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Eco industry opportunity for regions

Leading economist Ross Garnaut says zero carbon industries are a big opportunity for the bush. Representatives from more than 30 councils from throughout Queensland attended...

New brand to bounce back

Beloved restaurant The Dock unveiled a new brand identity last week, a move business owner Jeremy Hastings says was driven by the onset of...

A big heart for helping kids

He’s a man with a big heart, a love of four-wheel driving and raising money for children’s charity. Greg Klease is embarking on another...

Cash for bushfire workshops

Gladstone Regional Council was awarded $30,000 to host workshops to help landowners prepare for bushfire season. Council was awarded the funds to spend on Property...

Gladstone’s Covid false alarm

Passengers on the same flight as a Qantas flight attendant to travelled to Gladstone on 11 July are no longer required to quarantine. Queensland's chief...

Woman tests positive to Covid after flight to Gladstone

Member for Gladstone Glenn Butcher was among the 15 passengers who were on the same flight as a Covid-positive flight attendant on July 11....

Resort wear’s finest in new boutique

A new boutique promising the latest fashions from Australia and Europe opened in Agnes Water last week. Resident Bernadette Heuschele opened ‘By The Beach...

Thousands flock to award winning light show

Gladstone Regional Council’s highly anticipated award winning Luminous – Heritage Trail was a massive hit on July 16-17. Thousands flocked to the Tondoon Botanic...

Please stand with us

It’s a simple message from a highly-respected member of our community - 'stand with us.' After a racially charged verbal incident directed at Gladstone Wallaby...

Charity run sprouts green thumbs

Locals will be lacing up their running shoes for a good cause on August 15, with Act for Kids announced as the first-ever community...

Inland Rail stars in Rocky 2030

The federal government’s mammoth Inland Rail infrastructure project features prominently in state Labor member for Rockhampton Barry O’Rourke’s Rocky 2030 whitepaper, signalling the perceived...

EU CBAM Not a Threat

The European Union’s (EU) imposition of a carbon-border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) is unlikely to have a negative effect on Central Queensland’s aluminium industry, according...

Hometown pride captured in photo

Banana Shire Council has announced the winners of its annual Australia Day photography competition, with this years theme being "hometown pride." This year's competition showcased...