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Sat 25 May 2019

Devils old boys take to the field to remember former player

premium_icon Devils old boys take to the field to remember former player

The inaugural Noel Haslam memorial shield one to be remembered.

How Gympie driver Thompson will keep his F1 dream alive

premium_icon How Gympie driver Thompson will keep his F1 dream alive

'There is no other feeling that is like when you are racing'

UNFAIR: Invisible Wide Bay candidate to net $24k for effort

premium_icon UNFAIR: Invisible Wide Bay candidate to net $24k for effort

There is a serious flaw in a system where an independent who tries is left in a financial hole and a party candidate no one's met gets a windfall.

GALLERY: 45 pics of Gympie's cutest rugby league players

premium_icon GALLERY: 45 pics of Gympie's cutest rugby league players

All the pics from the Friday night junior league action at Albert Park.

Single vehicle rollover on Rainbow Beach Rd

premium_icon Single vehicle rollover on Rainbow Beach Rd

One female is currently being assessed by paramedics after a single-vehicle rollover.

Cooloola Cove family saving our oceans with recycled rubbish

premium_icon Cooloola Cove family saving our oceans with recycled rubbish

With the blood of Pacific island royalty flowing in her veins, saving the oceans is a family mission for Atua Bentley and her father Paul Bentley.

10 things that will change life in Gympie

premium_icon 10 things that will change life in Gympie

Change is inevitable - but that does not mean it is a bad thing, as Gympie region resident will learn this year.

The Wide Bay candidate who's $20k out of pocket

premium_icon The Wide Bay candidate who's $20k out of pocket

A fifth-place finish in the federal election is not stopping Tim Jerome.

Mary Valley Stags blood new players amid injury crisis

premium_icon Mary Valley Stags blood new players amid injury crisis

The season might not be going the way of the Mary Valley Stags with three losses in a row at the moment but there are plenty of positives within the side.

Workers were fooled into voting against their own interests

premium_icon Workers were fooled into voting against their own interests

We can expect wages to keep on stagnating, and another round of penalty rate cuts on July 1

Fri 24 May 2019

MAP: Where to find the open homes in Gympie this weekend

MAP: Where to find the open homes in Gympie this weekend

Here's where you'll find all the open homes in Gympie in one convenient little spot.

Gympie gun midfielder back to lead team to victory

premium_icon Gympie gun midfielder back to lead team to victory

The Gympie United Gladiators will be boosted for today's clash against Nambour Yandina United FC with the return of their captain, Liam Watson.

Professor debunks Pyramid, reveals second Gympie mystery

premium_icon Professor debunks Pyramid, reveals second Gympie mystery

Professor investigates Gympie Pyramid's secrets

24 things to do at this weekend's Goomeri Pumpkin Festival

24 things to do at this weekend's Goomeri Pumpkin Festival

THE western Gympie region town of Goomeri has already started celebrating its annual pumpkin festival.

The bests spots to hook onto a giant snapper

premium_icon The bests spots to hook onto a giant snapper

WITH the weather not knowing what it is doing, plenty of anglers headed for the river systems to get their fishing fix.

New angles on Gympie council land rights 'invasion' case

premium_icon New angles on Gympie council land rights 'invasion' case

Closed fist, open hand, shove or body push - witnesses tell it as they saw it, from all angles

Fraser Island tour company in hot water over injury claim

premium_icon Fraser Island tour company in hot water over injury claim

A well-known Fraser Island tour company has defended its reputation in the wake of allegations a Hervey Bay woman broke her back on one of its bus trips

Gympie election day tolerance only blighted by anti-vaxers

premium_icon Gympie election day tolerance only blighted by anti-vaxers

OPINION: 2 Anti-Vaccine Party volunteers descended upon us for a short period and started to preach their single-issue stance to all that could not run away

Workers at 209 Wide Bay businesses to share in $580k backpay

premium_icon Workers at 209 Wide Bay businesses to share in $580k backpay

209 Wide Bay businesses were audited by the Fair Work Ombudsman, and underpaid workers will now get an average $600 each

Rattler leader resigns, new acting GM named

premium_icon Rattler leader resigns, new acting GM named

The turnover at the top of Gympie's iconic train continues with the abrupt departure of the company's third general manager in 15 months.

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