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Business confidence solid in CQ

Central Queensland businesses are more confident than those in other regions, according to a Chamber of Commerce survey. Capricornia Chamber of Commerce president Phil Henry...

Sunny future for Glenmore water treatment plant

Construction of a solar energy facility at Glenmore Water Treatment Plant is set to start in the next few months after Rockhampton Regional Council...

Big-hearted Biloela helps those with disabilities

The residents of Biloela are a big-hearted bunch, demonstrated most recently by getting together to raise some $95,000 to deliver an Endeavour Foundation disability...

Vaccine questions answered

After much anticipation the moment is finally here, with Covid-19 vaccinations starting to roll out across the country next week. Australia has approved vaccines from...

Out in the deep with Dags

With the King of Kings tournament done and dusted for another year, it's really nice to reflect on the amount and the size of...

Proposed carbon tariffs strike at farmers

The recent proposal put forward by the European Union (EU) to slap carbon tariffs on imports from countries which do not meet the bloc’s...

Highway upgrades on the way

Millions of dollars in federal and state funding will improve and upgrade sections of the Peak Downs and Dawson highways over the next few...

Beer fest hits the spot

Headricks Lane head brewer Alex Taubert is excited to launch the brewery’s new mid-strength lager at Rockhampton’s Big Beer Festival. Presented by the Capricorn Food...

A plus for breakfast club

We often hear that ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day', yet according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics one in seven...

The show will go on

The Mount Larcom Show is a highlight on the calendar for everyone in Central Queensland and this year will be no different. Like a lot...

Plant fires up for jobs

A proposed $300 million high purity alumina plant (HPA) that will create 300 construction jobs and 150 full-time jobs in Gladstone - and a...

Flynn pub’s power bill

Small and medium hotels across Flynn will be offered support to lower their power bills so they can invest in their business and employ...

Pawsome Day Out

RSPCA celebrated its 30th annual Million Paws Walk at Rigalsford Park, Rockhampton on Sunday, 26 May. First established in 1994, the Dog-A-Thon fundraiser for the...

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