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April 17 Anzac Day services across the region
Residents are invited to commemorate Anzac Day with services being conducted across the Gladstone Region.
 
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April 16 Shoreline erosion management plan consultations continue
Residents who have not yet had their say on the draft Shoreline Erosion Management Plan (SEMP) for the Boyne Island-Tannum Sands (BITS) area are being encouraged to attend upcoming consultation at three locations.
 
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April 16

New limit loads to apply for three Gladstone Region bridges
Gladstone Regional Council has applied new tonnage limits to three of the region's rural bridges, in the interest of public safety, following the recommendations of a specialist consultant.

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April 15

Preliminary approval for Benaraby rural residential development
Gladstone Regional Council today (Apr 15) approved the first step in a new 151 lot rural residential development at Benaraby.

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April 15

Members appointed to Region's Community Development Committee
Four community members were appointed to the Gladstone Region Community Development Committee (GRCDC) at Council's general meeting today (Apr 15).

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April 15

Advisory panel to help Gladstone Region capitalise on major events
Maximising the economic benefits created by major events within the Gladstone Region will be one of the main goals of a new advisory panel established today (Apr 15).

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April 15

CouncillorConnect visit coming your way
Gladstone Regional Council's CouncillorConnect visits continue on Thursday, April 24, with elected representatives visiting various locations throughout the region.

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April 14

The Challenge of Leadership program to start this week
The leadership skills of 12 talented individuals will be further developed throughout "The Challenge of Leadership" program commencing on Wednesday. (Apr 16)

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April 11 Colourful street parade to kick start 2014 Gladstone Harbour Festival
Gladstone city streets will burst into colour on Sunday when the 2014 Workforce International Street Parade winds its way from the Gladstone Showgrounds to Gladstone Marina.
 
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April 10 Finale to National Youth Week celebrations gain pace
National Youth Week celebrations will 'step up' the pace over coming days as local youth get walking in support of the annual event.
 
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April 10 Council to launch new look Community Service Directory website
Gladstone Regional Council is redeveloping its Community Services Directory website. Better search functions and links to Facebook and websites will be key new features of a proposed revamp.
 
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April 10 Council supports Be Safe alcohol and drug awareness project
Gladstone Regional Council is 100 per cent committed to improving public safety for those enjoying a night out in the Gladstone CBD on weekends.
 
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April 10 Centenarians celebrate 100 years of memories
Gladstone Region has two new names to add to the list of centenarians with Margaret (Bernie) Linnane and Hilda (Peggy) honoured for reaching the milestone of 100 years old.
 
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April 9 Date set for rescheduled Boyne Valley disaster management meeting
The recently postponed Boyne Valley Community Disaster Management Meeting has been rescheduled for next Wednesday (April 16) at the Nagoorin Hall from 3.30pm to 5pm.
 
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April 8 Postponed road resurfacing to start today
Regional road resurfacing works delayed by rain started on six Gladstone streets and at two Boyne Island locations today, April 8.
 
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April 7 Regional CouncillorConnect initiative gains momentum
Gladstone Regional Councillors braved periods of heavy rain to meet with residents during the most recent CouncillorConnect visits to outlying communities.
 
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April 4 Short-listing starts for new Gladstone Region Youth Council
Nominations have now closed for the new Gladstone Region Youth Council with 15 prospective candidates submitting applications.
 
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April 4 Rugby league legend 'kicks off' Youth Week celebrations
Australian rugby league legend Shane Webcke has visited Gladstone to help 'kick-off' National Youth Week celebrations.
 
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April 4 Community input sought into Shoreline Erosion Management Plan
Future management of the Boyne-Tannum coastline will be in the spotlight this month when Gladstone Regional Council asks residents for input into its draft Shoreline Erosion Management Plan.
 
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April 3 Sewer main repairs on schedule at Toolooa Street shopping complex
Replacement of damaged sewer main pipeline in Toolooa Street was on schedule for completition today with backfilling and compacting works continuing.
 
