News

The next generation

New and re-elected Gympie regional councillors promised to do their duty at the council's first post-election meeting, but a strong presence in the room...

Muster powers on

As troubled times force other major Australian music fetivals to cancel or postpone, the Gympie Music Muster has powered on to win the prestigious...

Simply ‘impassable’ says council

Shaun Smith is a Gympie Regional Council ratepayer who is seriously questioning what he gets for his money. For the past seven years his property...

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Sport

Field of 97 contest Vets game

How difficult was the Gympie Golf Club Vets game of golf on Tuesday? The weather was not too hot, and not too cold,...

Wanderers lose their way against the Jockey

It was another great performance for the Gympie District Darts Association players in their matches on Wednesday, 3 April. Here are the results: TEAM RESULTS: Phoenix Nutcrackers...

Reef fish are chewing

For everyone who was lucky enough to get out in last week’s weather windows some amazing fish were caught. Plenty of good longtail and...

Caitlin takes on Australia’s best

In swimming, the Australian Age championships is the pinnacle of the season for young swimmers. The times needed to qualify to this prestigious event are...

Great games before holidays

The Gympie Squash Club are currently in the middle of a two week break from fixtures for the school holidays. The following are the...

Good to be back on the greens

After a couple of weeks of rain interruptions, the Gunabul members managed to play both Monthly Medal competitions recently. Last Tuesday’s event was played under...

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Entertainment

Creative youth inside and out

Headspace Gympie and Heart and Soul Sisters presented an exciting exhibition for Youth Week at the Art Post Gallery on Saturday, 13 April. Guests enjoyed...

Fundraising concert will delight

Set4Life Australia is a small, registered, Gympie charity, supporting access to healthcare and education for the remote communities of Yiben in northern Sierra Leone....

Two exciting new projects on horizon at Art Post

Are you interested in the notion of privacy? Sunshine Coast-based artist Katrina Lezaic’s new photographic works address the idea of privacy on the walls...

GourMAY has more than food on menu

GourMay is about food, but not just about growing and eating it. There are competitions - photography, art, tasting, guessing, and of course cooking. Mostly,...

Food at the heart of Valley festival

GourMay Mary Valley may be all about food and farming, but it has not stopped those with a passion for the arts from getting...

Live and Local returns

Gympie Regional Council is thrilled to announce the return of Live and Local Gympie Region. Kicking off on Sunday 14 April from 2pm to 5pm...

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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Smiles bursting out the gate

Guests enjoyed a great day out at the Gympie Turf Club experiencing a full five races trackside for the Grand Old Lady 100 Club...

Living it up local

A great day was had in the park as bands cranked up the volume for youth week week at Live and Local at Nelson...

Electricity meltdown

Energy Minister Mick de Brenni sparked a high tension near-meltdown on social media when he branded the electricity supply concerns of Curra residents as...

Boatie airlifted from K’gari after medical episode

The Sunshine-Coast based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter crew has airlifted a man from K'gari after he suffered a medical episode while boating. It is believed...

Fatal Crash

Another life has been lost on the roads with a second person seriously injured as a 77-year-old Yeppoon woman was declared deceased at the...

Vandals against the thirsty

The water fill station at Madill Park has left residents unable to use it as vandals appeared to have smashed and broken parts of...