NATURAL DEVASTATION: A 150m sinkhole opened up and swallowed vehicles at the Inskip Pt camping grounds on September 27 about 10.30pm.
NATURAL DEVASTATION: A 150m sinkhole opened up and swallowed vehicles at the Inskip Pt camping grounds on September 27 about 10.30pm. Contributed

The news which shaped the Fraser Coast in 2015

IN THE year 2015, the Fraser Coast Chronicle documented the news stories with the most significant impact on the lives of locals.

From the death of former Maryborough man Ashley Kent Johnston, aged 28, as he fought against terror group ISIS in Syria, to the sinking away of the Inskip Pt camping gounds, the year has been filled with lows and excitement.

We want to hear from Chronicle readers what shaped their 2015, for better or for worse. 

Tell us below or email editorial@frasercoastchronicle.com.au.



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