Taking a stroll back in time at M'boro's Open House

Maryborough Open Garden - Anne de Lisle in her garden at Stirling on North St.

Thousands of people are set to enjoy the event.

Welfare card will be 'assessed' after twelve months

FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT: Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt announces $1.9 million funding for new facilities at St Patrick's Catholic School in Bundaberg.
Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail

Long-term costs are expected to be less than $1000 per participant.

No plans to bring welfare card to Maryborough: O'Brien

Llew O'Brien - federal coalition candidate for Wide Bay.Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The cashless card will be rolled out in Hinkler early next year.






New books for new bubs

A new book will be gifted to all the mothers who give birth over the next month.

Calling all adorable kittens and puppies

Does your fur baby have what it takes to become Australia's first Puppy or Kitten of the Year?

The hunt is on for Australia's cutest furry friend

Round up the girls for a night of laughs

THEY ARE BACK: Get the girls together for a night of fun and laughs with comedians Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs.

"No town is too small for us."

Call the Midwife, Pearl

SPECIAL TOUCH: Midwife Pearl North began delivering babies in 1970 when she was living in the United Kingdom.

Pearl North agrees there's nothing more rewarding than midwifery

BACHELORETTE RECAP 2: Bum cheeks, tears and ugg boots

Sophie Monk in a scene from The Bachelorette. Supplied by Channel 10.

Episode two was about as interesting as episode one - very!

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Angela's show explores funny side of heartbreak

ALMOST two years after her marriage broke down, Toowoomba woman Angela Ponting is using her heartbreak as inspiration for her very own cabaret show.

Glimpse inside Maryborough's historical homes

Maryborough's Open House event - School of Arts, Kent St.

Take a trip from bell ringing to uncovering treasures.

Plenty to do on the coast these school holidays

LIFE UNDER THE SEA: Reefworld owner Greg Wolff with Greg the groper, 22 years old. You can feed the turtles or feed the sharks any day over the holidays.

We help make your holidays easier.

A bold new look and big plans ahead at Rainbow Beach

Sea Salt at Rainbow Beach Tuppy Modin, Jordi jones and Kerri Jordison.

After fire destroyed the old cafe, new life at Rainbow

iPhone 8: So what are the cheapest deals around?

So what's the best deal with the latest iphones

Comparison website has crunched the numbers

Social enterprise movement has Fraser Coast in its sights

SOCIAL SKILLS: Shane Matterson, Tanya Stevenson, Maggie Johns, Evan Munroe and Helen Halford show off items made by The Shed to be on display on October 11.

The social enterprise movement is coming to Hervey Bay.

23YO long-term Bay resident opens up F45 gym

F45 Training Hervey Bay: Owner Kayla Reid at her business on Beach Rd, Pialba.

A growing fitness trend is here.

Enzo's on the Beach announces reopening date

OPENING NEXT WEEK: The new Enzo's on the Beach, located on the Esplanade in Scarness, will open for service on September 18.

Coffee is ready to be served from the improved Enzo's on the Beach.

iPhone X: the epic fail of its biggest feature

iPhone X has a Super Retina Display, TrueDepth Camera System, Face ID and A11 Bionic Chip with Neural Engine. Picture: Apple

How do you use this phone without a home button?

$70M job pipeline of projects for M'boro

Maintenance is the future - Announcing a new contract with Queensland Rail - Downer EDI General Manager of Production for Queensland, David Hill and State Member of Parliament Anne Maddern.    
Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The Premier is governing from the Wide Bay this week.

Text video: Mayor Loft

Text video bringing you up to speed on the latest complaint against Fraser Coast...

Maryborough Open Garden

Maryborough Open Garden - Anne de Lisle in her garden at Stirling on North St.

Maryborough's Open Garden will showcase the cities beautiful gardens including Anne...

F-35 Strike Fighter

The F-35 Lightining II Joint strike fighter has led a protracted, troubled - and expensive - development.Source:Supplied

Lockheed Martin says it is the most advanced fighting machines ever built.

RECIPE: No risking it with this biscuit

Put the kettle on, this homemade treat is sure to delight.

Beer drinkers are getting fruity fresh for summer

ON TAP: Pumpyard chef Garth Kelly and Corinne Browne test out the new Lime Lager.

Ipswich brewery whips up Lime Lager in time for scorcher weekend

Family reunited with stolen puppy after police seized it

Ashlee Wright with her family Dexter, Amily, Tate after they were reunited with their dog Tully who was found by police in someone's home.

Family reunited with beloved pet dog stolen from their backyard

Fashion: Jump aboard the relaxed marina vibe

Look 1

Saily away with me this fashion season

OPINION: Taking a holiday is damn hard work

Greg Bray, columnist for the Gladstone Observer. Photo Brenda Strong/The Observer

On A Lighter Note with Greg Bray

How and when do you tell your children about death?

Listen to your gut and do what is best for your family when considering discussing death with young children.

How much do children need to know about death?

OPINION: Comments can cause hurtful divisions

Words are powerful tools that should be seen as a gift to the person you are conversing with.

Words flow around us every day.

Wengie now a Powerpuff Girl

SHE'S one of Australia's most famous faces, but she hasn't appeared on TV until now.

Wild HIMYM theory is blowing our minds

A new How I Met Your Mother fan theory would change a major plot point.

If this new theory is true, it’s opened up a whole new can of worms.

Only movie trailer you need to see this week

What kind of animal would banish these puppers?

IT’S been almost four years since the last Wes Anderson film.

Biggest Bachelorette mystery solved

Jourdan suffered an injury on the first episode of The Bachelorette.

ONE moment this week left viewers absolutely stumped.

Downsizing doesn't mean doing without

Coast family ready to move ... around the corner

Design magnificence

Frank Macchia-designed house enjoys 270-degree coastal views

The simple mortgage fix that could save you thousands

Avoid interest-only loans or pay the price

No kitchen, no bathroom and $1 million price tag

70 Grantham St, Brunswick West, might look charming from the outside, but just wait until you venture in. Source:Supplied

Unlivable home still carries a $950,000 price tag

RAAF base to boost economy by $1.2B, create 2800 jobs

mberley in Queensland on 24 November 2016.

By 2020, 7000 people will be employed on site

The top 20 jobs that are most in demand in Australia

There are plenty of jobs for pizza cooks in Australia.

Finding a job depends greatly on where you're looking for one

Report indicates strong growth for construction industry

INCREASE: The construction industry is predicted to see escalated demand in future decades.

CONSTRUCTION in Queensland and NSW will continue to increase.

Massive solar farm to provide 250 jobs

FRV's Moree Solar Farm.

The 148MW farm is being built on a disused mango farm

How to nail that job interview

Congratulations on landing a job interview - now it is time to nail it.

Impress with some simple preparation

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Kia Stinger road test: Is beauty deeper than the metal?

The Kia Stinger will arrive in Australian showrooms from October 1.

We're going to the race track in a Kia. Yep, it's no joke.

Object of desire: 2018 Kia Stinger launched

The mid-range Kia Stinger Si will officially reach showrooms on October 1.

First drive of this year's most anticipated car.

Vic police replace Commodores and Falcons with BMWs

How the Victoria Police BMW 530d highway patrol sedan could look.

Europeans set to replace V8 pursuit cars.

Teenagers distracting their drivers

Texting while driving. Photo: Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily

RACQ study reveals 85% of respondents are distracting passengers.

Need a VIP chauffeur? Don's the man for the Games

HOT WHEELS: Warwick car enthusiast Don Hughes has been selected as a volunteer driver for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Car enthusiast turns VIP chauffeur for major sporting event

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