Hundreds of cars to feature at sanctuary markets

Markets will be held on July 31 to help the Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary, this time with a special component of a Show and Shine event.

ANIMAL and car lovers, mark July 31 in your diary.

Learning centre volunteer reflects fondly on years

Gwen Kohler said Maisie Kaufmann Learning Centre has become her second home, as she has been a volunteer here for almost 14 years.

GWEN Kohler has been a volunteer for almost 14 years.

Fraser Coast Chronicle Bingo winner plans his spending spree

BIG WINNER: Maryborough’s Graeme Wilson took home the prize for the first week of the Chronicle’s bill buster Bingo. He won a $1000 fuel voucher. Grab your copy of the Chronicle to find out how you can take home $1000 in cash every week.

Find out how you can be in it to win it

Fraser Coast how much chocolate can you eat?

DEATH BY CHOCOLATE: Alli Duggan, owner of Allikats on Kent will be one of the chefs preparing a secret chocolate dish on the night.

This event will be a chocolate-lover's heaven.

How long until the City Hall clock upgrades are complete?

SPRUCE-UP: Painter Scott Clark from Higgins touches up the clock face surrounds atop the Maryborough City Hall building.

new frosted glass will be installed into the face

Ford Model T cars coming to Fraser Coast for national event

Mary Poppins in the Park - Geraldine Cameron from Toowoomba with her granddaughter Lyla from Bundaberg next to her T Model Ford in Richmond Street.

MARYBOROUGH'S streets will take a flash back in time in event.

Maryborough Eisteddfod: Stage set for song and dance

Maryborough Eisteddfod, Brolga Theatre - first place in the Primary School string ensemble - St Mary's Primary School.Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The Maryborough Eisteddfod will run for a full seven days.

Fraser Coast residents will become Aussie citizens next week

An Australian citizenship ceremony will be held in the Federation Room of the Brolga Theatre and Convention Centre, on July 26. It will start at 2pm.

KATHERINE Serafini has called Australia home for the past 47 years.

Footpath funding lift boosts accessibility on Fraser Coast

FOOTPATHS ON THE AGENDA: Carer Kenneth Sengstock pushes client Russell Dreger along the road near his home.

Funding for footpath improvements to help lives of the disabled.

Helping to avert a suicide

"The human connection will be key"

Technology aims to connect people with mental health professionals

YOUR SAY: MasterChef Australia serves up mediocre judges

Masterchef judge George Calombaris

George Calombaris 'well-noted for his bad table manners'

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Principal gets 'tied up' with work for Chaplaincy

Principal gets 'tied up' with work for Chaplaincy

Principal gets 'tied up' with work for Chaplaincy

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Fraser Island dingo.

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The most Colourful Vietnam Markets | Bac Ha Market!

Jolene Ejmont at the Most Colourful Markets in Vietnam, the famous Bac Ha Market!

The most Colourful Vietnam Markets | Bac Ha Market!

AutoWed: coin-operated wedding machine

Press 1 for heterosexual, 2 for gay, and 3 for a lesbian marriage. And if you wish...

YOUR PHOTOS: Pets having a play on the Fraser Coast

Simba enjoying a swim

Our Facebook community share photos of their pets having a play on the Fraser...

YOUR PHOTOS: Playful pets on the Fraser Coast

Levi shaking off after having a play with the garden hose.

Our Facebook community has shared their playful pets from across the Fraser Coast.

YOUR PHOTOS: Loved pets and animals

Donna Allan - Timothy, the greyhound.

Readers shared photos of their beloved pets and animals on the Fraser Coast...

Day 2 Splendour in the Grass

The Cure performed at Spelndour in theGrass 2016 at the main stage.  Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Splendour in the Grass day 2 had the biggest acts of the weekends and as a result...

Day 2 Splendour in the Grass

The Cure performed at Spelndour in theGrass 2016 at the main stage.  Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Splendour in the Grass day 2 had the biggest acts of the weekends and as a result...

Splendour in the Grass 2016

The Strokes perform at Splendour in the Grass 2016. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Day 1 of Spendour in the Grass 2016 saw the Mayor of Spendour, sunny skies and lots...

Splendour in the Grass 2016

The Strokes perform at Splendour in the Grass 2016. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Day 1 of Spendour in the Grass 2016 saw the Mayor of Spendour, sunny skies and lots...

Wetside Water Park

COLD TEA: Staff at WetSide Water Park help raise awareness for the 2016 Cancer Council Queensland's Biggest Morning Tea campaign.

We take a look back at the popular WetSide Education Park over the years and the...

Model T Ford enthusiasts

Russell Nieass with his grandson Jackson Bishop at the Greenmount Homestead. Russell owns a 1915 Model T Ford that Jackson has already claimed as his own.Photo Tony Martin / Daily Mercury

Model T Ford enthusiasts from around the country.

Missing 5 year old.

Qld Police appeal to the public for help in search for missing girl.

Police appeal for help from the public.

Tear gas used on boys.

Abuse and punishment of inmates at Don Dale Youth Detention Centre, Darwin.

ABC's Four Corners reveals evidence of "torture" on boys in Detention Centre.

Wide Bay League: Goal or no goal?

This incredibly close goal was waved away by referees, but what do you...

Boast Harbour Drive Pedestrian Crossing –Urraween

Camera Direction: Facing West


Ferry Street and Alice Street, Maryborough (SE)

Camera Direction: Facing South-East


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