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New Year, New Editor

A FORMER editor has returned to Central Queensland to lead its local newspapers into the new year. The Longreach Printing Company welcomed back former...

Councils collaborate on collateral for disaster preparedness

Funding for the flipbook was provided by the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) and strengthens the efforts of local governments to prepare their communities for...

Sandy Gillies makes history as Primary Health Service CEO

MsGillies said her key priorities as WQPHN CEO would be to strengthen primarycare providers and harness the capacity of locals to improve the health...

More Heat More Splash

The Central Highlands Regional Council is encouragingcommunity members to make a splash at one of the seven aquatic centres in theregion this summer. Council’s...

CQ farmers face devastation if no significant rainfall by Christmas

THE FESTIVEseason is gearing up to be a bleak and desperate time for Queensland farmers aswater levels in the Fairbairn Dam drop to 8.75...

Egerton Street lit up for Future Hope Twilight Markets

The street literally lit up and was filled with marketgoers, with vendors displaying a variety of goods, from crystals to handmadecrafts, toiletries and accessories. Some...

Longreach Hospital recognised for highest standards of patient support

The annual awards are designed topromote and recognise the contributions made by health service staff throughoutQueensland. Those eligible for the awardsinclude hospital orderlies, cleaners, kitchen,...

Family Carnival visits the Central Highlands

Fun Time Amusements explained that they hostedcarnivals at the tail end of the COVID pandemic. Fun Time Amusements operator, Roy Johnson explainedthat, pre-COVID, Fun Time...

Little Bravehearts raising funds for child sexual abuse survivor support

The Denim and Lace Model Support Group are holdinga fundraiser at McIndoe Park to help sexually abused children supported byBravehearts. There will be a fashion...

Good samaritan bears new signs

Since the saleof their first bear in February 1993, Tambo Teddies has hand-crafted and sold morethan 50,000 woollen toys to people across the globe...

RFDS lights-up Outback airstrips

Charleville Senior BasePilot, Nick Tully, and flight standards manager, Warren Schmidt, have developedkerosene lantern kits which will aid pilots land in remote areas obscured...

Share the Dignity this Christmas with Its In The Bag

The study found that, almost onein 10 Australian women in a relationship have suffered through domesticviolence during the COVID-19 crisis, with two-thirds of these...

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On May Day with Dave Kerrigan

It's not the first time Barcaldine Labor member and Maranoa candidate Dave Kerrigan has run for a Federal or State election, but his convictions...