A sea of orange surrounded Bill Shorten as he stood on a podium before a crowd chosen for their appetite for jobs news.
ISLA Shinners, 8, was a long way from home when spotted by the Chronicle digging in the sand beside the Urangan Pier relishing in the amazing summer weather, which is here to stay.
A female police officer had her genitals grabbed by a man as she attempted to arrest him at Richmond St, Maryborough.
Quick action by Urangan residents has prevented the removal of the tallest tree in Pilot St... for now.
With its Mary Poppins decorations and signature umbrella stencilled coffee, A Spoon Full of Sugar Cafe has become an integral part of the Heritage City.
A disqualified driver from Boonooroo who has repeatedly turned a deaf ear to court orders has been sent to jail.
A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy was attacked by a group of dingoes as he walked along a beach at Fraser Island.
The 58-year-old man, known as Wayne, died in hospital nine days after being targeted just outside his unit at Alice St, across the road from a primary school.
Bailey, like other boys his age, enjoys beer, playing pool and girls. But he also has a rare terminal disease called leukodystrophy.
Proudly stating she was “62 years young”, she told Magistrate Terry Duroux “don’t get cranky” as he began to speak sternly to her.