Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 5, 2013

Energetic Premier Leads a Merry Chase
Byline: Carlie Walker CHASING after Premier Campbell Newman in the pouring rain on a Sunday afternoon turned out to be a much more entertaining experience than I had first anticipated. Donat get me wrong. I do have an interest in politics that...
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Not many of our mistakes come with a $65 million price tag WELL said, in past posts I have used the term unprofessional and over the recent months that is what many of this councilas action have been. You cross your Tas and dot your Ias before...
GPs Feel Pressure as We Live Longer
RISING workloads and a changing demographic of trainee doctors supports keeping bulk-billing practises for general practitioners, the head of the Rural Doctors Association of Australia said yesterday. But RDAA president Dr Sheilagh Cronin said changes...
Mckewin Eyes US Scholarship US Camp Inspires Mckewin to Soar
Byline: GRIFFITH THOMAS BASKETBALL: Sitting in the 15th row of the famed Staples Center and watching Kobe Bryant knock down 27 points for the Los Angeles Lakers is as close as most Australian hoop fans could get to experiencing an NBA game. But...
News Briefs
Inmate tried to conceal a syringe A MARYBOROUGH Correctional Centre inmate who attempted to conceal a syringe between his buttocks has been sentenced to three months imprisonment. Jaron Richard Schoon, 31, pleaded guilty to one charge of dealing...
News Briefs
Sodden local parks keep mowers off PARK maintenance on the Fraser Coast has been put on hold because of the wet weather. Mayor Gerard OaCOConnell said the ground was still far too wet at present to bring mowers and heavy machinery in to start...
Oa[euro][TM]Keefe Desperate to Impress
CRICKET: Left-arm spinner Stephen OaKeefe fielded as a substitute for Australia in the first Test of the MCC Spirit of Cricket Series against Pakistan at Lordas in 2010 and now heas determined to go back to the home of cricket and play against England...
Shop around to Get Best Return; Smaller Banks, Societies Worth a Look
IF YOU have cash available and are looking for somewhere to invest, you do not need to stay with the big banks as small banks, building societies and credit unions are just as regulated. Private property investor John Pennisi said it is easy to...
The World beyond Western Sydney
JULIA Gillard has copped a fair bit of flak over the decision to spend $50 million flood-proofing western Sydney, an area that is far less likely to go underwater than the sodden Wide Bay and other areas of regional Queensland. A week-long trip...
Youngsters Grab Age Group Champ Titles
Byline: GRIFFITH THOMAS SWIMMING: Itas the second day of the Wide Bay Long-Course Swimming Championships and rain is pelting down on Kawana Aquatic Centre. At the end of the pool are some Fraser Coast swimmers, arms wrapped around them, shivering...
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