July 2013

Published a story 31st Jul 2013 5:15 PM

A GROUP of Gladstone photographers with a disability, who often find it difficult to communicate, have found a voice in their photos.

Disabled residents find a voice through photography

A GROUP of Gladstone photographers with a disability, who often find it difficult to communicate, have found a voice in their photos.

Published a story 31st Jul 2013 7:32 AM

OPPORTUNITIES for locals to break into the LNG industry are set to boom with a $21 million energy training centre at the Gladstone TAFE campus.

New training centre to help locals break into LNG industry

OPPORTUNITIES for locals to break into the LNG industry are set to boom with a $21 million energy training centre at the Gladstone TAFE campus.

Published a story 31st Jul 2013 7:17 AM

A MAN who fought on the street with the occupants of a Breslin St home was later found to have a hunting knife strapped to his leg.

Man put on probation after brawl on Gladstone street

A MAN who fought on the street with the occupants of a Breslin St home was later found to have a hunting knife strapped to his leg.

Published a story 30th Jul 2013 9:55 PM

GROWING his own marijuana and failing to return a rental vehicle has landed a Gladstone man in court this week.

Man placed on probation after police find marijuana in home

GROWING his own marijuana and failing to return a rental vehicle has landed a Gladstone man in court this week.

Published a story 30th Jul 2013 9:47 PM

FALLING asleep in Yarroon St has cost a Gladstone man, who pleaded guilty to one count of public nuisance, a hefty fine.

Foul-mouthed drunk told repeat offenders risk jail

FALLING asleep in Yarroon St has cost a Gladstone man, who pleaded guilty to one count of public nuisance, a hefty fine.

Published a story 30th Jul 2013 9:43 PM

A 21-YEAR-OLD man, who was fined $800 after being caught carrying a quantity of speed in Tannum Sands, was warned of the dangers of the drug by a magistrate.

Magistrate warns of danger of ‘contaminated’ drug

A 21-YEAR-OLD man, who was fined $800 after being caught carrying a quantity of speed in Tannum Sands, was warned of the dangers of the drug by a magistrate.

Published a story 30th Jul 2013 10:18 AM

A DROUGHT, plummeting cattle prices and a high Australian dollar have put the cattle industry into crisis, but local producers have a survival strategy.

Beef producers eye Gladstone port as solution to woes

A DROUGHT, plummeting cattle prices and a high Australian dollar have put the cattle industry into crisis, but local producers have a survival strategy.

Published a story 30th Jul 2013 9:03 AM

NEARLY 300 residents against the sale of land set aside for a high school in Calliope took to the streets in a peaceful protest on Sunday.

March puts faces to protest against sale of school land

NEARLY 300 residents against the sale of land set aside for a high school in Calliope took to the streets in a peaceful protest on Sunday.

Published a story 30th Jul 2013 7:44 AM

THE pain of losing their unborn baby has forced Emma Green and Eldean Blake to leave Gladstone to start a new life in Ipswich.

Pain of losing unborn baby forces couple to leave home

THE pain of losing their unborn baby has forced Emma Green and Eldean Blake to leave Gladstone to start a new life in Ipswich.

Published a story 27th Jul 2013 2:05 PM

LIVING on a hill, the McClure family property was never in danger when the floods hit in January – but their income was.

Family counts blessings after flood despite loss of income

LIVING on a hill, the McClure family property was never in danger when the floods hit in January – but their income was.

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