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YOUR GUIDE: To this week's gigs in the Gladstone region

LIVE: Gladstone's Andrew Thompson.
LIVE: Gladstone's Andrew Thompson.

TODAY

Yaralla Sports Club

Bingo from 7.30pm

CQ Mariners FC Bingo, 10am

Tannum Sands Hotel

Meat and money raffle, 7pm

Queens Hotel

Karaoke 8pm

The Reef

888 PL Poker

registration 6.30pm for 7.30pm start

BITS Bowls Club

Bingo 9.30am

Rocky Glen Hotel

Kazbah Karaoke from 8.30pm

TOMORROW

Queens Hotel

Dance until late with Karina and Mak

Yaralla Sports Club

CQ Mariners FC Bingo 7.30pm

Reef Hotel

888 PL Poker registration

6.30pm for 7pm start

Diggers Arms Hotel

Karaoke

Young Australian Hotel

No Strings Attached

Tannum Sands Hotel

Mix Tape

Albert Hotel Monto

Adrian Brown from 7.30pm - 11.30pm

Biloela Anzac Club

Chenai Boucher from 8pm - 12pm

Longreach RSL Club

The Sugar Daddies\8pm - 12pm

Tannum Sands Hotel

Elsewhere from 8.45pm - 12.45pm

SATURDAY

Queens Hotel

Karaoke

Club Hotel

888 PL Poker, registration from 1pm for 2pm start

Yaralla Sports Club

CQ Mariners Bingo from 1pm

Tannum Sands Hotel

Relic from 8.45pm - 12.45am

Longreach RSL Club

The Sugar Daddies from 8pm - 12pm

SUNDAY

Young Aus Hotel

Raffles, 11.30am

Queens Hotel

888 PL Poker, registration 1pm for 2pm start

Yaralla

Bingo from 1pm

Railway Hotel

Sunday session, 2pm

Yaralla Sports Club

CQ Mariners FC Bingo, 7.30pm

Tannum Sands Hotel

Andrew Thomson from 1pm - 5pm

MONDAY

Central Lane Hotel

888 PL Poker, registration from 6.30pm for 7.30pm start

BITS Bowls Club

Bingo 7.30pm

TUESDAY

Queens Hotel

888 PL Poker, registration from 6.30pm for 7.30pm start

Yaralla Sports Club

CQ Mariners FC bingo, 10am

WEDNESDAY

Central Lane Hotel

888 PL Poker, registration from 6.30pm for 7.30pm start

Club Hotel

Trivia Night, 6.30pm

Young Aus Hotel

Trivia, 7.30pm



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Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd tie the knot

Josh Bolin marries in front of close friends and family

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Property 200m from ocean selling for just over $100K

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The estate's developer is offering huge discounts for early buyers.

UPDATE: Former rodeo champ's sale rained out, now back on

Larkhill local Ken Consiglio is having an auction of most of the things on his property.

'People kept showing up and we had to turn them away'

Market opens as Gladstone sellers drop prices to force sale

VENDORS are dropping the price on houses to force a sale.

First stages of $25 million housing development underway

New development on Madsen Rd - The Springs.

The blocks of land are much bigger than usual