Mining Equipment Maintenance director and general manager Scott Lawrence at the Parkhurst workshop
Mining Equipment Maintenance director and general manager Scott Lawrence at the Parkhurst workshop Allan Reinikka ROK240619amem1

MORNING REWIND: Top 5 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, Tuesday June 25.

The biggest story of the day yesterday was a 24-year-old man pleading not guilty after police found $45,100 in cash hidden in the boot of his partner's car.

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Rockhampton Magistrates Court.
Rockhampton Magistrates Court. Chris Ison ROK270716ccourt2

Mining Equipment Maintenance has been in the Rockhampton community for more than 20 years and have recently celebrated six months under new ownership.

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Mining Equipment Maintenance Parkhurst workshop.
Mining Equipment Maintenance Parkhurst workshop. Allan Reinikka ROK240619amem2

An alleged victim pleaded guilty in Rockhampton Magistrates Court after lashing out at police.

(Catch Up HERE)

Rockhampton Magistrates Court.
Rockhampton Magistrates Court. Chris Ison ROK270716ccourt2

A Rockhampton fraud victim fears residents could have thousands of dollars stolen from them.

(Catch Up HERE)

Martin Briscoe uses his experience in a bid to help others.
Martin Briscoe uses his experience in a bid to help others.

Promenent local businessman Dominic Doblo is calling Rockhampton MP Barry O'Rourke to apply the same scrutiny to his own government following his calls for a council-run register on Adani jobs last week.

(Catch Up HERE)

Dominic Doblo with a reusable plastic bag.
Dominic Doblo with a reusable plastic bag. Allan Reinikka ROK260618adoblo1


25 years of service by Councillor Swadling

premium_icon 25 years of service by Councillor Swadling

‘I suspect that the days of very long serving councillors are numbered.’

‘High flying hypocrisy in Canberra this week’

premium_icon ‘High flying hypocrisy in Canberra this week’

Columnist Paul Murray says he will ‘start listening to these politicians when they...