Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 21, 2011

Apaches Scalp Sparx to Be Crowned Champions; Zac Is Big Hit with the Women in Final
Richard Harvey richard.harvey@frasercoastchronicle.com.au A BOY proved to be the smash hit in the Maryborough Softball Association senior women's grand final on Saturday. Sixteen-year-old Zac Thatcher smashed the only home run of the game...
Bushrangers' Grand Shot at Redemption
Richard Harvey richard.harvey@frasercoastchronicle.com.au BUSHRANGERS have got what they wanted Co a shot at revenge. Bushrangers will take on defending and minor premiers Past Grammars in the Fraser Coast Cricket A-Grade grand final after...
Every Monday the Chronicle Publishes the Names of Drink-Drivers Who Have Appeared in Court on the Fraser Coast during the Past Week
AN AMBULANCE followed a man riding a motorised scooter and called police after he ignored requests to stop and began driving in circles. Hervey Bay Magistrates Court heard that James Phillip Arnold, 68, was finally stopped on Taylor Street, Pialba,...
Force Is with O'Connor in Win
WALLABIES star James O'Connor rebounded from a rare disciplinary blemish to help the Western Force beat the Lions 27-15 in Johannesburg and end Australia's depressing run of outs against overseas Super Rugby opposition. The Perth-based team scored...
News Briefs
Early preparations cost boatie ITEMS worth up to $1800 were stolen from a boat in Cypress Street, Torquay, in the early hours of yesterday morning. The owner of the boat had been intending to go fishing yesterday and had left a GPS navigator...
Prince's Visit Boosts Spirits; One Little Resident Finds It Hard to Believe She Is Meeting a A[euro][approximately]real' Royal But
PRINCE William's whistlestop visit to Ipswich has brought a morale boost to flood-devastated residents and in return he received a warm Australian welcome. Well, from almost all of the 2000 invited flood victims and volunteers who assisted during...
Wave of Visitors to Hit Heritage City with Eisteddfod
SET the two weeks from April 11 to 24 aside because the best of the best amateur talent is coming to Maryborough. Heritage Queensland Eisteddfod, Fraser Coast 2011 takes to the stage at the Brolga Theatre offering a feast of choral singing, solo...
Whincup Reigns in Rain for Win
Byline: GUY HAND of AAP MOTORSPORT: Jamie Whincup's two previous V8 Supercar championship wins have used the Clipsal 500 as a springboard. So consider the Holden driver airborne as he chases a third title in four years off his victory in yesterday's...