Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 18, 2013

Controversy Overshadows Cavaliersa[euro][TM] Thrilling Victory
Byline: GRIFFITH THOMAS CRICKET: They say cricket can be a funny game sometimes, but Bushrangers captain Marty Maloney certainly wasnat laughing on Saturday. The Cavaliers Gold will meet Past Grammars in the Fraser Coast A-grade Cricket competition...
Fishing Classic Still On
Byline: Calie walker AFTER a tornado ripped through Burrum Heads when ex-tropical cyclone Oswald hit the Fraser Coast region on Australia Day, the community was left in disarray. With dozens of homes damaged and the trail of destruction visible...
Flames Dimmed by Brothers
BROTHERS waited a long time for another shot at the Fraser Flames. When they got it, they were ready. Brothers claimed a sweet slice of grand final revenge with a 6-0 thumping of defending Hervey Bay menas A-grade champions Flames in the opening...
From the Web
Organic egg cartons promote Fraser Coast and competition Wonder if all businesses can get funding from the FCRC for advertising and support? I think that the council has got their priorities all wrong. Get and do what a council should be doing,...
Horne on Fire with Equaliser on Debut
Byline: GRIFFITH THOMAS CLINTON Horne raised his arm and saluted his supporters after scoring his first goal on debut with his new club on Saturday. Showing a veteranas composure, the former rugby league star-turned football convert scored a...
Local Youths Burn New Activity
OVER the weekend, some locals with a bit of get up and go tried to bring a new activity to Maryborough. Fraser Coast Fire and Fun are a group of fire-twirlers who operate out of Hervey Bay, and after two years of performing in the Bay they went...
Second-Half Surge Helps Sunbury Thrash Tigers
A HAT-TRICK to Sunburyas Anthony Mollie destroyed any hopes of the Tinana West Tigers pulling off a win in their Fraser Coast League debut. After a scoreless opening 45 minutes, the Blues tore the Tigersa defence to shreds in the second half, slamming...
Sufferer Pleads for Improved Services on Mental Health
Byline: HANNAH BUSCH AFTER a 22-year battle with mental illness, Maryboroughas Amanda Whinnett has spoken out against what she believes is a lack of resources for sufferers on the Fraser Coast. It comes after she suffered a nervous breakdown,...