Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

Articles from March 5, 2018

Bombers Dominate Again; Hervey Bay Concedes First Point in Win
Byline: Matthew McInerney newsregionalmedia.com.au HERVEY Bay Bombers might have just conceded its first point in more than 200 minutes of footy but the club has no plans to move to a bigger, regional competition. The Bombers' dominance of the...
'Cyclists Are Targeted'; Law Assumes Driver Wrong
Byline: Inge Hansen frasercoastchronicle.com.au HERVEY Bay cyclist Jeff Morris has slammed Bicycle Queensland's call for motorists involved in a crash with a cyclist to be automatically liable. "It's just unnecessary," Mr Morris said. "All...
Facebook's Cache Cow
Byline: Nick Whigham IT WAS the first day of pre-school. After my Mum leaned down and gave me one final bear hug, I was off to start my education as I casually waved her away without looking at her - clearly she was cramping my style. I don't...
Have You Looked at Your File? the Weird and Surprising Things I Found in the File Facebook Has on Me
Byline: Nick Whigham IT WAS the first day of pre-school. After my Mum leaned down and gave me one final bear hug, I was off to start my education as I casually waved her away without looking at her - clearly she was cramping my style. I don't...
Hodge Will Help Lions in Defence
AFL: Long-time Brisbane defensive coach Murray Davis says the addition of Luke Hodge will be the tonic required to finally plug the leaks at the Lions. Davis took the reins in Brisbane's heavy 55-point AFL pre-season trial loss to Sydney on Saturday...
Jets Win Warning to Others, Says Petratos
Byline: CARLY ADNO DIMITRI Petratos says Newcastle's famous victory over Sydney FC has handed them the mental edge heading into the finals series. The Jets showed their championship credentials with a 2-1 win over the table-toppers in Newcastle...
JT to Pass Playmaker Duties on to Morgan
Byline: PETER BADEL RIKKI-LEE ARNOLD RUGBY LEAGUE: Johnathan Thurston has revealed the Cowboys are revamping their attack this season to install $5million man Michael Morgan as the new playmaking king in Townsville. Thurston will take a back...
Junior Buccs on Fire
Byline: Matthew McInerney newsregionalmedia.com.au WIDE Bay Buccaneers' under-13s are the short-lived club's record winning margin holders after their 13-0 win against Capalaba Bulldogs on Saturday. Jhairah Taylor scored four goals to lead a...
Media Cashes in on Circus; Punishment Didn't Fit the Crime for Senator's Slur
LIBERAL Senator Michaelia Cash went way too far this week slurring every woman who works for Bill Shorten, but the media overstepped the mark too in its pursuit of the minister. Cash should have said sorry for her slur, and the Prime Minister failed...
Teacher Tried to Train Children for IS Attacks
Byline: Lizzie Dearden The Independent AN UNQUALIFIED teacher in the UK has been convicted of trying to recruit an "army of children" to launch a series of Islamic State-inspired attacks on dozens of targets across London. Umar Haque brainwashed...
The Beat
MARYBOROUGH Break and Enter Adelaide St Between 8pm on February 23 and 9am on February 26 offenders have removed a number of louvres at the rear of the premises and gained entry. The offenders have rummaged through the office and stolen property....
'Time to Dredge Mary'; Maryborough MP Says the City's River Is Currently Being Underutilised
Byline: Carlie Walker frasercoastchronicle.com.au IT'S time to dredge the Mary River. That's what Maryborough's State MP Bruce Saunders believes. The last time the river was dredged was in the 1950s and he says the river is currently underutilised....
Two Women Fight for Life; Warning after Horror Crashes
Byline: Carlie Walker frasercoastchronicle.com.au ANOTHER young woman is fighting for her life in hospital after a second serious crash on the Fraser Coast. Just hours after a crash at Dunmora left a 17-year-old girl in a critical condition,...
Wall's Always Had Spirit; Bay Product Is Back for the Aussies
Byline: Matthew McInerney newsregionalmedia.com.au A YEAR on the shelf has made recalled Aussie Spirit outfielder Jade Wall more determined to succeed at the XVI Women's Softball World Championship. Wall, who played her junior softball for Hervey...
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