Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from November 30, 2009

Creative Giggs Far from Finished
SIR Alex Ferguson believes he can get at least another two years of five-star service from Ryan Giggs after the evergreen Welshman scored his 100th Premier League goal in Manchester United's 4-1 win over Portsmouth yesterday. Wayne Rooney's first...
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Keep Fingers Crossed for Funding Announcement
Byline: Jennifer Chapman The complexity of running a range of services from a community hub is challenging. On a microcosm, we are doing this currently with the 15 funded services delivered by the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre. For each...
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Mariners Set to Tackle Season's Grand Finale
THE FRASER Coast Mariners have been the team to beat in the Bundaberg spring rugby union competition - and now there is only one team standing in the way of grand final glory after the Mariners beat Wests Barbarians 29-5 in their semi final on Friday...
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Nathan Stumps Birthday Boy
Byline: Richard Harvey EDGAR Wyvill celebrated his 37th birthday yesterday. Not the way he hoped for though - his old mate Nathan Hauritz ensured that. Wyvill had planned to spend the day at the Gabba watching Australia play the West Indies...
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News Briefs
Volleyballers score grant ALDRIDGE High's volleyball team has been awarded a $3000 grant to help it compete in the Nationals Schools Cup. Federal Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss announced the latest round of successful applicants from the government's...
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News Briefs
Boy, 16, charged with murder A BOY, 16, has been charged with murder and committing acts intended to main after a 15-year-old was stabbed to death in Gympie last week. About 9.15am on Friday police were called to Goldfields Plaza Shopping Centre...
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Restorer Winds Back the Clock on Old Classic
Byline: Loretta Bryce SINK INTO the red leather seat of Greg Watson's 1956 Plymouth Cranbrook utility and you might think it's come straight off the showroom floor. The smell of new leather, shiny chrome fittings and immaculate paintwork are...
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Ride on Track to Help Keep New Sport Mowing along; Eighteen Drivers Ensure That New Maryborough Club Is
Byline: Richard Harvey PLENTY of men and a couple of women spent yesterday sitting on their ride-on mowers in Tinana yesterday. They didn't cut a single blade of grass though - this lot had something very different in mind. Racing around a...
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Telstra Continues to Let Us All Down
Byline: PETER CHAPMAN Editor When you move into a relatively new area the last thing you would expect to have trouble with is a lack of technical infrastructure. But that's exactly what I have discovered after buying a home in Wondunna in Hervey...
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Trouble Recruiting Doctors Makes Clinic Unsustainable
Byline: Kristy Martin AFTER more than a year of trying to hire new doctors, Hervey Bay Skin Alert will shut its doors for good next month. The Pialba clinic, which has been operating on limited staff, will close on December 23 - alarmingly, right...
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