Moranbah ABC News Feed

  1. Beryl Neilsen gets great joy from contributing to the education of rural Queenslanders

  2. Winchester Foundation scholarships for remote youth bearing fruit

    A central Queensland woman is spending her estate while she is living to make the dreams of young rural and remote students come true.

  3. Supermarket delivery killing trade for businesses in regional Qld towns

    Businesses in small towns across the Bowen Basin say their bottom line is being hit by online delivery by supermarket giants.

  4. Cyclone Debbie disaster payments not reaching all farmers

    Farmers whose crops were destroyed or damaged in Cyclone Debbie are being denied much-needed hardship payments because the criteria and evidence needed is too strict, or some live just blocks from eligible zones.

  5. Cyclone Debbie rail closures to disrupt coal exports for weeks

    Queensland's coking coal exports look set for weeks of major disruptions after Aurizon confirms that some of its key rail lines have been seriously damaged by flooding associated with Cyclone Debbie.

  6. Cyclone Debbie's threat to multi-billion-dollar coal exports

    The tropical low resulting from Cyclone Debbie is threatening to dump flooding rains that could severely disrupt Queensland's multi-billion-dollar coal export industry.

  7. Man pleads guilty to toddler manslaughter

    The family of a toddler who was killed by his babysitter are devastated the case will not go to trial, leaving questions of how their son Hemi died unanswered.

  8. Miner lodges complaint to CCC over alleged Glencore illegal mining activity

    Queensland is losing more than 500 regional jobs and about $15 million a month in royalties because the State Government is favouring a multinational company over an independent, state-owned company, a mine owner says.

  9. Finch Chinee apple

  10. Finch in nest