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Gladstone Municipal Band Are you a brass or percussion player? If so, the Gladstone Municipal Band has resumed rehearsals on Mondays at 1 Francis Ward...

Rob to row a marathon on Mount Larcom for men’s health

After turning his life around with fitness and food, Tannum Sands dad Rob Birmingham has set himself a challenge to row a marathon on...

UPDATE: Yeppoon man found dead after search at sea

A 65-year-old Yeppoon man has died after a yacht overturned near Lady Elliot Island near Bundaberg on the morning of Sunday, 16 June. A police...

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Roosters edge out Magpies in Miriam Vale

Gary Larson Oval was the venue for a Northern Districts Rugby League triple-header on Saturday. In the main game, Calliope’s finals chances were given a...

Points shared in Harbour City derby

The battle of the Gladstone heavyweights in the Central Coast Premier League men’s competition lived up to expectations. Central and Clinton could not be split...

Suns too slick for Roos

Gladstone strengthened its bid for a top two berth in the AFL Capricornia senior men's competition last Saturday. The Suns had few headaches in registering...

Origin ace lifts Sharks to big win

Not since the days of Greg Consescu in the 1980s has an incumbent Origin player graced the local league competition in Central Queensland. Maroons utility...

Marvellous Mollis continues Open blitz

Biloela golfer Adam Mollis has won back-to-back men’s open championships in Central Queensland. Mollis, who won the Boyne Island/Tannum Sands Open men's title earlier this...

Emus survive Seagulls fright

Gladstone Brothers and Valleys played out a tense 10-all draw in Rockhampton District Rugby League A Grade men's action at Blain Drive last Saturday...

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Autumn will be great for gardening

How is your garden looking at the moment? With the great seasonal weather now, with the added rain across Central Queensland. Providing the foundation...

Small things mean a lot

Local singer/songwriter Mackenzie May recently won an award for Novice songwriter of the year at the Tamworth Songwriters’ Association for her song “Until Now”...

Tannum alt-country prodigy releases debut single

A familiar face around the region's gig scene, Mackenzie May is proof that a drive to succeed and a heart for music will turn...

Purple Flowering beauty

Walking around the streets of Central Queensland at the moment you will start to notice the spectacular sight of the purple-flowering Lasiandras or Tibouchinas....

OUT AND ABOUT at the Beach Arts and Music Markets, Tannum

This week Gladstone Today photographer DEBBIE BUCKLAND enjoyed the beach, arts, music and markets at last weekends BAM Markets along with locals and travellers....

OUT AND ABOUT at Boyne Island

This week Gladstone Today photographer DEBBIE BUCKLAND captured student activities at the annual Boyne Island Environmental Education Centre and Santos GLNG Leaders Lead Summit,...

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On This Day: National Garfield the Cat Day

He’s witty, he’s sassy, he’s blunt, he’s saucy…he’s, well, Garfield. On June 19, National Garfield the Cat Day celebrates the world’s most opinionated feline....

Great Artesian Basin remains at risk

AgForce is now only eight weeks away from being forced into Federal Court action by a Federal Government that seems determined to ignore the...

52 Actions: a tool for shifting perspectives

Artspace’s acclaimed 52 ACTIONS continues its national tour at Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum, featuring works from 52 Australian artists showcasing activist works...

Plan ahead to dig in on Tree Day

Planet Ark‘s National Tree Day is coming up next month, so you have plenty of time to plan around the weekend event and help...

Queensland soil-scanning innovation could be world first

Ground-breaking automation for a soil-scanning process vital to successful broadacre cropping planning has been developed at our Central Queensland Smart Cropping Centre. Electro-magnetic survey scanning...

On This Day: International sushi day

International Sushi Day on June 18 is the perfect excuse to tuck into the Japanese specialty. Sushi has become a global phenomenon over the...