FOR most year 11 students, the end of school means hanging out with family and friends, but for home schoolers, this happens every day.
SCOTT Devine was happy with all his girlfriend’s Boxing Day sale purchases, with the exception of one.
BUSINESS is booming at BP Boyne Island as Gladstone residents boycott high fuel prices at city stations.
DECEMBER is the quietest month of the year at the Gladstone funeral home, with people close to death pushing through the holidays.
PRIVATE midwifery is standard practice in other countries, but still emerging in Australia. Gladstone's first private midwife has just received accreditation.
NEW Year’s Eve will go off without a bang again in Gladstone this year, with no public fireworks planned.
MONDAY MALE: Shannon Nott plays pool at the PCYC like a pro. With music videos playing in the background, he is smiling and easily beats his opponent.
PROCESS technician Kelly Shields has fostered more than 40 dogs and counting. She hopes families will see how amazing the dogs are and give them a new home.
IF car buff Roxy Seegal wasn’t getting married in eight weeks she would have made her Torana hot pink for Gladstone Old School Car Show's meet on Saturday.
SOME of Gladstone’s best local artistic talent was on display at Creative Gladstone’s Christmas Open Day, with visitors streaming through the door on Saturday.