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Lauga Cleared And Calling For Apology

Image Supplied Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga has called for an apology after the Electoral Commission of Queensland cleared her of any wrongdoing. She was given the all clear regarding an alleged breach of developer donation ban laws after she travelled to China. On Tuesday Mrs Lauga tabled in Parliament a letter from...

Severe Thunderstorms Likely In Central Qld

Image Credit: The BOM It is likely that we will see severe thunderstorms develop in Central Queensland on Tuesday. Severe storms are tipped to hit Rockhampton, Gladstone and surrounding areas including St Lawrence and Biloela and inland to Emerald.   Severe thunderstorms, packing damaging wind gusts and large hailstones are also possible from Mackay...

Rockhampton Man Accused Of Assault and Vandalism

A man has been assaulted and a car smashed up in Coppabella overnight.   At 12.40AM on Tuesday, Moranbah Police received multiple Triple Zero (000) phone calls in relation to a disturbance on Mathieson Street involving a man assaulting another man and damaging a car. When they arrived at Mathieson Street, Police were confronted...

Cyclone Predictions For Coming Season

The Bureau has released its Tropical Cyclone Season Outlook, with the odds (65 percent) favouring fewer cyclones than normal. Despite this, Dr Andrew Watkins was quick to point out that the risk from cyclones was always high. "We've never had a tropical cyclone season without at least one cyclone crossing the coast....

The BOM Releases Cyclone Forecast

The Bureau of Meteorology is urging communities to get ready for what is expected to be a severe weather season. The Bureau's Severe Weather Season Outlook shows there is an increased risk of heatwaves and bushfires in the coming months. Parts of the country have already seen bushfires, and the Bureau's head...

Resource Companies Investing In New Tech To Reduce Emissions

Queensland resources sector continues to invest in new technologies to reduce emissions across the sector and is calling for an agnostic approach to the energy mix. Queensland Resources Council’s latest State of the Sector – a quarterly survey of resource CEOs in Queensland - found companies were already investing in a...
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