February 2016

Published a story 29th Feb 2016 12:54 PM

LEONIE Creed’s major concern about Cyclone Marcia revolves around the fact that the our region received no acknowledgement that it had suffered in the cyclone.

Lack of recognition for region’s plight rankles

LEONIE Creed’s major concern about Cyclone Marcia revolves around the fact that the our region received no acknowledgement that it had suffered in the cyclone.

Published a story 29th Feb 2016 6:56 AM

BY the time you read this I will be sitting back on a chair and downing a coldie.

Allen Winter steps into the unknown ... retirement

BY the time you read this I will be sitting back on a chair and downing a coldie.

Published a story 22nd Feb 2016 6:24 AM

GLADSTONE Regional Council will have yet another stab at Federal Government funding to set up a community hub in Philip St.

Councillors divided on Philip St $10m project

GLADSTONE Regional Council will have yet another stab at Federal Government funding to set up a community hub in Philip St.

Published a story 13th Feb 2016 9:29 AM

GLADSTONE people are being given an opportunity to say what they would like to see in a new emergency department at Gladstone Hospital.

Have your say on Gladstone Hospital ED plans

GLADSTONE people are being given an opportunity to say what they would like to see in a new emergency department at Gladstone Hospital.

Published a story 12th Feb 2016 11:08 AM

Joshua Apanui, 33, appeared in the Gladstone Magistrates Court facing charges of assault with a weapon, going armed in public so as to cause fear and entering a dwelling with intent.

Man attempts to defend family name, shamed in court

Joshua Apanui, 33, appeared in the Gladstone Magistrates Court facing charges of assault with a weapon, going armed in public so as to cause fear and entering a dwelling with intent.

Published a story 10th Feb 2016 2:10 PM

A Gladstone accountancy firm, which represents hundreds of Curtis Island Bechtel workers, has lodged a formal complaint with the national tax office.

Tax firm makes official complaint to ATO

A Gladstone accountancy firm, which represents hundreds of Curtis Island Bechtel workers, has lodged a formal complaint with the national tax office.

Published a story 9th Feb 2016 8:38 PM

CALLIOPE SES controller Brian Pitt tried to organise training yesterday but, “it all turned to custard because I couldn’t make phone calls mobile to mobile”.

Network fails for about 800,000 but few report issues

CALLIOPE SES controller Brian Pitt tried to organise training yesterday but, “it all turned to custard because I couldn’t make phone calls mobile to mobile”.

January 2016

Published a story 23rd Jan 2016 8:00 AM

Today, the Liz Cunningham Park officially opens, marking the development of a unique concept which will have many sporting codes operating in the same venue.

Liz C won't be in footy shorts and boots for park opening

Today, the Liz Cunningham Park officially opens, marking the development of a unique concept which will have many sporting codes operating in the same venue.

Published a story 22nd Jan 2016 8:23 AM

A 34-YEAR-OLD Calliope man stabbed a small white Maltese terrier and threw it into a fire while it was still alive. The dog's injuries are horrific.

LISTEN: Tiny dog thrown into fire – offender thrown in jail

A 34-YEAR-OLD Calliope man stabbed a small white Maltese terrier and threw it into a fire while it was still alive. The dog's injuries are horrific.

Published a story 22nd Jan 2016 6:45 AM

WORK has started in Calliope on a new cemetery, which will include 44 concrete crypts, with provision for more grave sites to be created as they are needed.

PHOTOS: Calliope gets new cemetery as the other is near full

WORK has started in Calliope on a new cemetery, which will include 44 concrete crypts, with provision for more grave sites to be created as they are needed.

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