October 2013

Published a story 3rd Oct 2013 3:08 PM

AFTER a whirlwind year promoting hugely successful film The Sapphires, Wayne Blair is looking forward to some down time in his hometown.

Wayne’s world not too busy for Rockhampton visit

AFTER a whirlwind year promoting hugely successful film The Sapphires, Wayne Blair is looking forward to some down time in his hometown.

September 2013

Published a story 16th Sep 2013 7:35 AM

THOSE in the mining industry will have the opportunity to have their say about proposed health and safety reforms at a number of forums, beginning this week.

Regional mine safety forums begin in Queensland

THOSE in the mining industry will have the opportunity to have their say about proposed health and safety reforms at a number of forums, beginning this week.

Published a story 13th Sep 2013 8:14 AM

FORMER Member for Keppel Paul Hoolihan yesterday said a newly formed Livingstone Shire Council would be a “poisoned chalice”.

Livingstone’s a poisoned chalice says former Keppel MP

FORMER Member for Keppel Paul Hoolihan yesterday said a newly formed Livingstone Shire Council would be a “poisoned chalice”.

Published a story 10th Sep 2013 8:06 PM

ROCKHAMPTON economist Prof John Rolfe predicted an increase in business confidence for Central Queensland with the newly elected Abbott Government.

Change in Government has renewed business stability

ROCKHAMPTON economist Prof John Rolfe predicted an increase in business confidence for Central Queensland with the newly elected Abbott Government.

Published a story 6th Sep 2013 8:10 PM

YESTERDAY’S story on Torin O’Brien’s Facebook page slamming businesses who employed workers on 457 visas over Australians has been criticised by Teys Australia.

Tey's slam former meat worker over anti-islamic beliefs

YESTERDAY’S story on Torin O’Brien’s Facebook page slamming businesses who employed workers on 457 visas over Australians has been criticised by Teys Australia.

Published a story 6th Sep 2013 7:33 AM

RESULTS of an APN poll released this week have revealed the majority of voters in Central Queensland would prefer a Coalition government after the election.

Poll show Central Queenslanders want Coalition government

RESULTS of an APN poll released this week have revealed the majority of voters in Central Queensland would prefer a Coalition government after the election.

Published a story 5th Sep 2013 8:34 AM

WHEN Melinda Jasmine found out her film had been accepted into the Rocky Fringe Short Film Competition, she felt she had already accomplished.

Woorabinda tale takes out contest at Short Film Festival

WHEN Melinda Jasmine found out her film had been accepted into the Rocky Fringe Short Film Competition, she felt she had already accomplished.

Published a story 3rd Sep 2013 8:34 PM

TWENTY jobs could be slashed from the Rockhampton region in the latest round of cutbacks from Aurizon.

Aurizon to cut 20 facility jobs in Rockhampton region

TWENTY jobs could be slashed from the Rockhampton region in the latest round of cutbacks from Aurizon.

August 2013

Published a story 30th Aug 2013 8:26 PM

WITH more than a million eyes watching him perform with his father Troy on Australia’s Got Talent, 9-year-old Dean Brady proved just how talented he was.

Brady bunch have CQ connection

WITH more than a million eyes watching him perform with his father Troy on Australia’s Got Talent, 9-year-old Dean Brady proved just how talented he was.

Published a story 30th Aug 2013 11:40 AM

FROM a remote Alice Springs hotel to helping run the Athletes Village during the 2012 London Olympic Games - Raelene’s career has been a big adventure.

Raelene's career has gone from the Olympics to the Cap Coast

FROM a remote Alice Springs hotel to helping run the Athletes Village during the 2012 London Olympic Games - Raelene’s career has been a big adventure.

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