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Rockhampton Morning BulletinMan allegedly tried to strangle police officerRockhampton Morning BulletinA MAN has allegedly struck a police officer in the face before attempting to strangle him. A group of people had been fighting at the Mt Isa Racecourse when police came in to break it up. The assault took place as officers attempted to break up the group. [...]
Sun, Sep 25, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinYeppoon Rd open to traffic again following crashRockhampton Morning BulletinThe spokesperson said a man and a woman were being taken to Rockhampton Hospital in a stable condition with minor injuries following that crash. UPDATE 2.45PM: It's understood a three vehicle crash near Mount Jim Crow on Yeppoon Rd is blocking ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinTwo taken to hospital after Yeppoon Rd crashRockhampton Morning BulletinUPDATE 3.15PM: A young woman is being taken to Rockhampton Hospital with a possible lower leg fracture after a trailer landed on her leg at Bungundarra. The woman was reported as being trapped about 2.20pm and Queensland Ambulance Service ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinClub ties run deep for Rocky hockey familyRockhampton Morning BulletinFAMILY TIES: Members of the Harmsworth family (back row, from left) Aaron, Todd, Allan, Riley (in front), Chris and Jeremy, and (front row, from left) Sienna, Jace, Jade and Katie who are involved with the Wanderers Hockey Club. Pam McKay ... [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinDozens of reckless drink drivers put others at riskRockhampton Morning BulletinActing Senior Sergeant Deniel Beasy from the Rockhampton Road Policing Unit said it was concerning to see so many people behaving so recklessly, putting themselves and other motorists at risk. The drink drivers were detected as part of Operation Spring ... [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinHow to keep your relationship afloatRockhampton Morning BulletinYOUR relationship is sailing along well, then it hits an obstacle and springs a few leaks, then a few more. You realise it is starting to sink. The great bond you shared, the closeness you felt is fading or isn't there. The iceberg of our busy lives ... [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinGAPDL plan to 'entice' tourists, campers to Gladstone regionRockhampton Morning BulletinOUR region might be the fourth most popular spot for caravanners and campers in the state but mobile tourists are spending fewer nights and making fewer trips to the area. Campers and vanners spent 1,004,247 nights in Central Queensland last financial ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinRotary youth exchange seeks budding travellerRockhampton Morning BulletinEach year an Australian student is hosted by the Rotary Club in Venado Tuerto, a rural city around the size of Rockhampton. In exchange Rockhampton North Rotary host a student from Argentina. The timing, December through to March (10 weeks) allows for ... [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinBoy accused of raping girl allowed a holidayRockhampton Morning BulletinA 12-year-old boy accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl has been allowed to go on a family holiday instead of show up to his next court date. The boy denied the allegations during his first appearance in Children's Court ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinHow lab-grown meat is already hereRockhampton Morning BulletinThe "Impossible Burger" - with a fake meat patty so realistic that it drips pink blood - has grabbed headlines around the world. "I liked it," says Priest, who tried the burger while on a US study mission with Te Hono, a "bootcamp" programme for New ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinBackpacker in legal trouble coughs up $4k to go homeRockhampton Morning BulletinTHE under-fire French hitchhiker who admitted damaging a road sign and stealing a $1000 sleeping bag has today coughed up $4000 so he could pay for his wrongs and leave New Zealand. Cedric Claude Rene Rault-Verpre, 27, had appeared at ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinSamsung Family Hub: The end of fridge notes? | Rockhampton ...Rockhampton Morning BulletinFORGET the fridge note. How about leaving a voice recording on your fridge. Or a love heart. How about ordering your groceries from there.and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinTaxi driver cops heavy fine after Dean St crashRockhampton Morning BulletinA TAXI driver's driving history was described as 'deplorable' by a Magistrate after he failed to keep his eyes on the road. Deepak Sharma, 29, pleaded guilty in Rockhampton Magistrates Court yesterday to failing to drive with due care. The court heard ... [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinInvestor snaps up Rocky pub for $200000Rockhampton Morning BulletinA WESTERN Australian investor has snapped the Central Hotel in Koongal at the bargain price of $200,000. The sale went through on September 2, after a few months on the market, and agent Andrew Leach said the North Rockhampton pub would continue ... [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinGet fit for summer with Sally: Workout #3Rockhampton Morning BulletinTHIS week is third in a twelve part series where Sally Fitzgibbons walks us through the exercises she uses to stay in tip-top shape for the World Surfing League. The best part about these workouts is they require minimal equipment meaning you can do ...and more [...]
Sat, Sep 24, 2016, Continue reading at the source
POLL: Which retailer would you like to see open in Rocky?Rockhampton Morning BulletinFOOD appears to be the theme when it comes to what Rockhampton wants in terms of retailers opening in town. The Morning Bulletin asked readers via Facebook on Thursday night what retailers they would like to see open in Rockhampton. With over 150 ... [...]
Fri, Sep 23, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinJamie Oliver needs baby helpRockhampton Morning BulletinJAMIE and Jools Oliver have hired a night nanny after being left "battered" by their new baby. The couple welcomed their fifth child, son River, into the world five weeks ago and the 41-year-old chef admitted they have now hired someone to help ease ...and more [...]
Fri, Sep 23, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinJamie Oliver needs baby helpRockhampton Morning BulletinJAMIE and Jools Oliver have hired a night nanny after being left "battered" by their new baby. The couple welcomed their fifth child, son River, into the world five weeks ago and the 41-year-old chef admitted they have now hired someone to help ease ...and more [...]
Fri, Sep 23, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinTwo treated for burns in separate incidentsRockhampton Morning BulletinShe was transported to the Rockhampton Hospital in a stable condition. Earlier today an elderly Causeway Lake resident was also treated for burns to her legs as a result of hot water. The QAS spokeswoman said they were called at 11.37am and she was ... [...]
Fri, Sep 23, 2016, Continue reading at the source
Rockhampton Morning BulletinBeveridge wants Dogs to keep 'knocking over fences'Rockhampton Morning BulletinBULLDOGS coach Luke Beveridge admits he's still not sure what kind of finals campaign is best. You would reckon he will have a better idea tonight when Geelong hosts Sydney at the MCG, ahead of his team's own preliminary final with GWS tomorrow. [...]
Fri, Sep 23, 2016, Continue reading at the source