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  • Eacham Times

    COVID-19 Vaccine rollout in Cairns – one week on

    The COVID-19 vaccine rollout is well underway in the Far North, with Cairns Hospital on track to vaccinate its 1000th person. It has been a week since the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service started vaccinating frontline workers in...

    HR Help For Businesses

    Help is here!Tablelands Regional Council is running a series of free one-hour workshops to help navigate the human resources (HR) landscape.‘Businesses expect their staff to be high performing team members who follow direction and are great for business, 100% of the time’ said Councillor Dave Bilney.‘If you’re a business...


    Community groups bolstered by $12.7M in grants funding

    545 local Queensland community groups are set to benefit from more than $12.7 million in funding from the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) grants. Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Shannon Fentiman today announced the successful organisations and opened the latest round of grants for application. “Our not-for-profit organisations...

    Non-urgent presentations place pressure on public EDs

    More than a third of Queensland’s emergency department presentations are ailments or injuries that could be treated by a GP or pharmacist, latest data shows. The state’s hospital performance data for the October-December 2020 quarter shows there were 587,301 ED presentations. All 4,234 Category 1 patients – the most urgent cases...

    Cleanaway fined

    The Department of Environment and Science (DES) has issued Cleanaway Solid Waste Pty Ltd with two penalty infringement notices (PINs) totalling $26,690.The PINs, each of $13,345, are for two breaches of the company’s environmental authority (EA) for its landfill facility at New Chum.Cleanaway reported to DES that on 7...


    In the wake of Tropical Cyclone Niran, disaster assistance has been made available to assist local councils dealing with the extensive clean-up efforts required in its wake. Assistance is being provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA). Federal Minister for Emergency Management David Littleproud said the DRFA assistance...

    Stop immediately’: Chargers sold at Apple urgently recalled

    Belkin chargers sold at Apple stores and online have been urgently recalled, after Energy Safety Victoria found a safety defect in some models. The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission revealed on its product safety website that the Belkin Portable Wireless Charger and Stand, with the model number WIZ003, had a...

    Atherton Library Celebrates 70 Years

    Tableland Regional Council’s (TRC’s) Atherton Library is celebrating 70 years of sharing books, programs and other resources with the Tablelands community.‘Before Atherton had a local government library, a ‘reading room’ was established at the Atherton School of Arts, which is now the Atherton CWA building,’ said Acting Mayor Kevin...

    Drivers Asked to Make Safety Their New Year’s Resolution

    Queenslanders holidaying at home and a forecast of wet weather for large parts of the state present tricky conditions on the roads.Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said January was traditionally the month many Queenslanders and visitors chose to take long drives.“We all know people who will be...

    The Curtain Is Drawn on 2020 – New Year’s Eve

    Police Minister Mark Ryan and Assistant Commissioner Brian Codd have thanked the Queensland community for their support as 2020 draws to a close.Police Minister Mark Ryan said keeping Queenslanders safe and COVID-19 out of our communities remained a top priority for the Palaszczuk Government.“I continue to be heartened and...

    Statement from Health Minister re NSW COVID cases

    Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Yvette D’Ath said:“We are watching the situation in New South Wales very closely.“Queensland's Chief Health Officer is in constant contact with her NSW counterparts and receives regular updates on the growing COVID outbreaks in that State.“Queensland has strong border measures in place in...


    Desktop and laptop computer owners, As so many know, far North Queensland is a delightful place to live and a hard place to make a living, you need your computer to work for you. Our Computer Resources family owned business has been operating since 1982 in the Westcourt suburb close to central Cairns. We are delighted to welcome consumers and businesses with broken computers to our computer repair business at shop 6, Plaza 200 Mulgrave Road, Westcourt across the road from Mama Coco’s café in Aumuller Street. We enjoy the challenge of restoring busted computers to reliable ready to use machines that continue giving good service to you. Our three months warranty on our work is generous across far North Queensland. We deliver our services with a smile and hope to see you soon. We also recycle older computers you may have sitting in a cupboard or a box somewhere. Our clients often ask us to speed up computers and we have techniques and upgrades to do so at a reasonable price. Call or visit us now and be surprised at how cost effective it is for us to refurbish your computer. Call us now on 07 4051 6499 to book a priority appointment for your computer to be repaired. You will not be disappointed.

    Computer Resources

    Shop 6, Plaza 200, Mulgrave Rd., Westcourt QLD 4870