MORNING REWIND: Catch up on some of the biggest headlines
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 over the weekend.
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KEPPEL MP Brittany Lauga has been referred to Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission following a complaint made by the Nurses Professional Association of Queensland around allegations of releasing private COVID tracking information regarding the Rockhampton aged care nurse.
Find out more here.
In sport, the 2020 Aaron Payne Cup is nearing and is looking to be one of the best yet.
Live games will be streamed today and tomorrow, head to the full story for more details.
It is believed 18 cattle were killed following a B-double truck rollover at Gogango on the Capricorn Hwy yesterday.
See the full story here.
Livingstone Mayor Andy Ireland will hand down the 2020-21 budget today.
The council table has undertaken 13 budget meetings since taking office.
Read the story here.
The redevelopment at the Pilbeam Theatre is coming together with a feasibility study to be handed down in a couple of months.
Read about it here.
Lastly, a new cafe has opened in Berserker serving authentic Filipino food.
See the details and photos of their delicious food here.