A rural Central Queensland school that is so dry its students have not been allowed to play on the oval for years because it’s is too dangerous, has been banned from accepting water donations.
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Community members fear the town will lose more essential services through the new proposed model.
The man yelled, swore and threw an object at the employee for not handing over his parcel.
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“It’s a game-changer”: The investment will allow workers to spend less time on the road and roadworks can be carried out quicker.
“For me it acknowledges that I am doing a good job in the eyes of my peers, just being the best I can be for my team so they can be their best.”
She’s a quick learner and would be a great addition to any family.
Seventeen community groups and clubs across Central Queensland, including in Collinsville, Emu Park and Clermont, secure funding. Find our if your club is on the list.
The installation is expected to provide much needed service to the adjoining school and support various rural industries in the region.