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Mon 24 Feb 2020

New sub-branch president wants to maintain trust

premium_icon New sub-branch president wants to maintain trust

Paul Coleman unseated now former sub-branch president George Mellick at a packed AGM on Sunday

Agitation for National Park grazing predictable

premium_icon Agitation for National Park grazing predictable

‘It’s like the local hardware store asking to be allowed to expand into the local town hall’

Coffs Coast Red Rebels make debut at climate rally

premium_icon Coffs Coast Red Rebels make debut at climate rally

Ghostly-white figures draped in red robes proved a spectacle at the Climate Crisis National Day of Action in Sawtell held over the weekend.

Dead private school teacher reported to police

premium_icon Dead private school teacher reported to police

The headmaster of a $35,000 a year Sydney school has apologised to students for an email announcing the death of an ex-teacher after former students reported concerns...

Half-century of service the mark of a lifesaving dynamo

Half-century of service the mark of a lifesaving dynamo

TERRIGAL and lifesaving methods have both changed a lot over the past 52 years since Mark Power joined the surf lifesaving club.

Motorist clinging to roof after car washed off road

premium_icon Motorist clinging to roof after car washed off road

Emergency services are responding to the fourth incident where water-rescue crews have been called to flooded roads

Dan and Steph’s signature recipes to hit supermarket shelves

premium_icon Dan and Steph’s signature recipes to hit supermarket shelves

‘We really thought about what people like to eat.’

Crews rush to hinterland house fire

premium_icon Crews rush to hinterland house fire

Three people have been assessed by paramedics after a fire broke out inside a Sunshine Coast home this morning.

Woman hospitalised after two car crash in Lismore CBD

Woman hospitalised after two car crash in Lismore CBD

TWO cars have collided in the wet, foggy conditions in Lismore this morning.

COURT LIST: 59 people appearing in Toowoomba court today

premium_icon COURT LIST: 59 people appearing in Toowoomba court today

HERE is a list of everyone who is appearing in front of the Toowoomba Magistrates Court today.

Two taken to hospital after morning crash

premium_icon Two taken to hospital after morning crash

TWO women have been taken to hospital following a morning crash in Bundaberg.

Gladstone softball trio in Australian squads

premium_icon Gladstone softball trio in Australian squads

After Nick Noonan was not selected in Queensland’s side that played in the Under-16 National Softball Championship in early January, he wanted to prove a point

Man dies in hospital after D’Aguilar highway crash

premium_icon Man dies in hospital after D’Aguilar highway crash

The Forensic Crash Unit will prepare a report for the coroner.

premium_icon More than 200mm of rain fell...

Mackay road users are urged to take care after a deluge fell overnight.

Truck driver jailed for 'dangerous' move on busy highway

Truck driver jailed for 'dangerous' move on busy highway

A truck driver has copped six months in prison after driving the wrong way down a highway exit and turning into oncoming traffic.

Major flood alert as deluge expected to cut highway

Major flood alert as deluge expected to cut highway

Highways are cut and one community is expected to face significant inundation in low-lying parts tonight.

Food festival to dish up a ‘musical feast’

premium_icon Food festival to dish up a ‘musical feast’

THE 2020 event is set to be bolstered by a top billing of local and visiting musical acts.

TICKLED PINK: Students rally for breast cancer awareness

premium_icon TICKLED PINK: Students rally for breast cancer awareness

GLADSTONE State High School’s oval was sprinkled with pink last Friday for an important cause.

Look who’s coming to Mount Larcom

premium_icon Look who’s coming to Mount Larcom

New funding from the Gladstone Regional Council is no clowning matter for the Mount Larcom Show Society

Multi-councillor divisions could allow the buck to be passed

premium_icon Multi-councillor divisions could allow the buck to be passed

A political analyst has questioned how effective new Ipswich City Council boundaries will be in practice.

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