Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from August 2, 2012

Battlers Kicked Out
Byline: Mitch Crawley AILSA Chappel is almost blind and has lived with her ill husband, Clarence, at the Lazy Acres Caravan Park for almost three decades. Hers is one face among the Aussie battlers at the park who now fear for the future as a...
Bay Team Set to Shoot for Higher Representative Goals
Byline: Griffith Thomas FINAL PLACINGS How our teams fared at 2012 Country Carnival. Hervey Bay 13 years division 2 a 6th (4 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw) 15 years division 2 a 8th (3-8) Open division 2 a 4th (5-4) Maryborough 13...
Call to Save Dingoes, but Change Their Management
Byline: HANNAH BUSCH FOR more than two decades, Nigel Freemantle spent his days interacting with Fraser Island dingoes without a single incident. Over those years, the species lost every major source of food in the move to becoming a national...
Eaves Seals Another Title
putts and pars Maryborough Golf Club ALAN Eaves added another title to his career by winning the Maryborough Golf Club Championship at the weekend. Eaves had a five-shot lead going into the final round and he continued his consistent play,...
Equestrian Event Rides into Town
EQUESTRIAN students from all over Queensland have arrived in Maryborough for the prestigious 2012 Fraser Coast Interschool Equestrian Competition. Now in its sixth year, the two-day event is designed to give school students the chance to compete...
Forced to Close Doors
MEGAN POPE megan.pope@frasercoastchronicle.com.au FIVE Fraser Coast residents will be out of a job come November 1, after the State Government revealed it would no longer fund the Tenants Union Fraser Coast organisation. The TUFC had been...
From the Web
Tourist tells of dingo face-off WHATEVER this guy has done, have a few drinks; fall asleep on a track still does not take away the blame from these wild dogs. We as humans should be able to camp, sleep, bushwalk without fear of being savaged....
Gaunt Vows to Bounce Back to Form GAUNT KEEN TO RETAIN PRO-AM
Byline: Griffith Thomas GOLF: Just as his surname implies, the past two years for professional golfer Chris Gaunt have been a lean period in his career. Once a regular starter on the Asian and OneAsia tours, and on the cusp of breaking into the...
More Fraser Coast Jobs on the Line
Byline: Clementine Norton HUNDREDS more jobs are at risk across the Fraser Coast after the State Government signed a directive cutting job security clauses in enterprise bargaining agreements. The directive from the Public Service Commission...
No Half-Baked Idea on How to Help Save Lives; the Big Knock Delivers on Baked Treats for Family, Friends While Assisting Leukaemia Foundation
WHO could have known a gift of baked treats would be so useful in the fight against leukaemia? Hervey Bay man Chris Olin does his fair share of fundraising for the Leukaemia Foundation each year. After surviving the disease himself, he wanted...
Winter's a Time for Slow Cooking, Hearty Meals
MEGAN POPE megan.pope@frasercoastchronicle.com.au EATING warm and hearty meals in winter has been shown to improve people's health, but not all Fraser Coast households have the time or money to slave over a stove after work. But eating...

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