24 Nov 2014
A TRAWLER fisherman accused of choking an aging sex worker and robbing her at a Hervey Bay motel has been allowed bail.
21 Nov 2014
WHEN most families are fast asleep, Mick Bleakley is one of the many officers leaving his behind to start a gruelling 10pm–6am night shift.
20 Nov 2014
THE growing trend of using phones and social media to encourage violence has been condemned by Federal Justice Minister Michael Keenan.
19 Nov 2014
TWELVE years after she was forced to walk down a cold corridor and identify the broken body of her only daughter, Ligita Sternbergs is no less angry.
18 Nov 2014
EVERY November, the family of Maryborough man Robert Learmonth celebrates what should have been a milestone in a life cut short on the steps of a nightclub.
15 Nov 2014
THE impact Uniting Church Minister and community champion Brian Hoole has had on Hervey Bay will likely be felt for many years to come.
16 Nov 2014
JEREMY Woods has seen trauma in its rawest form but 10 years into his career he still struggles to comprehend the damage one person can inflict on another.
14 Nov 2014
A YOUNG child suffered serious damage to his eye and a teen was treated for suspected facial fractures in two unrelated alleged assaults in the area’s schools.
13 Nov 2014
BULLETPROOF glass was shattered and a cell block office destroyed in what the union describes as the worst riot at Maryborough prison in more than five years.