Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 3, 2011

At Last, Relief after a Life of Disability Care; Blueprint Well Received
Byline: HANNAH BUSCH EVEN when times were darkest, Maryborough local Heather Arthur found the strength to care for her disabled daughter and tried to keep her at home. For more than 30 years, Ms Arthur fought as a mother, as a human being and...
Drivers Stick Their Neck out over Fence
A SOLID six-foot fence could cause more than just a stir in Neptune Street Co drivers fear it could cause a crash. The newly-erected fence runs along the boundary of a property on the corner of Alice and Neptune streets, blocking the view of drivers...
Editorial Changes for Paper; Promotions and New Recruits
THE Fraser Coast Chronicle has restructured its entire newsroom with new appointments and new team members. The Maryborough newsroom has been bolstered with the recruitment of leading journalist Clementine Norton as the news editor. Averyll Loft,...
Famous Roadhouse Goes on the Market
THE Black Mountain Roadhouse and Motel, a perennial rest stop for travellers between Brisbane and Sydney, is being offered for sale by Ray White Commercial. The 2.02ha property at 3174 New England Highway, Black Mountain in northern New South Wales,...
Look beyond Costs of Organic Products
Byline: Mariel Dawson TO BUY or not buy organic products or produce. This is a question that has many consumers confused. Active Living at Maroochydore naturopath Vanessa Nunn said athe sticking pointa for most people deciding whether to buy...
Mystery Lights Up Coast Skies; Maryborough Neighbours Watch Orange Balls Dance across Sky
BELIEVE IT OR NOT There is an average 70,000 UFO sightings reported worldwide each year, an average of 192 a day The first photograph of a UFO was taken in 1883 by an astronomer in Mexico No UFO has ever been tracked on radar entering the...
RUDOLPH POWERS TO GUAM VICTORY; Mal Wins Tour by Five Minutes
Richard Harvey richard.harvey@frasercoastchronicle.com.au THE Japanese conquered the Pacific island of Guam in 1941. Maryborough cyclist Malcolm Rudolph did it this week. The 22-year-old won the second annual Tour de Guahan and he won...
Shark Sightings on Rise after Wet
SHARK STATS 49 sharks were caught off Rainbow Beach in 2009-2010 26 were more than two metres in length 39 sharks were caught off Rainbow Beach in 2008-2009 AN INCREASE in shark sightings along the Cooloola Coast may be the result of an...
She Wanted to Do Him in; Wife's Knife in Bed, but Hubby Suspicious
Byline: Averyll Loft A MARYBOROUGH woman took a kitchen knife to bed with the intention of stabbing her husband to death while he slept, the Maryborough District Court heard yesterday. Maree Ann Jackson, 42, was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment...