Menu
News

Roads get a facelift in West Gladstone and Callemondah

THE next  phase of council's $3 million resurfacing project begins today and will disrupt traffic on nine streets in West Gladstone and Callemondah.

Gladstone Regional Council's engineering services portfolio spokesman Rick Hansen said contractors would carry out resurfacing over the next two weeks.

"Motorists and residents are advised to anticipate possible delays in these areas, with residents also urged to make arrangements for off-street parking," Cr Hansen said.

"Traffic disruptions will be kept to a minimum but delays and detours are likely."

The program will also include road resurfacing works around Tannum Sands, Calliope and Seventeen Seventy.

Weather permitting, work will be finished by April 4.

In other roads news, Oaka Lane in Gladstone will be closed from Herbert St to Brimstone St on Tuesday until 5pm.

Vehicle and pedestrian traffic will be restricted while excavation works are undertaken by Gasworks Domestic.

Oaka Lane also will be closed from Yarron St to Roseberry St on Wednesday from 6am to Thursday at 5pm.

Topics:  gladstone regional council resurfacing road closure roadworks



'You're the boss, mate': Man won't stop interrupting magistrate

Gladstone Court House, Yarroon Street.



Photo Brenda Strong / The Observer

Selwyn Noel Eather, 53, said he had 'unknowingly' ingested drugs.

Safe Haven's chance to set up a natural refuge

TINDER DRY: Ms Janssen said because of the very dry conditions on the South Australian property they found no evidence of wombats breeding and "no babies”.

Instead of being killed, wombats may be re-homed in South Australia.

Permanent stage to be built at Tannum Stands

LISTEN UP: There is always great music at BAM.

The facility will be donated to council by BTABC and Boyne Smelters.

Local Partners