POLICE investigate Cooran car fire, Booubyjan truck crash.
GEOGRAPHICAL confusion seems to be an unexpected side effect of coronavirus, even when you’re not sick.
THEY don’t make them like that anymore and some would say they can see why. But 1932 was a long time ago and that was the year Gympie’s first motorised bus was built.
THE slight chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm provide the best news for fire fighters today as Gympie region faces another day of high fire danger.
NINE people are due to appear in Gympie Magistrates Court today, in the court’s first almost normal day since COVID-19 safeguards were introduced six weeks ago.
THE Muster chairman has finally spoken about amid the spreading community chaos of COVID-19.
QUEENSLAND Ambulance Service responded to two urgent call-outs in the Gympie area yesterday.The calls involved a man reporting snake bite at Curra and a person injured in a Glanmire car crash.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses following the potentially suspicious death of a 44-year-old man at Cooloola Cove.
GYMPIE’S Wide Bay MP Llew O’Brien says he now backs the federal government’s mobile phone coronavirus tracing app and has it on his phone.
THE first word people in government should say to volunteers is thanks, especially in the dangerous world of rural fire fighting.