Moranbah ABC News Feed

ABC News
  1. Temperatures plummet in "tropical" north Queensland, leaving paddocks and fields west of Mackay blanketed in white frost.
  2. Still undecided on who to vote for in the seat of Capricornia in central Queensland? Here's what your candidates say.
  3. A civil claim in the Supreme Court alleges mining companies were aware of issues with equipment years before a father of two was killed in an underground coal mine.
  4. Teacher shortages across parts of regional Queensland are reaching "crisis point", turning classrooms into little more than child minding centres, parent advocates say. 
  5. A family is in mourning after a 58-year-old man was killed while working underground, using chains to lift heavy machinery, at the Moranbah North coal mine, in Central Queensland. Stephanie Zillman reports
  6. A 58-year-old dies in an underground coal mine at Moranbah in Central Queensland after suffering critical head injuries.
  7. Stranded out-of-towners from the Sunshine Coast's hinterland to Gympie are pitching in as locals save wildlife and kids spend pocket money on flood support. 
  8. The state prosecutor says there does not exist "a reasonable prospect of securing a conviction". 
  9. Australia is the world's largest exporter of metallurgical coal  used in steelmaking and the second-largest exporter of thermal coal used for electricity generation. How long will its run last?
  10. A central Queensland coal mine has the all-clear to restart operations, almost two years after five workers were injured in a serious gas explosion.