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Former support worker charged with sexual offences

POLICE have charged a former disability support worker with 12 sexual offences allegedly committed with a client over a nine-month period.
Millaa Millaa Falls, one of the attractions to be made the most of thanks to a master plan for the town of Millaa Millaa. IMAGE: David Clode.

The future of Millaa Millaa

JAMES Cook University staff and students are set to be a big part of planning the future of the town of Millaa Millaa. 
Local wheelchair user Ben Daley tested out the accessibility of The Crystal Caves in Atherton as part of the attraction's efforts to improve accessibility and inclusivity. IMAGE: Liam McDonald, Blank Studios

Improved accessibility at The Crystal Caves

PROMISING a gem of an experience for visitors of all abilities, award-winning Tablelands attraction The Crystal Caves has spent the past 12 months upgrading facilities for greater accessibility and inclusivity.
The First 1000 Days program focuses on maternal and child health as well as reducing health inequities for First Nations families. IMAGE: A small First Nations girl uses a stethoscope on a pregnant woman's stomach.

Healthy start for First Nations children

FIRST Nations families in Yarrabah and the Tablelands can access a new program providing targeted support for women and children in their first 1,000 days.
Mareeba Hospital Friends of the Foundation representative Robyn Boundy, Rotary FNQ Field Days former chairman Kevin Davies and Dimbulah Primary Health Centre Director of Nursing Glory Butler with the new i-stat machine. IMAGE: Supplied.

Dimbulah patients to access results sooner

PATIENTS accessing the Dimbulah Primary Health Centre will have almost immediate access to blood test results, thanks to support from the Rotary FNQ Field Days.
A reward has been offered for information regarding to the disappearance and suspected murder of Kathleen O'Shea in the Tablelands in 2005. IMAGE: QPS.

Reward for information about disappearance of Kathleen O’Shea

Tablelands Detectives are hopeful that a $500,000 reward will bring in information to assist investigations into the disappearance of Kathleen O’Shea in 2005.
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