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Mon 19 Apr 2021

Fraser Coast grad’s exciting career in corrective services

Premium Content Fraser Coast grad’s exciting career in corrective services

Applying her knowledge of the psychology behind criminal behaviour will be valuable for one Fraser Coast USC graduate.

Film by former Chronicle journalist to screen in M’boro

Premium Content Film by former Chronicle journalist to screen in M’boro

Next month, Flickerfest will make its return to Maryborough.

Maryborough’s love of timber to star in new fire station

Premium Content Maryborough’s love of timber to star in new fire station

Maryborough MP wants to see more buildings being built out of timber.

‘Emotional’: Elation as NZ travel bubble opens

Premium Content ‘Emotional’: Elation as NZ travel bubble opens

The opening of the travel bubble means Queenslanders are able to travel freely overseas – and it’s a truly special moment for Kiwis stuck here.

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‘You are at risk’: PM’s vaccine plea

‘You are at risk’: PM’s vaccine plea

Scott Morrison has urged Australians to get the COVID jab as doctors say thousands of doses are sitting idle around the country.

Sun 18 Apr 2021

GALLERY: Bridal heaven at Hervey Bay expo

Premium Content GALLERY: Bridal heaven at Hervey Bay expo

Just about everything a bride might wish for was on display

New details emerge in deadly M’boro house fire

Premium Content New details emerge in deadly M’boro house fire

New details have emerged after a house fire in Maryborough.

Rangers search for witnesses to Fraser dingo attack

Premium Content Rangers search for witnesses to Fraser dingo attack

Rangers are searching for witnesses to a dingo attack on a two year old boy at Orchid Beach

‘Severely obese’ Queenslanders to have first grab at jab

Premium Content ‘Severely obese’ Queenslanders to have first grab at jab

Queenslanders with a BMI of 35 or over and classified as “severely obese” are now eligible for priority COVID-19 vaccinations.

Queen sits alone as William, Harry show surprising unity

Premium Content Queen sits alone as William, Harry show surprising unity

The Queen has farewelled Prince Philip during an emotional funeral as Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate showed encouraging signs of familial harmony.

‘Habituated pack’: Why attack risk was high in holiday town

Premium Content ‘Habituated pack’: Why attack risk was high in holiday town

A pack of dingoes living in and around Orchid Beach have been influenced by people who were feeding and interacting with them

Sat 17 Apr 2021

Emergency declared after 25 motorcyclists die

Premium Content Emergency declared after 25 motorcyclists die

Police and the government have taken the ‘extraordinary step’ of warning 220,000 riders about safety concerns after a horrific year on the state’s roads.

UPDATE: Man suffers head injury after quad bike crash

Premium Content UPDATE: Man suffers head injury after quad bike crash

The patient is being treated for a head injury

Toddler bitten by dingo after wandering while parents slept

Premium Content Toddler bitten by dingo after wandering while parents slept

The toddler has been airlifted to hospital after the attack

‘EXTREMELY LUCKY’: Paramedic shares detail of dingo incident

Premium Content ‘EXTREMELY LUCKY’: Paramedic shares detail of dingo incident

He said this child was “extremely lucky to not sustain worse injuries” as it was believed to be a single dingo and not a pack. QPWS rangers are investigating.

LEGACY: Remembering Prince Philip’s visit to Maryborough

Premium Content LEGACY: Remembering Prince Philip’s visit to Maryborough

Prince Philip arrived at Maryborough in 1973 to present the Duke of Edinburgh Awards

FESTIVAL: Opportunity to celebrate rich local heritage

Premium Content FESTIVAL: Opportunity to celebrate rich local heritage

The Maryborough celebration will feature a dozen events, here’s how you can get involved

Store celebrates 150 years in the heritage city

Premium Content Store celebrates 150 years in the heritage city

The unique store takes visitors back in time with its displays.

Island tourism takes $3.7 million fire hit

Premium Content Island tourism takes $3.7 million fire hit

Businesses on and connected to Fraser Island lost out on an estimated $3.7 million due to the fires last year

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