March 2019

Published a story 19th Mar 2019 3:52 PM

The Bureau of Meteorology predicts damaging winds and large hail stones

BoM cancels severe thunderstorm warning

The Bureau of Meteorology predicts damaging winds and large hail stones

Published a story 19th Mar 2019 9:12 AM

The Energy Efficient Communities Program aims to lower energy consumption and power bills

How community groups can apply for funding to save energy

The Energy Efficient Communities Program aims to lower energy consumption and power bills

Published a story 18th Mar 2019 4:23 PM

'I thought I had a shark, so I let him run a bit before tightening the drag'

Catches Of The Week: Angler reels in giant groper

'I thought I had a shark, so I let him run a bit before tightening the drag'

Published a story 18th Mar 2019 3:31 PM

'The applications we're taking now is for next year's intake'

'Brilliant scheme': A taste of military life for youths

'The applications we're taking now is for next year's intake'

Published a story 18th Mar 2019 3:28 PM

'Both landlords and tenants have rights and responsibilities even if there is no written agreement'

'Disgraceful mess': landlord's cautionary tale

'Both landlords and tenants have rights and responsibilities even if there is no written agreement'

Published a story 18th Mar 2019 3:26 PM

The new program is aimed to force drivers to slow down before entering townships on major highways

'Visual reminder': New signs set to improve road safety

The new program is aimed to force drivers to slow down before entering townships on major highways

Published a story 18th Mar 2019 11:36 AM

Clinton coach looks for big improvement ahead of Gladstone blockuster

Clinton stumble while Central off to perfect start

Clinton coach looks for big improvement ahead of Gladstone blockuster

Published a story 17th Mar 2019 5:16 PM

'They are always going to go for it - there were lots of fives and tens'

'Awesome time': Agnes Water on the map for surfing comp

'They are always going to go for it - there were lots of fives and tens'

Published a story 17th Mar 2019 4:30 PM

'We need a fair shot to be able to compete and it's not happening'

'Not even': Seagulls coach blows whistle on referees

'We need a fair shot to be able to compete and it's not happening'

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Mark Zita is a digital producer and reporter for The Observer. A primary school teacher for four years, he decided to chase his dream career. Prior to working in Gladstone, Mark was an associate producer for Seven News Brisbane, where he oversaw news updates and co-produced the 4pm news bulletin. Mark likes to write stories about education, transportation, technology and weather.