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Thu 9 Apr 2020

Dad loses discrimination case against education department

premium_icon Dad loses discrimination case against education department

A father has lost his discrimination case against Education Queensland after claiming his son, who has autism spectrum disorder, was treated less favourably.

Coast residents expect an unusual and quiet Easter weekend

premium_icon Coast residents expect an unusual and quiet Easter weekend

Coronavirus restrictions mean Fraser Coast residents will be having a quiet, unusual Easter weekend.

Where you can watch weekend Easter services in Hervey Bay

premium_icon Where you can watch weekend Easter services in Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay churches will host digital services over the long weekend. Here’s where you can tune in to watch them.

REVEALED: How many Wide Bay virus patients have recovered

premium_icon REVEALED: How many Wide Bay virus patients have recovered

Queensland Health has revealed how many Wide Bay patients have recovered from coronavirus as the state continues to slow the spread of the disease.

Trouble comes in threes for resilient growers

premium_icon Trouble comes in threes for resilient growers

Farmers could be forgiven for thinking they’re being hit with the rough end of the pineapple

Isolation nothing new for our hardworking farmers

premium_icon Isolation nothing new for our hardworking farmers

Life on the farm is carrying on usual, just with children in tow

BREAKING: Fever clinic to be moved from Hervey Bay hospital

premium_icon BREAKING: Fever clinic to be moved from Hervey Bay hospital

Hervey Bay's fever clinic will move to a popular sporting complex to accommodate stricter social distancing guidelines

Daily puzzles and Sudoku another reason to subscribe

Daily puzzles and Sudoku another reason to subscribe

ONE of the most loved things for many people about the daily newspaper experience is doing the crosswords and puzzles. Now you can do them on our website.

‘Nurses under threat’: Testers lack protective gear

premium_icon ‘Nurses under threat’: Testers lack protective gear

Nurses and doctors are under-protected as they battle COVID-19, the head of the Nurses’ Professional Association of Queensland sensationally claimed.

M'boro cafe's tasty panic buying solution

premium_icon M'boro cafe's tasty panic buying solution

Alowishus Delicious provides some essentials for local customers.

Why we're seeing swarms of blue butterflies on the Coast

premium_icon Why we're seeing swarms of blue butterflies on the Coast

Large flights of butterflies have been sights across the Fraser Coast.

Don’t travel over Easter says state MP

premium_icon Don’t travel over Easter says state MP

State MP Bruce Saunders urges residents not to travel over the Easter weekend.

Wed 8 Apr 2020

Easter cheer packaged up for struggling tenants

premium_icon Easter cheer packaged up for struggling tenants

Diane Baek knows a little holiday spirit will help ease the COVID stress this Easter.

Bay rehab clinic faces closure as COVID-19 dries up funding

premium_icon Bay rehab clinic faces closure as COVID-19 dries up funding

A leading Hervey Bay drug rehab program could close down because of a lack of donations.

New COVID-19 case confirmed in Hervey Bay

premium_icon New COVID-19 case confirmed in Hervey Bay

Two new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Hervey Bay and Bundaberg

Camp at home to beat the lockdown blues

premium_icon Camp at home to beat the lockdown blues

Around 300,000 Australians would normally be celebrating the Easter long weekend around a campfire

Premier’s six-month warning as case total inches higher

Premier’s six-month warning as case total inches higher

Queensland has recorded another nine coronavirus cases overnight, taking the state total to 943, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk warning of the potential of another...

‘No winners’: Outspoken priest shares views on Pell decision

premium_icon ‘No winners’: Outspoken priest shares views on Pell decision

In the end, there was enough reasonable doubt to set him free

Ministers thrashing out back-to-school plan

premium_icon Ministers thrashing out back-to-school plan

Discussions are in play over whether Queensland schools will reopen to all students from the beginning of term two.

Queensland in front in COVID-19 fight

premium_icon Queensland in front in COVID-19 fight

Queensland has had the slowest rate of increase in new coronavirus infections of any state this past week – but experts don’t know exactly why, and warn it could be set...

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