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Townsville Local News
Alleged pizza robbery may not be first
POLICE are investigating if the robbery of a pizza delivery driver on Sunday is linked to a similar incident in the same area.
Bickering stalls bus hub plan
ANOTHER multimillion-dollar project in Townsville’s CBD is being threatened by the failure of city leaders to agree on a way forward.
Brumby havoc continues
ROAMING brumbies continue to be a danger on roads in the Bluewater area a month after the death of a motorcyclist.
Police house attack
A VINCENT policeman and his family have had a lucky escape after a molotov cocktail thrown at their home failed to ignite.
Shots fired at cane train
INGHAM police are investigating the repeated shooting of a cane train brake van in the Herbert Region, possibly on Friday night.
Council staff breaking traffic rules
A TOWNSVILLE councillor is among 163 leadfoot staff who have been caught breaking traffic rules in council vehicles over the past three and a half years.
Dyson Heydon: â€˜Iâ€™m stayingâ€™
TRADE Union Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon has confirmed he will remain at the helm of the probe into union corruption, as Bill Shorten lashed out at Tony Abbott.
Drivers ... youâ€™ve been warned
MOTORISTS have constantly been warned about the dangers of breaking this road rule ... now the harsh reality of tough new penalties is about to kick in.
Mill cross at lax drivers
A THIRD cane train collision in the Burdekin in the past fortnight has sparked frustrated Wilmar Sugar managers to urge motorists to take more care around cane railway crossings.
Mozzie project kills off dengue
TOWNSVILLE may have bid good riddance to the scourge of dengue fever following the success of a field trial to eradicate the mosquito borne disease.
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Dengue fever outbreaks eliminated from Townsville in mosquito bacteria trial
Super heroes and villains embrace Mackay Sugar City Con
A word in your ear: technology and language
Regulatory duplication strangling aquaculture development in Queensland
Pacific Reef Fisheries general manager John Moloney red tape is stalling aquaculture development
Exercise class more than burning calories for Prairie women
Rural mum recounts "heartbreaking" decision forced by poor internet access
Food Rescue group uses pedal power to encourage healthy eating
Michael Morgan and James Tamou of the North Queensland Cowboys ruled out indefinitely
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