March 2015

Published a story 27th Mar 2015 10:23 AM

THERE was no need to think twice for Yeppoon’s Rachel Woodward-Cowley when it came to shaving her head recently.

Mother-of-three raises $3000 for Leukaemia Foundation

THERE was no need to think twice for Yeppoon’s Rachel Woodward-Cowley when it came to shaving her head recently.

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 9:29 AM

FOR solicitor Krissy Cummins, no two days are the same.

Mum of three started working for Madden Solicitors this year

FOR solicitor Krissy Cummins, no two days are the same.

Published a story 20th Mar 2015 8:12 PM

CENTRAL Queensland residents could be sitting on a goldmine of cash they didn’t even know about, in the form of unclaimed super.

CQ sits on a $164m super goldmine

CENTRAL Queensland residents could be sitting on a goldmine of cash they didn’t even know about, in the form of unclaimed super.

Published a story 20th Mar 2015 7:10 AM

IT was the little details and extra precautions that paid off for builder Scott Kilpatrick.

Here’s the proof on cyclone roofs - Rockhampton builder

IT was the little details and extra precautions that paid off for builder Scott Kilpatrick.

Published a story 20th Mar 2015 6:54 AM

A FEDERAL Senate inquiry into the meat processing industry is likely to hold hearings in Rockhampton.

Govt inquiry to focus on meat sector and help beef producers

A FEDERAL Senate inquiry into the meat processing industry is likely to hold hearings in Rockhampton.

Published a story 20th Mar 2015 6:39 AM

JUST as Genevieve and John Martin tried to get back to normal after TC Marcia caused huge damage to their Ferns Hideaway business, they were under threat again.

Fire danger causes more angst for Ferns Hideaway owners

JUST as Genevieve and John Martin tried to get back to normal after TC Marcia caused huge damage to their Ferns Hideaway business, they were under threat again.

Published a story 19th Mar 2015 10:25 AM

BYFIELD resident and builder said residents were out in force almost immediately after Marcia had moved on, trying to clear the roads.

“BYFIELD: Beautiful one day, destroyed the next” - builder

BYFIELD resident and builder said residents were out in force almost immediately after Marcia had moved on, trying to clear the roads.

Published a story 19th Mar 2015 9:00 AM

THANKS to the help of hundreds of volunteers, Cooberrie Park is finally seeing progress in the mammoth clean-up task left after Cyclone Marcia tore through it.

Overseas visitors help clean-up and repair Cooberrie Park

THANKS to the help of hundreds of volunteers, Cooberrie Park is finally seeing progress in the mammoth clean-up task left after Cyclone Marcia tore through it.

Published a story 19th Mar 2015 7:12 AM

HQPLANTATIONS CEO Brian Farmers says they have an 18-month window to clean-up their pine tree farms in Byfield if they don’t want to lose millions of dollars.

Marcia damages 80% of pine tree plantations in Byfield

HQPLANTATIONS CEO Brian Farmers says they have an 18-month window to clean-up their pine tree farms in Byfield if they don’t want to lose millions of dollars.

Published a story 17th Mar 2015 10:53 AM

DESCRIBED as the worst house on the best street, this 40-year-old timber home is going under the hammer, with an expected sale towards $1million.

Rare home at Emu Park goes under the hammer at Easter

DESCRIBED as the worst house on the best street, this 40-year-old timber home is going under the hammer, with an expected sale towards $1million.

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