February 2019

Published a story 18th Feb 2019 3:10 PM

In addition to king tides, boaties were also warned to expect severe winds, particularly on Thursday and Friday.

King tides expected in Bay as Cyclone Oma approaches

In addition to king tides, boaties were also warned to expect severe winds, particularly on Thursday and Friday.

Published a story 18th Feb 2019 12:27 PM

The event is being coordinated by Hervey Bay’s Jessica Sellke, who is completing a combined Animal Ecology/Tourism, Leisure and Event Management degree.

Fraser Coast students coming together to clean up beach

The event is being coordinated by Hervey Bay’s Jessica Sellke, who is completing a combined Animal Ecology/Tourism, Leisure and Event Management degree.

Published a story 18th Feb 2019 10:20 AM

Experience snowboarding in Iran through the eyes of international snowboard competitor Michaela Davis-Meehan.

BROLGA THEATRE: Film festival a celebration of amazing women

Experience snowboarding in Iran through the eyes of international snowboard competitor Michaela Davis-Meehan.

Published a story 15th Feb 2019 5:34 PM

Mr Scanes said the Wide Bay had an unemployment rate that was twice the national average and it needed to be addressed urgently.

ELECTION: Jobs set to be focus of Wide Bay battle

Mr Scanes said the Wide Bay had an unemployment rate that was twice the national average and it needed to be addressed urgently.

Published a story 15th Feb 2019 4:47 PM

Coast restaurant was one of the businesses targeted, with alcohol and a small amount of money being taken from the premises.

Fraser Coast businesses fighting back against thieves

Coast restaurant was one of the businesses targeted, with alcohol and a small amount of money being taken from the premises.

Published a story 15th Feb 2019 4:40 PM

She said funding to fight the disease was “desperately needed”.

Bay ovarian cancer survivor applauds $1.6 million commitment

She said funding to fight the disease was “desperately needed”.

Published a story 15th Feb 2019 11:34 AM

USC Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Joanne Scott said Orientation was designed to help the latest cohort of local scholars to transition to university life.

Fraser Coast students to take part in USC orientation

USC Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Joanne Scott said Orientation was designed to help the latest cohort of local scholars to transition to university life.

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Coming from Newcastle in New South Wales, Carlie completed an arts degree before moving to the Fraser Coast. She has been with the Chronicle since 2007.