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Fri 21 Feb 2020

Turning to the future: Berg's top tech a sign of optimism

premium_icon Turning to the future: Berg's top tech a sign of optimism

The type of customers who will benefit from Berg Engineering’s latest piece of equipment are a far cry from those serviced in the early days.

Council gives green light to new cinemas

premium_icon Council gives green light to new cinemas

A NEW state-of-the-art cinema has been approved for construction, but it means a pre-existing facility is on the move.

Thu 20 Feb 2020

Breaking down barriers: CQU unveils training facility

premium_icon Breaking down barriers: CQU unveils training facility

CQUniversity’s new trade and training facility at the Gladstone Marina is set to revolutionise education in central Queensland.

UPDATE: Powerlines, trees down after wild storm

premium_icon UPDATE: Powerlines, trees down after wild storm

POLICE have been called to multiple jobs around Gladstone as a wild storm hits the region.

’It doesn’t feel real’: Uni students’ plans for the future

premium_icon ’It doesn’t feel real’: Uni students’ plans for the future

Hard work has paid off for 22 CQUni graduates.

PHOTOS: 19 of Gladstone's funny and cute doggos

premium_icon PHOTOS: 19 of Gladstone's funny and cute doggos

IT’S no secret the Gladstone region loves its cheeky canines.

Mine failed to identify access to lethal area as a risk

premium_icon Mine failed to identify access to lethal area as a risk

Lawyer claims former mine worker told a lie about a conversation with mine death victim.

Six-month reno turns ‘shell’ into retro dream home

premium_icon Six-month reno turns ‘shell’ into retro dream home

IT TOOK six months to turn this Glen Eden property from rags to riches.

DRINK DRIVERS: Motorists in court this week

premium_icon DRINK DRIVERS: Motorists in court this week

TWO motorists pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court this week on drink driving charges.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW: Countdown on for Agnes festival

premium_icon ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW: Countdown on for Agnes festival

FOR the first time in 13 years the annual Agnes Blues, Roots & Rock Festival will feature a second stage to complement the “legendary” acts on the main stage.

Singer excited to headline Agnes fest for first time

premium_icon Singer excited to headline Agnes fest for first time

Perkins, who has never been to Agnes Water, said he’s looking forward to having “yet another adventure” at the weekend’s festival.

Premier accused of threatening state coal jobs

premium_icon Premier accused of threatening state coal jobs

Annastacia Palaszczuk has been accused of threatening tens of thousands of Queensland jobs after she questioned if a proposed coal-fired power plant could be blocked on...

‘He lives on in our hearts’: Family pays tribute to miner

premium_icon ‘He lives on in our hearts’: Family pays tribute to miner

Wife speaks a year on from Moranbah mining tragedy.

‘Our community is hurting’: Federal funds dry up

premium_icon ‘Our community is hurting’: Federal funds dry up

GLADSTONE has not benefited from $150 million in funding originally pitched to help upgrade female change rooms and swimming pool upgrades.

COUNCIL ELECTION: Call for nominations looms

premium_icon COUNCIL ELECTION: Call for nominations looms

All but two current councillors – PJ Sobhanian and Peter Masters – are planning to run again, and several residents have also put their hands up.

ON TRACK: Call for inland rail tenders

premium_icon ON TRACK: Call for inland rail tenders

Gladstone and North Burnett councils will be working together for the next stage of the rail trail.

'Common sense prevails': Golf course upgrade to go ahead

premium_icon 'Common sense prevails': Golf course upgrade to go ahead

BITS Golf and Gladstone Regional Council have come to a decision both parties are happy with.

Tourism numbers not yet impacted by coronavirus

premium_icon Tourism numbers not yet impacted by coronavirus

GLADSTONE’S tourism figures have not yet been affected by the Coronavirus outbreak, due to its limited exposure to markets in China and Asia

Wed 19 Feb 2020

‘Fantastic’: Bride’s glowing review of region’s wedding businesses

premium_icon ‘Fantastic’: Bride’s glowing review of region’s wedding...

AFTER a tough year, Andrea and Craig Dean thought a Christmas wedding would end their year on a perfect note.

I DON’T: Why weddings in Gladstone are in decline

premium_icon I DON’T: Why weddings in Gladstone are in decline

The latest Queensland Government statistics show a decline in marriages across the region – with one area seeing a drop of 68 per cent.

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