Chronicle journalist Jessica Cook covering a story on a long-awaited road upgrade.
Chronicle journalist Jessica Cook covering a story on a long-awaited road upgrade. Contributed

Last chance to register for Chronicle event

Dear readers

On this picture perfect winter's day here on the Fraser Coast, I just want to remind readers this is the week the Chronicle team is hosting a morning tea to help you better understand the digital platform and get to know our reporters.

If you are one of the many readers who reached out about navigating the new format and gave us feedback on what you wanted to hear more about, I really encourage you to come to this session.

Details on Tuesday's event and how to register are here

If you live in Maryborough and don't have transport but would like to attend, please get in touch and we will do our best to help you.

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday and if you're sitting down with a cuppa click here to see five ways you could get more from your digital subscription.

Here's 10 top stories you also might have missed from the past week.

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2. Car lovers turn out in force for August meet 

3. 'Cane still has a future': Manager weighs in on land sales 

4. 'Fists of fury': Family reeling after alleged road rage attack 

5. EDITORIAL: Dismissing drug trends does more damage

6. 'I'm going to kill you': Why man attacked stranger on Pier 

7. How restaurant is bouncing back after Covid closure 

8. 'Crowd control': Councillor labels Covid a 'w**k'

9. REVEALED: LNP's new Bay candidate confirmed 

10. Concerns over future of flights as Virgin sheds jobs 

Kind regards

Jessica Grewal

Editor