Program shows importance of mangroves

MANGROVEWATCH is heading to Gladstone to talk about data and the importance of the mangrove ecosystems in the region.

The program was designed to inform coastal development while maximising conservation.


>> Local snapper spots jabirus for stunning photograph

MangroveWatch has joined forces with Gidarjil Rangers, Gladstone Ports Corporation and James Cook University.

There will be an information session on Friday, March 27, at the Gidarjil meeting room at 9am.

On Saturday, March 28, there will be a public information session and sea country inspired art show at the Leo Zussino building at 9am.

For more information contact Richard or Arthur on 4972 1881.

Topics:  environment mangrove wetlands

QAL face potential fines, penalties after caustic spill

VITAL WORK: Department of Environment and Heritage Protection compliance officers Natalie Wheeler and Alana Coates.

Monitoring continues today after Sunday night spill at QAL

WATCH: 1770 has its time in the sun as Today Show airs live

The Today Show broadcast live from the Seventeen Seventy foreshore this morning

Hundreds of people flocked to the 1770 foreshore this morning.

Seven police, ambo, fire crews transform quiet Barney Point street

Seven crews responded to reports of a fire at Barney Point this morning.

Peaceful morning took dramatic turn after crews rushed to apartment.

Local Partners