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April 3 New committee to help identify valuable initiatives for region
Council has taken the first step towards establishing a committee to identify and promote initiatives that generate value for the Gladstone Region.
 
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April 2 Council approves historically linked names for two Raglan roads
Two Raglan roads will be re-named to provide closer ties to their area's local history following Council approval.
 
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April 2 Countdown begins to National Youth Week celebrations
Gladstone Region youth are getting ready to celebrate with National Youth Week only days away. The countdown to one of the Gladstone Region's biggest youth celebrations has begun, with hundreds expected to join in the National Youth Week celebrations which start on Friday. (Apr 4)
 
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April 2 Exhibits to add colour to Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens
The works of nine local artists will add a splash of colour to the Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre this year. 
 
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April 2 Mayor encourages groups to apply for community funding
Gladstone Region Mayor Gail Sellers is encouraging local charities and not-for-profit organisations to make the most of  available community funding grants.
 
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April 2 Toolooa St sewer main repairs under way with shops open for business
The majority of work to repair a broken sewer main in Toolooa Street is expected to be completed by tomorrow afternoon. (Apr 3)
 
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April 2

Volunteers needed for Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens
Do you have a love for the great outdoors and some spare time on hand? Council is looking to recruit more volunteers for the Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre.

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April 2 Pound Paddock to accommodate sports growth at Calliope Gladstone Regional Council yesterday (April 1) endorsed a concept plan for the development of Pound Paddock at Lot 70 Racecourse Road, Calliope, into a multi-use sports park.
 
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April 1 Council takes first step towards adopting new cat regulation laws
Council today (Apr 1) moved another step closer to introducing a Local Law and Subordinate Local Law regulating the keeping and controlling of cats.
 
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April 1
Non-compliance issues cause Kin Kora car wash refusal
A Kin Kora car wash proposal was refused at today's Gladstone Regional Council general meeting for various Local and State government non-compliance reasons.
 
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March 28

Motorists urged to take care on roads as Council crews assess damage
Morotists are urged to take care on the region's roads with Gladstone Regional Council road crews assessing reports of damage resulting from recent rain.

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March 28 Flooding forces Council to reschedule Turkey Beach waste collection
Flooding has forced Gladstone Regional Council to delay its Turkey Beach and Rodds Bay waste collection service.
 
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March 28 Gladstone Regional Council throws its support behind annual festival
With 16 days to go the countdown is on to Gladstone Region's biggest community festival - the 2014 Gladstone Harbour Festival.
 
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March 28 Get hopping to Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens this Easter
Plenty of school holiday Easter themed fun is in store for the kids these school holidays at Gladstone Tondoon Botanic Gardens.
 
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March 28 Council take steps to promote Year of Walking
Gladstone Regional Council is encouraging the community to 'lace up' in support of Year of Walking.
 
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March 28 Parkland name change proposals prompt public consultation
Less than three weeks remain for the community to have its say on a proposed name change for two Gladstone Regional Council parklands.
 
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March 28 Disaster Management public meeting planned for Boyne Valley
Residents of Boyne Valley are invited to meet with Council staff endorsed by the Gladstone Region Local Disaster Management Group tomorrow (Friday, March 28).
 
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March 27 Council encourages residents to get behind Earth Hour campaign
Gladstone Regional residents and businesses are being encouraged to get behind the Earth Hour 2014 environmental awareness campaign.
 
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March 26 CouncillorConnect visits to go ahead, weather permitting
Gladstone Regional Councillors are still on schedule to host CouncillorConnect visits despite heavy rainfall last night and today.
 
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March 25 Barney Point stinger net removed to enable park redevelopment
Gladstone residents are advised that the stinger nets at Barney Point Beach have been removed to enable construction work on the $1.6 million Barney Point Foreshore Redevelopment to commence.
 
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March 25

Don't rough it on your next camping trip, prepare in advance
If you're tired of roughing it when exploring the great outdoors, then the Gladstone City Library is the place to be.

