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’Wild West for property buyers’

A mish-mash of different disaster measurement and forecasting standards mean it is still the “Wild West“ for property buyers, with no agreed statewide standard...

Homes saved as Tuchekoi fire rages

A major wildfire, now in its third day, is still raging at Tuchekoi as this is written. Property owners have been warned to keep informed...

Check tech or sparks may fly

There have been a lot of incidents recorded in recent months regarding the explosion of rechargable batteries such as e-scooters and mobile phones, etc,...

Strategy for Arts’ sake

The Gympie Regional Council has chosen to finalise and implement the Arts and Cultural Plan including partnership development with the cultural and creative sector. The...

Strategy for Arts’ sake

The Gympie Regional Council has chosen to finalise and implement the Arts and Cultural Plan including partnership development with the cultural and creative sector. The...

Ataliah ‘Cooke’s up winning artwork

Ataliah Cooke knows all about farm safety and you can see her illustrate it in the 2024 Farm safety calendar. Gympie student Ataliah Cooke is...

Ataliah ‘Cooke’s up winning artwork

Ataliah Cooke knows all about farm safety and you can see her illustrate it in the 2024 Farm safety calendar. Gympie student Ataliah Cooke is...

Biz brekky set to inspire

Big challenges, insights and experience are on the table for Gympie's Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast with guest speaker Darius Boyd. The breakfast is to...

Mad man or ghost?

The voices from under the bridge, that thick fog that doesn't seem to go away, the blare of your headlights meeting the eyes of...

How to save a life

Ever wanted to learn how to take care of our precious wildlife? Local volunteer wildlife care organisation, ANARRA, are hosting two introduction workshops in...

Things get racy at Turf Club

Plenty of punters hit the track at the Gympie Turf Club on Saturday for the Brown Macaulay Warren Accountants Race Day. It was a slightly...

47 grand for Gympie arts

$47,250 is going to Gympie Regional Council from the government with the aim to support arts and cultural outcomes in the community. The council has...

6 weeks of 3G left

With just six weeks to go before Telstra and Optus begin to turn off their national 3G Networks, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA)...

Tee time thrills