GLADSTONE is on track to become a world leader as a liquefied natural gas port, after a record-breaking year for the $70 billion Curtis Island facilities.
CQ Turtle Team volunteer Jodi Jones was hopeful the trial would be a success, given goannas were the biggest threat to the turtle nesting population at Wreck Rock.
MORE than 300 people donned their best suit and dresses to recognise the region’s Best in Business on Saturday night.
THE pursuit of accurate information in the public interest is a cornerstone of The Observer’s daily function.
A CQ coal-fired power station could close 10 years earlier than previously expected, and another could stay open for five years longer, new data suggests.
RESIDENTS will soon be able to have their say on the proposed development of a cinema at Yaralla Sports Club.
SEVERAL homes were under threat from two fires as the Gladstone region sweltered through its first taste of the 2019 fire season this weekend.
A CHINESE-owned bulk carrier is still detained and at anchorage off Gladstone, after it was discovered eight crew members were allegedly owed $64,000 in wages.
MORE than a dozen fire crews are working to ensure two fires continue to burn within containment lines in the Gladstone region.
WITHIN one day of being set up a Go Fund Me page for the Biloela family facing deportation to Sri Lanka has raised more than $35,000.
Tegan Annett has been a journalist at the Gladstone Observer since 2012. She started as a cadet reporter, while studying at CQUniversity. A Tannum Sands resident since 2005, this year she took on the role as deputy editor.