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Mon 11 May 2020

Daily puzzles and Sudoku another reason to subscribe

Daily puzzles and Sudoku another reason to subscribe

ONE of the most loved things for many people about the daily newspaper experience is doing the crosswords and puzzles. Now you can do them on our website.

Wed 1 Apr 2020

We want you for the Care Army

We want you for the Care Army

In a nod to Queensland’s Mud Army, a new legion of community volunteers is being recruited protect the health of one million seniors at risk from coronavirus.

Your chance to salute our frontline heroes

Your chance to salute our frontline heroes

They're among the local health heroes holding the line against the worst global pandemic in a century. LEAVE YOUR MESSAGE OF SUPPORT

Tue 31 Mar 2020

Dance and juggle like nobody is watching

premium_icon Dance and juggle like nobody is watching

SOCIAL isolation is no fun and games, unless you’re learning how to dance, juggle and hoola-hoop.

Sun 29 Mar 2020

Why this backpacker has 'Bundaberg' tattooed on his foot

premium_icon Why this backpacker has 'Bundaberg' tattooed on his foot

LANGUAGE WARNING: Tourists usually collect postcards from the countries they visit, but one backpacker has committed to unique souvenirs that last a lifetime.

Wed 4 Mar 2020

HPV leads to cervical cancer risk

premium_icon HPV leads to cervical cancer risk

TODAY is Human PapillomaVirus (HPV) Awareness Day and women are being urged to learn about the associated risks.

Fri 28 Feb 2020

2500 reasons a week to become a subscriber

2500 reasons a week to become a subscriber

As a subscriber, you have access to about 2500 stories a week across the News Regional News network.

Sat 25 Jan 2020

After 60 years, will the Coast Guard sink or swim?

premium_icon After 60 years, will the Coast Guard sink or swim?

Could a State Government takeover threaten the “identity, heritage and history” of the volunteer Coast Guard... and cost boaties a pretty penny?

Fri 24 Jan 2020

Artist’s colourful designs capture region’s beauty

premium_icon Artist’s colourful designs capture region’s beauty

A CREATIVE talent known for her unique and colourful jewellery designs, will release a new collection of wearable art.

Sun 15 Dec 2019

HUGE CAREER: Hairdresser calls time after 50 years

premium_icon HUGE CAREER: Hairdresser calls time after 50 years

From 1969-2019, Central Queensland hairdresser cut the hair of everyone in town

Fri 6 Dec 2019

Mum’s drug truth exposed: ‘I was good at covering it up’

premium_icon Mum’s drug truth exposed: ‘I was good at covering it up’

At 30 years old, Tammy started self medicating and while she was ‘numb’ her world started to fall apart

Fri 22 Nov 2019

Why our small halls still matter

premium_icon Why our small halls still matter

Festival of Small Halls returns to Kalpowar for third year. It’s a big deal for the remote town.

Tue 19 Nov 2019

CQ team the best in Queensland

premium_icon CQ team the best in Queensland

A Central Queensland golf team has taken out top prize at state tournament

Thu 14 Nov 2019

Noah’s Ark-style evacuation at Cooberrie Park

premium_icon Noah’s Ark-style evacuation at Cooberrie Park

A German police officer and a 3D printing developer were the first tourists back to the Cooberrie sanctuary after bush fires forced the evacuation of 150 animals Friday...

Sun 3 Nov 2019

60+ PHOTOS: Glitz and glam at Best in Business Awards

premium_icon 60+ PHOTOS: Glitz and glam at Best in Business Awards

MORE than 300 people donned their best suit and dresses to recognise the region’s Best in Business on Saturday night.

Wed 30 Oct 2019

OPINION: Our teachers deserve better

premium_icon OPINION: Our teachers deserve better

ON MONDAY, a female teacher in townsville was stabbed by her student, an 11-year-old girl. And as saddened and angry as I was to hear this, I wasn’t shocked.

Mon 28 Oct 2019

70+ PHOTOS: Meet some of Bilo's sweetest pooches

premium_icon 70+ PHOTOS: Meet some of Bilo's sweetest pooches

THERE are some sweet pooches getting around the Biloela region.

Sat 12 Oct 2019

Jade’s business to fill a looming gap in music market

premium_icon Jade’s business to fill a looming gap in music market

Jades Strings Studio has expanded and is now taking orders for instruments and accessories.

Fri 11 Oct 2019

’Gives me confidence’: Student’s STEM success

premium_icon ’Gives me confidence’: Student’s STEM success

Atticus is one of 16 outstanding students recognised at this year’s state awards.

WHAT’S ON: 72 Hours of things to do this weekend

premium_icon WHAT’S ON: 72 Hours of things to do this weekend

Grab your friends and family, here are a handful of things to do this weekend.

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