IN PHOTOS: It was a night of reflection and appreciation as the community celebrated the Mackay-based service born out of necessity and hard-fought fundraising.
Precisely what you probably didn’t need on a Friday afternoon.
A national campaign seeks to lift the lid on where the best dunnies are to inspire more people to hit the road with confidence.
A Whitsundays brother and sister have struck it rich unearthing an opal deposit valued at $1.2m on a hunt in southwest Queensland.
Somehow we are already in April – a bit hard to believe but not all that surprising given everything that is happening in our great region.
Athletes wanting to take the next step in their respective fields can learn from the best with a landmark retreat planned for Airlie Beach.
It is the proven breeding ground for some of the code’s rising stars, and an extra $2500 in the kitty will mean an extra push for more juniors.
It’s six years since Hemi Goodwin-Burke died at the hands of his babysitter but his family continue to tirelessly fight for the voiceless and their families.
A Mackay police officer’s actions in stopping a woman from lighting herself on fire at a Northern Beaches home has been recognised with an Australian Bravery Award.
‘He was a brilliant light to all who knew him in the community and beyond.’
Tara joined the company in 2010 after graduating with a journalism and politics degree from Griffith University in Brisbane. After first working in newspapers in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland, she joined the team at The Chronicle in 2013. In September that year she took over the reins of the Rural Weekly, and has been on the crime desk in Toowoomba since 2015.