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Media challenged over use of cameras during meeting

Premium Content Media challenged over use of cameras during meeting

Officially called ordinary, quite often they are anything but.

Seawall restoration goes ahead

Seawall restoration goes ahead

The Conway seawall soon will be restored.

Councillor launches marriage equality attack on acting mayor

Councillor launches marriage equality attack on acting mayor

Mather accuses Hutton of speaking out of line on same-sex marriage

Demolition of major Cap Coast servo to make way for new project

Demolition of major Cap Coast servo to make way for new...

After 41 years, this building will be knocked down and rebuilt.

Huge boost for investor's bid for international Coast airport

Huge boost for investor's bid for international Coast...

THREE possible locations for CQ's international airport revealed.

Filthy 'human waste' floods CQ family's property

Filthy 'human waste' floods CQ family's property

FAMILY lives among filth as loads of human waste runs onto property.

30 homes isolated as flood surges near Rocky

30 homes isolated as flood surges near Rocky

UP TO 30 homes cut off as major flood inundates town near Rocky.

Disaster funding uncertain and could hurt ratepayers

Disaster funding uncertain and could hurt ratepayers

$1.3B payment was split in two and delayed for 12 and 24 mths

Livingstone Shire Council debt part of plan: Ludwig

Livingstone Shire Council debt part of plan: Ludwig

Livingstone Mayoral Candidate Heath Henwood says questions remain

A rubbery solution to the Keppel Kraken children woes

A rubbery solution to the Keppel Kraken children woes

'not uncommon for play structure designs to be revisited'

VIDEO: Woman crashes into sinkhole from ruptured water pipe

VIDEO: Woman crashes into sinkhole from ruptured water pipe

No water in Ward Street since 3am - reader reports

Cyclone Marcia makes dent in Livingstone Council's budget

Cyclone Marcia makes dent in Livingstone Council's budget

Annual report reveals Marcia's toll on council's finances