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March 25

Appointments still being taken for March CouncillorConnect visits
Appointments are still available for CouncillorConnect visits across the Gladstone Region on Thursday, March 27.

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March 24

Mayor officially opens upgraded animal pound at Callemondah
Gladstone Region Mayor Gail Sellers described her mixed emotions today when she officially opened the upgraded Gladstone Regional Council Animal Pound at Callemondah.

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March 24

Book your spot at 2014 National Youth Week celebrations
Gladstone Region is gearing up for one of the biggest youth events with National Youth Week celebrations to start April 4.

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March 21

Boyne Tannum residents share planning vision with Council
More than 80 community members had their say on the future planning vision for Boyne Island and Tannum Sands at Wednesday night's Community Visioning Session.

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March 21

Road resurfacing works to start on nine Gladstone streets
Road resurfacing works will start from Monday (Mar 24) on nine streets located in West Gladstone and Callemondah.

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March 20

Regional restoratoin work from 2012-13 flood events continues
2013 flood damage restoration programs are continuing across the Gladstone Region with Stage 1 and 2 works forecast to be completed by the end of the year.

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March 20 Gladstone Regional Council launches Picture in the Park competition
Residents are urged to get "snapping" over the coming weeks and be in the running to win one of up to 20 weekly $50 shopping vouchers.
 
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March 18

Gladstone Region to celebrate its cultural diversity on Harmony Day
Gladstone Region residents are invited to participate in a Harmony Day celebration to be hosted at the Gladstone Community Hub on Friday. (Mar 21)

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March 18

Public invited to have its say on Boyne Tannum shoreline erosion plan
The public has been invited to have its say on future erosion management plans on Boyne Island and Tannum Sands shorelines.

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March 17

Upgraded Council animal pound opens to public
Gladstone Regional Council's upgraded pound facility at Callemondah opened to the public today (Mar 17).

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March 17

Nominations open for Gladstone Region Youth Council
Nominations for the Gladstone Region Youth Council are now open with a positive response being shown by local youth.

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March 14

Callemondah animal pound commences operations of Monday
Gladstone Regional Council's upgraded pound facility at Callemondah will begin receiving animals for impoundment on Monday. (Mar 17)

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March 13

Euleilah Creek Bridge superstructure works finish ahead of schedule
Super structure work on Euleilah Creek Bridge was completed today, with all traffic restrictions now lifted.

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March 13

Public comment sought on two proposed parkland name changes
Residents are encouraged to have their say on a proposed name change for two Gladstone Regional Council parklands.

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March 13

Council evaluation process opens way for locals to win contracts
More than 60 per cent of Gladstone Regional Council tenders and preferred supplier arrangements (PSA) contracts have gone to local organisations during the current financial year.

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March 13

Workshop to help guide parents through the teen years
Free parenting workshops have been organised by Gladstone Regional Council's Youth Development Team as part of National Youth Week 2014.

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March 13

Call for Boyne Valley community input to flood level mapping
Gladstone Regional Council has renewed its call for community input to help document flood levels in the Boyne Valley.

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March 10

Barney Point Foreshore Redevelopment breaks new ground
The first sod of soil was turned on the $1.6 million Barney Point Foreshore Redevelopment project today (March 10).

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March 7

Draft Cemetery and Crematorium Policy to open public comment
Council approved the release of its Draft Cemetery and Crematorium Policy recently which is now up for public comment.

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March 6

Almost seven tonnes of rubbish collected on Clean Up Australia Day
Gladstone Region residents removed almost seven tonnes of rubbish from the ecosystem as an army of volunteers mobilised for Clean Up Australia Day last Sunday. (Mar 2)

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March 6

Council approves tender for Barney Point Foreshore Redevelopment
Work on the Barney Point Foreshore Redevelopment is one step closer following Gladstone Regional Concil's acceptance of a tender from Boyd's Bay Landscaping Pty Ltd.

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March 6

Gladstone Region Youth Survey prompts a positive response 
Local youth have had their say, with the result now in from Gladstone Regional Council's Youth Survey.

