Community News

Thu 22 Aug 2019

How fighting extremism could start in the classroom

premium_icon How fighting extremism could start in the classroom

FIGHTING religious extremism could start in the classroom, according to a new report which highlights the importance of multiculturalism to kids.

Yeppoon students rip up the track at popular school comp

premium_icon Yeppoon students rip up the track at popular school comp

The kids train three afternoons a week all year and three Saturdays each term for the comp

Gig Guide: what's on when and where

premium_icon Gig Guide: what's on when and where

Find out the biggest music events across Central Queensland this weekend

Stockland Police Beat: Part of a youth crime solution?

premium_icon Stockland Police Beat: Part of a youth crime solution?

A community leaders forum has put youth crime issues in focus.

Over $10k raised for flying doctors by Rocky's legal eagles

premium_icon Over $10k raised for flying doctors by Rocky's legal eagles

A great boost for RFDS to deliver a broad range of health services.

Wed 21 Aug 2019

CQUniversity students graduating Thursday

premium_icon CQUniversity students graduating Thursday

Darumbal Waru dancers and Mount Archer School Years 4-6 Choir provide entertainment during graduation ceremony

Tage's take on strategic business earns a PhD from CQUni

premium_icon Tage's take on strategic business earns a PhD from CQUni

'I have a thousand students at CQUniversity and that drives me to become better at what I do and help others make a better world.'

Soon-to-be Dr Daniels investigates women's successful study

premium_icon Soon-to-be Dr Daniels investigates women's successful study

PhD thesis concludes women who focus on study and work earlier attract more family support in later years

Shelee's ultimate secret recipe to create perfect fluid art

premium_icon Shelee's ultimate secret recipe to create perfect fluid art

The Zilzie mother is making big waves in the online art community scene

$40k of funding for local community projects, events

premium_icon $40k of funding for local community projects, events

Eight projects have been successful in the latest round of council grants

What does the future of Gracemere hold?

premium_icon What does the future of Gracemere hold?

The community will have the chance to voice their wants and needs

Major music festival adds Isaac region town to tour

premium_icon Major music festival adds Isaac region town to tour

'These towns are some of the friendliest, most welcoming places I have ever been to'.

Devine Drama tackles cyber bullying, supports Dolly's Dream

premium_icon Devine Drama tackles cyber bullying, supports Dolly's Dream

Yeppoon-based drama students interview real-life bullying victims to workshop "raw, edgy” script

Once in a lifetime opportunity to own your slice of paradise

premium_icon Once in a lifetime opportunity to own your slice of paradise

An extremely rare freehold island home has made a splash in the local market

Young warrior fought to reclaim life after horrific accident

premium_icon Young warrior fought to reclaim life after horrific accident

The Yeppoon man represented Australia at the Warrior Games in Florida, coming home with a bronze medal

PETITION: Cap Coast locals are fed up with juvenile crime

premium_icon PETITION: Cap Coast locals are fed up with juvenile crime

'What has been done thus far is not enough, we live in an amazing area and we would like to keep it that way'

'There's a lot of hatred out there' Nominee calls for change

premium_icon 'There's a lot of hatred out there' Nominee calls for change

Joanne Warkill has dedicated the last three decades to her passion and it could win her an award.

Tue 20 Aug 2019

Pain and suffering turns to pride as the community remembers

premium_icon Pain and suffering turns to pride as the community remembers

The occurrence is an important part of Australian history but there's still many who haven't heard this.

100 year centenary celebrations next year for iconic school

premium_icon 100 year centenary celebrations next year for iconic school

The school was opened in 1920 with 195 students

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