Hervey Bay’s historic run reaches 15-straight

Hervey Bay Seagulls made it 15-straight wins when they beat Wests Panthers 50-0 on Sunday.

Brothers too strong for United; win minor title

FREE KICK: Brothers' Blake O'Brien assesses a free kick while United Warriors prepare their wall and (inset) United’s Isaac Harvey.

Brothers Aston Villa prevailed 4-0 against United Warriors.

Goal on debut earns Warriors vital victory

BATTLE: Brothers' Karina Bennett and United's Victoria Merrick fight for possession during Saturday’s Wide Bay League: game between United Warriors and Brothers Aston Villa at Hervey Bay Sports.

Warriors' 1-0 win could help United finish second.

YOUR CALL: Was this great defence or a sneaky goal?

Brothers' Blake O'Brian. Men's Wide Bay League: United Warriors v Brothers Aston Villa at Hervey Bay Sports.Photo Matthew McInerney  / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Is this effort great United defence or a sneaky Brothers goal?

Warm winter day on the Fraser Coast, but will it cool down?

Foggy start to the morning. There was fog between Rockhampton and Hervey Bay in the early hours of Sunday.

Minimums are expected to be slightly cooler

Island residents shocked after attack on likeable paramedic

Eurong resident David Anderson works as a first responder on Fraser

Walker impressed after coaching Hervey Bay’s juniors

South Sydney Rabbitohs fullback Cody Walker (standing, right) was a special guest at Hervey Bay Seagulls' Emerging Squad on Thursday night.Photo Contributed

Walker’s best piece of advice for the juniors was to never give up.

Coast Seniors Expo taking the community back to 50s

Beth Power loves dressing up in 1950s attire. So much so she is in the running to become Miss Pinup Australia.

The annual event will return to the Hervey Bay Baptist Church

Funds for job-ready training in Maryborough

There is an emphasis oung people who participate trade certificates

Coast condemns child sex offender sentence

'What message is the judge sending to the community with it?'

Why being lazy at work is a good thing

Most won't praise laziness for fear of being unemployable

Sports ethos fuels Cromwell Farm family’s ventures

EXTENDED FAMILY: Greg and Alison Cromwell near the pig run, which has access for free-range. They depend on their daughters’ input, and “amazing” support from two full-time and other staff.

Cromwell farm is an exemplar of healthy farming

Work starts on $15M Caloundra apartment building

Turning the first sod at the Aqua View Apartments site in Kings Beach are (from left) husband-and-wife developers Alex Yuan and Stella Sun with construction company Tomkins director Mike Tomkins and Councillor Tim Dwyer.

Developers excited about addition to Kings Beach skyline

Billion dollar plan gets RAAF base flying high

MOVING: Wing Commander Scott Winchester discusses the billion dollar developments that are underway at RAAF Base Amberley.

Work underway on the first of many key projects at the base

Iwasaki's 9 month target for state approval for new resort

The Capricorn Resort recently announced it's closure.

A new resort could be approved in nine months

Queenslanders to cash in on empty cans and bottles

plastic water bottles

QLD will share a CDS with NSW to keep laws consistent

LETTER: Let’s face the truth, many are fearful

Pauline Hanson's number of votes received at the recent Federal election has been attributed to 'fear'.

LETTER: Keppel MP hits back at ‘disgraceful’ comments

PREVENTATIVE PLUS: Keppel MP Brittany Lauga wants to tell her own personal story after cuts were announced to the bulk-billing incentive.

Keppel MP hits back at ‘disgraceful’ comments

LETTER: Election signs leave health hazard behind

Road signs merely 'an outrageous blot' on Australian landscape.

LETTER: Sports precinct letter misread

Reader gives response to a misunderstanding in a previous letter.

Don’t hate on Sonia Kruger for being honest

Sonia Kruger.

An honest debate is what we need in this country.

OPINION: It's time for harsher punishments for sex offenders

OPINION: Fraser Coast Chronicle acting editor Jordan Philp is calling on the Fraser Coast's political leaders to help create change in the punishment of violent offenders and sex offenders.

The community’s expectations have not been met.

Girl, 13, missing from train station near Deception Bay

A 13-year-old girl has gone missing from Deception Bay.

Man in serious condition after swerving to avoid horse

A car reportedly rolled after the driver swerved to avoid a horse

Sunshine Coast fraudster arrested in South Africa

FRAUDSTER: Luke Bracken during his stint as executive chairman of Bracken International Mining.

