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- All train lines are delayed up to 30 minutes due to a points fault at Central.
Technicians are on site.10 hour(s) ago
- There has been a number of reports of people attempting to enter residential properties by claiming to be Council workers conducting an inspection.
Council employees who are conducting a legitimate visit to your home will show you their Council ID. If you are approached by someone who claims to be a Council worker, please ask for a photo ID and check if they are wearing Council uniform before you open the door.
If they are unable to produce identification, please do not give them access to your property and immediately report the incident to your local police station.11 hour(s) ago
- It's been a very tough few days in Qld's north, central and south west, where customers have been hammered by waves of severe storms. Hardest hit was Moranbah, south west of Mackay, where the damage has been described as "worse than Cyclone Debbie". We're pleased to be able to give our mates at Ergon Energy a hand, just like they pitched in with last week's SEQ restoration effort. Wherever you are in Qld, stay safe this storm season. Get Ready Queensland11 hour(s) ago
- Restoration in Moranbah has been hampered by afternoon storms which grounded the choppers we’re relying on to pinpoint network damage and to get to more remote sites. Crews from as far away as SEQ are backing up our local teams – taking a very quick breather here are Energex’s Reny Medeiros and Brad Minniss with Moranbah locals John Calleja and Braeden Dull who have been doing an outstanding job for their community. Around 1400 customers are still without power, nearly 48 hours after a violent storm ripped off roofs and threw trees onto powerlines, buildings and cars. Yet again, thanks for your patience – we’ll continue to work as hard and fast as we can, but safety is, and must always be, the top priority.
Energex Isaac Regional Council Moranbah, Queensland11 hour(s) ago
- RESOLVED: Customers please be advised the earlier issue at Fortitude Valley station has now been resolved. Residual delays have now decreased to less than 15 minutes. Thank you for your patience this evening.12 hour(s) ago
- Hold onto your umbrellas, Queensland! The Bureau of Meteorology is advising people across much of the state to expect rainfall between now and Sunday, with heavy falls possible. Heavy rainfall can lead to flash flooding, so it’s important to have a Plan B in case you become blocked by floodwater. Teach your kids about the dangers of floodwater and ensure they know not to play near storm drains or causeways. If you do need storm and flood emergency assistance call the SES on 132 500 and always phone Triple Zero (000) in a life-threatening emergency.17 hour(s) ago