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March 5

Council refuses Beecher machinery and transport depot
A proposal for a machinery and transport depot at Beecher was refused by Gladstone Regional Council at its general meeting yesterday. (Mar 4)

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March 5

Changes to address traffic on Captain Cook Drive Seventeen Seventy
Gladstone Regional Council will create additional 'No Stopping' zones on Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy after considering feedback from nearby residents and landowners.

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March 4

Council considers closure of three rural waste transfer stations
Gladstone Regional Council considered a proposal at its general meeting today to close and decommission three rural waste transfer stations on June 30.

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March 4

Miriam Vale parkland to share naming honours
Gladstone Regional Council today formally adopted the name Alf Larson Park and Miriam Vale Lions Park for the parkland locally referred to as Lions Park in Miriam Vale.

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March 4

Council provides helping hand to region's surf life saving clubs
Gladstone Regional Council today agreed to provide the region's surf life saving clubs with greater assistance by recognising them as emergency service providers.

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March 4

Gladstone Region to welcome a new youth council
The Gladstone Region will welcome a younger generation of leaders followng today's endorsement of a Gladstone Region Youth Council.

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March 4

Residents to 'have their say' on planning vision for Boyne-Tannum
The future planning vision for Boyne Island and Tannum Sands will be explored at the Community Visioning Session on March 19.

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February 28

Road work on Centenary Drive at Boyne island scheduled for Tuesday
Motorists are advised to anticipate possible delays on Centenary Drive, Boyne Island, on Tuesday (March 4) due to road resurfacing works.

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February 28

Councillors visit regional areas to meet with residents
Councillors travelled far and wide on Thursday, making their way to nominated localities as part of the February CouncillorConnect visits.

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February 28

Council invites expressions of interest for commercial activities
Gladstone Regional Council has called for expressions of interest from commercial operators wishing to conduct activities on Council-controlled land during the 2014-15 financial year.

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February 28

Residents invited to have their say in gas survey
Gladstone Region residents now have until Sunday, March 16, to participate in a survey measuring the community's attitude towards the natural gas industry.

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February 28 Works to temporarily limit pedestrian access at intersection
Pedestrian access will be limited at the corners of the Tank and Auckland Streets intersection, gradually from March 10, to enable upgrades to pram ramps. 
 
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February 26

Council 'strides' towards National Youth Week celebrations
Gladstone Region youth will 'get walking' in April in celebration of this year's National Youth Week.

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February 26

Euleilah Creek Bridge to close for night works from 5pm on March 3
Euleilah Creek Bridge will be closed to traffic for one night next Monday (Mar 3), with exception for emergency services.

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February 25

Appointments still being taken for February CouncillorConnect visits
Appointments are still available for CouncillorConnect visits across the Gladstone Region on Thursday (Feb 27).

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February 25

Free fitness sessions spark community interest
Local residents have responded to Gladstone Regional Council's offering of free fitness sessions with many taking up the 'Fitness in the Park' challenge.

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February 24

Call for community clean up
A challenge has been issued for the Gladstone Region to "clean up its act' and get involved in this year's Clean Up Australia Day campaign.

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February 20

Council takes measures to minimise mosquito activity within region
Gladstone Regional Council will start fogging vulnerable areas on Monday (Feb 24) in response to increases mosquito activity within the region.

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February 20

Section of Scotts Road, Bororen to temporarily close for upgrade works
A sections of Scotts Road, Bororen is scheduled to be closed from 7am to 5pm for three days next week to enable an upgrade as its intersection with the Bruce Highway.

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February 20

Community Donations Program opens for application
Local not for profit community groups are encouraged to apply for funding under Gladstone Regional Council's Community Donations Program.

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February 19

New structure plan given the go ahead for Boyne-Tannum
Gladstone Regional Council has approved a structure plan exercise for the townships of Boyne Island and Tannum Sands.

