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Tue 19 Mar 2019

Do violent video games need addressing?

premium_icon Do violent video games need addressing?

Calls have been made to overhaul violent video games following Christchurch shootings, but experts have weighed in on whether there is really a connection.

Teenage driver's weeks-long, drug-fuelled crime spree

premium_icon Teenage driver's weeks-long, drug-fuelled crime spree

A teenage driver deliberately "spun out” in front of police during a drug-fuelled, high-speed chase after he was involved in break and enters and stealing...

How a 1943 letter from The Caves ended up in Canberra

premium_icon How a 1943 letter from The Caves ended up in Canberra

Daughters surprised to read letter penned by patriotic Mum 76 years earlier

Local indigenous identity celebrates milestone birthday

premium_icon Local indigenous identity celebrates milestone birthday

Maureen Williams turns 90 over the weekend.

Rocky women raise thousands for cancer

premium_icon Rocky women raise thousands for cancer

It's a cause closest to their hearts.

Mon 18 Mar 2019

LNP senate team hopefuls discuss Central Queensland industry

premium_icon LNP senate team hopefuls discuss Central Queensland industry

How the LNP senate prospects plan to help local industry

LNP check up on $300,000 croc investment

premium_icon LNP check up on $300,000 croc investment

The government funding that has given one local industry some bite

Depot Hill family still concerned by risk of flash flood

premium_icon Depot Hill family still concerned by risk of flash flood

Rockhampton Regional Council says flood levee will fix issues

Crown prosecutor: 'It's how we slaughter cattle'

premium_icon Crown prosecutor: 'It's how we slaughter cattle'

Jury retires to deliberate in Koongal hammer attack case after closing addresses

Former Kookaburra seals thrilling win for Souths

premium_icon Former Kookaburra seals thrilling win for Souths

Robert Bell scores double in hard-fought victory

‘She was starved - she was skin and bone’

premium_icon ‘She was starved - she was skin and bone’

A Brisbane dog rescuer has told how a group of volunteers are rescuing abused and neglected dogs from pounds and helping them win ‘doggy Gold Lotto’.

Hopes CQ town's 'little act of kindness' will reach NZ

premium_icon Hopes CQ town's 'little act of kindness' will reach NZ

'It hurt because they're a part of my home, a part of our people. It was about getting together and supporting one another and having a cry if we needed to.'

Two new playgrounds for Rocky families

premium_icon Two new playgrounds for Rocky families

The playgrounds are designed for families, at a cost of about $55,000

Time to vote out Fraser Anning

premium_icon Time to vote out Fraser Anning

VOTERS at the federal election will have the chance to condemn Senator Fraser Anning for his desperate and divisive speech on the Christchurch massacre.

Construction watchdog’s next target

premium_icon Construction watchdog’s next target

Queensland’s Building and Construction Commissioner has a new target in his sights as he moves to stop struggling builders being kept artificially afloat.

UPDATE: Suspicious package found at Rockhampton courthouse

premium_icon UPDATE: Suspicious package found at Rockhampton courthouse

Police and fire crews are on scene at Rockhampton Magistrates Court

Farmers weigh up the benefits of new technology

premium_icon Farmers weigh up the benefits of new technology

Graziers from a collective 78,000ha of land gathered for the seminars

McDonald's Monster: Drive-through rapist is free

premium_icon McDonald's Monster: Drive-through rapist is free

'Monster' who raped elderly woman in drive-through of iconic restaurant is free despite order breaches

Two men in custody after incident at Lakes Creek

premium_icon Two men in custody after incident at Lakes Creek

Witnesses reported "about 10 police cars” on the scene with numerous police wearing tactical response gear.

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