Morning Rewind: Drought stricken Central West set for rain

GOOD MORNING Central Queensland,

Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we take a look at our biggest stories from the previous day.

Here are the biggest stories from yesterday, Monday October 28.

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A large bushfire at Bungundarra is burning under control this morning after residents were told to be prepared to leave yesterday afternoon.

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Smoke billows from the bushfire threatening homes on Browns Lane. Photo Contributed
Smoke billows from the bushfire threatening homes on Browns Lane. Photo Contributed

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The JM Kelly Group trial continues in court today, see the latest from each day.

(Catch up HERE)

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A man appeared in court after sending over 100 texts to his former partner, breaching a domestic violence order against him.

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From today, parts of the Central West could see heavy falls, thunderstorms and up to 50mm of rain.

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HEALTHY FALLS: Some parts of the Central West of Queensland should expect some healthy rainfall totals in the coming days, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
HEALTHY FALLS: Some parts of the Central West of Queensland should expect some healthy rainfall totals in the coming days, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

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A Rockhampton woman was shocked to see a syringe stuck in the foot of her shoe during a walk through Kershaw Gardens.

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Cathleen Budd on the path at Kershaw Gardens where she found a needle stuck in her shoe.
Cathleen Budd on the path at Kershaw Gardens where she found a needle stuck in her shoe.

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