MARYBOROUGH and Hervey Bay are two of Queensland’s most faithful cities – at least online.
MORE than 4500 people in the Mackay district are doing the dirty on their partner.
THE Northern Rivers have two of New South Wales’s online cheating hotspots.
NEARLY 3000 Gladstone residents are looking to have affairs, and per capita Agnes Water is one of Queensland’s online cheating hot spots.
CENTRAL Ipswich's unemployment rate is forcing people to live off credit and has led to a jump in consumer insolvencies.
UNEMPLOYMENT and credit card debt were the biggest causes behind Sunshine Coast people being declared bankrupt in the final months of 2014.
FRASER Coast motorists are being “ripped off” at the bowser – paying on average 15 cents per litre more than capital city drivers at the start of this year.
NOT many people would do almost $60,000 worth of work for free and be happy about it.
BUNDABERG’S dual floods are still haunting the city financially with an insolvency expert blaming them for 38 credit-driven bankruptcies in 2014’s last months.
POLITICAL and legal groups have welcomed a report calling to end domestic violence – but called for time to consider the 140 recommendations it made.
Geoff has been working for the QT since August 2011 covering Ipswich’s rural areas. He started working for APN in January 2010 with the Chinchilla News in western Queensland after growing up on a grain farm. Geoff spends his time out of work watching far too much sport following the Reds, the Broncos and various American teams.