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Rockhampton Mosque Hosts Prayer Service For Christchurch Victims

Rockhampton Mosque.  Image Supplied  There has been an outpouring of love and empathy from the community following the Christchurch terror attack. People, of all backgrounds, will come together to remember the victims in a special prayer service at the Rockhampton Mosque. The Prayer Service will be held at 132 Kent St, Rockhampton, at...

Man In Custody After Gun Located In Luggage

Police are questioning a man after a gun was located in his carry on luggage.  The weapon, which turned out to be a replica, was found by Gladstone Airport. Security at the gates on Thursday morning. We will have more information as it comes to hand.  

Flood Resilience Works On Track

The most recent stage in a multi-part strategy to improve flood resilience in Park Avenue has been completed. The project, Park Street Drainage Scheme Stage 5A, involved the installation of approximately 400 meters of stormwater drainage pipes and associated inlet structures along Tung Yeen Street in Park Avenue. Park Street Drainage Scheme...

Mill Gallery Expansion Will Go Ahead

Mill Gallery in Yeppoon will soon be expanded and upgraded after receiving $250,000 in funding through Round 4 of the Palaszczuk Government’s successful $295 million Building our Regions (BoR) program. The development project is also being supported with $250,000 from Livingstone Shire Council, bringing total funding to $500,000. Member for Keppel and...

Gladstone Bands Together - Adam Harvey Headlines

Pexels  Excitement is building around the region as the countdown to Gladstone Regional Council’s reinvigorated bushfire benefit concert Band Together kicks-off. Gladstone Region Mayor Matt Burnett said the concert gives the community a chance to recognise the efforts provided by countless community members, organisations and emergency services during the 2018 CQ bushfires. “This event is also...

More Than 1,300 Jobs In Resources Sector - 176 Locally

Pixabay Queensland’s resource sector is making further inroads into bringing down the State’s unemployment rate by investing in new projects and expanding existing activities, said the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). According to SEEK, there are 92 vacancies for mining, resources and energy in Gladstone and Central Queensland and 84 in Rockhampton and Capricorn Coast. QRC Chief...
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