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COUNCIL: Over 50s resort for Howard given green light

AN OVER 50s resort slated for Howard worth about $60 Million has been given development approval.

The development will include 212 RV-styled home units, 47 independent living units and a 75-bed aged care facility.

Councillors unanimously endorsed the development permit application for the site at William St in Howard.

ALSO IN COUNCIL: $6.7 million sewerage plan endorsed for Howard

Topics:  development fraser coast regional council howard



Young children lived in house with drug making

With Pershouse behind the wheel, police tried to intercept the stolen car at Burnett Heads on September 26, activating lights and sirens.

During the crime spree she also failed to stop for police

First doctors to work at our hospital for entire intern

HANDS ON: New medical interns at Hervey Bay Hospital, Drs Simon Ma, Fathima Cassim, Kuan Ming Tan, Cassandra Steel, Winnie Lee, Matthew Cozier, Kendra Coufal and Tim Oksanen.

The eight doctors are the first permanent interns.

Works on Walker St worth the wait for business owners

STILL OPEN: Stage two of Maryborough's Walker Street roadworks will continue until May. Michelle Byrne of Michelle's Cutting Edge and Kelley Nancarrow of Kelley's Nails of Excellence want customers to know they will have parking and access in St Clair Avenue during road closures.

'If it gets too bad...we'll still do deliveries.'

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