You only live once say Hervey Bay teenagers Sharon Raittila, 15, and Liss Bradley, 16, as they refused to let the wild weather disrupt their day during the wet spell.
You only live once say Hervey Bay teenagers Sharon Raittila, 15, and Liss Bradley, 16, as they refused to let the wild weather disrupt their day during the wet spell.

Our snappers are the best

THE Chronicle's newest photo jounalist Robyne Cuerel nee Melksham has returned to the APN fold.

Robyne spent 15 years working at the Bundaberg News Mail and four years freelancing for papers such as the Sunday Mail before signing on with the Chronicle.

"I'm a grandmother now but I still have the fire in the belly," Robyne said.

In the past five months, her images have graced the paper with a sense of moment, colour and humanity that have lifted people's spirits.



Multicultural celebration for all ages

Multicultural celebration for all ages

World full of dancing

Space to meet for a cuppa and a chat

Space to meet for a cuppa and a chat

Bless the meet and greet

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