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Tue 18 Jun 2019

'Magnificent job': Passerby praised for extinguishing blaze

premium_icon 'Magnificent job': Passerby praised for extinguishing blaze

A QUICK-THINKING passer-by has been praised for helping to extinguish a house blaze at South Gladstone.

'Stupid': Plant operator caught growing illegal crops

premium_icon 'Stupid': Plant operator caught growing illegal crops

Police execute search warrant at plant operator's home and find four illegal crops.

Police ask for public help after Tannum Sands hit and run

premium_icon Police ask for public help after Tannum Sands hit and run

A gold Suzuki Vitara was last sighted heading west on Malpas St, towards Gladstone

'They danced all night': Mt Larcom Show Ball a success

premium_icon 'They danced all night': Mt Larcom Show Ball a success

Find out who the winners of the ball were and what this means leading up to next weekend's Mt Larcom Show.

Emergency services at scene of house fire

premium_icon Emergency services at scene of house fire

EMERGENCY services are responding to a house fire at South Gladstone.

COURT: Businessman loses licence while another gets arrested

premium_icon COURT: Businessman loses licence while another gets arrested

A BUNDABERG real estate agent has pleaded guilty after a dramatic start to his hearing.

O'Rourke lets potential protesters know what to expect

premium_icon O'Rourke lets potential protesters know what to expect

Member for Rockhampton's message for "fly-in, fly-out” protesters

VMR took hundreds of calls during busy weekend

premium_icon VMR took hundreds of calls during busy weekend

The Gladstone and Round Hill VMR crews were called out for several tow-ins over the weekend

Payroll tax changes a win for small and medium businesses

premium_icon Payroll tax changes a win for small and medium businesses

'It could influence a decision putting on an extra person' says GCCI president.

Five weird road rules we're breaking

premium_icon Five weird road rules we're breaking

SOME drivers may not have realised just how risky some of their behaviours behaviours were.

Road funds highlighted in Callide MP's budget response

premium_icon Road funds highlighted in Callide MP's budget response

'The electorate's resource sector contributed $1.2 billion to the Queensland economy and yet the electorate barely rated a mention in the Budget'

'So you're a f---ing cop?' Off-duty officer abused at pub

premium_icon 'So you're a f---ing cop?' Off-duty officer abused at pub

A GLADSTONE man was completely unaware he could be going to prison after his violent bottle-o outburst at Tannum Sands while on a suspended jail term.

Adani's groundwater plan conditions could delay mining

premium_icon Adani's groundwater plan conditions could delay mining

Department confirms approval is subject to uncertain tests

Mon 17 Jun 2019

Caught on camera: Minister’s shocking Adani admission

premium_icon Caught on camera: Minister’s shocking Adani admission

The video was posted after Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch visited Cairns. WATCH THE VIDEO

7 places you can apply for apprenticeships at now

premium_icon 7 places you can apply for apprenticeships at now

Applications have started opening for the 2020 apprenticeship intake in careers ranging from coalmining to repairing heavy equipment

Eatery staff members inspired to run relay for cancer

premium_icon Eatery staff members inspired to run relay for cancer

'They were excited to get into the event as they know it's a great cancer awareness'

BRIGGSY'S BIRDS: A striking little bird

premium_icon BRIGGSY'S BIRDS: A striking little bird

'It has a black cap on the head with a white stripe above each eye that ends with a splash of bright orange'

Local Subway franchise closes down

premium_icon Local Subway franchise closes down

Customers were informed of the closure last week through a sign that was left on the front door.

RED TAPE: Jobs lost as Island business forced to close

premium_icon RED TAPE: Jobs lost as Island business forced to close

Popular Fraser Island tour operators say State Government red tape has forced their doors to close after more than two decades in business

PHOTOS: Cars, yacht to go under the hammer

premium_icon PHOTOS: Cars, yacht to go under the hammer

The auction will be held from 11am at the Gladstone Waste Transfer Station, Joe Joseph Dr

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