Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 1, 2013

$65 Million Switch a Costly Little Game
TRAVELLING south in Italy, along the Highway of the Sun, you eventually pass into the shadow of Monte Cassino, where a tooth-and-nail World War II battle was fought. One of those crazy military encounters where they talk about the explosive power...
Bulls Know How to Scrap
A BETTER man than myself may suggest aHueya is not a big fan of the game of cricket. The Aussie weather god has wreaked havoc on games all over the country this summer, but none more important than the Ryobi Cup one-day final at the MCG on Wednesday...
Burrum Heads Needs All Our Support
THIS yearas Burrum Heads Easter Fishing Classic is one of the most important in the 22-year history of the event a not just for its organisers but for the whole of the host town. Since January, when a tornado struck in the early hours of the morning,...
Can-Am to Make Show
THE upcoming National 4x4 and Outdoors Show, held in Brisbane next month, will feature the exciting Australian premiere of the newest sport side-by-side vehicle, the Can-Am Maverick 1000R. The tough-as-nails machine offers industry-leading performance,...
From the Web
Wide Bay Water takeover scuttled by $65 million stuff-up No matter if you agreed or disagreed with the Wide Bay Water deal, this is a bit of a joke. I have no doubt that the State Government could have made an exemption, itas just another way...
Luke Hopeful Some Goodluck Follows Him around on the Beach
Byline: Mitch crawley SURF LIFE SAVING: Youad feel more than fortunate with a surname like Goodluck. Itad be as if fate was flashing its big smile at you whenever it got a mention. For Luke Goodluck itas not so much about whatas in his name but...
Still Some Fish to Be Found
WITH a wet end to February, letas hope March gives us some better weather. Most of our creeks will be running fresh so the lower reaches around the run-in tide will be the best bet. I have had very limited reports come in this week, but a few...
Teebar Rodeo in Doubt; Flood Ruins Grounds & Buildings
Byline: HANNAH BUSCH THE annual Teebar Rodeo has been thrown into doubt a just a year shy of its centenary a after the grounds where it is held were ravaged by last monthas flood. Mud and debris were cleared out several weeks ago by low-security...
Thata[euro][TM]s Funny, His Dog Has No Nose; Ita[euro][TM]s a Hilarious, Bitter-Sweet Romp
ITaS almost here. Z-Pacas next production on March 8 and 9, My Dogas Got No Nose, is a hilarious, bitter-sweet comedy played by well-known comic actor Jack McKeown. The play has a formidable reputation in the UK, where the McKeown role was premiered...
The Hervey Bay Junior Surf Life Saving Squad
Todd Baldwin: U13 Male Surf Board, U13 Male Surf Race Emily Bean: U14 Female Beach Flags, U14 Female Surf Board, U14 Female Surf Race Ellie Bennet: U14 Female Beach Flags, U14 Female Beach Sprint, U14 Female Surf Board, U14 Female Surf Race,...
TOP THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND; Email Your A[euro][approximately]things to doa[euro][TM] to Kerrie.Alexander@frasercoastchronicle.Com.Au
SIMPLY FRIENDS Where: Phone Margaret on 4125 3165. What: If you are single, over 50 and would like to join a friendly group, this group would love to hear from you. All welcome. Cost: $15 yearly fee ART ON DISPLAY When: Every day during...
Tour Our Local Fishing Spots; Learn Where the Fishing Zones Are from the Comfort of the Spirit of Hervey Bay
THE Hervey Bay Boat Club Power Boat Squadron invites you to join its members on the annual familiarisation cruise of Hervey Bay and Sandy Strait on Sunday, March 24, from 10am to 2pm aboard the Spirit of Hervey Bay. The boat will leave the Whale Bay...
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