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No guarantee on Show refunds

The Covid-hit and flood-wrecked Gympie Show is struggling on as it sorts out policies on how to compensate people who bought admission and ride...

Pizza store raises $2K in 4 hours for schools

Local Domino's franchisee Brad McCartin and his team recently raised nearly $2000 for two Gympie schools from a four hour fundraiser last Wednesday. Ahead of...

Big hearts all round

This sweet, super loveable and affectionate young Manx wants all your attention. Moppy is ever so cuddly, she will gladly lay on the couch with...

O’Brien home, but not ‘Scott-free’

"We couldn't let them get off Scott-free," Labor's Geoff Williams said as he pondered a federal election win for his party, but a less...

John is still sadly missed

Born on 10 June, 1950, John Dakin was an exceptional son, brother, husband, father and grandfather. He was the eldest son of Marge and Viv...

Eco voice for Gympie council needed

Nominations are now open to fill four vacancies on Gympie Regional Council’s Community Biodiversity Reference Group (previously the Biodiversity and Koala Habitat Development Strategy...

Grey skies above colourful markets

The Gympie region experienced another terrible weekend of weather but it wasn't enough to hold back supporters of our local growers and merchants. Check...

Eco threat from island cat tour

A cat has been photographed on World Heritage listed K'Gari (Fraser Island), despite potential wildlife impacts and tough penalties for taking domestic pets into...

Stunning show display

The Floral Art section was a bright spot in the Pavilion, delighting the Gympie Show patrons who braved the weather, while potted foliage plants...

Cluedo sniffs out great time at the Show

From May 12 to May 14 the Gympie Show was back for 2022, but unfortunately was impacted by rain and flooding. Officers from the Gympie...

Grim outlook for business, despite economic upturn

The Gympie and Maryborough regions of Queensland are forecast to experience increases of 0.6 per cent and 1.5 per cent insolvency respectively as a...

Floods close Show a day early

As late as last Friday afternoon, vice president of the Gympie Show Society Warren Smith was optomistic the 2022 Gympie and District Show would...

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No guarantee on Show refunds

The Covid-hit and flood-wrecked Gympie Show is struggling on as it sorts out policies on how to compensate people who bought admission and ride...

Soggy slog for Vets