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Opening date confirmed for city’s new hospital

Eighteen months after Queensland Health flagged its purchase of the Mater Hospital, an opening date has finally been confirmed. CQ Health chief executive Steve...

Gladstone showcased internationally

The Gladstone region has featured on one of the most watched real estate shows in America. House Hunters International recently aired an episode which...

Workers protest against casualisation

Union members protested against the casualisation of jobs outside Ken O’Dowd’s office on Goondoon Street on Thursday. Assistant general secretary of Queensland’s Council of Unions...

Lake Awoonga ‘safe’ from proposed hydrogen plants

Labor Candidate for Flynn Matt Burnett has assured Lake Awoonga would not be used as a fresh-water supply if two hydrogen plants are built...

AgForce asking governments to consider an ecoservices payment system for everyone

The rhetoric on climate in the lead up to COP26 is heating up – and between now and 31 October it’s only going to get...

Australiana infliences art

A love of outback Australia dating back to her childhood was a major influence for local artist Kairen Kerr, who took out top prize...

Trip to Rocky in flood

A TRIP FROM GLADSTONE (February 2, 1918, The Morning Bulletin) There arrived here yesterday afternoon: from Gladstone Mr T. Dore's motor launch Elsie May, which...

Revved up for family fun

Boyne Tannum Bullets Swim Club hosted the Family Fun Car Rally on Sunday, 17 October. The fundraiser, also called the ‘Bullets Bash’ was labeled a...

O’Dowd backs Olympics push

Member for Flynn Ken O'Dowd has backed MP Michelle Landry's call to form a Central Queensland Olympics Taskforce. The Member for Capricornia, Ms Landry is...

Word on the street: Hydrogen plants

How do you feel about the hydrogen plants coming to Gladstone? I just don’t want the rents to increase. Taren, 36 As long as it...

Gladstone South hosts swim

Our Central Queensland swimmers got their season underway with the first Gladstone meet of the season. The John Dahl Spring Sprint meet was hosted by...

Pledge to Buy Australian

Federal Labor Leader Anthony Albanese will prioritise small and medium-sized businesses in federal government procurement contracts as part of a ‘Buy Australian’ policy designed...

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Opening date confirmed for city’s new hospital

Eighteen months after Queensland Health flagged its purchase of the Mater Hospital, an opening date has finally been confirmed. CQ Health chief executive Steve...