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GLADSTONE Harbour Master's office confirmed they had received a report of an amount of diesel in the water around Auckland Inlet. A concerned fisherman told the Observer there was a strong smell of...
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Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti arrives at Tamworth on Thursday to announce an expansion of the airline's network. Photo: Barry Smith Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti...
2015/03/05 06:12
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Earning Certificates are: CARNEY - Kyle Ray, Heating/Air Cond/Refrigeration. ESCANABA - Anthony Wilson, Computer Numeric Control Tech. ROCK - Alex Winkelbauer, Industrial Maintenance. Associate...
2015/03/05 05:39
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When Gov. Bobby Jindal and the Legislature tried last spring to clip the wings of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East for filing suit against scores of energy companies, we heard...
2015/03/05 05:29
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ISHPEMING – Between GLIAC playoff basketball and high school girls district action, Wednesday definitely brought out the best in teams across the Upper Peninsula. GIRLS BASKETBALL – DISTRICTS CLASS...
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A NUMBER of sections in the region's national parks have been reopened today after being reviewed by Queensland National Parks and Wildlife. LATEST ADVICE ON PARKS AROUND THE REGION: Byfield...
2015/03/05 03:23
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MATTHEW Alexander Robertson's child pornography collection was so big, it raised the attention of international authorities. Robertson appeared in GLADSTONE District Court after he was caught by an...
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EIGHT months in prison should be enough for a Biloela 23-year-old to change her ways. That's the hope of GLADSTONE District Court judge Michael Burnett, who yesterday ordered a 20-month prison...
2015/03/05 02:38
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GLADSTONE District Wildlife Carer Max Anderson only has a couple of months left with tawny frogmouth, Awesome. Awesome is now in a condition where he could survive in the wild. Max has cared for the...
2015/03/05 02:37
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RAINE and Horne GLADSTONE has again won a place in the recent state awards as one of the top performing offices in the state. This is the 10th year in a row that Raine and Horne GLADSTONE has...
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WILDLIFE carer Rika Passier is pleading with the community to be more aware of their natural environment. She says new homes have been built on top of old ones, and the old residents - including...
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FREEDOM will be a hoot! And Awesome too. Wildlife lover Max Anderson has spent eight months teaching this tawny frogmouth, how to hunt, eat and fly. One day soon Mr Anderson's feathery friend...
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2015/03/05 02:23
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THE GLADSTONE region's economy will suffer if changes are made to minimum wages and penalty rates, a union member says. Thousands of people across the country rallied as part of the National Day of...
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HOME owners are struggling to balance their budget as inflated incomes become a thing of the past, according to GLADSTONE accountant Bob Lamont. He does paperwork for 2500 families in the area and...
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MAURICE Blackburn Lawyers' investigation into the operation of the Callide Dam during Cyclone Marcia is well under way. Principal lawyer Damian Scattini told the Observer yesterday his organisation...
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A RAFT of major projects worth $9.5 million have been shelved after GLADSTONE Regional Council reviewed its annual budget. Those projects included upgrades to two water treatment plants, a sewerage...
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THIS could be the hottest March day in history for Ipswich, Gympie and parts of the Sunshine Coast, as the scorching heat from out west heads towards the Queensland coastline. Ipswich is facing its...
2015/03/05 02:16
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Technology is permitting large-scale substitutions of employees, but technology is not the only important factor affecting employment says economist Larry Summers. Photo / Thinkstock Two weeks ago,...
2015/03/05 02:13
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BIG4 CAPRICORN Palms Holiday Village owner Josh Dillon turned his games room into a mini-evacuation centre. It was there half his staff membership bunkered down when Cyclone Marcia tore through his...
2015/03/05 01:16
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AIME Parker, Jasmyn Dew and Isabeya Jones will not only be entering their first gymnastics competition of the year on Sunday, but it will also be the trio's first event together. Long-time friends at...
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