The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Articles from October 6, 2011

Andy Embraces Inner Zebra
IT was either the unforeseen dealings of fate or plain bad fashion sense which awarded Andy Stanhope the peculiar nickname aZeebza. On an evening out with friends, one stripy shirt proved to be not only the catalyst for playful mockery by his comrades,...
AU REVOIR WILLIAMS; Central Comets' Stalwart Signs New Deal to Play League in France
Byline: Alan Kennedy alan.kennedy@capnews.com.au RUGBY LEAGUE: When Guy Williams sets foot through French Customs control this week, his Australian background will be highlighted by the stocks of Vegemite in his suitcase. The Comets' C[pounds...
Backburning Causes Damage to Property
Byline: KERRI-ANNE MESNER Kerri-Anne.Mesner@capnews.com.au A DISGRUNTLED property owner has raised questions with the Rural Fire Service, claiming backburning actions caused $35,000 damage to his property at the weekend. Brian Smith, who owns...
Backpay Reprieve for Welfare Organisations
Byline: KERRI-ANNE MESNER Kerri-Anne.Mesner@capnews.com.au Who it affects Aboriginal and Islander Community Resource Agency Aboriginal Cooperation, Rockhampton Access Recreation Inc, Rockhampton Anglicare a Central Queensland Limited, North...
Big Planes Mean Big Savings; Virgin Australia Boosts Number of Seats Available on Rocky Flights
Byline: Adrian Taylor adrian.taylor@capnews.com.au ADDITIONAL cheap flights could be available for Rockhampton travellers as a result of a big increase in the number of seats available on Virgin Australia aircraft. The airline has allocated larger...
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Sheens backs Scott RUGBY LEAGUE: Australian coach Tim Sheens is confident Beau Scott will prove an able replacement after Glenn Stewart withdrew from the Four Nations rugby league squad on compassionate grounds. Stewart, who earned the Clive...
Cougars Football Close in on New Man for Top Job; Elite Brisbane Coach May Be the One to Reshape Game in Region
Byline: Alan Kennedy alan.kennedy@capnews.com.au FOOTBALL: Both Central Queensland and the Cougars moved one step closer to securing a man for key dual coaching positions yesterday when respected Brisbane- based coach Joe Fenech visited Rockhampton....
Cowboy Back on Deck; Thurston Determined to Send Lockyer out as Winner
Byline: Guy Williams Guy.Williams@capnews.com.au RUGBY LEAGUE: North Queensland Cowboys captain Johnathan Thurston knows something or two about achieving goals. The Queensland and Australian halfback visited Rockhampton and Mount Morgan yesterday...
Ex-Champs in Fray for CQ Men's Open Golf
GOLF: It will be a big weekend for golf in Rockhampton with the 2011 Central Queensland Men's Open Championship being held at the Rockhampton Golf Club. The field for the two-day event looks very strong with a number of previous champions in contention....
Gladstone Water A[euro][approximately]safe'; DERM, GPC Data Used for Report
Byline: Daniel burdon daniel.burdon@capnews.com.au WATER QUALITY Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Water Quality are calculated on toxicity. The guidelines provide the measure of biological significance of metals concentration,...
Jackman Enters World of Robot Boxing
Byline: Seanna Cronin THE much anticipated Real Steel comes out in Cinemas today. APN group entertainment editor Seanna Cronin caught up with star Hugh Jackman to hear all about the new flick. CHANCES are you've seen a lot of Hugh Jackman lately....
Local Barra Puts Chef Title on Orl's Platter
Byline: Chris Schwarten Chris.Schwarten@capnews.com.au ORL SMILES: Orl Bone from Frenchville Sports Club said he was overwhelmed after winning the Bulletin Chef of the Year cook-off. SPECIAL MOMENT: Reg Coryn from Keppel Bay Sailing Club, pictured...
Manage Luxury Riverside Units
THE management rights for 84 luxury apartments and a three-bedroom manager's apartment, office and storage areas in the Brisbane riverside suburb of Kangaroo Point is being offered for sale by Grant Bailey of Ray White Hotels Australia. C[pounds...
ManUp to the Fact That You Need to Lose Weight, Fatty
IF YOU'RE like me and the staff at McDonald's know you by your first name, there's a great program available to help you shed those unwanted kilos. It's called ManUp and it's a free physical exercise and healthy eating project for men and women in...
Our Team Needs Blokes, Not Becks
IT'S all over. No more Saturday afternoons spent camped on the couch, tuned into the AFL match of the day, no more Friday night NRL double-headers to tune into. And no Sundays spent working on your butt imprint on the sofa as you tune into the Sunday...
Oxford Lines Up Some Stellar Aussie Acts Annual Party Is Set to Draw Huge Crowd
Byline: kathryn greensill kathryn.greensill@capnews.com.au IF you're looking for something to do this New Year's Eve weekend, once again the Oxford Street Party is providing the perfect answer. Now open to anyone over 16 years old, the annual...
Residents on High Alert for Fire; Authorities Remind People to Be Wary as Many Fires Rage in Region
AUTHORITIES are urging Central Queenslanders to be on high fire alert this weekend even though Saturday's weather conditions are not expected to be as extreme as last weekend. Bushfires could still be a big threat. The region's fire bosses and...
Students Keen to Shine at All Schools Touch Titles
TOUCH FOOTBALL: Emmaus College captain James Baartz is ready to lead Rockhampton's onslaught on the 2011 Queensland All Schools tournament. Baartz and his Emmaus College teammates are competing in the open boys division at the biggest schools touch...
The eBay Blues: Shoppers Fret over Online Purchases
aCUSTOMERS please note: we can not service imitation guitar brands due to licensed agreements with our suppliers. Only genuine models will be accepted.a Outside Rockhampton's Green Brothers is where you'll find this sign, after a number of imitation...
Water Issues in the Spotlight; Coalition Dams and Water Management Task Group Visits Region
ROCKHAMPTON: The region's water resources will be the focus of a visit by Liberal National Party members tomorrow. The Coalition Dams and Water Management Task Group has been visiting southern and central Queensland from Wednesday to Friday this...
Workers on Strike for a ,Cyfair Share'; Hastings Staff Walk Out
Byline: Emma McBryde emma.mcbryde@capnews.com.au ABOUT 500 Rockhampton Hastings Deering workers will start a 48-hour strike action today after negotiations over wages and working conditions broke down yesterday. The Australian Manufacturing Workers...
Yeppoon Women Are Best
Byline: Alan Kennedy alan.kennedy@capnews.com.au GOLF: Yeppoon women are no strangers to the Central Queensland Pennants title and recently the club was successful in making it back-to-back successes. This year the final was played at Wowan with...
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