August 2020

Published a story 8th Aug 2020 8:08 AM

After 18 months of grant applications, students will be able to complete in their most anticipated lunch time games yet.

Why these students will have the best lunch breaks in town

After 18 months of grant applications, students will be able to complete in their most anticipated lunch time games yet.

Published a story 7th Aug 2020 3:39 PM

Abbie Sweeper, the Lockyer youngster that survived a horrific horse riding accident, has a goal to return home very soon.

Miracle girl to make biggest recovery step since accident

Abbie Sweeper, the Lockyer youngster that survived a horrific horse riding accident, has a goal to return home very soon.

Published a story 7th Aug 2020 11:41 AM

New businesses in the pipeline, police crackdowns and covidiots shamed – news from the Lockyer this week.

WEEKLY WRAP: Major headlines you may have missed

New businesses in the pipeline, police crackdowns and covidiots shamed – news from the Lockyer this week.

Published a story 6th Aug 2020 3:54 PM

Boost in confidence to help Gatton Hawks in their quest for a round-two victory this weekend.

Return of ‘experienced’ senior players to boost Hawks

Boost in confidence to help Gatton Hawks in their quest for a round-two victory this weekend.

Published a story 6th Aug 2020 3:19 PM

Bowled over by history: Club founder’s legacy to live on in new display.

How 74yo sporting equipment made its way back to club

Bowled over by history: Club founder’s legacy to live on in new display.

Published a story 6th Aug 2020 12:59 PM

Lockyer representative calls on Electoral Commission to make changes.

Full postal vote needed for state’s safety, MP says

Lockyer representative calls on Electoral Commission to make changes.

Published a story 5th Aug 2020 3:51 PM

ART EXHIBITION: Laidley man had jobs in restaurants, pubs and car dealerships before discovering passion for art.

Why Laidley artist never tires of creating masterpieces

ART EXHIBITION: Laidley man had jobs in restaurants, pubs and car dealerships before discovering passion for art.

Published a story 5th Aug 2020 3:03 PM

His love for cricket will always remain, but love for his wife is stronger.

Cricket founder pulls up stumps for important family role

His love for cricket will always remain, but love for his wife is stronger.

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Ali Kuchel is the editor at the Gatton Star, having worked through the ranks as a journalist. Ali’s career has taken her from South Australia to Charleville’s Western Times in outback Queensland, to Gatton, back to South Australia for the Stock Journal and finally returning to Gatton. Her interests include agricultural, rural and equine journalism along with photography.