gracemere Police Station. Be sure to ask Sergeant Hows "how's it going?" when you see him around town.
A liquidated mining labour hire company is being sued for $2.8 million in a workplace injury lawsuit. The incident occurred at a CQ mine in December 2016, leaving a man needing 10 surgeries.
Ten-year-old Frenchville State School student Jayda Kolbe will be shaving off her 35.5cm locks this Friday to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation. She will have her hair made into a wig for kids with cancer. Can you chip in to help her fundraising effort?