LONGREACH | CENTRAL WEST QUEENSLAND
Home News Page 63

News

Further progress on Outback Way in Queensland

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport andRegional Development, Michael McCormack, said the works were part of a broaderupgrade program under way. “The Australian...

Killer rubber vine creeps closer

Three watercourses inthe Lake Eyre Basin are now under threat, all in the Desert Uplands. Whilethese creeks are the front line in the war,...

Longreach store targeted for closure

While 92 of the 167 establishments will be rebrandedunder the Kmart banner, 75 will be shutting down, with stores in Longreach,Biloela and Emerald among...

Multiple thefts in Longreach

LATE on Tuesday, May 19, Policewere called to an assault in Longreach after receiving a complaint. Uponarriving at the scene, a 30-year old male...

Barcaldine families to benefit from Covid-19 grant

Outback Futures is a not-for-profit organisation providingmental health and wellbeing support for outback Queensland communities. Thegrant will support the delivery of the Stay with...

Pools, parks, playgrounds and libraries to re-open — with provisos

TheLongreach and Ilfracombe pools, as well as parks and playgrounds across theregion, opened from Saturday, May 16 although physical distancing guidelines stillapply. Libraries across...

Mental health conference battles Covid

Counsellor and member of theMental Health Academy, Robin Kent, said the summit was hosted by mental healthprofessionals and offered valuable information to those unsure...

New clinic to sink your teeth into

Appointments were suspended in early April inline with directions from the National Cabinet, causing health services acrossAustralia to reschedule non-urgent elective surgery and focus...

Royalla Shorthorn sales roll on

The auction’svenue and date were moved forward one week due to the Longreach Show’scancellation, with the sales now emanating from the Longreach Saleyards. Elders Stud...

Second single for Longreach singer

The popular artist began her endeavour into music when she was inhigh school, developing her musical prowess over the years by creating her ownlyrics...

“Lowlifes” steal rodeo fencing

Police are investigating the theft of 20 panels and fourgates. The equipment was last seen at the association’s paddock about fourweeks ago and reported...

$21 million tick of approval for Queensland infrastructure resilience projects

Ministerfor Emergency Management, David Littleproud, said this round of fundingincluded more than $17 million to improve regional road networks. “Today’sannouncement is in addition to more...

Latest News

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...