daryl dodt

Mayor: Small minority have given CEO ‘raw deal’

premium_icon Mayor: Small minority have given CEO ‘raw deal’

Councillor tells Mayor he went ‘over the top’ in final speech.

Gympie councillor 'loses it' in Facebook dummy spit

premium_icon Gympie councillor 'loses it' in Facebook dummy spit

OPINION: THis is not the worst council Gympie has ever had

I'm not angry I'm disappointed: blogger to run for council

premium_icon I'm not angry I'm disappointed: blogger to run for council

There's only small change left in the Gympie piggy bank

OPINION: Lost confidence - will Cr Dodt resign?

premium_icon OPINION: Lost confidence - will Cr Dodt resign?

'When you lose the confidence of your electorate you should return.'

'Dodt outburst over budget vote proves he is out of touch'

premium_icon 'Dodt outburst over budget vote proves he is out of touch'

Letter: Tim Jerome says he will run for election in 2020

How our councillors rate their progress - Daryl Dodt, Divison 4

How our councillors rate their progress - Daryl Dodt, Divison...

Cr Daryl Dodt rates his goals and the progress towards them

What Daryl Dodt said before we voted him in

What Daryl Dodt said before we voted him in

We asked Daryl Dodt three questions. This is what he said

'Those that think they know never learn': letter writer

'Those that think they know never learn': letter writer

Letter writer not happy with his rates bill and warns council

Gympie region needs to attract investment and industry

Gympie region needs to attract investment and industry

Letter from Cr Daryl Dodt rejects criticism of rates and new levy

Pokemon Go - what's Gympie coming to?

Pokemon Go - what's Gympie coming to?

Letter writer says Pokemon Go could be bad for the environment

Gympie doctor has his say on region’s health

Gympie doctor has his say on region’s health

Dr Dodt sees work as helping people overcome regional disadvantage

Dodt reflects on first council experience

Dodt reflects on first council experience

Councillor Daryl Dodt reflects on the first council meeting