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Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from November 16, 2009

Footpath Fury over Kingfisher Barge Terminal Relocation
THE RELOCATION of the Kingfisher Resort barge terminal is one step closer to River Heads after last week's meeting of the council's planning and development committee but not without the issue of footpaths coming into the equation. Councillor Les...
Heart for Art Makes New Gallery Happen
Byline: Jennifer Chapman SHE HAS described it as a labour of love that has taken five years; the Fraser Coast's newest exhibition hot spot Alpha31 Art Gallery. Owner Inge Bayer opened the Maryborough gallery at the weekend to an intimate invitation-only...
Linking Education and Childcare through Centre
Byline: Jennifer Chapman Developing the building program for the New Hervey Bay Community Centre has fostered some interesting links within the community. At the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre, we have adopted the principle that when you look at...
Making Life Mcbetter for Families with Sick Kids
Byline: Carlie Walker MCHAPPY Day helps improve the lives of many people - and no one knows that better than the store manager of Maryborough McDonald's, Joel Seeney. Several years ago Mr Seeney stayed at Ronald McDonald House. His daughter,...
News Briefs
Serious crimes on decrease HIGH-VOLUME crimes including fraud and unlawful use of motor vehicles are on the slide in the North Coast Police Region, according to new statistics from the Queensland Police Service. The Annual Statistical Review...
'Nurses' Add Humour to Bay Triathlon
Byline: Carlie Walker RAISING money for the Hervey Bay Hospital Cancer Care team represented a serious side to yesterday's corporate triathlon - but thanks to the efforts of Chris Barnes and Steve Schofield, along with many other competitors who...
Triathlon to Be Bigger and Better Next Year
Byline: Carlie Walker YESTERDAY'S Hervey Bay Corporate Triathlon did more than offer competitors the chance for some fun in the sun - it also raised $3000 for the Hervey Bay Hospital Cancer Care team. Eighty teams competed on the day - 240 people...