When Katie Norris' son came home from school after vomiting from heat exhaustion, she knew action needed to be taken.
It has been 34 years since Roz Robertson joined the navy and still to this day, she is questioned over the medal she wears proudly each Anzac Day.
Pets & Animals
April's cutest pets and their owners on the Fraser Coast.
A cyclist riding on the esplanade in Scarness was taken to hospital after he ran into a parked car.
Weathered steel columns representing the foreboding cliffs which greeted our troops at Gallipoli are being placed at the Queen's Park memorial.
Fire crews were called to a Maryborough home after receiving reports of a blaze on Tuesday.
Even though he's traded the green and gold to coach New Zealand's Black Sticks, Maryborough product Mark Hager continues to perform at an international level.
When 16-year-old Mitchell Beattie had enough of working at a fast food restaurant, he decided to start his own business instead.
Last year 1000 deaths related to the flu, doctors warm this year it will be worse
Hervey Bay has been named one of the top spots to visit during school holidays.
Did your kids want to know the ins and outs of how the Easter Bunny delivers the eggs?
She has beauty, she has brains and now Lauren Bosley has the title of Miss Ruby Australia 2018.
Hervey Bay's very own triathlete Matt Hauser has won gold at the Commonwealth Games.
Fraser Coast police are sick and tired of having their valuable time wasted on hoaxes and non-emergency triple zero calls.
A QUIRKY bus wrapped in images of the Fraser Coast promoting the Joeys Mini World Cup has turned heads on its journey to the region from northern NSW.
The people were involved in a two vehicle crash in Wondunna on Saturday.
An intellectual disability has never stopped Urangan State High School SEP student Matthew Taylor from achieving his best.
It will be akin to a reunion for Tinana couple Rodney and Marion Faint when they arrive to volunteer at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games this month.
Reports of a person being stabbed to death were confirmed as a hoax when emergency services were called to a home on Friday.
BENDIGO Bank is preparing to give away another round of funding to groups and individuals in the Fraser Coast region.