Jim Alouat

Jim Alouat
  • Joined: Nov 2012
  • published: 336

Published a story 8:42am Jul 23rd

THE debate about corporal punishment in schools has reared its head once more following recent comments by an education adviser to the Federal Government.

Readers have a mixed opinion on caning, but educators say no

23 Jul 2014

THE debate about corporal punishment in schools has reared its head once more following recent comments by an education adviser to the Federal Government.

Published a story 7:43pm Jul 22nd

THEIR trip to Europe was meant to signify the beginning of newfound adventures for Wayne and Theresa Baker, but tragically it became the couple’s last.

MH17 victim remembered for helping out during flood

23 Jul 2014

THEIR trip to Europe was meant to signify the beginning of newfound adventures for Wayne and Theresa Baker, but tragically it became the couple’s last.

Published a story 7:37pm Jul 20th

WHILE one could assume that, in the digital age, there might be a dip in letterbox drops of junk mail, one Bundaberg-based distributor says business is booming.

Digital age no reason to stop the junk mail

21 Jul 2014

WHILE one could assume that, in the digital age, there might be a dip in letterbox drops of junk mail, one Bundaberg-based distributor says business is booming.

Published a story 5:19pm Jul 20th

A NUMBER of Bundaberg-based pathologies and bulk-billing GP practices have put up signs to inform patients the proposed co-payment is not yet in place.

A NUMBER of Bundaberg-based pathologies and bulk-billing GP

21 Jul 2014

A NUMBER of Bundaberg-based pathologies and bulk-billing GP practices have put up signs to inform patients the proposed co-payment is not yet in place.

Published a story 10:04pm Jul 10th

FAMILIES, the elderly and those suffering from chronic diseases would be the hardest hit under the Federal Government’s proposed GP co-payment.

Study finds GP co-payments would affect our most vulnerable

11 Jul 2014

FAMILIES, the elderly and those suffering from chronic diseases would be the hardest hit under the Federal Government’s proposed GP co-payment.

Published a story 8:22pm Jul 8th

ELEGANCE and simplicity are two words many have used to describe the artwork of Hossein Valamanesh.

Renowned contemporary artist to share insight on his career

9 Jul 2014

ELEGANCE and simplicity are two words many have used to describe the artwork of Hossein Valamanesh.

Published a story 9:16am Jul 7th

PEOPLE living in Childers are fed up with poor mobile phone reception in parts of the Isis region.

Isis residents tired of poor mobile phone reception

7 Jul 2014

PEOPLE living in Childers are fed up with poor mobile phone reception in parts of the Isis region.

Published a story 5:56pm Jul 4th

WITH a finals spot guaranteed The Waves will look to gain a psychological edge against fierce rivals Gympie Diggers ahead of the final series.

Waves win would secure top spot

5 Jul 2014

WITH a finals spot guaranteed The Waves will look to gain a psychological edge against fierce rivals Gympie Diggers ahead of the final series.

Published a story 1:18pm Jul 3rd

THE residential care unit at Childers Hospital is a little brighter thanks to a generous donation of a painting by the Childers Catholic Women’s League.

Donated artwork to brighten hospital

4 Jul 2014

THE residential care unit at Childers Hospital is a little brighter thanks to a generous donation of a painting by the Childers Catholic Women’s League.

Published a story 8:07pm Jun 29th

ALMOST one year after its controversial opening, the owners of Childers McDonald’s say they are enjoying being a part of the local community.

Childers, are you lovin’ it?

30 Jun 2014

ALMOST one year after its controversial opening, the owners of Childers McDonald’s say they are enjoying being a part of the local community.

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