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Super five-year concessional cap carry

Right now is a good time to start thinking about taking advantage of the 'Super five-year concessional cap carry forward' rule. Personal concessional contributions are...

Elevating to new industry heights

CQUniversity has announced a new round of scholarships that are specifically designed to support industry. Known as the Elevate Program, the research higher degree (RHD)...

QRIDA boosting beef businesses with financial support

Producers seeking financial support to boost their beef business will be able to explore their options with the Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority...

Whistlers song of ‘Thunderbirds’

Large headed, with a stocky build and between 16cm and 18cm long, the Rufous Whistler is known as one of Australia’s finest songbirds. It...

Fresh Food tax opposition

The Federal Coalition firmly opposes Labor’s Biosecurity Protection Levy, also known as Labor’s fresh food tax. This is a tax that will increase cost-of-living...

Baralaba Coal to expand coal operations

Baralaba Coal is proposing to expand its coal mining footprint in Central Queensland, creating more than 500 new jobs during operation. Already the owners...

Where are you now? Colleen Kleinschmidt shares from Boston

When friends and acquaintances think about past Chanel College student, Colleen Kleinschmidt (previously Colleen Rippingale), they might remember how much she hated PE -...

Easter…… again?

It’s that time of year once again. Seems to have come so much quicker this year – maybe because Easter this year is unusually...

Easter Church Message

IT IS FINISHED “It is finished,” were the last words from the lips of Jesus as He hung on the Cross. On the surface it...

Youth Week activities these school holidays

Queensland Youth Week is taking place next month with Gladstone Regional Council hosting several events to keep our young people entertained. Youth Week is...

A Karen for the power of good

If every council needs a Karen, then Gladstone’s got one to take on the next four-year term of local government. With her catchy, tongue-in-cheek...

Easter gardening in Gladstone

This long weekend each year provides many gardeners with the green light to start the preparation for spring displays and or garden competitions. Starting...

Workpac Callide mine workers in court win

Hundreds of labour hire workers at Batchfire’s Callide mine at Biloela in Central Queensland are in line for a pay rise after the Fair...

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