Morning Rewind: Top 5 stories you may have missed
GOOD MORNING Gladstone,
Welcome to today’s edition of The Morning Rewind, where we fill you in on the biggest stories you may have missed yesterday, September 18.
MANY Gladstone residents have received a letter during the week from Liberal National Party candidate Ron Harding with a postal vote application and a paid return envelope.
Read about Glenn Butcher MP’s concerns regarding postal voting data collectionHERE.
WORKS to repair nine floodways along Gladstone-Monto Road have reached an important milestone, with culverts now built at all sites.
See the progress pictures HERE.
THE Queensland Government has announced $330,000 to go towards funding the concept design for the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail as part of a $10 million coup for rail trails across the state.
View the breakdown of funding HERE.
A CENTRAL Queensland surf lifesaving club president has set the record straight after his club was criticised for destroying surf craft last weekend.
Find out his reasons why they didHERE.
THE long-running feud between Gladstone Regional Council and the Boyne Island-Tannum Sands Golf Club appears to have no end in sight.
Read the latest drama HERE.