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Feds give Chamber new PA

Funding for a new public address system and microphones will ensure Gympie businesses are heard loud and clear, Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew...

$15K boost for pistol club

Gympie Pistol Club’s new shade structure is on target to be complete this week, with funding provided through the Stronger Communities Programme, Wide Bay...

West Aussies best

At Gympie West State School, they celebrated their successes on a special parade on Wednesday with Damon Rehbein, Deputy Principal from Gympie State High...

Colour the new black

Despite the September races Ladies Day traditionally being all about the black and white, the Fashions on the Field competition was all about the...

Fun and friendship and messing about in boats

Fun, friends, cool uniforms and you get to go on trips and sail ships - what more could you want from a club? The Australian...

Assisted dying – How your MPs voted and why

The devil is in the detail on the state government’s legalisation of voluntary assisted dying, according to two Gympie region parliamentarians who opposed the...

One guest for each year

It was the reunion you have when you’re not having a reunion, said former Gympie Apexian wife Heather Schefe. “We had a party, because nobody...

Junior Cats celebrate a year of team building

It was a year of resilience and team-building for Gympie Cats Junior Australian Football Club. At the presentation day at Ray Warren Oval on Sunday...

Reprieve for Matilda Town

"Matilda Town" at Kybong may yet have a reprieve after Gympie region councillors voted to give further consideration to a permanent housing application involving...

New life for rail trail plans

It's a "trailway line" now, and Gympie's Wide Bay MP Llew O'Brien says the old Mary Valley rail link to Brooloo will be more...

‘Pyramid’ claims irrelevant to protest

Aboriginal land rights protesters at Rocky Ridge, near Gympie, say debate about the claimed "Gympie Pyramid" is nothing to do with them. And it is...

Reaction on fire ban

Environment Minister Meaghan Scanlon has been challenged to justify her claim that a current Cooloola campfire ban is needed because of the incompetence of...

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Feds give Chamber new PA

Funding for a new public address system and microphones will ensure Gympie businesses are heard loud and clear, Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew...

West Aussies best