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Duncan Scott in profile

After running in six Federal elections and two State elections, there’s no arguing that Duncan Scott is a man with a fighting spirit. The Independent...

‘Stop misrepresenting Gladstone!’

Four prominent Gladstone locals say their city and region has been misrepresented during this election campaign by politicians who want to extend the life...

Vigilance saves life

Michelle Peters has performed breast self-checks religiously every month since 2009 and credits this vigilance with saving her life. It it was during one of...

Central Queenslanders in bull riding Origin decider

Multiple Central Queensland bull riders will lay it all on the line at the Brisbane Convention Centre this Saturday night for the final instalment...

Career Expo

The 2022 EQIP Gladstone Careers Expo will be held at the CQUniversity Marina Campus on Tuesday 17 May. The event is designed for students...

Gladstone Camera Club

Gladstone Camera Club competition photos for April respond to themes of 'Negative Space' and 'Open'. These photos received either Honour or Merit in external...

Agnes Water mum home births daughter after town is cut by floodwaters

An Agnes Water woman was forced to give birth at her surf instructor’s home after the town was completely cut off from flood waters...

Colour co-ordinated gardening

Twenty-five years ago I visited a garden in Biloela that had brilliant foliage and flower colour scheme. The entire garden had the colours grey...

Matt Burnett in profile

Gladstone Mayor Matt Burnett has been approached about running for politics at a higher level many times already. However, he always quotes a media...

Serious about seagrass

A new seagrass research and education facility run in partnership between CQUniversity Australia, the Konomie (North Keppel) Island Environmental Education Centre (KIEEC), and Woppaburra...

Small business grants

The Queensland Government is offering Round 3 of their Business Basics Grants Program. It was due to open on May 4, but due to technical...

Steele Syndicate to play at Agnes festival

The picturesque coastal community of Agnes Water & Town of 1770 is getting ready to fire up again this May for their annual commemorative...

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Duncan Scott in profile

After running in six Federal elections and two State elections, there’s no arguing that Duncan Scott is a man with a fighting spirit. The Independent...