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2015/07/30 09:23
2015/07/30 09:23
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PREPARE your petals and cleanse your palates because it's almost carnival time. The 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers will hit town with full bloom in a 10-day celebration from September 18...
2015/07/30 09:23
2015/07/30 09:23
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2015/07/29 11:26
2015/07/29 11:26
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Authorities find a 63-year-old British national safe and well on Queensland's Cape York after a search helicopter spots directions written into a sandbank. Authorities in far north Queensland will...
2015/07/29 01:34
2015/07/29 01:34
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CYCLONE Marcia may have left residents picking up debris for months after blowing through the region, but she hasn't deterred international visitors from coming for a holiday. In fact, the number of...
2015/07/23 23:23
2015/07/23 23:23
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YARN BOMBS at the ready, leave no tree, car, bike or footpath unmarked. Jumpers and Jazz in July, one of the quirkiest festivals on the Downs is in full swing with an action-packed weekend...
2015/07/22 21:11
2015/07/22 21:11
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MARIA Fuchs wants the Fraser Coast Council's decision to introduce timed parking in the Maryborough CBD reversed, and she's not the only one. More than 600 signatures have been amassed and earlier...
2015/07/22 04:11
2015/07/22 04:11
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A NEW policy adopted by Bundaberg Regional Council will reinforce the methodology to ensure all properties throughout the region attract a unique property location address. The council's governance...
2015/07/21 02:58
2015/07/21 02:58
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QUEENSLAND Fire and Rescue crews are currently on scene following a fire at Toowoomba North State School this morning. A QFRS spokeswoman said crews attended a structural fire on the corner of Mort...
2015/07/21 00:34
2015/07/21 00:34
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UPDATE 9.30am: AN Ergon Energy spokesperson has confirmed power has been restored to over 900 customers this morning. The spokesperson said the outage occurred when a air break switch failed. "Crews...
2015/07/20 12:39
2015/07/20 12:39
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QUT's Professor John Bell and Dr Wendy Miller found "significant savings" in energy usage and electricity costs were possible with a special roof coating. A cool discovery from QUT researchers has...
2015/07/17 06:23
2015/07/17 06:23
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THE decision about what to do after high school is not an easy one, but students were given a chance to discuss their options at a Future Options Day. Held at the Mt Lofty campus of Toowoomba State...
2015/07/16 16:21
2015/07/16 16:21
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Good morning Cincy. Here’s what’s up in the news today. The city of Cincinnati is instituting new measures to vet minority-owned businesses in the wake of a federal investigation of Evans...
2015/07/14 21:26
2015/07/14 21:26
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Queensland budget 2015: Bottom line unchanged, analyst says The Queensland Government's plan to transfer debt to state-owned corporations has not changed the state's bottom line, but the budget is...
2015/07/14 21:17
2015/07/14 21:17
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THE multi-million redevelopment of the East Warwick power substation will now be completed this financial year following yesterday's announced $9.6 million funding injection by the State...
2015/07/14 04:16
2015/07/14 04:16
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POWER supplies in the Toowoomba CBD were disrupted this morning. About 1635 customers had their supplies disrupted for about 10 minutes as Ergon Energy crews worked to restore power. Spokesman Rod...
2015/07/14 04:16
2015/07/14 04:16
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UPDATE: South west Queensland experienced a slightly higher peak last night than it had yesterday morning as residents continued to use appliances to stay warm. Power use peaked for the day at 336MW...
2015/07/13 12:24
2015/07/13 12:24
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Reducing general government sector debt by $4.1 billion is the flavour of Curtis Pitt's budget. Photo: Chris Hyde Treasurer Curtis Pitt will in Tuesday's state budget outline Labor's plan to merge...
2015/07/13 02:23
2015/07/13 02:23
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TOO good to be true, is how one resource economist described a Queensland Government budget restructure plan to shift $4 billion in debt to the state's electricity businesses. Treasurer Curtis Pitt...
2015/07/12 19:34
2015/07/12 19:34
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FORMER naval-serviceman Dudley Owens has received one of the highest accolades a bowls club member can get - the patriarchs medal. Celebrating his birthday on Saturday, he was awarded the medal that...
2015/07/10 19:34
2015/07/10 19:34
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TOO good to be true, is how one resource economist described a Queensland Government budget restructure plan to shift $4 billion in debt to the state's electricity businesses. Treasurer Curtis Pitt...
2015/07/10 14:30
2015/07/10 14:30
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QUEENSLAND households finally look set to reap some ­reward on their electricity bills thanks to their increasingly prudent use of power. The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has reined in the...
2015/07/30 09:23
2015/07/30 09:23
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