February 2019

Published a story 19th Feb 2019 4:33 PM

A GLADSTONE couple is diversifying their organic grass-fed beef business in a bid to encourage more people to think about where their food is coming from.

Drought forces changes to Gladstone organic meat business

A GLADSTONE couple is diversifying their organic grass-fed beef business in a bid to encourage more people to think about where their food is coming from.

Published a story 19th Feb 2019 3:46 PM

BARRAMUNDI are expected to be on the bite on Wednesday as the region cops its highest king tide of the year.

Barra on bite, but beware highest tide of the year

BARRAMUNDI are expected to be on the bite on Wednesday as the region cops its highest king tide of the year.

Published a story 18th Feb 2019 6:34 PM

ZAC Beers has made his stance on for Adani's coal mine clear after a union threatened to campaign against Labor candidates who did not back the coal industry.

Beers makes Adani mine stance clear amid union threats

ZAC Beers has made his stance on for Adani's coal mine clear after a union threatened to campaign against Labor candidates who did not back the coal industry.

Published a story 18th Feb 2019 6:18 PM

AS BOATIES took advantage of a break in the heavy wind last Thursday, Volunteer Marine Rescue had a spike in call-outs with four in one day.

Three breakdowns, emergency rescue in VMR's busy day

AS BOATIES took advantage of a break in the heavy wind last Thursday, Volunteer Marine Rescue had a spike in call-outs with four in one day.

Published a story 17th Feb 2019 4:37 PM

AGNES Water's largest music festival had a record-breaking crowd on its first night of more than 1200 people.

PHOTOS: Record crowd at 'incredible' Agnes festival

AGNES Water's largest music festival had a record-breaking crowd on its first night of more than 1200 people.

Published a story 12th Feb 2019 1:59 PM

ROUTINE has been the key to getting students to eat their lunches and return to classrooms calmer at a Gladstone primary school.

'No-brainer': How Gladstone school has changed lunch time

ROUTINE has been the key to getting students to eat their lunches and return to classrooms calmer at a Gladstone primary school.

Published a story 11th Feb 2019 5:44 PM

GPC has responded to environmental concerns about its proposed $80m dredging project, following the impact of its last major dredging project.

GPC responds to concerns about $80m dredging project

GPC has responded to environmental concerns about its proposed $80m dredging project, following the impact of its last major dredging project.

Published a story 11th Feb 2019 4:05 PM

Mater Gladstone has called for urgent changes to help private healthcare providers remain viable, following the announcement they will cut back hours.

HOSPITAL RESPONDS: 7-day service was 'unsustainable'

Mater Gladstone has called for urgent changes to help private healthcare providers remain viable, following the announcement they will cut back hours.

Published a story 10th Feb 2019 3:25 PM

TWO commercial fishers were convicted and fined last week after they were caught in no-take areas near Swain Reefs.

Commercial fishers fined for fishing in no-go zone

TWO commercial fishers were convicted and fined last week after they were caught in no-take areas near Swain Reefs.

Published a story 8th Feb 2019 4:21 PM

A POPULAR beachfront caravan park could get even bigger, with the owners another step closer to completing an expansion.

Beachfront caravan park another step closer to expansion

A POPULAR beachfront caravan park could get even bigger, with the owners another step closer to completing an expansion.

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Tegan Annett has been a journalist at the Gladstone Observer since 2012. She started as a cadet reporter, while studying at CQUniversity. A Tannum Sands resident since 2005, this year she took on the role as deputy editor.