ROVING REPORTER: Jessica Dorey.
ROVING REPORTER: Jessica Dorey. Rebekah Yelland

Roving to a town near you

THE CQ News wants to shout you a coffee.

Next week our roving reporter will head to Middlemount.

Each week, one of the CQ News reporters, Rebekah Yelland or Jessica Dorey, will set up shop in a business in the region so you can head along and meet them in person.

You might have a story idea you want to share or maybe there's a section you would like to see in the paper?

Or perhaps you just want to say hello.

But please don't be scared to approach our roving reporters.

The whole point of them getting out to the communities is to meet people like you.

So to meet Jess, head to the Lemon Tree Cafe, 4/2 Leichardt Dr, Middlemount, between 11am and 1.30pm on Tuesday, November 8.

The first 10 people to introduce themselves to Jess will have a coffee bought for them.

And it's on us.

Just look out for Jess with her laptop and her CQ News sign.

If you are in Middlemount and can't make it to the Lemon Tree but have a story you would like to share or would just like to catch up with Jess, let her know by emailing jessica.dorey @cqnews.com.au.

She will set up a time on Tuesday to see you.

If you have an easily accessible business that we could set up shop in, please let us know.

We would love to come and visit.

Next week we'll head to Clermont, so make sure you check out details of where we'll be and when in next week's edition of the CQ News.


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