Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from May 7, 2010

Absolutely Definitely No Buts. Must Be Sold!
Offered for sale by public auction are four waterfront allotments in sought after Mariner's Cove. The Mariners Cove project is a master planned community accommodating a range of residential options centred around a tidal lake system and private...
Bay to Bay Was Spectacular Sight
FAVOURABLE sailing conditions of 10 to 15 knots plus some gusts reaching 25 knots provided the spectacular backdrop for the 172 yachts that took part in the 30th annual Bay to Bay yacht race over the Labour day long weekend. Yachties were drawn...
Burrum River News
Autumn is fast coming to a close with the weather becoming a little cooler. Some of the winter species of fish, such as tailor are already beginning to show up in the river. After the numerous runs of fresh through the summer months providing much...
Director Draws Film about Bubs on Life in and Boobs; Real Things Happen to Real People
Carlie Walker carlie.walker@frasercoastchronicle.com.au DESPERATE to have a baby, Christine visits a fertility specialist who tells her she's too old and her eggs are asmoked outa. Jennifer Ussi, director of new Brisbane-made film Girl...
Folau Needs to Focus; Time to Look at Game, Not Future
PROCRASTINATING centre Israel Folau must ensure his mind is locked on his opponent and not his future when he faces ex-Storm teammate Greg Inglis at AAMI Park on Sunday. Folau has already lost his place in the Australian side and a sub-standard...
JAY POWERS WAY INTO CONTENTION TO TAKE ON THE WORLD; Maryborough Cyclist Wins National Road Title
MARYBOROUGH'S Jay McCarthy was crowned the best cyclist in Qld last month. Now the 17-year-old former Aldridge State High School student is the best in the nation. A member of the Fraser Coast Cycling Club, McCarthy has powered his way to winning...
Murder Admission a A[euro][approximately]fantasy', Court Told
Byline: Letea Cavander THE MAN who said he was there when Bundaberg taxi driver Brian Hodgkinson was murdered has labelled his admission a afantasya, a court heard yesterday. Anthony Bruce Beer, 46, of Hervey Bay, appeared in Bundaberg Magistrates...
Noel May Grow Gills; Workplace Accident Leads to Such a Love of Swimming That
Jocelyn Watts jocelyn.watts@frasercoastchronicle.com.au DROP in to the Maryborough Aquatic Centre at 10am any day except Sunday and you'll see his head bobbing up and down in Lane 1 of the 50-metre pool. Noel Sketcher, 81, is a familiar...
Recent QLD First Homeowners Survey: Regrets, Repayments, Rate Rises and More
Despite interest rate increases, rising living costs and underemployment remaining concerns, 82% of Queenslanders who purchased their first home in the last two years do not regret buying, according to the results of the national 2010 Mortgage Choice...
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