Bridge works to cause delays

Isaac Regional Council would like to advise that bridge inspections will be carried out throughout Isaac from Monday, August 29, to Monday, September 12.

Isaac region can expect rates notices in next week

Rates out soon: Isaac rates will contribute to the maintenance and upgrades of our roads and open space for families like the Andersons to enjoy.

Isaac rates notice are due to arrive by Monday, September 5.

Bikie Laws: MP compares bikie logos to burqas

Outlaw motorcycle gang colours and logos would be outlawed under the proposed changes.

"Are you going to become the fashion police?"

Rio Tinto gets $50,000 penalty for victimising worker

FINED: Rio Tinto's Hail Creek Mine. Photo Contributed

Judge has handed down a $50,000 penalty against Rio Tinto

Court to decide on Carmichael mine challenge

Adani Carmichael Mine.

Carmichael coal mine to be hit with a legal challenge

Forensic teams investigate serious Cap Hwy crash

One of the vehicles involved in a two-car crash on the Capricorn Hwy about 4.30am today.

UPDATE 2.35PM: Serious-crash patients to be treated at Rockhampton

Prepare now for flying fox migration

Little red flying foxes naturally migrate through Isaac from August to January and are known to establish temporary camps.

Take the time now to prepare for flying fox migration.

Melting pot of cultural styles

ENJOY: The Multicultural Festival promises  fine food and performances.

Multicultural festival promises a feast for the senses.

UPDATE: Man charged with endangering children in Gympie

The man and two children were travelling in this vehicle.

The two children were missing from Emerald

New aquatic centre taking shape

SPLASHING OUT: Central Highlands Mayor Kerry Hayes, CEO Scott Mason, Deputy Mayor Gail Godwin-Smith and councillor Charlie Brimblecombe inspect the rammed earth walls at the Blackwater Aquatic Centre site.

Construction on the Blackwater Aquatic Centre is progressing well.

Youi 'gets you' even if you don't like it

Youi's logo.

Insider claims Youi staff are misleading customers

US earphone company Jaybird homes in on the Coast

INNOVATOR: Immanuel Lutheran College graduate Judd Armstrong, 42, is the founder of wireless earphones company Jaybird.

If flapping earphone cables give you the sh**s, read this

Cane farming: Govt spends $5.5mil researching waste

Sugarcane industry loses $150m a year during harvest.

iPhone 7 confirmed for September 7 launch

One of the many images floating around promoting leaks on the iPhone 7.

Apple will hold its biggest upgrade for 10th anniversary edition

Why hyper-real social media is causing a rise in depression

Elke Kahler wants young people to appreciate Instagram photos for what they are - moments in time. "There is a whole life that goes on behind that one photo," she said.

Instagram influencer and doctor share common message

Master Builders admit to "pessimism" as economy struggles

Heat comes out of the Qld building industry

Verbal abuse recorded on phone before stabbing: court

Generic Rockhampton Court.   Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Verbal abuse recorded before alleged stabbing.

Petros K accused of stalking MP Brittany Lauga

Businessman Petros Khalesirad.

Businessman charged with stalking Keppel MP

Police stop stolen cars by popping their tyres on highway

Police pop tyres on stolen vehicles in early-morning highway pursuit

Baby's body accidentally cremated

One of the families request a burial

100-kid NZ brawl spills into KFC

Stock picture of a Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) signage on the Gold Coast, Friday, March 21, 2014. (AAP Image/Dave Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

Up to 100 students used knives, chairs and pieces of wood in brawl

Car bomb kills 70 army recruits

epa05513955 Yemenis inspect the site of a suicide bombing targeting a recruitment center in the southern port city of Aden, Yemen, 29 August 2016. According to reports, at least 60 people were killed by an Islamic State (IS) suicide bomber who drove an explosive car into a recruitment center run by pro-government militias in the southern Yemeni city of Aden.  EPA/STR

More than 70 dead and 98 injured in jihadist attack on Aden

Celebrity chef Stone turns to wax

Curtis Stone has been immortalised in wax.

Stabbed hero backpacker dies


British journalist Tom Jackson has died

Bikies get to ride back to NZ

A senior Hells Angels member is arrested by Victoria Police in a raid on the bikie gang's headquarters in Melbourne, Monday, July 30, 2012.  A handgun, as well as small quantities of cannabis and white powder, were also seized. (AAP Image/Julian Smith) NO ARCHIVING

Peter Dutton says bikie groups pose a threat to our community

Three held over 95kg of cocaine

Three arrested and 95kg of cocaine seized in Sydney

Intervention for childcare worker with abnormal sex interest

Wilson was caught exposing himself to to a two-year-old

Chris Brown's house searched by police after stand-off

Baylee Curran reportedly called police, saying a gun was pointed at her while she was inside Chris Brown's LA mansion.

He also described police as "the worst gang in the world".

Apple cops 13 billion Euro tax bill

The European Commission has ordered Ireland to recoup the money

Stanford University rapist to get out early

Brock Turner

Stanford University rapist to serve just three months in jail

Lightning strike kills more than 300 Reindeer in Norway

A handout picture provided by the Norwegian Environment Agency (Miljodirektoratet) shows some of the more than 300 wild reindeer which were found dead on Hardangervidda, Norway, 28 August 2016. The animals apparently died after lightning struck the central mountain plateau. EPA/HAVARD

Norwegian authorities made the grisly find over the weekend

VIDEO: What did Thor do during Captain America: Civil War?

Short explains why Thor wasn't in Civil War film.

Hilarious mockumentary features star of the film Chris Hemsworth

Angry dad totals car after daughter caught fooling around

This is the hilarious moment a father destroys his own car

World's oldest man, 145, just wants to die

Indonesian Mbah Gotho has document that says he was born in 1870

Celebrating Juno: NASA's best images of Jupiter

Jupiter's north polar region in an image taken by Juno spacecraft as it approached the planet. The spacecraft performed its first successful fly-by on August 27 out of 36 in total. Images from the fly-by will be much closer than this one, which was taken more than 700,000km away from Jupiter. The first fly-by passed about 4200km from Jupiter's clouds.

We share the most iconic images of Jupiter

Jupiter and Venus in closest encounter for 50 years

Even with a small telescope the heaven will reveal plenty of their mysteries.

most people will be able to see with the naked eye

Zumbo's Willy Wonka hat trick trips up Queensland brickie

Adriano Zumbo and Rachel Khoo with Zumbo's floating dessert in a scene from Zumbo's Just Desserts.

NOOSA'S Michael Basset asked to recreate floating chocolate dish.

John Lennon's killer denied parole for 9th time

John Lennon

John Lennon's killer has been denied parole for the ninth time.

Mexican band takes aim at Trump

Disguised as unhinged narcotraficantes, the Mexican-American agitators of BRUJERIA captured the mood of the citys minorities with the bands infamous and widely banned 1993 debut, Matando Geros (Killing White People), quickly becoming the Spanish-language counterparts to early grindcore masters TERRORIZER and NAPALM DEATH.  Photo Contributed

'Satanic drug lord' band challenges Trump

Willy Wonka star, Gene Wilder dead at 83

A still of Gene Wilder in the 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Social media has already lit up with tributes to the late actor.

Gladstone couple's spontaneous Gympie Muster wedding

Craig Oglesby and Brenda Strong celebrate their wedding at the Gympie Muster with punters in front of the Main Stage.

The Gympie Music Muster was the perfect place for a wedding.

Australian Survivor's Peter: I'm no quitter

Australian Survivor contestant Peter Fiegehen.

ILLNESS forces castaway's early exit from Samoa.