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Thu 21 Jun 2018

Why this threatened Gladstone bird is not being monitored

Why this threatened Gladstone bird is not being monitored

It's found in our region but you'll rarely see it.

Telstra to wipe fees in radical plan overhaul

premium_icon Telstra to wipe fees in radical plan overhaul

DRASTIC changes to Telstra’s internet and mobile plans include wiping up to half-a-billion dollars in unpopular fees and other incentives.

Beecher woman pitches Clothesline Brolly on Shark Tank

Beecher woman pitches Clothesline Brolly on Shark Tank

A BEECHER entrepreneur is forging ahead with her dream to sell The Clothesline Brolly across Australia after pitching the product to five influential investors.

SHOP CLOSE: Gladstone's favourite sweet store to close doors

SHOP CLOSE: Gladstone's favourite sweet store to close doors

SWEET tooths and families who enjoyed giving their children a takeaway treat have been saddened to learn Yogurtland will close its Gladstone store next week.

SGBR tourism outshines Gold Coast with visitor numbers

SGBR tourism outshines Gold Coast with visitor numbers

DOMESTIC overnight visitor numbers and tourism expenditure is growing at a higher rate at the Southern Great Barrier Reef than the Gold Coast.

Bad weather delays Boyne River dredge project by four months

Bad weather delays Boyne River dredge project by four months

DIFFICULT weather has delayed the dredging of the Boyne River by at least four months, with the project now expected to finish in September.

Free Friday night film will take you on a refugee's journey

Free Friday night film will take you on a refugee's journey

Your chance to learn about the challenges they face.

Gladstone gallery showcases local Indigenous history

Gladstone gallery showcases local Indigenous history

Indigenous art and local history on display.

Ross Noble says he's sorry with a new show

Ross Noble says he's sorry with a new show

The sell-out performer is heading our way.

Wed 20 Jun 2018

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Emergency crews called to two accidents

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Emergency crews called to two accidents

Separate accidents occur at the same time on the same road

New pool heater a game changer for Boyne Bullet swim champs

New pool heater a game changer for Boyne Bullet swim champs

These swim champs can now swim all year round

Boyne Girl Guides opens doors after 12 long months

Boyne Girl Guides opens doors after 12 long months

THE doors to the Iluka Girl Guides clubhouse at Boyne Island have been closed for a year

Minister fast tracks decision on $1.2b Hummock resort

Minister fast tracks decision on $1.2b Hummock resort

THE state government will make a final decision regarding the proposed resort development on Hummock Hill Island in a matter of months - instead of years.

Expert gives Gladstone teens lesson in cyber safety

Expert gives Gladstone teens lesson in cyber safety

POPULAR author, award winning speaker and teenage expert Michelle Mitchell

Couple rapt to now have two sons

Couple rapt to now have two sons

BABY Harrison Robert Kitching was born on June 15 at 12.47pm to parents Jennifer and Shane.

Old Barney Point rink to be revamped

Old Barney Point rink to be revamped

In the 1950's and 60's the small rink at Corone's Barney Point Cafe was the only place in Gladstone to skate and hang out.

Tue 19 Jun 2018

Big cold to start easing for Gladstone region

Big cold to start easing for Gladstone region

Cold winds, possibly from as far as Antarctica, have swept QLD.

Calliope Croc reported two weeks after sighting

Calliope Croc reported two weeks after sighting

RESIDENTS have been reminded to report crocodile sightings immediately.

Tannum Sands woman's rescued fabrics out shine plastic bags

Tannum Sands woman's rescued fabrics out shine plastic bags

TANNUM Sands seamstress Teresa Wilkie has been up-cycling

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