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Central Queensland Cleans Up At Tourism Awards

Rockhampton City from the water. By Dustin.inslay - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 Southern Great Barrier Reef tourism operators demonstrated the famous Queensland destination still holds enormous appeal to visitors, amassing 10 accolades at this year’s sold out Queensland Tourism Awards held on Friday night. A total of 87 awards, including 26 gold, 26...

Carinity Education Celebrates Graduations

Carinity Education Rockhampton Year 12 Graduates. Image Supplied. Carinity Education Rockhampton has farewelled the school’s first cohort of Year 12 students. Ten students are graduating from the alternative education school at Glenlee this Friday, having completed their studies. The students, family members and school staff celebrated the completion of their schooling at a graduation dinner...

STAY INFORMED | Bushfire Still Alight In Colosseum

CC0-Creative-Commons UPDATE | Firefighters and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service crews are monitoring a large bushfire burning near Blackmans Gap Road, in the vicinity of Oaky Creek, Boyne Valley. The fire is burning in an inaccessible area of the Bulburin National Park and there is no threat to property at this time. Smoke...

Blaze Sparks SE Of Gladstone

CC0 Creative Commons  UPDATE | Crews will continue to monitor and patrol a bushfire burning along the Bruce Highway near Dude Ranch Road, Foreshores. There is no threat to property at this time. Crews are backburning along Randles Road in an effort to contain the fire. Smoke may affect Gladstone and surrounds. If affected,...

Fire Alight SW Of Miriam Vale

CC0 Licence UPDATE | Firefighters and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service crews continue to monitor a bushfire burning in inaccessible land south of Prizemans Road, in the Dawes National Park, Boyne Valley. The fire is posing no threat to property at this time. Smoke may affect Boyne Valley and surrounds in the...

Lifesavers Bridge Language Barrier With New Technology

CC0 Public Domain  World-first technology being trialled on Queensland beaches this summer is set to save lives by breaking down the communication barriers between surf lifesavers and international tourists, educating beachgoers, and encouraging all swimmers to stay between the flags. In the past 10 years there have been 75 drownings recorded on Queensland beaches...