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February 18

CouncillorConnect visits to resume across the region from February 27
Gladstone Regional Council's monthly CouncillorConnect visits continue next week with the addition of a Councillor booth in Calliope.

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February 18

Residents urged to prevent stormwater entering sewerage network
Home owners in the region are urged to make a few simple household checks to ensure rainwater does not enter the sewerage network via their property.

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February 18

Council releases Draft Cemetery and Crematorium Policy
Gladstone Regional Council today approved the release of its Draft Cemetery and Crematorium Policy for final consultation.

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February 18

Council approves new tavern for Calliope town centre
Calliope is set to become home to a new tavern following Gladstone Regional Council's unanimous approval of a development application, subject to conditions, at today's general meeting.

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February 14

Help keep your New Year's resolution with 'Fitness in the Park'
Free one-hour fitness sessions are no under way, for a limited time, across the region courtesy of a Gladstone Regional Council and community partnership.

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February 13

Changes to daily start and finish time of Euleilah Creek Bridge works
Changes will occur from today to the start and finish time of works on Euleilah Creek Bridge on Hills Road, Euleilah as repair works continue.

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February 12

Council's new pound facility edges closer to completion
The $1.43 million upgrade to Gladstone Regional Council's new pound facility is nearing completion with major construction works now finalised.

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February 10

Road resurfacing works scheduled for Calliope and Beecher
Road resurfacing works will continue across the region with crews to converge at Calliope and Beecher from tomorrow (February 11), weather permitting.

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February 06

Barney Point Park Redevelopment Project tenders underway
Work on the Barney Point Park Redevelopment Project is expected to start next month.

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February 05

Several business developments receive go ahead from Council
A new medical centre was among various businesses to receive development approval at Gladstone Regional Council's general meeting yesterday. (Feb 4)

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February 05

Council to host Welcome Morning Tea at two locations
Gladstone Regional Council will host its Welcome to Gladstone Morning Tea initiative at two separate locations this year as a result of community feedback.

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February 04

Repair works start on Euleilah Creek Bridge
Repair work to Euleilah Creek Bridge on Hills Road, Euleilah has started with motorists reminded to expect traffic disruptions in the area for about seven weeks.

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February 04

Mayor thanks community for patience as Marina Bridge re-opens
The Gladstone Marina (Matthew Flinders) Bridge is operating as normal with repairs completed on Sunday afternoon (Feb 2)

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January 31

Sandy Creek flood betterment works to start on February 3
Flood betterment works at Sandy Creek on Turkey Beach Road will start on Monday, February 3.

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January 31

Wild weather closes access at Rules Beach and Lilley's Beach
Residents are advised of several beach closures as large amounts of debris and erosion have resulted from damaging winds and king tides.

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January 31 Council's leadership program calls for second round intake

Following the success of its inaugural leadership development program Gladstone Regional Council is offering a second round intake to members of the community interested in enhancing their leadership skills.

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January 31 Water Usage Notices issued to Gladstone Ratepayers next week

Gladstone Region ratepayers will be issued with their half-yearly water rates notices next week.

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January 30 Residents in low-lying areas urged to be prepared for high tides

With the Gladstone Region set to experience king tides and damaging winds in coming days, Gladstone Regional Council is reminding the community to be prepared; not complacent.

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January 28 Thousands help celebrate Australia Day across the Region

Australia Day was well celebrated throughout the Gladstone Region on Sunday, with thousands attending Council's free Australia Day Family Fun Day at the Gladstone Marina Parklands.

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January 28 Section of Handley Drive, Boyne Island to change to 80kmh zone

An 80km/h speed limit will soon applyu on approach to the Boyne Smelters Limited (BSL) enterance on Handley Drive, Boyne Island.

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January 28 Hundreds gather for behind the scenes look at redeveloped GECC

Hundreds made the most of the opportunity to get a closer look when the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre hosted an open day yesterday (Jan 27).

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January 28 Residents line up to become new citizens on Australia Day weekend

More than 50 new Australian residents were sworn in at a public ceremony at the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre on the eve of Australia Day.

