Headspace's Coleen Tribe, Travis Rogers, Shae Bunge, Bec Frost and Louis Auld at the launch of The Big Stigma.
Headspace's Coleen Tribe, Travis Rogers, Shae Bunge, Bec Frost and Louis Auld at the launch of The Big Stigma. Tegan Annett

Five things you absolutely need to know today in Gladstone

A WORLD-first, digital work and study service has been launched in Gladstone by Headspace, Australia's leading youth mental-health foundation. The service is aimed at early school leavers, young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and young people in regional areas. The service will support them on a journey of finding and navigating a career path or working towards further education, which can greatly improve their health and wellbeing. To access the digital work and study program visit www.digitalwork andstudy.org.au.



All-female team reaching new heights

All-female team reaching new heights

They're ready to go with work starting Monday.

'Every bit helps': Still time to aid Gladstone woman's cause

'Every bit helps': Still time to aid Gladstone woman's cause

Deb Kilby isn't taking a step back when it comes to autism awareness

UPDATE: 72-year-old hospitalised for suspected snake bite

UPDATE: 72-year-old hospitalised for suspected snake bite

The elderly man is believed to have been bitten at Toolooa.

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