MEMBER for Flynn Ken O'Dowd has defended the Federal Government's plan to tackle workplace casualisation, after he was challenged to a debate on the issue.
While protecting Captain Creek homes from a "beast” of a fire, a team of rural fire brigade volunteers made Queensland history.
MEMBER for Flynn Ken O'Dowd has been challenged to a public debate about how to tackle workforce casualisation.
THE first shipment of bauxite from the $2.6 billion Amrun mine arrived at Rio Tinto Yarwun this week, marking a major milestone for the alumina refinery.
EXCLUSIVE: IN a bid to create more jobs early next year, Gladstone Regional Council will today receive early access to $3.1million in funding.
GLADSTONE Ports Corporation has reached the next stage in its proposal to dredge parts of the Clinton Channel to make it safer for ships to use.
TWO general practitioners focused on supporting women who want to birth privately have been hired at the Gladstone Hospital.
IN ITS final report for 2018 national property valuer Herron Todd White found parts of the Gladstone region had minor growth during the past 12 months.
A THIRD-generation primary producer based in Biggenden has been confirmed as One Nation's candidate for Flynn for the next federal election.
NEW Hope Corporation is the latest target for legal action by Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal over the failure of a coal project.
Tegan Annett has been a journalist at the Gladstone Observer since 2012. She started as a cadet reporter, while studying at CQUniversity. A Tannum Sands resident since 2005, this year she took on the role as deputy editor.