An Ordinary Douglas Shire Council meeting will be held tomorrow Wednesday 27 January 2020, at 10am.
Feet in sand today, honouring the ancient sovereignty of this land… A day for conversations…
DOUGLASNEWS.NETWORK Local legends will be celebrated at tomorrow’s Australia Day Awards across seven categories recognising…
CRISPIN HULL reveals how the use of average speed cameras is a more effective road safety strategy than spending billions on road upgrades. He targets National MP resistance to the strategy, particularly in NSW and at a Federal level.
Crispin considers that a responsibility lies at the Federal level, zeroing in on the shameless politicking of Acting Prime Minister and Nationals Leader Michael McCormack….
Dr Doug Quarry from International SOS shares the very latest insights on the development of COVID immunity and vaccine development
The definitive guide to Whats’ On in the Douglas Shire this weekend.
There is a growing movement among cane farmers and graziers to improve soil health. Soil health is a key component of regenerative agriculture which is the focus of a forum in Cairns next month.
Dr Doug from International SOS shares the very latest insights on the development of COVID immunity and vaccine development.
A trough with an embedded low [1002 hPa] north of Cooktown, will gradually contract southward over the next few days. A high [1014 hPa] near New Zealand maintains a weak ridge along the east coast south of the trough. A new high moves into the Tasman Sea early next week, reinforcing the ridge. The outlook for formation of a tropical cyclone over the weekend remains very low, but a strong wind warning is in place for the Cooktown region over the weekend.