Gordon Santo’s family’s pain at COVID-19 restrictions barring more than 30 people at funeral
Police and council to patrol crowd numbers at venues as COVID-19 restrictions ease this weekend
‘We cannot stand by and watch our economy go down the gurgler’
As five miners fight for life, these are the men who never made it home
More than $70,000 has been raised in just hours for the families of the five men still clinging to life after the Grosvenor Mine disaster near Moranbah.
Five people are in a critical condition after a workplace explosion in Moranbah this afternoon.
Weekend’s behaviour brings the total number of non-compliance notices for the district to 86, or more than $114,700 in fines.
Where the most fines have been issued and the overall report card for residents’ behaviour amid the pandemic.
Restrictions are easing and life is returning to normal, but a contact tracer’s work is not yet done
Contact tracers have a very particular set of skills to battle Covid-19. Here’s what it takes to track the invisible enemy.
Tara joined the company in 2010 after graduating with a journalism and politics degree from Griffith University in Brisbane. After first working in newspapers in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland, she joined the team at The Chronicle in 2013. In September that year she took over the reins of the Rural Weekly, and has been on the crime desk in Toowoomba since 2015.