February 2019

Published a story 14th Feb 2019 1:08 PM

It is the first official one of its kind in Australia and New Zealand, and the club's president believes it is also 'the way of the future for rotarians'.

PIONEER: Local rotarians start country's first passport club

It is the first official one of its kind in Australia and New Zealand, and the club's president believes it is also 'the way of the future for rotarians'.

Published a story 13th Feb 2019 2:45 PM

'We're sick and tired of being the political football, we're sick and tired of having our issues out there to (influence) votes.'

'Positive gesture': Local indigenous leader plans for treaty

'We're sick and tired of being the political football, we're sick and tired of having our issues out there to (influence) votes.'

Published a story 10th Feb 2019 4:27 PM

'We are working hard to increase the days and number of doctors as well as the Allied Health services available.'

Doctors at Calliope will soon be available four days

'We are working hard to increase the days and number of doctors as well as the Allied Health services available.'

Published a story 8th Feb 2019 8:01 PM

He will be a speaker at one of the World Science Festival events and will be visiting Gladstone after 45 years.

Starry-eyed homecoming for multi-award winning photographer

He will be a speaker at one of the World Science Festival events and will be visiting Gladstone after 45 years.

Published a story 8th Feb 2019 5:52 PM

The four-day mural project started on the first day back and has made the front office much more visible.

Students join hands for school's Aboriginal-art makeover

The four-day mural project started on the first day back and has made the front office much more visible.

Published a story 5th Feb 2019 5:54 PM

A medical association representative is concerned bulk-billing services in areas like Gladstone will suffer as Medicare's rebate rate is 'nowhere near' enough.

'Rural practices will close': AMA's worry for bulk-billing

A medical association representative is concerned bulk-billing services in areas like Gladstone will suffer as Medicare's rebate rate is 'nowhere near' enough.

Published a story 5th Feb 2019 5:38 PM

The Observer has compiled a list of clinics offering bulk-billing for health care services, including mental health services.

REVEALED: Who bulk bills in Gladstone

The Observer has compiled a list of clinics offering bulk-billing for health care services, including mental health services.

Published a story 5th Feb 2019 5:28 PM

The large artworks were donated by members of the 1770 Art Show committee and painted by primary school students from Indonesian island Java.

Hospital will be brightened-up with paintings from Indonesia

The large artworks were donated by members of the 1770 Art Show committee and painted by primary school students from Indonesian island Java.

Published a story 5th Feb 2019 5:19 PM

He will deliver a free community seminar on body corporate issues and will be joined by a team of experts to address residents' concerns.

Former Gladstone local's first visit as State commissioner

He will deliver a free community seminar on body corporate issues and will be joined by a team of experts to address residents' concerns.

Published a story 4th Feb 2019 4:46 PM

The exhibit will align with the theme of International Women's Day - Balance for Better. All artists including emerging ones are invited to submit their work.

Free women's day exhibit to prompt creativity and reflection

The exhibit will align with the theme of International Women's Day - Balance for Better. All artists including emerging ones are invited to submit their work.

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Noor Gillani is a recently graduated journalist from Brisbane, and the newest arrival to The Observer's newsroom. Prior to Gladstone, she was a reporter at Kalgoorlie in WA, but decided the grit of the Wild West was too much for her city-dweller sensibilities. She finds Gladstone a refreshing change, and is keen to meet people and tell as many interesting stories as she can.