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Ignorant on abortion law

Like many high profile people, French President Emmanuel Macron decried this week's US Supreme Court decision on abortion, tweeting "Abortion is a fundamental right...

Rotary celebrates anniversary

Eighty Rotarians, past and present District Governors, Presidents, honorary members, family, visitors and distinguished guest Colin Boyce, the Federal Member for Flynn, attended the...

Q and A with Andrea Smith

What is the best advice you’ve ever received? As quoted by Eleanor Roosevelt “What other people think of me is none of my business.”...

Winter creepers

No matter where you live in Central Queensland there a couple of spectacular flowering creeper that are just starting to become noticeable. A few...

What is a unique selling proposition?

Last time we answered a question about starting a business without a business plan and we suggested skipping the long, detailed document and instead...

Soul searching and surfing

Jaiden and Cam’s Story… "I get a lot of praise for the progress Jaiden has made over the years. But, in reality, this journey all...

A brief history of NAIDOC

From 1940 until 1955, the Day of Mourning was held annually on the Sunday before Australia Day and was known as Aborigines Day. In...

Celebrating NAIDOC Week

Six days of NAIDOC Week celebrations are set to take place from Sunday, July 3 to Saturday, July 10, next week around the Gladstone...

2022 NAIDOC Calendar

2022 NAIDOC Calendar Sunday 3rd July 6.30 pm – 9.30pm NAIDOC Church Service – Immanuel Fellowship with a Kupmurri Location: Carinity Education Centre, 803 Glenlyon Rd, Gladstone Open...

Arrive Safe These Holidays

Queenslanders excited to be planning a road trip during these school holidays have been urged to make safety their top priority. Transport and Main Roads...

Back in my day…

Looking back on our short history, it is hard to compare life as it was to life as it is. One can only think of...

Kids get crafty

Gladstone Today photographer MIKE RICHARDS dropped in to the Boyne Island Library to take some snaps at the school holiday program craft morning.

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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...

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