Bay Power prove premiership credentials in Bay Bash

Bay Power proved their premiership credentials in Saturday's big win over Hervey Bay Bombers. They are on track for their best finish in more than five years.

Fraser Coast Mariners thumped by Noosa Dolphins

Mariner's Adam Ebert. Fraser Coast Mariners v Maroochydore at Urangan.Photo Matthew McInerney  / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Fraser Coast Mariners were thumped by Noosa Dolphins.

Hervey Bay to host Qld title round in September

Maryborough's Reece Rayner in a Senior Lites event at the Hervey Bay Motocross Club event on Sunday. Photo: Jocelyn Watts / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Hervey Bay Motocross Club will host a round of the Qld Titles.

Maryborough dominates Bundaberg in Premier League

Wallaroos' Tony Dakin plays in the men's hockey match against Granville in Maryborough on Saturday. Photo: Jocelyn Watts / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Fraser Coast dominates Bundaberg's Premier League teams.

Bombers to re-group after their fourth loss

ON TARGET: Hervey Bay Bomber Scott Burden.

Hervey Bay Bombers will use their two-week bye to regroup.

Police hunt in M’boro after armed man holds up store

Police outside the Pallas St store.

Police are hunting a man in Maryborough after a robbery

Roos rise for injured Robertson to deliver emotional win

SPECIAL WIN: Wallaroos dedicated their under-18s win to Jesse Robertson.Photo Contributed / Tracey Joynson

IT is one of Wallaroos’ most emotional win in recent time.

Bay shivers in coldest May night since 2000

PLAYFUL: Pelicans seem to be enjoying the warmer weather at Torquay.

Hervey Bay’s overnight temperature dropped to 4.5 degrees

Coast libraries to secure $10k for robotics programs

Maryborough state election candidates at the public forum - Bruce Saunders. Photo by Valerie Horton/Fraser Coast Chronicle

The initiative will expand the reach of coding and robotics programs

Fraser Coast secures high tourism exposure at trade show

Fraser Island sunset  - User Contributed

The region’s iconic nature-based attractions were on display

99 things to do with your newborns: new app

Have you downloaded this new app?

The Bundaberg Rugby League community rallies for Mia Pearce

GIRLS LEAGUE: The under-17 Easts Rugby League team with the Pearce family at Salter Oval. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

The Magpies organise an under-17 match and raise funds for family.

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LETTER: A bridge promise was never made

A minor party candidate claimed the Government’s funding commitment for a feasibility study into the Burrum Bridge was a “recycled election promise”.

LETTER: Desperate hope to find little brother

PAIN: A letter writer hopes to re-connect with her lost brother.

Every day I am consumed by what I could have done differently

LETTER: Our new police officers look like pack horses

Constable Mairead Devlin outside Roma Street Police Headquarters.

Let’s also not forget the helmet to protect their heads.

LETTER: Negative gearing a working class dud from day one

Real Estate "sold" sign with red brick building and trees blurry in the background

Falling house prices would not be such a bad thing

Leaders debate: More reality on House Rules, Masterchef

Leadership debate between Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten too dull

OPINION: Corey Parker ages like a fine wine

FOREVER YOUNG: He may be 34 but Maroons lock Corey Parker remains one of the game’s leading players at all levels.

Corey Parker is without the 'Peter Pan' of the Origin arena

Book Review: A window into brutal world of double standards

Ensaf Haidar has written a moving account of her husband’s imprisonment in Saudi Arabia. You can follow the author on Twitter @miss9afi.

IT BEGINS as a love story, but there is no happy ending yet for Raif

UPDATE: Blood and handbag mystery solved

Police search an area off Woongarra St In Bundaberg. Photo: Craig Warhurst/News mail

Police worked to figure out what happened

Dog attack victim was trying to save chicken

A photo of a dog barking for a story about problem dogs barking in Ipswich neighbourhoods. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times

Council officers investigating early morning incident

Temperatures drop for coldest morning across Queensland

Stanthorpe temperatures dropped to -4 degrees this morning, with the coldest temperatures in Queensland. Frost on Monday, May 30.

