Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 13, 2013

Cricketers Go Dutch; Past Grammars Pair Set to Face New Challenges
Griffith Thomas griffith.thomas@frasercoastchronicle.com.au CRICKET: Past Grammars skipper Sam Chew was stumped when asked if he could point to where Bloemendaal was on a map. Fortunately, Chewas new team wanted him for his ability with...
Easter Bunny Debate Chocolate or Carrot?
WEIGHT loss expert and low-fat cookbook author Annette Sym has challenged the Easter bunny this year to swap chocolates for carrots. Annette recognises her health message will earn her the title of aEaster Grincha but sheas prepared to wear the...
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Woman questions why Fort St insurance is three times higher Firstly I believe the RACQ now has flood covered in all the policies. Secondly it appears the level of risk is greater where she now lives. I suspect she will find other companies...
Neville Marks 20 Years as MP
Byline: Mike derry MEMBER for Hinkler Paul Neville says one of the most satisfying things about reaching his 20th anniversary in the job today is that he has confounded the political wisdom at the time he was elected. aA lot of the pundits said...
News Briefs
Blue Light Disco on Friday night HUNDREDS of kids are expected to flock to the Maryborough City Hall on Friday night for the Blue Light Disco. To be held from 7pm to 10pm, the event is open to kids from Year 3 to Year 10 and will feature the...
Organic Food Is Better for You; Eating Organic Produce Means You Will Ingest Less Mercury, Antibiotics and Herbicides
HAVE you ever wondered if your food could taste better, smell better and make you feel more energised? Could it give you fewer allergies and be good for the earth to grow it rather than hurt the soil itas grown in? Could it be seasonal, fresh...
Penis Cutter Testifies
Byline: Averyll Loft THE woman who cut off Noel Allan Clarkas penis has told the Maryborough Supreme Court she had no idea that the Maryborough man was going to be killed in her home. Dianna Gay Wright, sentenced to nine years imprisonment last...
Rio Boss Takes Gong
NATHAN WOULFE Recruitment editor THE first female open-cut examiner and shift boss at NSWas largest open-cut coalmine and now Rio Tinto Coal Australiaas NSW regional manager for resource development, has won this yearas Queensland Resources Councilas...
We Hope Our Next MP Has the Passion
RECENTLY the ChronicleCOs ad services manager John Baker retired after 44 years with the company. I have always been impressed not just by John, but by any person who manages to stick it out for decades with the same company. Once I interviewed...
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