David Stuart

Man killed in head-on Gayndah crash

POLICE are investigating after a two-vehicle traffic crash claimed a man's life at Gayndah on Saturday afternoon.

Initial investigations indicate the crash occurred around 5pm when two vehicles travelling in opposite directions collided on the Burnett Highway.

The male driver of one of the vehicles, a 26-year-old Alexandra Headland man, died at the scene.

The female driver of the other vehicle, a 35-year-old Mudgeeraba woman, received non-life threatening injuries.

The highway was closed while the Forensic Crash Unit conducted examinations at the scene.



Bowled over by new green

Bowled over by new green

Retirement just got greener for residents at Fraser Shores.

Work nearly finished on wetlands' new boardwalk

Work nearly finished on wetlands' new boardwalk

Fay Smith was a passionate environmentalist.

'The most significant deal in Wide Bay football history

premium_icon 'The most significant deal in Wide Bay football history

There has never been a bigger deal in Wide Bay's football history.

Local Partners