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Leaders consider how to improve Gladstone's 'likeability'

GAPDL CEO Glenn Churchill opens proceedings at the GAPDL Search for Solutions findings forum at the marina.
GAPDL CEO Glenn Churchill opens proceedings at the GAPDL Search for Solutions findings forum at the marina. Kara Irving

WHAT would you change about the Gladstone region?

A mix of Gladstone business, industry and community figures discussed findings from a recent GAPDL Search for Solutions survey at a meeting on Thursday.

GAPDL CEO Glenn Churchill opened formal proceedings held outside GAPDL headquarters at the marina, before handing over to a panel of guests for expert discussion.

Gladstone Observer editor Meredith Papavasiliou quizzed the panel of five community leaders, before opening the discussion to the audience.

Hot topics included improving Gladstone's "likeability" and the need for community leaders to form a united front.

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