Doctor who removed wrong kidney settles pay dispute
A specialist doctor suspended from Rockhampton Hospital in central Queensland has settled out of court after taking legal action to have his pay reinstated.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
SE Qld could see 100mm of rain overnight: BOM
Forecaster Sam Campbell said the heaviest falls could occur anywhere from as far west as Roma to as north as Rockhampton, depending on where isolated thunderstorms develop.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Rocky uni moves into CBD
UNIVERSITY turf wars have broken out in Townsville with Central Queensland University establishing a base in the city which long been the stronghold of James Cook University.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
North Galilee Basin rail line: Queensland Government approves $2.2b plan
The controversial North Galilee Basin rail line has been approved by the Queensland Government, despite strong criticism from landholders and concerns over groundwater and air quality.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Karl Stefanovic reveals his secret weapon to a woman's heart with...
He can cook, so can you! Karl Stefanovic reveals the magnificent mussels and romantic ravioli that helped him win his woman's heart in new 'no fuss' recipe book It's fair to say that with his dashing good looks and innate charm, Karl Stefanovic is quite the dish.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Looking back at some of Qld's most baffling cases
Barbara McCulkin, 34, and her daughters Leanne, 11, and Vicki, 13, disappeared from their home in the inner-Brisbane suburb of Highgate Hill on the night of January 16, 1974.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Opera Queensland's Project Puccini brings out opera voices in 384 ordinary Queenslanders
Show time beckons for hundreds of ordinary Queenslanders-turned-opera singers set to star in local productions of one of the best known Italian operas.
Green Left Weekly
Australia's biggest coalmine gets green light
The logic of the market allows companies to invest where they think they can make a profit, no matter the risk to people or the environment.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Blue Mountains Gazette
Movie puts gambling in the spotlight
Glenbrook's Heath Davis is quietly confident he achieved everything he set out to during almost a full month of filming scenes in Gladstone and Rockhampton in July for Broke, his first feature film as writer and director.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Excuses behind judges' supreme snub
THEY were noticeably absent at their new boss's public welcoming ceremony yesterday - and most were conspicuously silent in the hours that followed.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Blue Mountains Gazette
Troy Cox eyes US tour berth
A big pay cheque from a tournament win in Rockhampton will help keep Katoomba golfer Troy Cox on track to fulfil his long-term dream to play on the US tour.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Carmichael coal mine project gets Federal Government approval
Australia's biggest coal mine, the $16.5 billion Carmichael Coal and Rail Project in Queensland's Galilee Basin, has been given federal approval.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
WA mining firm seeks to revive Mount Morgan gold mine
A Western Australian mining company hopes to unearth more riches from the old Mount Morgan gold and copper mine in central Queensland.