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Banana Shire announces rates rise

Most Banana residents will see an increase in rates of between three and four per cent, following the council's delivery of its 2022-2023 Budget. Key...

Grateful for RFDS

Jessica Allen-Armstrong says she and her daughter Amanii wouldn't be alive today without the Royal Flying Doctor Service. RFDS crews have come to Jessica's rescue...

Women charged after child left on bus

Detectives from Rockhampton Child Protection and Investigation Unit have charged two women in relation to a child who was found unconscious on a bus...

A New Perspective

So much creativity has been flowing out of Agnes Water in recent years, and last year's launch of The Perspective Collective almost tops them...

Rogue Fishers be Warned

The Palaszczuk Government has vowed to come down hard on rogue fishers who think they can flout the rules and recommitted to its Sustainable...

Gladstone Minerals get Booster Shot

A State Budget new economy minerals booster pack of almost $40 million will support good jobs and encourage economic opportunities for Gladstone. Speaking from Gladstone’s...

Single-Use Plastics On Notice

Queensland has unveiled a five-year plan to ban more single-use plastics and phase out disposable coffee cups and lids, kicking off Plastic Free July. The...

Monitoring the kids on devices these holidays

Internet safety tips with Senior Constable Sarah Box Gladstone, it’s time to keep talking – about how children and teenagers are using mobile devices and...

Charity committed to improving health and wellbeing in Central Queensland.

A new registered charity has been formed to facilitate better health and brighter futures for Central Queenslanders and it is seeking founding supporters. ...

OAM comes as a shock

When David Allen OAM, from Agnes Water, received a letter informing him he was part of the 2022 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his...

Out of The Blue

A little over two years ago Katie Warrener and her husband Chappy were tour guides showing off remote sites around Australia. And then the pandemic...

Locals run for life-changing program this August

EVERY step taken at Port to Park on 21 August will improve employment opportunities for those living with disability with Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC)...

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Banana Shire announces rates rise

Most Banana residents will see an increase in rates of between three and four per cent, following the council's delivery of its 2022-2023 Budget. Key...

Grateful for RFDS