MORNING REWIND: Top stories you may have missed
GOOD morning Gladstone,
Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we fill you in on the biggest stories you may have missed on Monday, October 19.
Tributes flowed for Gladstone disabled community stalwart Terry Fellows following his death in a diving accident off Yeppoon on Sunday.
Read the heartfelt messages HERE.
A MAN claimed he forgot he had a knife in his pocket while on a night out with friends, a court has heard.
Find out how the man escaped serious penaltyHERE.
Fast Five netball has taken over in Biloela and the local Netball Association president said the turn out this season was positive.
Find out what else Biloela’s Netball Association president said HERE.
THE rapidly expanding community of CQ Blasters enthusiasts across Gladstone and Central Queensland will be able to continue their sport under an LNP government, candidate Ron Harding said.
Find out what else the LNP candidate for Gladstone had to say about gel blastersHERE.
A GLADSTONE man caught drink-driving told police he was consuming alcohol up until 30 minutes before getting behind the wheel.
Find out where he was going HERE.