Stay connected to The Observer: top stories this week
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It's our goal every day to publish the best of our region's breaking news, sports, business and entertainment journalism that matters most to you. We also know that you live a busy life, so I have selected four key articles from this week in case you missed them. I hope you find this useful and enjoy reading.
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IT'S been a whirlwind start to policing careers for Gladstone's newest constables, but they're working hard to help keep the community safe. READ MORE
THE countdown is on for when Gladstone's luxury reef islands can reopen to the public. From June 13 residents within 250km of the departure point may visit Wilson and Heron islands, with a few notable changes. READ MORE
A DISQUALIFIED driver is regretting putting his foot down after being caught doing 138km/h in a 60km/h zone.
Calliope Road Policing Command Senior Sergeant Shaune English said this was just one of eight serious offences on Gladstone region roads in the past seven days. READ MORE
STAFF at the The Club Hotel in Gladstone are getting paid again after a "quirk" in the state's liquor licensing laws initially made the pub ineligible for the Federal Government's JobKeeper package. READ MORE
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