Fraudster left behind a trail of victims here on the Coast

Never a bad time for boho chic

Just a taste of the boho fashions you might see at music festivals, such as Splendour in the Grass this weekend.

Haven’t we covered boho fashion before?

Home need something more? Try mirrors

A mirror wall adds glamour to the space while cleverly giving the impression of a much bigger room. Try LOTS Mirror, $9.95/4-pack, from Ikea.

I’ve learnt a thing or two about mirrors and the effect they have

Son's cancer battle second fight for family

Kane with his mum Natalie and dad Rick met Taylor Swift at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital

A few years ago Rick had surgery to remove stomach cancer

Give him all your love but keep some of your money

More at www.stayathomemum.com.au.

Do you have a little on the side? A little something, something?

25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz

Sit back and stretch your mind with our Weekend Quiz

Sport scientist at centre of Essendon scandal shot at

Bullett holes at the Ascot Vale house where former sport scientist Stephen Dank was shot and injured in Melbourne, Saturday, July, 23, 2016.

Stephen Dank has been shot at while he slept

Scramble to remove possible campaign slogan from Govt site

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull makes a statement during a joint press conference with United States Vice President Joe Biden in Sydney on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Mr Biden is visiting Australia as part of a tour of the Pacific.

Scramble to erase the Prime Minister's "exciting time" catchcry

Indigenous artist shows tourists secrets of Aboriginal painting

Ever thought "I could do that" about Aboriginal art?

Pack the woollies and embrace the Canberra winter

A drive up to Telecom Tower also provides you with a great panorama of Canberra.

Canberra doesn’t seem to be the place Queenslanders visit in winter

Kuwait suffers through hottest temperatures ever recorded

On Thursday a blistering temperature of 54C was recorded in Kuwait

18-year-old gunman identified, children among dead

Emergency personnel gather close to the Olympia shopping centre (OEZ) where a shooting was reported, Munich, Germany, 22 July 2016. After a shooting at the Olympia shopping centre during Friday evening, the police reports at least 9 dead and 10 injured.

One killer has been identified in shopping centre massacre

Clinton makes "boring" pick for VP running mate

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton selected on 22 July 2016, Democratic Senator from Virginia Tim Kaine to be her pick as running mate for the presidential elections. According to media reports, Clinton is planning to make a formal announcement on 23 July 2016.

Clinton's choice suggests she is confident of beating Donald Trump

World's 'most popular' torrent website shutdown

Founder and operator of torrent site could face extradition

Vintage vehicle LARC-y to make trip

Craig Seeley ready for adventure on his Larc

Amphibious vehicle makes it to its destination

Too sensual? Manu Feildel's Magnum ad creates stir

The offended person was shocked by this ad, which featured the words "Magnum for pleasure seekers".

Magnum ice cream bar was too saucy for one person.

$200 in fuel, cigarettes, ice coffee: I'll be back

Man left his driver's licence and promised he would pay

Snake on a train! Police nab slippery rail passenger

Brisbane Water Local Area Command officers nabbed this three-foot jungle python from a 20-year-old man who was proudly introducing the reptile to fellow train passengers.

Cops nab three-foot jungle python called 'Bread' from train.

Mum's third set of twins in two years

Newborns Darla and Delanie are a US mum Danesha Couch's third set of twins.

"I said, 'This is not happening right now. Pinch me.'"

WATCH: News reader tries her hand at hardcore shooter, Doom

Veteran journo and noob gamer takes a shot at Doom

What's on the small screen this week

MasterChef Australia's final four contestants, from left, Harry Foster, Elena Duggan, Elise Franciskovic and Matt Sinclair.

MASTERCHEF makes way for The Bachelor on Ten's reality TV slate.

Guy Sebastian a hit at Splendour in the Grass

Guy Sebastian performs at Splendour in the Grass with Paces.

REALITY TV judge a hit with festival crowd.

Superheroes of the big screen enjoy sounds of Splendour

CHRIS Hemsworth and his Avengers mates drop by Byron festival.

Dynamic pics from Splendour Day 1

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

Check out the latest pictures from Splendour in the Grass.

Bindi Irwin: 18 magic photos to mark her 18th birthday

Bindi Irwin with a python.

Photos: Bindi Irwin from babyhood to 18