September 2018

Published a story 24th Sep 2018 6:42 PM

A GLADSTONE mother was horrified when she realised more than $30,000 had disappeared from her son's disability funding.

'Distraught': Mum's worry after $30k mistake

A GLADSTONE mother was horrified when she realised more than $30,000 had disappeared from her son's disability funding.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 5:20 PM

THE fluoride debate is set to rear its head in Gladstone again, with Chris Trevor calling for a new vote on if it should be added to the region's water supply.

FLUORIDE DEBATE: Deputy mayor calls for vote this year

THE fluoride debate is set to rear its head in Gladstone again, with Chris Trevor calling for a new vote on if it should be added to the region's water supply.

Published a story 23rd Sep 2018 5:17 PM

DEMOLITION of the 19-year-old Boyne Island skate park will begin today to make way for an upgraded facility.

Skate park demolition starts today at Boyne

DEMOLITION of the 19-year-old Boyne Island skate park will begin today to make way for an upgraded facility.

Published a story 20th Sep 2018 6:53 PM

Behind the business, technology for Gladstone's $1b project

ONE of the nation's newer energy industry players has revealed its plans to produce secure, long-term supply of ammonia and gas.

Published a story 20th Sep 2018 6:32 PM

GLADSTONE workers will be prioritised for hundreds of jobs in what is being described as a "community" project.

1000 JOBS: $1b project to prioritise local workers, business

GLADSTONE workers will be prioritised for hundreds of jobs in what is being described as a "community" project.

Published a story 20th Sep 2018 6:14 PM

A $1 BILLION project, expected to create hundreds of jobs for three decades, has been placed in the fast lane by Queensland's Coordinator General.

REVEALED: Massive new $1b project planned for Gladstone

A $1 BILLION project, expected to create hundreds of jobs for three decades, has been placed in the fast lane by Queensland's Coordinator General.

Published a story 19th Sep 2018 6:49 PM

THE owners of Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal have received an eight-year respite on debt repayments, which some feared would lead to the facility's demise.

WICET SAGA: Court tosses coal terminal a lifeline

THE owners of Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal have received an eight-year respite on debt repayments, which some feared would lead to the facility's demise.

Published a story 19th Sep 2018 7:04 AM

A STUDY will be released later this year in the hope of convincing a government department to take responsibility for the shallow Round Hill Creek.

'Vital': $80k study into shallow creek due in months

A STUDY will be released later this year in the hope of convincing a government department to take responsibility for the shallow Round Hill Creek.

Published a story 18th Sep 2018 3:46 PM

FOUR horses were rescued from a fast-moving fire at Agnes Water this morning by two strangers who were involved in the community's effort to protect homes.

Strangers quick to help save horses from 'fast-moving' blaze

FOUR horses were rescued from a fast-moving fire at Agnes Water this morning by two strangers who were involved in the community's effort to protect homes.

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