Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 30, 2011

Anti-Violence Efforts Taken to Next Level
Byline: Mat Nott IN A forceful show of unity, sporting clubs, the Aboriginal community and the police gathered yesterday to back a community drive to rid Hervey Bay streets of youth violence. The coming together of these community elements adds...
Bashed by the Gang; ,CyIt Was the Scariest Night of Our Lives and, If Something Isn't Done, They Are Not Going to Stop'
C[pounds sterling]I'M IN the mood to murder someone tonight.C[yen] They were the chilling words Maryborough man Ross Medew says were hurled his way right before he was knocked in the head by a young thug on his way home from a Hervey Bay pub. ...
Neither Side Giving In
Union JOB security is at the forefront of the decision not to accept the council's current certified agreement, says Queensland Services Union president Tim Frost. Yesterday he said residents who wanted to know C[pounds sterling]why the grass...
The Truth Is out There ... but Is It Alien Visitation or Just a Few Pranksters?
INTEREST in Maryborough's unexplained lights has grown to extraterrestrial proportions, but one man claims he has found a website that will unravel the mystery. Sceptics and believers alike have been captivated by the lights since they started appearing...
Twin Attack Aims to Impress; Brothers on Roll Heading to the State Titles
Richard Harvey richard.harvey@frasercoastchronicle.com.au RIVAL players could be excused for thinking that they are seeing double on the Sunshine Coast next month. Talented young bowlers Joshua and Joel Anderson will see to that. The...
United They Fall in Cups; Central Representative Teams Come Home Empty-Handed after Losses
Richard Harvey richard.harvey@frasercoastchronicle.com.au THE Sunshine Coast wasn't a happy hunting ground for some young Fraser Coast rugby league players on representative duty. Adriaan Meiring, Chris Ahon, Tom Ryan and Dalton Harry couldn't...
Unshackled Punter on Tendulkar's Tail
CRICKET: Unencumbered by the demands of captaincy, Ricky Ponting is set to challenge Sachin Tendulkar for some of cricket's most revered records. Ponting has long worn the tag as Australia's C[pounds sterling]best batsman since BradmanC[yen], but...
Witness Tells of Her Son's Claim; He Said ... ,CyMum, I'm in Deep Trouble ...'
THE mother of Derek Neal Marshall broke down in tears in the Maryborough Supreme Court yesterday as she relived the events leading up to her son allegedly attempting to murder a 19-year-old man. Marshall, 34, was charged on August 2, 2009, after...