PROVING there is opportunity in any crisis, Gympie firm CPM Engineering has grabbed the COVID-19 lockdown and turned it into profits, jobs and new services.
POLICE investigate Cooran car fire, Booubyjan truck crash.
GEOGRAPHICAL confusion seems to be an unexpected side effect of coronavirus, even when you’re not sick.
THEY don’t make them like that anymore and some would say they can see why. But 1932 was a long time ago and that was the year Gympie’s first motorised bus was built.
QUEENSLAND is “well on its way” to achieving a 50 per cent renewables target for its electricity generation industry by 2030 and would achieve 20 per cent this year,” Energy Minister Anthony Lynham said yesterday.
THE slight chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm provide the best news for fire fighters today as Gympie region faces another day of high fire danger.
A MARGATE man has pleaded guilty in Gympie Magistrates Court to charges of violence, property damage and cab fare evasion over much of Central Queensland.
He inflicted such a ‘devastating’ injury on a police officer he had to have reconstructive surgery
Hundreds of entries from through NSW, western Queensland and the Burnett will be judged on-site at Nolan Meats, which has been involved in the Ekka for many years
NINE people are due to appear in Gympie Magistrates Court today, in the court’s first almost normal day since COVID-19 safeguards were introduced six weeks ago.