SOLD: 24 Rosslyn St, Rosslyn, settled last week for $1.79 million. Picture: Contributed
SOLD: 24 Rosslyn St, Rosslyn, settled last week for $1.79 million. Picture: Contributed

MORNING REWIND: 5 top stories you may have missed

Good morning Central Queensland,

Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we fill you in on the biggest stories you may have missed yesterday, December 18.

LETTERS: Men over-represented in drowning statistics

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A beachfront home with unparalleled ocean and city views at Rosslyn has sold for $1.79 million.

(Catch up HERE)

SOLD: 24 Rosslyn St, Rosslyn, settled last week for $1.79 million. Picture: Contributed
SOLD: 24 Rosslyn St, Rosslyn, settled last week for $1.79 million. Picture: Contributed

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New signs have gone up this week on the old Coffee Club at the One Eleven on George St complex as a burger franchise begins to move in.

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Food from the Pattysmiths menu. Picture: Contributed
Food from the Pattysmiths menu. Picture: Contributed

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Police are investigating the alleged serious assault of a 15-year-old girl in Gracemere.

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Do you know this man? Picture: Composite image released by QPS
Do you know this man? Picture: Composite image released by QPS

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A Capella farmer says he’s lucky to be without injury after the shed he was sheltering in flew off in a sudden storm on Thursday.

(Catch up HERE)

Capella farmer Neil Dunbar was in his machinery shed when it blew off in a sudden storm on December 17, 2020. Picture: Contributed
Capella farmer Neil Dunbar was in his machinery shed when it blew off in a sudden storm on December 17, 2020. Picture: Contributed

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A repeat unlicensed driver drove to a secluded area and did burnouts “to blow off steam” after finding his dog dead.

(Catch up HERE)

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See you back here tomorrow for The Morning Rewind.