Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)


Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)


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Dog poisoned

THE person who killed Tungamull woman Sandra Thynne's dog Buster is still on the loose.

An autopsy has revealed Buster was poisoned before he was placed in the back of Ms Thynne's car for her to find in the morning.

The 40kg Ridgeback cross shar pei had been her mother's dog before she died from cancer in September 2008.

The matter is still being investigated by the police and RSPCA.


WHILE Spartan Paintball is looking to expand into Rockhampton with the launch of a mobile business, the company has already serviced the district for many years from its Raglan base.

A spokesman for the company yesterday said many people from Rockhampton had enjoyed paintball activities at the Raglan site for the past three years.

In yesterday's The Morning Bulletin Spartan Paintball owner Darrell Pratt spoke about the company's plans for the future, which included offering even more opportunities for Rockhampton people to get involved in the action-packed pastime. …

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