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Council walks tightrope as it balances housing demand, weary investors and increased migration to town.
A FORMER Mackay woman proclaimed “it’s not like I belong to the mongrel mob” as she justified why she bit two pharmacy workers and belted the owner of a dog.
Airlie Beach man fronts court for sending ‘taunting’ messages to former partner who he claims didn’t tell him he was infected.
Full list of everyone scheduled to appear in court today, August 3.
Each day a number of people appear in Mackay courts on a range of different charges.
A series of developments in the western Whitsundays have raised questions over the safety of roads.
The revelation has sparked calls to change the funding criteria.
The data also reveals thousands of people in Central Queensland are in need of social housing.
The Bowen side were relentless in their weekend clash against the Kuttabul Camelboks.
Club president Beau Hargrave led an impassioned chant in the sheds after the club’s first A-Grade win in recent memory.
The arrest comes more than two months after detectives launched a complex investigation into the baby’s death in June.
An inaccurate Eastern Swans came within a whisker of ending North Mackay’s near two-year winning run.
There have been no new cases of coronavirus in Queensland in the past 24 hours. It comes at the start of a critical week for the state, with police promising a blitz on people in home quarantine.
Parks, bikes, pools and trash: Here’s how Clermont benefited from the Isaac 2020 budget
Scientists say the biodiverse ‘jewel’ in Queensland’s crown is worthy of UNESCO world heritage status
Hazard reductions burns will take place on the island on August 4 and 5.
Why is a land rescue any different to the ‘fee for rescue’
'I'd known what it was like to yearn for a child and not know whether it was going to come to fruition.'
As the devastating effects of the pandemic lockdown persist, a shock new survey reveals how much time Queensland businesses believe they have left.
They will bring a range of skills to stations in Emerald, Mackay and Rockhampton.