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Sharna McClure loves the sport of Roller Derby! Jamming and rolling her way to the top!   Since beginning her skating career with the Gladstone PCYC Roller Derby (GPRD) in 2012, Sharna has worked hard to develop her skills and had set her sights on representing......

CHANEL COLLEGE IS PARTICIPATING IN THE CONFRATERNITY RUGBY LEAGUE CARNIVAL IN BUNDABERG THIS YEAR. The Confraternity Carnival is an annual schoolboys’ Rugby League competition conducted by the Queensland Independent Secondary Schools’ Rugby League (Q.I.S.S.R.L).  The Carnival has been in existence since 1980 and in that......

Gladstone Regional Council welcomed 16 new recruits, as trainees and apprentices for their first official day of work yesterday. Welcoming Council’s newest staff, Chief Executive Officer Leisa Dowling and Gladstone Region Mayor Matt Burnett both agreed the future of the region is looking bright. “Council......

THIS YEAR, THE NETBALL TEAM FROM CHANEL COLLEGE WILL BE AMONGST THE 72 SCHOOLS THAT WILL TRAVEL TO BUNDABERG FOR THE 2019 QUEENSLAND INDEPENDENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS NETBALL COMPETITION, ALSO KNOWN AS QISSN. Chanel College has been attending the annual QISSN carnival for the last nine years.......

Gladstone Regional Council has this afternoon advised that due to delays in distribution, the due dates for halfyearly water access and sewerage charges have been extended. Council has extended the due dates for rate notices by 14 days to account for the delay. This now......

RADF ROUND ONE 2018-2019 NOW OPEN Round One Applications close 4pm Friday, 22 March 2019, for projects that commence after 8 May 2019. Local arts and cultural groups and individuals can apply for funding for specific short- term projects during two rounds each year, closing each March......

The theme for World Water Day 2019 is ‘Leaving no one behind’. This is an adaptation of the central promise of the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: as sustainable development progresses, everyone must benefit. Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) includes a target to ensure......

Announced this morning – if elected a Federal Labor Government will buy the city’s private hospital and partner with the Queensland Government to keep it open. The announcement comes following weeks of speculation about the future of Gladstone’s private hospital facility. Following the representations made......

A commitment to improving and reducing environmental impacts has seen Queensland Alumina Limited (QAL) announce a $240M investment in their Gladstone Alumina Refinery over the next five years as part of the 5-Year Environmental Improvement Program.  The funds will be used to improve QAL’s environmental performance with a focus on air quality,......

The Gladstone Queensland Country Women’s Associations’ community garden is a hidden gem in Gladstone’s CBD. Located behind the QCWA hall in Oaka St the garden has a wonderful range of fruits and vegetables available for the public to use, and if they want to, help maintain.  QCWA Gladstone Vice President, Chelmer Roots,......

Budding scientists young and old enjoyed a seriously scientific fun day out at the Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre when the World Science Festival Brisbane’s Regional program brought cutting-edge science to the Central Queensland region.  The World Science Festival Brisbane returned to Gladstone on March 1st and......

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