Stanthorpe recorded the coldest temperature in Queensland today.

Men catch hammerhead shark so big it sinks their boat

Two fishermen had their boat upturned when a hammerhead shark they caught jumped into their small tinnie.

FISHERMEN caught up in scary ordeal at dusk.

BREAKING: Three dead bodies found in Adelaide house

The bodies of three people - including two children - were found

Woman wins right to use dead partner's sperm

Couple met in September last year and became engaged a month later

Tobacco tax hikes a form of 'racism', says expert

Hikes in taxes hitting indigenous, mental health patients hardest

Australian Jamie Bright killed fighting Islamic State

Jamie Bright

Kurdish military units claim Australian volunteer soldier killed

LIST: Recent croc attacks to give you goosebumps

Some attacks have a happy ending, others not so much

CROC SHOCK: Friend "extremely traumatised" after attack

The 46-year-old was swimming with a friend at 10.30pm on Sunday

60 Minutes' Lebanon saga slammed as program says sorry

60 Minutes reporter Michael Usher formally apologised

Prince Harry photobombs Next Top Model

Prince Harry: Not one to miss a photobombing opportunity. Photo / Instagram, Winnie Harlow

Prince couldn't resist pulling a face when he realised he was in shot

Single parents, divorce create child poverty: lobbyists

Child poverty has tracked sole parenting almost exactly.

This photo of a cuddling couple is freaking people out

Couple embracing on a beach has left people scratching their heads

Chinese delivery mid hike? No pack H2O? Newbie seeks advice

Hiking tours are very popular in Europe and why wouldn’t they be when you get views like this of the Mont Blanc range in France. PHOTO: CONTRIBUTED

"We usually walk with our bottles open and wait for the rain"

Abbott in speedos- $51, Scrooge next Treasurer- $1001

HITTING THE BEACH: Bongsu Kim (left) from South Korea and Finn Massoud with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott at Tea Tree Bay in Noosa National Park.

Fancy a flutter? How about Scrooge to become the next Treasurer?

'My name is Tarzan': Man's hairy night out in Gladstone

Gladstone Court House, Yarroon Street.

“He was swaying on his feet and both refused to tell police names."

Python sunk fangs into man's penis as he sat on the toilet

He tried desperately to break free from the 11 foot creature

Couple's embrace stumps the internet

The explanation lies in the colours of the man's shorts.

The photo has been viewed over 1.6 million times

Depp set to give tell-all interview after marriage collapse

Johnny Depp is reportedly set to give a tell-all interview

When Time Stops: a spectacle of time manifested in dance

Michelle Barnett in Expressions Dance Company's When Time Stops.

An opening like this makes it hard to believe it'll be beaten

It looks like Top Gear's ended up stuck in reverse

Matt Le Blanc on the Top Gear set

They've put out a new model without changing anything

Sam Mendes quits Bond franchise

Sam Mendes won't direct any more James Bond movies.

Depp source tries to blame bust-up on Cara Delevingne

Johnny Depp

Depp was "driven insane" by Heard's friendship with Cara Delevingne

Ariana Grande cancels festival appearance

Ariana Grande has called off her performance at Lisbon's Rock

Boyne Smelters in generous donation for local diggers

Aerial view of Boyne Smelter Limited.

BOYNE Smelters are making a generous donation honouring diggers.

Second Range design change could save months

The Toowoomba Second Range Crossing at the New England hwy.

Could a simple design change speed up Second Range build?

Nurses ranked as most honest, ethical profession

CARING PROFESSION: Jo Hiscock talks about the kind nature of nurses and how it is a rewarding career.

Nurses were voted the most ethical and honest profession

‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price

Mary Valley dairy farmer Cooloola Milk owner operator Dick Schroeder.

Farmers urged to unite against unfair processor prices.

Small businesses get behind tax cuts for big corporations

SMEs are in favour of tax cuts for larger corporations