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January 25 Council names its 2014 Australia Day Award winners

2014 Gladstone Region Australia Day Award winners were named at an Awards Presentation Night on the eve of Australia Day.

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January 24

 

Auckland Creek Bridge, Blain Drive to close to traffic for one day

Auckland Creek Bridge on Blain Drive, Gladstone will close for one day to all traffic on Wednesday, January 29.

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January 23 Works force Euleilah Creek Bridge to only open 10 minutes on the hour 

Repair work to Euleilah Creek Bridge on Hills Road, Euleilah will cause traffic disruptions starting Monday, February 3.

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January 23 GECC journeys through the past to celebrate its bright future 

More than 300 patrons were inspired by the words of 2014 Australian of the Year candidate Li Cunxin at Journey: The Official Opening Dinner of the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre last night (Wed).

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January 22 Council opts to close Marina Bridge to traffic to ensure safety

Gladstone Regional Council will now close Gladstone Marina (Matthew Flinders) Bridge to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic from 5am on January 28 to 6pm on February 1.

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January 22 Council provides comment on proposed Hummock Hill Island project

Gladstone Regional Council has provided several recommendations to the developers of proposed Pacificus Tourism Project on Hummock Hill Island following the release of their draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

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January 22 Gladstone Region residents to access all area at centre open day

Gladstone Region residents are invited to 'Get a Taste of the Blues' at the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre on Monday, January 27.

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January 17 Road resurfacing to cause possible delays in southern parts of region

Gladstone Regional Council advises motorists of possible delays in southern parts of the region as road resurfacing works in Miriam Vale, Lowmead and Agnes Water are carried out.

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January 17 Auckland Creek Bridge on Blain Drive to temporarily close for two days

Motorists are advised that Auckland Creek along Blain Drive, Gladstone, will temporarily close to all traffic for two days from 6am on Monday (Jan 20).

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January 17 Big day of celebrations on offer at Australia Day Family Fun Day

A big occasion deserves a big day of celebrations and that is exactly what Gladstone Region residents will receive on Australia Day.

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January 17 Calliope Pool to remain closed for urgent repair works

Reidents are advised the Calliope Community Swimming Pool remains closed due to further mechanical issues with the chlorination system.

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January 17 Council to start six-month animal inspection program in March

Gladstone Regional Council has announced this year's annual door-to-door cat and dog registration inspection program will start in March.

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January 16 SUNfest 2014 ends with showcase of local talents

Residents are invited to attend a free showcase extravaganza featuring the talents of the region's youngsters tomorrow night (Friday, Jan 17) to celebreate the end of SUNfest 2014.

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January 16 Chlorination system issue causes temporary Calliope Pool closure

Residents are advised the Calliope Community Swimming Pool is closed today (Jan 16) due to an issue with the chlorination system. The pool is expected to reopen tomorrow (Jan 17).

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January 16 Go local on Australia Day 2014

From true blue Aussie breakfasts to stock whip cracking and tractor displays, there is something for everyone at the various Australia Day events around the Gladstone Region on Sunday, January 26.

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January 13 Australia Day Awards presentation to recognise unsung heroes

Residents are encouraged to attend the 2014 Gladstone Regional Council's Australia Day Awards presentation evening on January 25 from 6.15 at the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre (GECC).

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January 8 SUNfest proves to be a hit with the region's youth these school holidays

The first couple of days of SUNfest 2014, Gladstone Regional Council's youth holiday program, have proven to be a hit with a large number of participants in a range of fun-filled activities.

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January 7 Marina Bridge works to start January 28 to allow for public holiday

Council will replace the Gladstone Marina Bridge's failing hydraulic mechanism between 5am on January 28 and 6pm on February 1.

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January 6 Dancing and doodling kicks off SUNfest 2014 youth holiday program
Gladstone Region youngsters kicked off 12 days of organised fun today by busting moves and showcasing their creativity on the opening day of the SUNfest 2014 youth holiday activity program.
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