BIG WEEKEND: From Gympie's biggest event on the calendar to incredible sport clashes to emergencies that kept paramedics and fire fighters busy- it all happened in the Gympie region.
BIG WEEKEND: From Gympie's biggest event on the calendar to incredible sport clashes to emergencies that kept paramedics and fire fighters busy- it all happened in the Gympie region. Contributed

The Gympie stories you probably missed if you were Mustering

THE Honey Badger went off like a cut snake at the Muster over the weekend (his words) and must have been the most photographed bachelor to ever get out there under the gum trees.

HEROES: Mark Stewart and Will Lewis were two of five men, including two police officers, recognised for their incredible actions that saved a man from a burning car that crashed near the Mary Valley Rattler in June last year.
HEROES: Mark Stewart and Will Lewis were two of five men, including two police officers, recognised for their incredible actions that saved a man from a burning car that crashed near the Mary Valley Rattler in June last year. Contributed

Our FREE MUSTER SOUVENIR with more than 200 photos will be inserted into tomorrow's Gympie Times.

souvenir cover
The 2019 Gympie Muster Souvenir featuring more than 200 photos will be inserted into tomorrow's (Tuesday's Gympie Times).

GALLERY: 264 awesome pics from the 2019 Gympie Music Muster

WHAT NOW? What the Honey Badger had to say about Gympie

Honey Badger
Honey Badger chills at the Muster Leeroy Todd

What a corker of a weekend it was - the weather turned it on - and let's pray it turns it on again this week now that the crowds have packed up and gone home - and sends us these showers and storms it is teasing us with.

Gympie region could be in for some badly needed rain this week
Gympie region could be in for some badly needed rain this week

With most people who live in the Gympie region out in the Amamoor State Forest for the past few days there is no doubt more than a few fans and volunteers have missed these great stories:

And just in case you missed THIS very exciting news, The Gympie Times has been once again named a finalist in the News Media Community News Brand of the Year, to be announced in Sydney next month.

Josh Preston, Bec Singh, Shelley Strachan, Rowena Robertson, Scott Kovacevic and Arthur Gorrie in The Gympie Times newsroom.
Reporters Josh Preston and Bec Singh, editor Shelley Strachan, designer Rowena Robertson, council reporter Scott Kovacevic and senior reporter Arthur Gorrie in The Gympie Times newsroom.

It has been a huge weekend for our newsroom to cover the Muster, record precious memories and keep our region updated with all the breaking news. We love it though, and congratulations to the organisers on another ripping success. Have a great week everyone.