Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 6, 2013

Aussie Batsmen Crumble in Embarrassing Loss to India
Byline: RICHARD HARVEY APN SPORT BUREAU CRICKET: Australia made Test history in Hyderabad yesterday after Michael Clarkeas men were humiliated and annihilated as India won the second Test by an innings and 135 runs to take a 2-0 lead in the four-match...
Bay Mother Rolls into National Selection Frame
Byline: griffith thomas LAWN BOWLS: On first assessment, young Hervey Bay mum Kiani Andersen might not strike you as a fierce competitor, but, says her bowls coach Keith Meyers, her passion and desire to win are her greatest strengths. The 20-year-old...
,CyE-cig,CO Beats the Habit; Electronic Cigarette givesTrish a New Chance at Life
Byline: Jessica grewal TRISH Cummings canCOt remember the number of times she woke up hoping C[pounds sterling]today is going to be the day I give away these filthy smokesC[yen]. For 33 years the Hervey Bay mum smoked on average C[pounds sterling]45...
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Tempers fray at Toogoom community meeting with council IF you buy land without kerb and channelling it is usually cheaper than land with all services. You cannot then expect council to provide the kerb and channel, why should other ratepayers...
News Briefs
Three women fined over drug charges THREE Maryborough women have been slapped with fines after pleading guilty to drug-related charges in the Maryborough Magistrates Court yesterday. Mother-of-three Cassie Anne Riley, found in possession of more...
Rail Deal May Bring Jobs
Byline: Averyll Loft MARYBOROUGHCOs manufacturing industry could be in for a boost, with news yesterday that Bombardier is one of two companies in the final bidding stage for the biggest train contract in Queensland history. Bombardier is competing...
Residents Kick Up a Stink as Sewage Pools in Yard
RESIDENTS on ToogoomCOs Esplanade claim sewage overflow and floodwater left behind in recent rain events has endangered their health and made them prisoners in their own homes. One homeowner, Maggie Macleod, said the sewerage network failed to cope...