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‘They show who runs Gympie’: FB page defends shock posts

Premium Content ‘They show who runs Gympie’: FB page defends shock posts

A Facebook page apparently belonging to former councillor Daryl Dodt has blamed...

‘Disgraceful’: Shock over ex-councillor’s inflammatory attack

Premium Content ‘Disgraceful’: Shock over ex-councillor’s inflammatory...

Gympie councillors, staff defend themselves as criticism flies on social media over...

’Unconventional’: Environment protection laws repealed

Premium Content ’Unconventional’: Environment protection laws repealed

Council controversially repeals environment laws, as it ‘unintended consequences’...

Police called after protest incident leaves council staff shaken

Premium Content Police called after protest incident leaves council staff...

A largely peaceful protest in favour of keeping environment laws intact was marred...

Southside couple loses 80% of land at stroke of a pen

Premium Content Southside couple loses 80% of land at stroke of a pen

Couple urges residents to check their maps after the find most of their property...

Radical plan for 21,000ha near Imbil

Premium Content Radical plan for 21,000ha near Imbil

Controversial proposal made to State Government.

200 reports of old Gympie mine collapses in 6 years

Premium Content 200 reports of old Gympie mine collapses in 6 years

Land slips from old shafts continue to pop up in region.

We can't make the same mistake twice with climate change

Premium Content We can't make the same mistake twice with climate change

A switch to renewables is needed, but we must know all their issues.

$40m Gympie industry at risk from decades-old deal

Premium Content $40m Gympie industry at risk from decades-old deal

Industry leaders fear key industry headed for 'disaster'.

Specialists confirm Gympie's library has deadly fibre

Specialists confirm Gympie's library has deadly fibre

The Christmas break has taken a bad turn for book lovers.

Woolies weighs in on Coles bag backflip

Woolies weighs in on Coles bag backflip

Thought the plastic bag debacle was over? Think again.

Coast company fined $29,000 tried to cover up damage

Premium Content Coast company fined $29,000 tried to cover up damage

Coast company fined more than $29,000 for destroying marine plants

Seven ways Australia has turned its back on the environment

Seven ways Australia has turned its back on the environment

Australia continues its backwards environment policy

Ports boss swipes UNESCO over Abbot Point dredging debate

Ports boss swipes UNESCO over Abbot Point dredging debate

Ports boss swipes UNESCO over its Great Barrier Reef decision

Greenpeace targets Gladstone over 'crazy' dredging plan

Greenpeace targets Gladstone over 'crazy' dredging plan

Eco activists visit Gladstone region as part of fact-finding tour