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Old tech in the media – Part 1

The relocation didn’t work out as planned. After just a few years and a few minor issues (plus a major family health situation) we...

Moisture busting garden

What a great month of rain we have had so far. There is one thing that it has highlighted with home gardens that is the...

1770 dive business achieves ECO badge

Dive Spear and Sport 1770 is proud to announce that they have achieved the highly respected ECO Certification from Ecotourism Australia. The world-leading...

AgForce bewildered

Ten weeks out from AgForce having to use a federal court process to try and stop an impending environmental and economic disaster in the...

From Campfire to Stage Light hits the road

From a childhood spent on outback cattle stations to world tours and serendipitous moments in the sun, David Bindi Hudson takes his autobiographical story,...

Relaxation is an entry form away

With idyllic white beaches, endless sunshine, World Heritage wilderness to explore and spectacular sunsets across the bay, Kingfisher Bay Resort is the perfect place...

REIQ keeps local agents up-to-date on legislation

The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) is visiting several regions throughout May, as the peak body rallies real estate professionals together for important...

What lurks beneath

The Awoonga Dam is a hive of activity, above and below the waterline. Gladstone Area Waterboard staff have been painting recreational facilities across Coomal...

Senator Whish-ing for reef declaration

Tasmanian Greens Senator Peter Whish-Wilson has accused Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of ignoring the plight of the Great Barrier Reef when he jetted into...

Permanency, not prison

Central Queensland Senator Penny Allman-Payne has highlighted the plight of yet another Biloela family threatened to be split apart unless the Federal Government drops...

ED numbers on the rise in CQ hospitals

More than 39,000 patients presented to emergency departments at Central Queensland hospitals in the March 2024 quarter, with 75.9 per cent of patients seen...

Black spot funding axed?

Flynn MP Colin Boyce has claimed the Federal Government has abolished the Mobile Black Spot Program and provided no ongoing funding for other key...

Old tech in the media – Part 1

The relocation didn’t work out as planned. After just a few years and a few minor issues (plus a major family health situation) we...

AgForce bewildered