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Amazing photos of the 2024 Gympie Show

Missed out on heading to the Gympie Show this year? Here's more than 100 photos of all the action over the weekend at the 2024...

Bypass on track for end of year opening

Work on the Gympie bypass (Cooroy to Curra Section D) is approaching completion with the Department of Transport and Main Roads giving the project...

Career Expo on horizon

Gympie Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a partner in hosting the Gympie Region Industry & Careers Showcase in conjunction with Regional Development...

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Sport

High scores at stableford

Once again two competitions were played this week at Gunabul Par 3 Golf Course. While the course is still a little damp in parts it...

Sharks menace anglers

With some decent weather, a few people managed some trips offshore. Reports have come in of some amazing fishing with the fish biting hard...

Faster and more furious

There was plenty of action last Saturday night at the Corbet's Group Mothar Mountain Speedway. The End of Season Spectacular featured the AMCA Nationals, Modified...

Inclusivity on and off the field

Gympie United Football Club celebrated Female Football Week at their clubhouse on Wednesday 8 May. "At Gympie United, we're proud to support Female Football Week,"...

Jean’s top day

On Wednesday, 8 May, Gympie Golf Ladies played a Single-stroke event and competed for the Wednesday May Monthly Medal. The Daily Winner and...

Serving up love and victory

Gympie Squash congratulated its junior players who travelled to Carrara on Mother's Day to play in the Gold Coast Junior Championships. Extra congratulations to...

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Entertainment

Music to mum’s ears

The Gympie community came together at Nelson Reserve to enjoy their mothers day at Live and Local on Sunday 12 May. Sons and Daughters were...

More on the menu for GourMay

Festival Day is looming large for the GourMay celebrations in the Mary Valley and they’ve got a feast of treats for you. The culmination GourMay...

Artist in early for festival

Kingaroy artist and former academic Suzi Wells was the first to get her entry form lodged for the 2024 Mary Valley Art Festival. She was...

The final live and local

Gympie Regional Council is proud to present the third (and final) event in the Live and Local series, which kicks off on Sunday 9...

Concert moved forward a week

The Gympie Country Music Club will be holding their May concert next Saturday, 18 May - a week earlier than usual - beginning at...

Golden Evening to mesh music and short movies

Australia’s biggest regional short film festival is on tour and headed to small towns across the region. The Heart of Gold International Short Film Festival...

Gympie Flows Forward

Our campaign’s end

Over the past 12 months, we’ve brought you stories about the ongoing battle to right our region after the devastating floods of 2022. There is...

Gympie connection to new SES head

The day after the worst flood to hit Gympie in living memory lifted the level of the Mary River at the weir to 22.96m...

Mary River clean-up

Sediment laden run-off from the Mary River has been identified as a leading cause of poor water quality in the inner Great Barrier Reef,...

Big Mary eco-spend

Gympie region and its near neighbours are big winners in a major federal and state funded flood recovery bonanza for "significant environmental and land...

Mary workers helping reef

A consortium of environment groups is working to improve Mary River runoff quality, in a bid to save notr just the river itself, but...

Don’t forget flash flooding

The Gympie Region has recently been on flood watch with the consistent wet weather and three uninjured patients were rescued from flood water on...

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Authority overreach

There are significant civil liberties concerns with new Queensland Parks and Wildlife plans for the management of Gympie's prime beach attractions, K'gari and Cooloola...

Free cuppa to promote inclusiveness

The Cancer Council fundraiser Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is on Thursday, 23 May and brings together community groups, families, and loved ones to...

Breathtaking lights explained

One of the top reasons people travel to the Arctic Circle is to witness the Northern Lights, known as the Aurora Borealis. Tasmanians can...

’We’re not alone’

Gympie’s seemingly intractable housing crisis is part of a statewide problem caused by excessive overseas migration, Premier Steven Miles has said. Multiple Brisbane news outlets...

Weapon charge may follow dingo killing claim

A man claimed to have killed a K'gari (formerly Fraser Island) dingo with a speargun may have breached a weapons control law, in addition...

Light a lantern to remember

On Thursday, 23 May, between 5pm and 6pm, Community Action Gympie, with support from the Queensland Police Service (QPS) are holding a lantern walk...