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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Capricornia MP Landry attacks State government's 'Buy Queensland' plan
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
"The "Buy Queensland” policy is about supporting local Queensland jobs,” they said. "If Michelle Landry thinks a business in Rotorua is as local as one in Rockhampton, she can explain that to her constituents.” The spokesperson said by wisely spending ...

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Be sure to catch Queensland Chief Entrepreneur's CQ visit
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
"A range of events have been organised to suit the whole community including students, parents, investors and entrepreneurs and was the result of collaboration from Rockhampton community leaders knowing the needs of their region and working together to ...

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Chris Lynn misses out on Queensland Bulls contract
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
CRICKET: Big-hitting batsman Chris Lynn has not been offered a contract with the Queensland Bulls as he continues to recover from shoulder surgery. Lynn was a surprise omission from the list of contracted players released yesterday ahead of the 2017-18 ...

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Central Queensland possible base for $10b tank project
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
Queenslander Senator Ian Macdonald with the Boxer vehicle. The Queensland bloc of federal LNP MPs and Senators, together with Rheinmetall Defence Australia, is stepping up the battle to win Queensland the $5 billion Land 400 Phase 2 defence contract ...

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Crews at difficult to reach blaze near Yeppoon properties
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
The Queensland Rural Fire Service shows two other fires have burnt in recent days as bush fire season inches ever closer. Crews responded to a vegetation fire at Stockyard Point in Byfield on Tuesday, August 15. The same day, a vegetation fire started ...


Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Flu outbreak: Teens blamed for Qld's worst season in years
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
Queensland Health data released yesterday showed more than 4000 people were diagnosed with the flu last week, on top of the 3624 notifications reported the week before. This puts the state on track for its worst flu season in at least five years ...

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Courier Mail

Bomb hoax charges, Rockhampton
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Rockhampton Detectives have charged two men following investigations into two alleged bomb hoaxes in the Rockhampton area on June 22. It will be alleged a threatening phone call was made to staff at a business located in a shopping centre on Yaamba ...
Bomb hoax: Two charged after threats allegedly made to Rockhampton shopping centreCourier Mail

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Queensland falls in love with Mills and Boon
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
IT SEEMS Queenslanders don't mind getting a bit hot under the collar. The Sunshine State is one of the biggest consumers of romance novels in the country. Seven of the top 20 sales outlets for Mills and Boon are in Queensland. The northerners' appetite ...

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Up to four Queensland coalmines could be closed
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
UP TO FOUR Queensland coalmines could be closed after they allegedly failed their dust monitoring obligations. The allegations relate to Glencore's Oaky North and Oaky No.1 in central Queensland, along with Anglo's Moranbah North and Grosvenor.
Failure to meet dust-monitoring obligations may close four Queensland coal mines, Minister saysABC Online

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Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Massive solar farm to provide 250 jobs
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
A spokeswoman for the developers said many people had expressed an interest in gaining the skills needed to work on this and other utility scale solar projects planned for North Queensland. Big national firms such as Downer, RCR and Nilsen have won the ...

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