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Why does juvenile crime around CQ seem to be worsening?

Premium Content Why does juvenile crime around CQ seem to be worsening?

Residents of Central Queensland have been crying ‘enough already’ for the longest...

Govt promises to listen to CQ business owners

Premium Content Govt promises to listen to CQ business owners

News Corp asked what was being done about youth crime which made some CQ small...

$140m support for small businesses

Premium Content $140m support for small businesses

Small businesses recovering from the pandemic will be given greater support with a...

‘Putting children first’: Child Safety Week begins

Premium Content ‘Putting children first’: Child Safety Week begins

A child safety organisation which recently opened a facility in Gladstone was...

$200k funding for Gladstone DV services after shocking spike

Premium Content $200k funding for Gladstone DV services after shocking spike

Gladstone Women’s Health Centre has seen a drastic increase in people requesting...

CCC probe launched after candidate booted from youth program

Premium Content CCC probe launched after candidate booted from youth program

One Nation’s candidate says his youth crime prevention program was cancelled by the...

Rush to counter Domestic Violence spike from pandemic

Premium Content Rush to counter Domestic Violence spike from pandemic

Both levels of government are spending millions to mitigate CQ’s already bad DV...

With small steps, we can end the terror at home

With small steps, we can end the terror at home

This is how family massacres impact our nation, writes SHERELE MOODY

Kids in detention denied access to water, toilet

Premium Content Kids in detention denied access to water, toilet

A new report has damned the way children were treated.

Gladstone foster carer welcomes push for more information

Gladstone foster carer welcomes push for more information

A new mobile app is designed to provide info at short notice.

CQ child safety investigations go up by 325 cases

CQ child safety investigations go up by 325 cases

Less than 40 per cent of QLD investigations commenced on time.