News

Why the delay on Borumba? : MP

Gympie MP Tony Perrett came out swinging in Parliament last Thursday, putting Mick de Brenni, Minister for Energy on the spot with a question...

Turning the page on history

The history of Gympie, history of the world, perceptions of truth and tales of the evils of civic service are all topics covered by...

Spiritual gathering and sourdough making at Kia Ora Hall

With the revival in popularity of country hall gatherings across the region and grants available to host events, the Kia Ora Hall is now...

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Sport

Valiant effort from RB nippers

Last weekend, three nippers from the Rainbow Beach Surf Life Saving Club participated in the Under 11 to Under 15 Sunshine Coast Branch Championship....

Bay fires up

Tin Can has been fishing well this week with good whiting being caught around the banks of Snapper Creek and Teebar Creek on yabbies,...

Sisters smash competition

Two sisters, members of the Gympie JKS Karate Club travelled to Brisbane for the Queensland State Cup tournament recently and dominated for their club. The...

Clean sweeps for Haul teams

Squash Results Week 3: B Grade 20 February: J Mack Electrical defeated Ison Concreting 9/3 to 4/1. Lynda Birse took the only...

Big week at Gunabul

Another week and another two competitions for Gunabul Par 3 golf club members. Tuesday saw good numbers roll out for the mid-week challenge. The...

Karate club bring home the silverware

International Karate Daigaku (IKD) Australia sent a team of students from Gympie to attend the Queensland Karate State Cup at the CSHS Paul Bancroft...

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Council want creative recovery projects

Gympie Regional Council is excited to launch a new Creative Recovery Mentoring Program. This new initiative aims to offer an opportunity for selected participants...

Two new exhibitions arrive

Gympie Regional Gallery will hold an official opening for two new exhibitions on Saturday, 24 February at 11am. The exhibitions ‘Birdlands’ and ‘Paper: All...

Dancing despite downpour

The Cooloola Coast Dances Group held their Christmas Dance on Saturday, 16 December, and even with storms all around, they danced without a hitch....

Fireworks and fun to see out year

Join the fun and celebrate New Year’s Eve at Nelson Reserve this Sunday (31 December). With a stellar lineup of local entertainment, great food, kids...

Getting bands back together

The Gympie Muster has just announced their blues lineup ahead of the 2024 festival. This year, the Gympie Music Muster is thrilled to announce a...

More Muster artists

The countdown to the 2024 Gympie Music Muster continues as the lineup for the much-anticipated event grows. Set against the backdrop of the Amamoor Creek...

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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New court liaison officers

Gympie will be seeing a new Court Liaison Officer as recruitment has started for a new $57 million Intensive Education Case Management Service, more...

Forced to betray patient

A Gympie bulk-billing GP has been forced to provide patient details to the Gympie Regional Council investigating a case of illegal dumping. Dr Chris Uber...

New chapel and new face at Cooinda

Cooinda Aged Care has a new Chaplain, along with a brand new Chapel for the use of their residents. A Welcome Liturgy with the local...

Curra electricity debate continues

Revelations by another news source that a terminally ill Curra resident was unable to remain in her home for her final days due to...

Meet your candidate at event

Gympie Chamber of Commerce is planning to host a Meet the Candidates event for council candidates for divisions 3, 4, 5 and 7 and...

Superstar on the rise

Gympie Cricket has a young star on the rise with big dreams for a future in cricket and is well on his way to...