'Broken heart': Granddaughter abuses granddad who raised her

Heartbreaking tale of the little girl who grew up to be the abuser

Alex Staines chases down drink driver in Gladstone

This is what happens when you run out of milk.

Dairy farmers 'swamped' with orders, thank locals for help

Rod Kamholtz, from the Great Australian Ice Creamery, says Baffle Creek milk is the best.

A GLADSTONE dairy business has been 'swamped' with orders.







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LETTER: Why we should say no to fluoride

I BELIEVE that in Gladstone 30 million litres of carefully monitored water are flouridated every day, on the grounds it reduces tooth decay.

LETTER: Desperate hope to find little brother

PAIN: A letter writer hopes to re-connect with her lost brother.

Every day I am consumed by what I could have done differently

See how Curtis Island adds to state economy: Letter

Aerial shot of the LNG proponents on Curtis Island, QGC, APLNG, GLNG. Photo Mike Richards / The Observer

LNG industry does light up Gladstone

LETTER: Our new police officers look like pack horses

Constable Mairead Devlin outside Roma Street Police Headquarters.

Let’s also not forget the helmet to protect their heads.

Book Review: A window into brutal world of double standards

Ensaf Haidar has written a moving account of her husband’s imprisonment in Saudi Arabia. You can follow the author on Twitter @miss9afi.

IT BEGINS as a love story, but there is no happy ending yet for Raif

OPINION: The past pops up at the strangest times

Columnist Greg Bray

We've all experienced things that we're deeply ashamed about.

Why you should never buy a brand new car

Think of how much you'll lose in depreciation.

Cop biter Mad Maddie scratches officer's face

CONVICTED cop biter Madeleine Joan Manthey struck again when in a tempestuous outburst fuelled by booze she scratched the face of a police officer.

This man harassed his partner minutes after they left court

JUST moments after leaving a Gladstone court for offences of breaching a domestic violence order, a man followed his former partner.

Barmaid caught with pot plant 'gift' in Central Lane flat

SHE told police she lets friends use drugs in her Central Lane flat.

‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price

DAIRY farmers need to borrow trade union strategies and fight as one for a fair deal from processors.

Disaster funding uncertain and could hurt ratepayers

Cooberrie Park wildlife keeper Kieron Smedley has a look around the park that was demolished in Cyclone Marcia. Below left: Man walks his dog down Gladstone Road after the 2011 Fitzroy River flood.

$1.3B payment was split in two and delayed for 12 and 24 mths

Coles and Woolworths' dairy war hurts CQ farmers

Michael and Aaron Clews, from Slatewood dairy farm in Rossmoya, discuss the impact of supermarket milk wars on Central Queensland farmers and economy.

Dairy price war impacting $70 million injected into CQ economy

Queensland dairy industry struggling as farmers hit wall

"...now they’re not producing enough milk to cover Queensland"

Website to tackle suicide as Mendoza pleads for funds

A graph showing suicide rates of electorates.

Graph shows the regions alarming suicide statistics

Fraser Coast workers earn $10,000 below Brisbane average

Cash money   Photo:Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

Fraser Coast workers are earning $10,000 less than Brisbane median.

Netflix internet speed test: How do you rate?

Highway 66: the speed at the Sunshine Coast Daily office.

New site allows Australians to test their mobile or broadband speed

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Boyne mums at Baby Bounce

Jodie Jantzen and Tanner, 9 months at the Boyne Island Library baby bounce class. May 26th, 2016

Boyne Island Library baby bounce class lets mum bond with bub.

Gladstone Speedway

Jade and Jacko Hansen, 13 at the Gladstone Speedway meet. May 29th, 2016.

Gladstone Speedway meet. May 29th, 2016.

Polocrosse competition

Jack Denman competes at the Polocrosse competition held in Calliope. May 29th, 2016.

Polocrosse competition held in Calliope. May 29th, 2016.

Division 3 Senior Soccer

Valleys' Fabiano Silva and Meteors' Johno Creedy. Division 3 Senior Soccer between Biloela Valleys and Meteors at Meteors Oval. May 29th, 2016.

Division 3 Senior Soccer between Biloela Valleys and Meteors at Meteors Oval. May...

Oh my cod! Big catch in Mann River

Curtis Parker holds his catch of the day an Eastern Cod caught on the Mann River.

Giant eastern cod landed from kayak

Diving Vanuatu opens up a whole new world

Diving in Vanuatu.

Wrecks and reefs perfect for divers of all abilities

Fancy a 4WD adventure on Moreton Island?

OWNERS CLUB: Testing the MU-X in its element as part of the Isuzu-backed I-Venture Club and its stunning outings for owners.

Isuzu ownership has its benefits

Peugeot 308 GTi 270 and 250 road test and review

Ballistic 308 GTi 270 has proved its track potential, but also finds favour as a performance everyday offering...just.

$50k Peugeot takes on stellar hot hatch rivals

Taking a Wayward turn

Jason Patric as Dr Theo Yedlin.

Wayward Pines is back

Why faux not fur is now the hot new trend

Faux rug, faux leather pouf, faux foliage.

How big brand designers are changing their ways

Orchid will spike interest

A pink and white evergreen cymbidium clarisse orchid flower in bloom.

Everything you need to know about growing orchids

Winter: the perfect excuse for the perfect pumpkin pie

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How to make the perfect pumpkin pie

Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money

UP AND UP: Property owners are likely to win from rent and price increases but tenants and first home buyers might not be so happy. Photo: Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

Good new for property owners, not so good for buyers and tenants.

Gladstone's 10 cheapest houses for sale

ALL of the houses are selling for well under $200,000.