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Ceola Drive resident Daniel Haines is now struggling to access his driveway as a result of new concrete islands.

Angry Mareeba residents blast council for concrete mix-up

AN attempt to improve the walkability of Mareeba has been met with backlash from residents, after Mareeba Shire Council installed several concrete barriers along Ceola Drive and

25 June, 2024

General News

Public fury over bridge revelations

REVELATIONS that the Barron River bridge could remain a single lane for 5-6 more years until a new structure can be...

16 June, 2024

The Tablelands News

Appeal for crash information

POLICE are appealing for public assistance following a traffic crash at...

The Far North News

Positive moves for Tablelands economy

THE Tablelands economy is continuing to grow strongly, with the latest...

The Far North News

Vehicle regos to be cut by 20%

QUEENSLAND registration fees will be cut by 20% for all light vehicle...

Community & Business

New era ahead for historic mine

WOLFRAM Camp mine outside of Dimbulah could be given a new lease on life, after EQ Resources was granted an...

26 June, 2024

Atherton News

Students excel at athletics carnival

THE Barrine Barramundi’s raced to victory last week at Atherton State...

Mareeba News

Sports day wraps up end of term

MAREEBA State High School’s underdog sports team,  Gregory has been...

The Far North News

Speak out on telecommunications issues

RURAL, regional, and remote Australians have another way to give...

Sport

Milestone memory set to be celebrated

MILESTONES in the history of the Atherton Rooster’s Rugby League Club will be celebrated in early August, with past...

25 June, 2024

Atherton News

‘Best game’ for Roosters women

DESPITE being short on players, the Atherton Roosters' women secured...

The Tablelands News

Gritty win for Gators

THE Gladiators celebrated their second consecutive win in the A Grade...

The Tablelands News

FairPlay vouchers expanded

LOCAL children will have greater access to sports as the State...

On The Land

Cattle monitoring goes to a new level with AI

ARTIFICIAL intelligence is being trained to monitor cattle, with the system set to be able to alert a producer when...

20 June, 2024

The Tablelands News

Pumpkins reign supreme on Tablelands

THE Tablelands’ rich volcanic soil and favourable climate provide ideal...

The Tablelands News

Skybury shines on national stage

FAR North Queensland papaya and coffee was thrust into the spotlight at...

The Tablelands News

Project to protect endangered frog

A LITTLE-known critically endangered frog has jumped into the spotlight...

Entertainment

Kuranda Roots festival back for 22nd year

THE Kuranda Roots Festival is returning for its 22nd year from 12-14 July, with big names in the roots, soul, bass...

21 June, 2024

The Tablelands News

Renowned author visits the Tablelands

ACCOMPLISHED romance author Annie Seaton has recently visited the region...

Kuranda News

Music raises funds for aid in Gaza

THE Kuranda Amphitheatre will come alive with live music this Saturday...

The Tablelands News

Museum hosts free war tours

WORLD War II history will be focus of free tours at the Tolga Museum...

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