Sue Woodfield sent in this photo of deer in a paddock behind Lakes Creek School.
Sue Woodfield sent in this photo of deer in a paddock behind Lakes Creek School.

MORNING REWIND: Deers in Rocky Council’s spotlight

GOOD MORNING Central Queensland,

Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we take a look back t the biggest stories from each day.

Here are the biggest stories from yesterday, Tuesday, September 24.

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A caravan was destroyed after it rolled on the Bruce Highway yesterday. Luckily the elderly couple who were towing it escaped without serious injury.

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A caravan is in pieces across the Bruce Highway after the car which was towing it rolled.
A caravan is in pieces across the Bruce Highway after the car which was towing it rolled.

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A defence lawyer has blamed Capricornia Correction Centre staff for her client’s continues attempts to have a victim withdraw charges by way of phone calls from prison.

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prison07c CI07/0308/4 Capricornia Correctional Centre
prison07c CI07/0308/4 Capricornia Correctional Centre

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Police are searching for a 54-year-old woman who was reported missing from Moranbah on Sunday night.

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Louise Stephens
Louise Stephens

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Rockhampton Regional Council has announced it will trap and cull the troublesome feral deer population in Lakes Creek and Nerimbera after a unanimous vote in council on Tuesday morning.

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Samantha Brill spots deer on Lakes Creek road
Samantha Brill spots deer on Lakes Creek road

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A teenager was treated by paramedics yesterday after her family escaped a house fire in Depot Hill.

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Emergency Services at house fire on Arthur Street.
Emergency Services at house fire on Arthur Street.

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See you back here tomorrow for The Morning Rewind.