March 2019

Published a story 20th Mar 2019 6:35 PM

But councillor wants to see more reasoning behind decisions.

Council hands out $26k in sport and recreational grants

But councillor wants to see more reasoning behind decisions.

Published a story 20th Mar 2019 5:38 PM

Regional Arts Development Fund applications closing soon.

RADF applications closing soon

Regional Arts Development Fund applications closing soon.

Published a story 19th Mar 2019 6:51 PM

The Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail has taken another step forward.

Rail Trail passes major hurdle at council meeting

The Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail has taken another step forward.

Published a story 19th Mar 2019 6:21 PM

Famous barramundi sculpture on another journey of discovery.

Marine art turning heads at Gladstone airport

Famous barramundi sculpture on another journey of discovery.

Published a story 19th Mar 2019 6:07 PM

The April 2 meeting is expected to be a pivotal one for Queensland councils.

Four votes to be utilised at crucial LGAQ meeting

The April 2 meeting is expected to be a pivotal one for Queensland councils.

Published a story 19th Mar 2019 5:56 PM

He refused to call Senator Anning by name, instead referring to him as a 'senator from Gladstone'.

Councillor calls out senator's 'bad behaviour'

He refused to call Senator Anning by name, instead referring to him as a 'senator from Gladstone'.

Published a story 15th Mar 2019 5:08 PM

Clinton FC to open 2019 CQ Premier League account tonight against Nerimbera Magpies.

Injury leaving Grubs legless ahead of season opener

Clinton FC to open 2019 CQ Premier League account tonight against Nerimbera Magpies.

Published a story 15th Mar 2019 4:56 PM

Push ramps up for end to commercial netting in the Boyne River.

Momentum gathers for a net-free future

Push ramps up for end to commercial netting in the Boyne River.

Published a story 14th Mar 2019 5:36 PM

EarlyPrenuer program allows students to see their goods turned into cash at school Market Day.

From little things big things grow at Bororen

EarlyPrenuer program allows students to see their goods turned into cash at school Market Day.

Published a story 14th Mar 2019 5:00 PM

They'll grow to an average size of 85cm in less than three years.

Hundreds of tagged barra released into Awoonga

They'll grow to an average size of 85cm in less than three years.

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Matt has been a reporter with The Observer since December 2016. He has a sports reporting background, previously working for the AAP and NRL.com. He now covers mostly general news and is the newspaper’s Council reporter.