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Shopping trolley near pier an unwelcome tourist attraction

AN ABANDONED shopping trolley on the flats near the Urangan Pier has become an unwelcome tourist attraction.

Reader Lee Tuthill snapped a photo of the trolley after overhearing a group of tourists talking about how disgusting littering was in the area and spotting what they were looking at.

He said he was sorry he couldn't retrieve the trolley himself because it looked terrible.

An abandoned shopping trolley can be seen from the Urangan Pier.
An abandoned shopping trolley can be seen from the Urangan Pier. Lee Tuthill

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Cashless Debit Card has faced opposition in region

GREENS Senator Rachel Siewert has spoken in front of a crowd of people at Hervey Bay Community Centre, sharing her concerns about the cashless welfare card.

The card has faced opposition in Hervey Bay.

Social enterprise movement has Fraser Coast in its sights

SOCIAL SKILLS: Shane Matterson, Tanya Stevenson, Maggie Johns, Evan Munroe and Helen Halford show off items made by The Shed to be on display on October 11.

The social enterprise movement is coming to Hervey Bay.

Fraser Coast domestic tourism numbers down, but spending up

Martin Simons has been named the new general manager of Fraser Coast Tourism and Events.

Spending by domestic visitors is up by 21%.

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