Mundubbera boy, 13, airlifted to hospital

The boy sustained leg injuries as a result of the accident.

Jailed for same crime twice

A 31-year-old man has been sentenced to six months jail

Man, 38, fined for expletive rambling

DEADLY MIX: Drink drivers put lives at risk.

Rare night out proves this man best to party at home

Parasites drain our good will

Spongers' campaigns just seem like a poor joke

Our back pages penned by one of Australia's best

Our sports journalist picks up national award

Online spongers put the 'I' into charity

The Coast has now more than 40 requests for Go Fund Me pages

Hard job to mix fact and fiction

Author T.J. Hamilton.

A few months ago I decided to write my first short crime story

Mum deals with dyslexia by becoming an author

Amber Bates working on her drawings at home in Maryborough. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Drawn to a world where pen is mightier than dyslexia’s sword

Fishing tournament the best in years

Hervey Bay fisherman Scott Bradley caught this marlin near Fraser Island.

This year 30 teams consisted of 90 anglers with 46 crew.

FISHING: Hot and muggy days give the fish more confidence

This was a personal best grunter for Gail Sauer at 3.44kg. There will be few feeds in this one. Photo Freedom Fishing Supplies

Mud crabs are on the move around Kauri, Big Tuan and Maaroom Creeks.

Murder case of man, 60, adjourned until March next year

Hervey Bay courthouse.

The man is accused of murdering 75-year-old in July this year.

AUSSIE RULES: This is our year: coach

Aussie rules - Bay Power V. Brothers Bullldogs. Bay Power coach Michael Gay at 3/4 time. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

“Realistically this is the year we want to hit our straps,”

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DATING: There’s a smorgasbord of stereotypes to test

Paul Hogan.

What stereotypes we apply to the opposite sex from exotic places?

OPINION: Face the truth or we remain virtual liars

I’m a happy, insightful, witty, amazing bloke.. but only on Facebook

Senator: Funding win for our schools

Campaign about school funding is as predictable as it is misleading

OPINION: Don't blame fast food, blame a lack of self-control

Whatever happened to willpower and self-control?

WATERCOOLER: Time to change Australia's jobs, wages model?

More than one in 10 young people in Australia are unemployed.

Frozen wages, insecure jobs, shrinking unions … join the dots

Brough's baggage creating headaches for Turnbull

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull listens to Australian Special Minister for State Mal Brough during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House. AAP Image/Lukas Coch

Brough's role as Special Minister of State go to heart of integrity

Man killed in incident at Tarong Power Station

A man was killed in a workplace incident at the power station this morning.

A man has died after an incident at Tarong Power Station.

Owner injured as million-dollar home gutted by flames

Neighbours described seeing owner in a shocked state

UPDATE: Man, 32, shot in the elbow on farm at Rural View

Police generic, crime scene.  Photo Tessa Mapstone / South Burnett Times

A man has been shot in the elbow after an argument on a farm

Armed man subdued by residents after breaking into home

A man has been charged following an attempted robbery

Police have found missing 12-year-old from Goodna

He was last seen in the Woodridge area on November 19

Toowoomba floods 'made worse' by warm oceans

Toowoomba man Edward Spark (right) is rescued from flooded Dent St on January 10. Mr Spark gave evidence during the floods inquiry’s Toowoomba hearing.

Warm water increases the amount of moisture in the atmosphere

Pinery bushfire victims to receive financial support

Bush fire at Murdering Creek Road, Peregian.

Victims of the Pinery bushfire in South Australia will receive funds

Anti-extremism unit set to be given $2.5 million in funding

$2.5 million in funding set for unit tackling extremism in youth

Grandparents set to get access to subsidised child care

Child care rebates for wealthy families set to be slashed this week

One woman dead, another in coma after Stereosonic

One woman has died, another is in an induced coma

Woman allegedly posts picture of dog with mouth taped shut

Investigation underway after woman posts pic of her dog taped up

Innocent man to be freed after 16 years in prison

Luis Lorenzo Vargas

He spent 16 years in jail because he had the same tattoo as a rapist

Gunman in custody after shooting at Planned Parenthood clinic

The gunman has barricaded themselves inside Planned Parenthood | Google Maps

Police have warned the area around the clinic is not secure

Chilean coast struck by 6.2 earthquake

SHAKE IT OFF: A 5.2 magnitude earthquake near Fraser Island has been felt in the South Burnett.

There have been no reports of damage

Man's attempt to kill spider mistaken for domestic dispute

A large hairy spider.

Police respond after man heard screaming "I'm going to kill you"

Water-filled condom craze sweeping the internet

Participants urged to practice water-filled craze with safety

College wins $500k compo over too low basketball court

Architects sued after they failed to deliver full height building

Sporting clubs bogged down by ‘toilet tax’

STEEP PRICE: Gladstone Bowls Club Manager Peter Liddle says council rates and charges are stifling the club’s growth.

Council suggests sports clubs reduce toilet numbers to save money

Schoolies: Look mum, my burnt bum is on the news

Cairns teenager sat in fountain waiting for ambulance

Phuc Dat Bich was a hoax - but what is his real name?

The man who wanted the world to believe he was Phuc Dat Bich. Photo / Facebook

Both posts have since been removed, adding to the mystery

Brad Pitt wanted 12 kids

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie wanted to have 12 children.

Cara Delevingne: Sexiness is about mindset

Cara Delevigne believes sexiness comes from within

Daniel Radcliffe marks two years sober

Daniel Radcliffe has been sober for two years

Film-makers apologise for casting white men as Egyptian gods

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stars as one of the deities in the blockbuster Gods of Egypt YouTube

Film-makers have apologised for casting whites as Egyptian gods

Woodford Folk Festival's three-year secret revealed

STORIES TO TELL: Woodford Folk Festival artist-in-residence Gavin Ryan has delivered his masterpiece.

Three years of work will move Woodford masses

Dramatic season finale in store for show thriving on Foxtel

David Berry stars as James Bligh in the TV series A Place To Call Home.

DAVID Berry reflects on season three of A Place To Call Home.

Peckham business develops 'first hangover-preventing meat'

Serious Pig: The world’s first hangover- preventing meat treat

Zoo puts on what might be boy's last birthday

PRECIOUS MEMORIES TO CHERISH: Queensland Zoo’s lemurs are a favourite for Miller O’Flynn and his mum, Sophie Cashen.

Mum made sure Miller would attend his, possibly last, birthday party

Lexus RX SUV road test and review

LOOKIN' SHARP: Lexus hasn't held back with the RX's exterior design, giving shoppers a striking alternative in the mid-size SUV segment

Striking looking mid-size SUV ups the spec, and the price.

Subbies put hope in Walton federal court hearing

The loss of $2.9 million from the Walton collapse cost Beau Hartshorn his home and the jobs of 10 workers.

Coast subbies are hoping for a good outcome from the federal court

Turnbull may slash super tax breaks for an income tax cut

Super tax breaks may be slashed for an income tax cut

New Hummock Hill Island resort under fire

Hummock Hill Island. File photo.

Conservation group slams new resort on Hummock Hill Island

Rio Tinto investment to secure refineries future

EXPANSION CONCERNS: The State Government is being accused of breaking a 2012 election promise by supporting the Stage 3 expansion of the New Acland coal mine. Photo Lyndon Keane / Dalby Herald

Four decades of Rio Tinto bauxite mining announced for Cape York

Former Sam's Warehouse is coming back to life

THE former Sam’s Warehouse building is being brought back to life

Families hit hard as CSG company slashes workforce

Arrow Energy has cut 150 people from its workforce.

Poor performing CSG wells behind decision to lay off 150 workers