As The Gympie Times successfully campaigned for Johnathan Thurston to head to Gympie, JT's former teacher said "JT always had a good attitude”.
THE fact that the Mayor has chosen which company that will do the review on the Rattler raises many questions: letter
With a great field, the Zinc 96 race day tomorrow will be an exciting day for punters.
Lurid ‘psychopathic’ abduction story was based on a lie, witness tells George Gerbic murder trial
Gympie shoppers upset by public masturbator
Don't miss this amazing show when it comes to Gympie.
Great bargains, fun shopping this weekend
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Australians are opting out of My Health Record
Stunning line up of open homes you can inspect in the Gympie region
Her mum has praised their quick thinking
Are things that bad Queensland?
The man used a boning knife in the violent attack
The red Wiggle made an unlikely appearance at Splendour
The woman drove at four pedestrians on a footpath
The suspended mayor was arrested this morning
“Her death was slow, avoidable and miserable.”
“I have just been carjacked"
I'm sure the bank will understand
The Chronicle's and News-Mail's sports editors have their say.
PARENTS should get help for their mentally ill kids.
Falsely claiming a military medal is low, writes Terry Sweetman.
THE Treloar family from west of Maryborough are one of hundreds of families that take part in the annual Rainbow Beach Fishing Classic competition.
Racing Queensland dumps Gympie, makes Kilcoy the favourite
A TAB meeting has been scheduled the same day as the Muster Cup
TOUGH field set to challenge champion
Changes to junior league are about giving youth a chance.
Broncos reportedly denied the prominent coach an extension
Andrews cleared to return to AFL action after terrible concussion
Seibold turns the heat up on Wests Tigers star Robbie Farah
Champion mare Winx begins road to fourth Cox Plate
The silly reason 850 homes lost power near Gympie last night.
IT HAS been a four month fight with the Gympie Regional Council.
About four rural fire and two police crews attended the scenes
Further traffic delays are expected.
The community remains on high alert.
More stalls, rides and fun for this year's event
Vacancies few and far between on coast as town gears up for fun.
Event gets big boost from major Australian brand.
Tino Fa'Asuamaleaui and the Maroons - watch this space
And Gympie Times photographer Renee Albrecht is up for a major gong as well
Historic train steams towards return to tracks.
Queenslanders feel they have not cashed in on 27 years of growth.
BILLIONAIRE Gina Rinehart has bought thousands of wagyu beef cattle.
Consumers are paying the price with a big surge in builder costs.
RESEARCHERS have done a comprehensive study to show how bad meat is for us and the environment. It’s a global problem — here’s why.
The plan comes after a damning report revealed a major issue
The king’s ransom required is just a starting point...
Who said plastic was dead?
STI rates in Australia are rising, with the numbers doubling
Catherine Britt hits the road to celebrate release of her seventh album Catherine Britt & The Cold Cold Hearts, putting her F U Cancer battle behind her.
HARVEY Weinstein is now claiming he had a sex “bargain” with Ashley Judd.
Crazy rumour claims David Beckham paid Geelong star’s mortgage
“Honestly, I know nothing about the gangs the Prime Minister is talking about."
"We had a little argument that just blew out … It’s just broken my heart.”
Vendors bought elsewhere! Now is your chance.
With breathtaking views this home is in an ideal location, only 6 minutes to Gympie and yet tucked away from the...
The UK mogul says he is no 'bad guy'
THE iconic home The Brady Bunch was filmed in has hit the market
A RIDICULOUSLY stunning Queensland home to host 160 parties a year.
The Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils Inc is seeking expressions of interest from a suitably qualified person to work 4 days per week to assist...
Employment figures sound an ominous warning for Qld’s jobs growth.
“Happy, healthy employees generally perform better than those who are tired."
The NTU has finally responded to James Cook University
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VOLKSWAGEN has built its very own Caddy shack.
Now the BMW i8 supercar with a conscience has ditched its roof.
It "means the road can function safely at a higher speed”.