GYMPIE Regional Council downplays what amounts to a secret water emergency as big water trucks delivered tonnes of water to Imbil, Kandanga and Amamoor.
GYMPIE road and river conditions are rapidly returning to normal as rivers and creeks swiftly carry away the flood waters.But more rain is forecast in the coming week.
BELIEVE it or not, some Gympie region property owners are still praying for rain.
ROADS are reopening across Gympie region as river levels drop and flood peaks pass downstream, but there is more rain on the way.
FARMERS are rejoicing, Borumba Dam is full and so far Gympie region has been spared a major flood, but what comes next?
GYMPIE school bus operator, Polleys Coaches, reports that the 170 students it normally transports between their schools and the Cooloola Coast made it home this afternoon.
JAMES Nash High School students from Rainbow Beach have been sent home as authorities prepare to close Coondoo Creek Bridge.
A CIVIL but impassioned difference over democracy and professionalism marked a State of the Region business breakfast at Gympie Civic Centre yesterday.
GYMPIE region should be preparing to take advantage of Sunshine Coast growth and the South East Queensland Olympics, which could see funding made available for transport and other facilities.