The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Articles from March 14, 2013

Highlanders Looking to Kickstart Their Season
RUGBY UNION: Same scenario, but Hurricanes lock Jason Eaton is hoping for a different result. The Highlanders are in exactly the same place as the Hurricanes were a week ago Co two losses to start the season. The Hurricanes, though, managed to...
Iconic Retail Site Presents Top Option
THE property with an official address of 2 Eden St, Minyama, is positioned on the northern most end of Nicklin Way and until recently was occupied for 24 years by national retailer Harvey Norman who have since relocated to their own premises on Maroochy...
It,COs Hit and Miss but a Well-Done Remake Is Classic
FOND memories of my childhood revolve around television. Forget a sleep in, I was always up early on Saturday mornings to watch all the cartoons. It was the early CO80s, so the options included classics like Scooby Doo, Captain Cave Man and all...
Junior Cyclists Prove Their Skills against nation,COs Best
CYCLING: Rockhampton cyclist Bailey Goltz powered through illness to a third place qualifier at the National Junior Track Cycling Championships recently. Goltz, joined by fellow Rocky cyclists, sisters Brooke and Lara Tucker, travelled to Adelaide...
Keating Chases Acting Career in Debut Role in Australian Movie
HIS acting debut has been a long time coming. He knew if only he could get on set then he could prove he could do it. He just needed a director to take a chance on him. Ronan Keating has had the sort of recording career many dream of, selling more...
Ludwig Resign Offer to Mayor
Byline: Emma McBryde emma.mcbryde@capnews.com.au COUNCILLOR Bill Ludwig yesterday offered to resign as chairman of the Planning and Development Committee as the fall-out after de-amalgamation escalated. The offer by the man who successfully spearheaded...
MAROONS CALL FOR ROCKY DUO; Young Rocky Hockey Players to Represent Queensland
Byline: Melanie Plane melanie.plane@capnews.com.au ROCKHAMPTON PLAYERS Under 18 National Titles, 2-13 July, Newcastle, NSW and Canberra, ACT WomenCOs Ainslee Deeth Jasmine Cleland MenCOs Douglas Buckley Deyonte Fraser Clinton...
More to Potbelleez Than Just Top Music
Byline: Amy Haydock RATHER than starting the conversation typically about what The Potbelleez had been up to, lead singer of the Australian/Irish act Ilan Kidron was more concerned about how Rocky was going after the recent heavy rain and flooding....
NZ to Bowl First If They Win Toss: Captain McCullum
CRICKET: If New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum wins the toss at the Basin Reserve this morning, he will give his bowlers first use of the ball. McCullum, at a press conference on the eve of the second test against England today, when asked if...
Piece of History for Sale; Outstanding Views from This Large Site on Top of Buderim
AFTER an intense marketing campaign, starting in late 2012, 157 Burnett St, Buderim, will be auctioned on Saturday, April 6, at midday. An iconic parcel of land of 13,100sq m with 85m street frontage, owned by Burnett StCOs namesake, the Burnett...
Privatisation and Price Hike Threat
IT IS still early days, but recent announcements of the proposed electricity costs hike of about 21%, together with a hint of privatisation, should be cause for concern for all electricity customers. No doubt and rightly so, the electricity retailers...
Trainer Asks for Luck of the Irish; Sigvart Hopes Mum Said No Can ,Cyfollow,CO Past St Pat,COs Winners
Byline: Tony McMahon tmb.sport@capnews.com.au RACING: They are a superstitious lot the Irish. For sure they will be looking for a jockey sporting the green at the Rockhampton St PatrickCOs Race ClubCOs meeting at Callaghan Park racecourse on...
Willie Recalls Good Old Days; League Legend Still Loves Game
Byline: Melanie Plane melanie.plane@capnews.com.au RUGBY LEAGUE: When Neville Willie was called up to the old press box at RockhamptonCOs Browne Park one Sunday night in 1961, he never expected to be presented with the most prestigious award Rockhampton...
Young Fashionistas on the Field
ST PatrickCOs Day is a lucky day for Amber Saunders and Marc Nelson Co itCOs the day they will attend their first race meeting. Like many other 18-year-olds, who have come of age, Amber and Marc have their outfit shopping done and dusted in preparation...
Young Players Turn on Style
RUGBY LEAGUE: Emu Park and Capricorn Coast Brothers had crowds on the edge of their seats over the weekend, in a fast, thrilling match at Victoria Park. With a couple of ex-Brothers players in the under 14 Emu Park side, RDJRL representative Michael...
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