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Attracting specialists to region

Boyne Island and Tannum Sands residents will have access to more health professionals by the end of the year. BITS Medical Centre is expanding...

Electrical fire claims home

A Biloela family are lucky to be alive after a massive fire completely destroyed their home last month. Tia Stone, Nathan ‘Boxy’ Box, his...

Pop up to see a boost in trade

Gladstone could be home to a Boost Juice store depending on the popularity of a regional pop up truck. Boost Juice's regional pop up...

Gladstone Olympian to compete this weekend

Gladstone’s own Olympian Natalya Diehm will compete in the Tokyo Olympic 2021 games in the BMX Freestyle Saturday 31 July. Ms Diehm first noticed...

2032 Olympics: a boost for regional

Member for Gladstone Glenn Butcher believes the 2032 Olympics in Brisbane would provide huge opportunities for regional Queensland. Mr Butcher said local businesses could...

Gladstone Area Water Board unveils new facility

Gladstone Area Water Board unveiled a new facility which will deliver uninterrupted water supply to the region Friday 23 July. Valued at $29 million,...

Gladstone gets dirty for National Tree Day

Gladstone residents will have the chance to do their part for the environment, with Australia's largest annual tree planting event on this weekend. Gladstone...

The Painted Sail

Some 5km north of Miriam Vale along the Bruce Highway, commuters are confronted with the intriguing spectacle of a large-scale canvas erected and held...

Community stands with Rotary group to cut cancer rate

While it’s been proven that a village can raise a child, it’s yet to be confirmed if a community can beat a tragic health...

CQ Unemployment Figures Released

Central Queensland’s unemployment rate sits above the state-wide average and annual growth in employment from 2020 has been meagre, according to recently released figures...

UGL Limited Team doing it for Relay for Life

Relay for life is a vital community event helping in the fight against cancer, while remembering loved ones who've lost their battle, recognising survivors...

Triple-J artist host festival on parent’s cattle property

A Triple-J featured artist is bringing a new festival to Central Queensland, right on her parent’s Miriam Vale cattle property. Sunshine Coast artist, AYLA,...

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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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