New offices set to open

THE FINISHING touches are being put on to the multimillion dollar renovations at the Fraser Coast Chronicle's Bazaar St offices.

General manager Jonathon Steel said painting and carpeting was under way, and the new offices should be ready for use within two or three weeks.

“It's fantastic to be moving into brand new offices at our existing address,” Mr Steel said.

“We have been lucky enough to be able to work with local developers Knight Frank Fraser Coast in being part of this development and revitalising the CBD, which is the important heart of the community.”

There would be a grand opening of the office's front counter and reception area in late June or early July.

“The offices are designed to give even better service to our loyal customers,” he said.

The building will remain the home of both the Fraser Coast Chronicle and the newly revamped Maryborough Herald newspapers.

“The renovations demonstrate our continued commitment to Maryborough and its community,” Mr Steel said.

“We have had offices here for 150 years, and we plan to provide the most comprehensive news here for 150 years to come.”



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