Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from August 29, 2012

Coast Rates Balance Throws Long Shadow
THERE is nothing new under the sun. In August 2007, The Chronicle ran a story about Hervey Bay property owner Graeme Green. Mr Green got a financial jolt when he opened up a letter from council to find he owed $3465.98 in rates and fees. In...
Council Pulls a Swiftie; Constituents Need to Take a Closer Look at New Rates Rise
RODERICK MAKIM roderick.makim@frasercoastchronicle.com.au THE council has come under fire for a sneaky rates increase on investment properties in the region. The new rates category of non-owner-occupier will see owners of properties in...
Cousin Connection Is a Boost for Maryborough
THE Maryborough Wallaroos reserve grade side has a secret weapon a a cousin connection. Dalton Harry, Bayden Bollinger and Tyson Wroe have enjoyed a great season playing in the blue and white. And now, with their team just one win away from the...
Extra M'boro Market?
Byline: Roderick Makim IN HIS portfolio of city and town centre development, councillor Daniel Sanderson will oversee some of the most prominent work of the council. With things such as the Maryborough CBD revitalisation, Scarness Park upgrades...
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Walk to teach stranger danger WHAT fabulous role models the Morcombes are a don't know if I could have been as brave as them. And, their contribution to society is nothing short of outstanding. Hope the show of support for the Walk for Daniel...
FUGITIVE GUNMAN MYSTERY Bay Armed Robber on the Loose; Is Armed Hold-Up Bandit Still among Us
Byline: Kristy Martin A GUNMAN who threatened workers in two Hervey Bay hold-ups could still be on the Fraser Coast. Police believe a Pialba video store robbery and an attempted armed hold-up in Urangan that occurred within days of each other...
Still His Work Choice
NATHAN WOULFE Recruitment editor FORMER prime minister John Howard's suggestions that the Coalition restore key elements of its controversial Work Choices legislation have been met with criticism from both sides of parliament. Mr Howard, in...
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