The issue of sick and diseased fish life in the Gladstone Harbour continues.
It's been nearly six weeks since fishers have been able to make a living in the area - fish stocks have been decimated by red spot and eye parasites.
The Fisheries minister says there's nothing to worry about, but local fishos disagree.
To see the government's test results for yourself, visit:
Interview with Annette Hughes, director of the Reality Writes Literary fesitval up at Cooroy.
We spoke about Annette's move to the hinterland, the importance of having a dedicated non-fiction literary festival and the talent of local authors.
Broadcast during the Sea and HotFM breakfast shows on 16th of August 2011.
Youth crime is a continual problem in Rockhampton. This package was prompted by a press conference local MP Robert Schwarten held on the issue.
We were overwhelmed with talkback callers who wanted to discuss the Queensland Police's "taskforce" targeting motorbike riders on the Sunshine Coast. We spoke with motorbike riders, motorists and parents whose sons died in motorbike accicents.
Music: Powderfinger - 'I'm On Your Side"
I checked out the launch of the Reality Bites non-fiction literary festival and spoke to Maggie Counihan and Antoinette O'Connor - two women who decided to wave goodbye to everyday life and travel around the world solo at 60 years of age.
MUSIC: Skipping Girl Vinegar - 'Here She Comes'
Bruce and Denise Morcombe are currently on a road trip from Brisbane to Cairns, visiting schools along the way to talk about their son Daniel's abduction and child safety.
The trip is part of National Child Safety Week.
To find out more about child safety and the incredible work the Morcombes do, visit the Daniel Morcombe Foundation website.