How to best receive Gatton news in wake of Facebook ban
In the wake of Facebook’s ban on publishing Australian news, it’s never been more important than ever to turn to a trusted news source.
And there are a heap of ways to access the latest stories from the largest news gathering team in Gatton.
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If we still haven’t twisted your arm, here’s a few stories you can expect to see today on the Gatton Star website:
– Forest Hill Preps: What do Forest Hill’s youngest student’s want to be when they grow up? We ask the important question and capture the gorgeous photos
– Apprentices of the Lockyer: Have you hired a tradie, had your haircut or even played golf in the past week? It’s highly likely there was an apprentice on the team that assisted you. The Gatton Star chats with rising apprentices in the Lockyer to find out why they wanted to do their apprenticeships, and what makes them so great.
– Development street names: Lockyer councillor have called proposed Hatton Vale street name changes as “airy fairy”. The councillors said developers should give streets ”meaningful” names when they are created.