One dead, one in hospital after Moranbah crash

Story Published: 20 Mar 2015

A MAN is dead and another in hospital after two vehicles collided head-on south of Moranbah this morning.

Central Queensland, Editors Picks, Moranbah

Small Business Minister’s big budget sell to CQ

Story Published: 19 May 2015

DESPITE challenging times in the mining industry and slumps in beef prices Small Business Minister Bruce Billson sees...

Central Queensland, Rockhampton, Small Business

Aurizon invests $180 million in CQ Coal Network

Story Published: 25 May 2015

AURIZON has invested $180 million in equipment to ensure greater tonnage on the Central Queensland Coal Network

Aurizon, Central Queensland, Central Queensland Coal Network, Rockhampton

Small quake shakes Central Queensland

Story Published: 13 Apr 2015

A MINOR earthquake south-west of Calliope on Saturday served as a reminder that there is earthquake activity within the...

Central Queensland, Earthquake, Editors Picks

Oil slip leads to shoulder injury and $600,000 lawsuit

Story Published: 7 Jul 2015

IT WAS a slip that cost Gregory George Atkinson his career and resulted in a $600,000 lawsuit.

Central Queensland, Employment, Rockhampton, Work, Workplace Accident

BHP Billiton set to close central Queensland mine

Story Published: 22 Jul 2015

MINING giant BHP Billiton will shut down its Crinum mine in central Queensland in 2016, putting a question mark over the...

Bhp Billiton, Central Queensland, Coal Mining, Mining

Man clocked at 182km/h while drunk

Story Published: 10 Jun 2015

TRAVELLING 82kmh over the speed limit on a major highway, with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.056%, was never going to...

Central Queensland, Speeding Drivers

Bus-in, bus-out jobs promised for Galilee Basin

Story Published: 8 Jun 2015

GVK Hancock has opened the door to regional employment at its Galilee Basin mining operations.

Bibo, Busses, Central Queensland, Employment, Fifo, Galilee Basin, Jobs, Mackay, Mining

Crime watchdog warns of rise of deadly synthetic drugs

Story Published: 19 Jan 2015

FROM school-aged children to over 65s, Queenslanders are using synthetic drugs mimicking the effects of LSD...

Central Queensland, Crime, Drugs, Editors Picks, Police, Synthetic Drugs

Beef industry in dire straits - CQ cattle baron Graeme Acton

Story Published: 7 May 2013

SEVERE drought in Western Queensland and a serious oversupply of cattle have thrown the entire beef industry into dire...

Beef, Central Queensland, Drought

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