REWIND: Catch up on five of our top stories from the past 24 hours.
REWIND: Catch up on five of our top stories from the past 24 hours.

MORNING REWIND: 5 top stories you may have missed

GOOD MORNING Central Queensland,

Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we fill you in on the biggest stories you may have missed yesterday, October 29.

LETTERS: ‘Teachers deserve our thanks today’

Harry's view on NRLs move to ditch Australian Anthem for State of Origin series.
Harry's view on NRLs move to ditch Australian Anthem for State of Origin series.

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1. WATCH: Man in custody after stolen ute flips on hwy

A man has been taken into police custody after the vehicle he allegedly stole overturned on Burnett Hwy.

WRECKED: A similar vehicle was reported as stolen only hours earlier.
WRECKED: A similar vehicle was reported as stolen only hours earlier.

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2. Livingstone to get first off-leash dog park

The Livingstone Shire will soon have its first off-leash dog park after a suitable site was found during an extensive council investigation.

NEW: Livingstone Shire will soon have its own off-leash dog park.
NEW: Livingstone Shire will soon have its own off-leash dog park.

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3. Katie saddling up for first state championships

She is the powerhouse pee wee ready to make her mark on barrel racing’s big stage this weekend.

STAR QUALITY: Katie Humble, pictured aboard Betty will compete in the peewees at the weekend's ABHA State Championships in Gracemere. Photo: JEM Photography
STAR QUALITY: Katie Humble, pictured aboard Betty will compete in the peewees at the weekend's ABHA State Championships in Gracemere. Photo: JEM Photography

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4. ‘It’s disgusting’: Outrage over illegally dumped rubbish

A Central Queensland resident is fed up with rubbish being illegally dumped at a public area, commonly used for walking dogs and bike riding on the outskirts of town.

Moranbah community outraged over illegally dumped rubbish along a track at the outskirts of town, less than three kilometres from the mining town's resource recovery centre.
Moranbah community outraged over illegally dumped rubbish along a track at the outskirts of town, less than three kilometres from the mining town's resource recovery centre.

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5. REVEALED: Exhausted CQ trainee doctors fear grave mistakes

Exhausted trainee doctors across Rockhampton say they fear making grave clinical errors due to working excessively long hours.

CONCERNS: Trainee doctors at Rockhampton Hospital reveal their fears.
CONCERNS: Trainee doctors at Rockhampton Hospital reveal their fears.


CQ tops QLD for road deaths, X-rays and chronic conditions

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NAIF delivers $76m to help CQUni tech upgrade

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Two injured from crash on Peak Downs Hwy

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Emergency services were called to the crash just after 2.30pm.