August 2018

Published a story 14th Aug 2018 6:35 PM

DESPITE still having reservations about the National Energy Guarantee Ken O'Dowd has accepted the policy will move forward after it received strong support.

O'Dowd accepts energy policy after raising questions on Monday

DESPITE still having reservations about the National Energy Guarantee Ken O'Dowd has accepted the policy will move forward after it received strong support.

Published a story 14th Aug 2018 6:02 PM

A TRADE war between China and the United States over liquefied natural gas could give Australian projects an edge to secure new international contracts.

Tariff could give boost to Island projects running at 78%

A TRADE war between China and the United States over liquefied natural gas could give Australian projects an edge to secure new international contracts.

Published a story 13th Aug 2018 5:51 PM

A GLADSTONE business owner who has waited almost a year to be paid for a mining contract has been squeezed out of the resource industry because of payment terms

90 day wait for pay day takes toll on Gladstone businesses

A GLADSTONE business owner who has waited almost a year to be paid for a mining contract has been squeezed out of the resource industry because of payment terms

Published a story 13th Aug 2018 5:49 PM

GLADSTONE'S car dealerships are revving up for changes, with one relocating its used car services and another planning an expansion of its showroom.

REVVED UP: Changes ahead for Gladstone's car dealerships

GLADSTONE'S car dealerships are revving up for changes, with one relocating its used car services and another planning an expansion of its showroom.

Published a story 8th Aug 2018 7:03 PM

THE relationship between the owner of an Asian grocery store and his former landlord went from sweet to sour when he left it with damaged floors and walls.

Asian grocer owner ordered to pay landlord $9k for damage

THE relationship between the owner of an Asian grocery store and his former landlord went from sweet to sour when he left it with damaged floors and walls.

Published a story 7th Aug 2018 6:46 PM

RESPECTFUL campers who are tired of rubbish and damage left behind at Lilley's Beach are calling for change in a bid to keep the area pristine.

Calls for crack down on bad behaviour at Lilley's Beach

RESPECTFUL campers who are tired of rubbish and damage left behind at Lilley's Beach are calling for change in a bid to keep the area pristine.

Published a story 7th Aug 2018 6:40 PM

MORE than 300 council workers rallied yesterday for fair pay and job security after having their wages frozen for three years.

Council workers fight for fair pay after 3-year wage freeze

MORE than 300 council workers rallied yesterday for fair pay and job security after having their wages frozen for three years.

Published a story 6th Aug 2018 5:45 PM

BEHIND what is becoming one of the region's favourite festivals is months of preparations by Diane Buckthorpe and a dedicated team of volunteers.

Under The Trees Festival coming to life thanks to volunteers

BEHIND what is becoming one of the region's favourite festivals is months of preparations by Diane Buckthorpe and a dedicated team of volunteers.

Published a story 6th Aug 2018 5:42 PM

TOURISM hot spot Agnes Water was the best performer in the region in a recent property report which classified six Gladstone suburbs as danger markets.

Agnes market 'growing', six suburbs on 'danger' list

TOURISM hot spot Agnes Water was the best performer in the region in a recent property report which classified six Gladstone suburbs as danger markets.

Published a story 6th Aug 2018 5:39 PM

WIGGINS Island Coal Export Terminal has denied claims by its junior lenders who have started court proceedings to sue the company for $40million.

WICET denies lender's claims in $40m court challenge

WIGGINS Island Coal Export Terminal has denied claims by its junior lenders who have started court proceedings to sue the company for $40million.

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