Gladstone News

Sat 24 Oct 2020

No new Qld cases as Europe wave soars

Premium Content No new Qld cases as Europe wave soars

Queensland has recorded another day without any new cases of pandemic coronavirus as infections in Europe more than double in 10 days.

Morning rewind: Top 5 stories you may have missed

Premium Content Morning rewind: Top 5 stories you may have missed

Here are the top five stories you may have missed yesterday.

REVEALED: Where the candidates say jobs will come

Premium Content REVEALED: Where the candidates say jobs will come

“What will you do to ensure our children and people can obtain good secure jobs for theirs and the city’s future?”

Labor accused of giving voters’ private details to unions

Premium Content Labor accused of giving voters’ private details to unions

Names, dates of birth, addresses and phone numbers of an unknown number of people has allegedly been shared between the Queensland Labor Party and unions.

CQ mine plans to expand camp by more than 30 rooms

Premium Content CQ mine plans to expand camp by more than 30 rooms

If approved, the company hopes the extra units would be fully operational next year

Ultimate guide to the state election

Ultimate guide to the state election

From the promises of jobs to the questions that leaders refuse to answer. Here’s your ultimate guide to Queensland political party policies.

Fri 23 Oct 2020

THE DEBATE: So who won it?

Premium Content THE DEBATE: So who won it?

The Observer Editor Darryn Nufer delivers his verdict.

Retail worker showed police to his homemade bong

Premium Content Retail worker showed police to his homemade bong

Harrison Andrew Michael Bulow appeared in court this week.

UPDATE: Person in hospital after fall at Gladstone pub

Premium Content UPDATE: Person in hospital after fall at Gladstone pub

UPDATE: A QAS spokeswoman said it appeared the person had tripped and fallen

ROAD CLOSURES: Weekend travel to be impacted

Premium Content ROAD CLOSURES: Weekend travel to be impacted

See the Gladstone region thoroughfares that will be affected.

Grieving mother’s hotel quarantine despair

Premium Content Grieving mother’s hotel quarantine despair

‘I feel like everything else has been taken from me.’

SCHOOLS IN FOCUS: Clinton’s book week goes virtual

Premium Content SCHOOLS IN FOCUS: Clinton’s book week goes virtual

Students still participated in the event despite Covid-19.

$3.8m project to ‘future-proof’ trade and jobs

Premium Content $3.8m project to ‘future-proof’ trade and jobs

The completion of the project means larger vessels can now berth at Gladstone Ports Corporation.

Woman fined after New Auckland crash

Premium Content Woman fined after New Auckland crash

A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman said the motorist had a child in the car at the time of the collision.

REVEALED: Plans for Gladstone health services and Mater

Premium Content REVEALED: Plans for Gladstone health services and Mater

NEW information came to light in Thursday night’s Gladstone Election Debate hosted by The Observer.

Woman who failed to stop for RBT almost hit a cop

Premium Content Woman who failed to stop for RBT almost hit a cop

Rachel Mary O’Grady thought she was being waved to keep going.

Complaint lodged over Labor’s bus at Gladstone booth

Premium Content Complaint lodged over Labor’s bus at Gladstone booth

“The Electoral Act 1992 regulates the size, quantity and placement of election signage at polling places.”

League Stars program rolls into Calliope

Premium Content League Stars program rolls into Calliope

“It is all about learning new skills and making new friends along the way.”

OUR HOME TOWN: Cheesy new grazing business opens

Premium Content OUR HOME TOWN: Cheesy new grazing business opens

Gladstone woman Sammy Warwick has turned her love of creating platters into a new business.

‘Please be respectful’: Mayor’s plea to Lilley’s Beach hoons

Premium Content ‘Please be respectful’: Mayor’s plea to Lilley’s Beach hoons

Mayor Matt Burnett has pleaded with hoons who tore up a local beach recently.

FREE EVENTS: Council presents Social Inclusion Week 2020

Premium Content FREE EVENTS: Council presents Social Inclusion Week 2020

Gladstone Regional Council’s theme for Social Inclusion Week 2020 is Connect, Collaborate and Celebrate.

Crews called to Ambrose bushfire to find false alarm

Premium Content Crews called to Ambrose bushfire to find false alarm

Crews were called to the Bruce Hwy after reports of a vegetation fire on the side of the road.

Morning rewind: Top 5 stories you may have missed

Premium Content Morning rewind: Top 5 stories you may have missed

The biggest stories you may have missed yesterday, October 22.

Homemade vodka brings drink-driving mum unstuck

Premium Content Homemade vodka brings drink-driving mum unstuck

Danielle Kathleen Jensen was shocked she was still over the legal limit the next day.

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