Gladstone

Findings from Gladstone bund wall inquiry set to be released

Tony Moore Findings from a second inquiry into why a protective bund wall built to to protect the Gladstone Harbour from dredge spoil leaked in 2011 will be released before Tuesday's federal budget.

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Privatising Gladstone's port will not impact LNG price: Santos CEO

Future LNG export capital  Gladstone Harbour.

Tony Moore Santos chief executive David Knox said it would make no difference to the price of Santos' liquid natural gas exports if the Port of Gladstone was privatised.

Gladstone port inquiry requires 'prompt turnaround'

Coal ships being loaded at Gladstone coal loading facility.

Tony Moore Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt will this week reveal details of a major inquiry into the leaking of dredge spoil onto the Great Barrier Reef.

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Scientists get second shot at Gladstone Harbour probe

Tony Moore Two CSIRO scientists who last year found Gladstone Harbour to be healthy have been appointed to conduct a new independent inquiry into the harbour.

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Bikies linked to Gladstone drug raids

Police raid a Gladstone home.

Kim Stephens Black Uhlans and Bandidos linked to clandestine drug laboratories

Gladstone Harbour inquiry needed: scientist

Tony Moore A Fitzgerald-style inquiry should look into a Gladstone Harbour wall that leaked dredge material into the Great Barrier Reef, a prominent environmentalist says.

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Elderly man shot near Gladstone

Kim Stephens Elderly man shot in leg by two intruders south of Gladstone.

I wasn't taking a leak, says Awoonga Dam pilot

Pilot photographes at Awoonga Dam, near Gladstone

Mara Pattison-Sowden A pilot who was seemingly snapped urinating in the Awoonga Lake dam, which supplies water to Gladstone, has denied the action despite being caught on camera.

Another horse dies from Hendra virus

A central Queensland property has been quarantined after a horse died from Hendra virus.

A central Queensland property has been quarantined after a horse died from the Hendra virus.

Government advertises for asset sales advisers

Treasurer Tim Nicholls is 'keeping the cupboard stocked - just in case'.

Amy Remeikis Missed amongst the turmoil and tragedy of MH17, was a ‘small’ announcement from the state government, calling for expressions of interest from advisers to assist with the selling and...

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Dogs the latest weapon in fire ant war

Fire ants.

Queensland has unveiled its latest weapon in the war against fire ants.

Questions over finance for Galilee Basin coal mine

Falling coal prices and deebt issues could affect a planned Queensland mine.

Amy Remeikis and Jason Koutsoukis Premier Campbell Newman is counting on new projects, such as the Carmichael mine in the Galilee Basin, to offset upcoming job losses.

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Mystery surrounds highway shooting claim

A woman has told police she was chased and had gunshots fired at her while driving on the Bruce Highway in central Queensland.

10 staff to monitor 800 environmental projects: report

Vision demonstrating failings in the bund wall at Gladstone Harbour.

Tony Moore Only 10 staff monitored 800 environmentally-sensitive projects across the country, a report on Gladstone Harbour reveals.

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Police to scour Lake Awoonga for murdered pair

A lake in central Queensland may hold the remains of a couple who have been missing for more than a year.

More than 100 Environment Department jobs cut

Environmental monitoring was inadequate ahead of the 
Gladstone Harbour  disaster.

Tony Moore Unit that monitors environment standards hit in Federal Budget cuts.

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Convictions of heroin hotshot killers stand

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Rae Wilson THE Central Queensland duo responsible for murdering a young man through a lethal heroin dose left in a letterbox will remain behind bars.

Earthquakes felt near proposed dam sites

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Tony Moore Regular small to medium-sized earthquakes have been recorded close to where the Queensland Government is considering building eight new dams in Southeast Queensland.

Fan king hits referee after Queensland league match

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Scott Sawyer Spectator ambushed referee as he walked to his car after match.

Woman sexually assaulted in country Queensland

A man has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman in a central Queensland town.