Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from October 20, 2011

Blood, Skull and Ripped off Door: Evidence Tendered
Byline: roderick makim A BLOOD-SPATTERED living room, a fractured skull and a door allegedly ripped from its hinges were pieces of evidence presented in the trial of Craig Donald Cameron. The prosecution presented witnesses in Hervey Bay District...
Car Park Win for Precinct
Clementine Norton clementine.norton@frasercoastchronicle.com.au HERVEY BAY'S new medical precinct will lead the country in hospital accessibility, with plans for an estimated $15 million worth of car parking, flyovers and covered walkways...
Fraser Coast Sold to Canberra Pollies
THE push to stamp the Fraser Coast as one of the main fly-in fly-out destinations for miners in Queensland is gaining momentum. Canberra politicians were lobbied over the past week by a team including local Regional Development Australia manager,...
Harmonium Tuning Up
DAMIEN Oliver knows what it takes to win the Cox Plate and believes his mount on Saturday, imported galloper Glass Harmonium, is the right kind of horse to give him his third success in Australasia's weight-for-age championship. The champion jockey...
Murder: Retrial over Guilty Plea
THE man who this year pleaded guilty to murdering his girlfriend, Clarissa Callow, 17, in a shed at Stanthorpe has had a change of heart and has been granted a retrial after appealing his conviction. Despite having been convicted of murder on his...
Reader's Call to Chronicle Led to Huge Flood Aid Surge
EARLY last January I read a story in the Chronicle and heard on the news that the residents of Mundubbera and Gayndah were being left to fend for themselves after floodwaters had affected some properties. A Chronicle reporter came out to see me...
Rocky Being A[euro][approximately]rested'; Coach Defends Elsom Omission after Former Captain Dropped for Playoff
Byline: Darren Walton AAP WALLABIES coach Robbie Deans insists he's merely resting workhorse flanker Rocky Elsom after omitting Australia's deposed captain from tomorrow night's Rugby World Cup third-place playoff. Deans included six fresh faces...

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