Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from October 27, 2011

John's Life Inspiration to Many
CELEBRATION OF LIFE: john clinton sheppard BORN: Maryborough, feb. 12, 1938 a DIED: maryborough, oct. 15, 2011 John Sheppard was born in Maryborough in 1938, the eldest child to Hazel and Eric Sheppard. During his teenage years, John enjoyed...
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Marina's Future Remains a Mystery
WHAT is happening with the marina at Hervey Bay and what is its future? They're two questions many have been asking and yesterday 110 business leaders went along to the Hervey Bay Chamber of Commerce breakfast to try to get some answers. The...
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Missing out Is Par for Club
Hervey Bay Golf Club ANOTHER opportunity has come and gone for our club members to win a slice of national glory. Three teams from the club teed off in the regional final of the Holden Scramble, Australia and New Zealand's biggest amateur tournament,...
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News Briefs
Dress for HerveyBay's Batty Ball THE Batty Ball is on this Saturday night at the Apex Park in Hervey Bay. Fraser Coast residents are encouraged to come dressed as their favourite characters to join the afternoon of games and activities. The...
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Spooky Treats for a Scary Halloween
THE spookiest day of the year is fast approaching and the Fraser Coast is donning the costumes this weekend. Pier Restaurant and Apex Park in Hervey Bay as well as Studio 4one1 in Maryborough will all be hosting costume parties this weekend to celebrate...
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Tap into Tourist Trade; Retiring Owners Place Attraction on the Market
A LANDMARK business and property just outside Stanthorpe in the renowned Granite Belt wine region of south-east Queensland is being offered for sale by Ray White Commercial. Encompassing stylish dining and manufacturing facilities, The Bramble Patch...
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Teacher Sarah Gives Her Team Top Marks
SARAH Hawker was a student when Aldridge State High School last contested the finals of the state-wide NAB Cup hockey competition. Ten years later, Hawker had a role to play again a not as a member of the team but as the coach. Now a HPE teacher...
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