Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from November 5, 2009

Buy a Piece of Paradise; Receivers Sell Approved Development
A MASTER plan development site in the Whitsundays, with preliminary approval for 574 dwellings plus related commercial uses, has been placed on the market by receivers through Colliers International and PRDnationwide. The north-facing site has an...
Enough Talk, Mr Rudd; O'Connell Calls for Action, Not Road Show
Byline: Toni McRae "WE'VE heard you, Prime Minister. We agree. We've actually heard it all before. "Now do something ... and we'll help you." Fraser Coast councillor Gerard O'Connell, chair of the Fraser Coast Health Focus Group, yesterday...
Flying to Sydney Is Not All Plane Sailing
Byline: Jennifer Chapman FOR ANDREW Crewe the math is simple: the loss of the Jetstar service to Hervey Bay Airport means one thing, there are less people coming to the Fraser Coast. The owner of The Esplanade hotel Delfinos Bay Resort has noticed...
Hoon Hot Spot under Review; {lsquo}Residents Are Concerned about Safety'
Byline: Stephen O'Grady THEY have watched one errant driver slice frighteningly through a perimeter fence and knock bricks from the side of a house in Harrison Circuit. They have seen another hoon driver's car careen towards a house on Lakeside...
KEN IS TAYLOR MADE FOR AUST; Veteran Picked for South Africa Tour
IF YOU jump into Ken Taylor's taxi in Hervey Bay make sure you congratulate him - he deserves it. Taylor has been named in an Australian hockey team to tour South Africa next year after helping Queensland win a national title in Victoria. The...
Protesters Sweat on Science; Garrett Will Decide on Dam's Merits: Rudd
Byline: Carlie Walker POLITICS will not play a part in making the final decision on the controversial Traveston dam, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says. Instead the decision will be made on environmental grounds. The $1.8 billion project was approved...
Sick System in Urgent Need of Help
Byline: TONI McRAE "STOP the bleeding. This can't go on." Maryborough GP Paul Cotton slammed the credibility of the federal government's National Health and Hospital Reform Commission's report, which was immaculately spruiked on the Fraser Coast...

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