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The early days of Victory College

Gympie man DANIEL GREEN has released a publication titled The History of Education in the Gympie Region 1867-2020 which highlights the history of 160 schools,...

Get a Stirling start

Checking a horse’s temperature, listening to its heart beat and counting its breaths. It’s a weekend with a difference but an essential part of...

Slithering serpents!

Let’s set the scene. Gympie woman Leonora Cox has had a long, wet day at work at then end of a long, week. She decides to...

Best of the Botanicals

Despite the cancellation of its opening due to mitigating factors of rain and the unfortunate ill health of special guest Enid Mayfield, Saturday 8...

Photos from our flooded region

Check out the gallery of images from around the Gympie region following the deluge of rain ex TC cyclone Seth dropped on us. Images...

Support for departing CEO

On Friday, 7 January, a special meeting was called by the Gympie Regional Council to make the shock announcement of the resignation of their...

Dumping heartache for Op Shops

Gympie opportunity shops are pleading with the public to be mindful about the items they drop off to be donated. From blood and faeces...

‘Reckless’ wind back won’t stock shelves quicker

As happens each time Kidd Bridge is flooded, those new to the area hit the supermarket shelves and panic buy. However, certain grocery lines were...

‘Let it rip’ approach putting workers, residents at risk

Gympie aged care facilities, like others across the country, are experiencing an unprecedented crisis with chronic under-staffing, excessive workloads and extended shifts, according to...

Weekend of death and destruction

A stationary storm, which dropped, in some cases, more than 650ml over the space of 24 hours from last Friday night across the region...

Flood funding to help lessen impact

A range of disaster assistance measures are now available in the Gympie, Fraser Coast, South Burnett and Cherbourg council areas, following the devastating heavy...

Seth lives up to Egyptian namesake

"Originally Seth was a sky god, lord of the desert, master of storms, disorder, and warfare—in general, a trickster," - says the Encyclopaedia Britannica...

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The early days of Victory College

Gympie man DANIEL GREEN has released a publication titled The History of Education in the Gympie Region 1867-2020 which highlights the history of 160 schools,...

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