When Shane Ford bought his Cruise Craft Explorer in Brisbane in 2012 he didn't know he was towing it back to it's old stamping grounds.
I don't think there is such a thing as an official Gladstone anthem, but I could be wrong; I often am.
Musician Ian Watts is in the process of restoring an ancient eight-stringed Norwegian violin.
Gladstone Conservation Council's vision for future energy production using renewables has been given a boost.
Bus company Stonestreets has refuted rumours that it is closing down its operations in Gladstone.
Up to a thousand people a day are expected to walk through the gates at this weekend's Agnes Blues, Roots and Rock Festival
Greg Hill is upset the Royal Banking Commission has targetted brokers in it's final report.
'If you want to grow a business profitably you have to employ local people.'
For four months a small tidal power generator has been quietly producing enough electricity to run a small home.
A single vehicle accident has closed Red Rover Road in both directions.
Gregory Bray is a cadet reporter at the Gladstone Observer. After a long career in various roles in heavy industry, last year, he followed his passion and decided to become a full time writer. Since 2009 he has been writing a weekly humorous column for The Observer and the Saturday Lifestyle magazine. Greg enjoys putting together stories for the Pulse Entertainment, Community Notices and Better Business pages.