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Fri 3 Jul 2020

Restrictions ease today: What you can and can’t do

Restrictions ease today: What you can and can’t do

Queensland will be easing a number of restrictions as of today. Find the full details of changes commencing from noon.

Death Knell: Final nail in Holden’s coffin

premium_icon Death Knell: Final nail in Holden’s coffin

“I’ve loved being part of the Holden Dealer family,” Les Anderson.

Tight rental market a headache for CQ tenants

premium_icon Tight rental market a headache for CQ tenants

New research shows lack of vancant rentals could prove problematic for would-be tentants.

Gladstone dad stole fuel to spend last $20 on feeding kids

premium_icon Gladstone dad stole fuel to spend last $20 on feeding kids

A man who stole 56 litres of fuel said he only had $20 which he needed to feed his children.

Family of nurse slain in front of her children speaks out

premium_icon Family of nurse slain in front of her children speaks out

Mum-of-three Karen Gilliland was allegedly stabbed to death by her former partner. Her family have spoken about their trauma.

Thu 2 Jul 2020

The moment Border Force hauls Taiwanese nationals off ship

premium_icon The moment Border Force hauls Taiwanese nationals off ship

It was not smooth sailing on the high seas this week, when two allegedly violent Taiwanese nationals were forced off a coal ship. WATCH THE VIDEO

‘VERY CONCERNED’: GP hiring restriction stays put

premium_icon ‘VERY CONCERNED’: GP hiring restriction stays put

A Department of Health spokesman said the area has been assessed as ‘receiving adequate services for the needs of the community’.

Salmonella outbreak traced to Central Queensland

premium_icon Salmonella outbreak traced to Central Queensland

Health officials confirm number of cases across region.

Woman burnt after throwing petrol on fire

premium_icon Woman burnt after throwing petrol on fire

Paramedics are treating a woman at a Gladstone home.

Man over alcohol limit morning after tequila shots at 21st

premium_icon Man over alcohol limit morning after tequila shots at 21st

The man drank 12 beers and several tequila shots the night before.

Teen taken to hospital after being winched from bushland

premium_icon Teen taken to hospital after being winched from bushland

Initial reports suggested two people were missing after setting out on a hike at 9am.

BANNED: The tasty fish you can’t keep from July 15

premium_icon BANNED: The tasty fish you can’t keep from July 15

Anglers will have to return catches in Gladstone tidal waters.

DRUG DRIVERS: Motorists in court named

premium_icon DRUG DRIVERS: Motorists in court named

A NUMBER of people have pleaded guilty to drug driving in Gladstone Magistrates Court.

Boyne skate park injury prompts warning from QAS

premium_icon Boyne skate park injury prompts warning from QAS

The warning comes after a young boy broke his arm in a spill.

Mine death laws now in force as a ‘safety net’

premium_icon Mine death laws now in force as a ‘safety net’

Mines Minister says he hopes the new laws will never have to be used.

URGENT: Qld Salmonella outbreak

URGENT: Qld Salmonella outbreak

Queensland Health has warned of an outbreak of Salmonella across the state, with the majority of cases affecting young children.

UPDATE: Baby with critical head injury in serious condition

premium_icon UPDATE: Baby with critical head injury in serious condition

AN eight-month-old baby boy who suffered critical head injuries in May remains in a serious condition after multiple surgeries.

Fresh support deployed for CQ’s struggling small businesses

premium_icon Fresh support deployed for CQ’s struggling small businesses

There’s fresh financial support available for small businesses with a new round of $10,000 grants expected to be snapped up quickly.

New playground unveiled at Gladstone’s Marina

premium_icon New playground unveiled at Gladstone’s Marina

The construction was fast-tracked during the health restrictions period.

Calls for new CQ coal player to stick to its word

premium_icon Calls for new CQ coal player to stick to its word

‘The company can’t have it both ways’: Global insurer to back CQ coal despite contradictions in its own environmental policies.

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