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Inland Rail in Question

Federal Member for Flynn Colin Boyce has slammed a motion at last week’s Australian Local Government Association national assembly which hosted about a thousand...

Hydrogen commitment

The State Government has committed $15 million in the State Budget to support development of Stanwell's hydrogen export facility in Gladstone. In June last year,...

Dead sheep prompt call

When Berajondo resident Hannah Pollock wandered out onto her porch Wednesday morning last week, her gaze was suddenly drawn away from her morning coffee. A...

Resources – the backbone of our communities

A publication released by the Queensland Department of Resources last week paves the way for more local resource jobs for school leavers, helping them...

Animals seized from wildlife carer

Wildlife officers have removed all 56 kangaroos and wallabies, nine freshwater turtles and 23 native birds discovered with an unlicensed Central Queensland carer following...

CQUniversity to host young engineers school holiday lego camps

CQUniversity will host a series of Young Engineers club workshops across regional Queensland throughout the upcoming school holidays. Designed to ignite a student’s passion for...

Focus on waste

Education for businesses, establishing waste precincts and recycling lithium batteries were some of the issues addressed at the most recent meeting of the Local...

Council considering extra bins for locals

Gladstone Regional Council is considering introducing an extra bin for residents as part of its waste management strategy. The extra bin would be for Food...

Future Healthcare Heroes

High school students with dreams of becoming doctors, nurses and allied health professionals had a taste of their potential future careers last week thanks...

Call for more medical students

Queensland's health minister has called for more medical student placements to be funded by the Commonwealth to help boost the health workforce. The state government...

Quality cattle from around Queensland sees increased yarding at sale

Combined Agents saw an increased yarding of 2,717 heads on Wednesday, 15 June, comprising of 1,76 steers, 808 heifers, 169 Cows, 13 Cows and...

Abundance of food

Popular in musical theatre circles, this well-known song from Oliver! is a poignant nod to the Dickensian workhouse orphans who dreamed of a life...

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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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