August 2015

Voted in a poll 13th Aug 2015 6:06 PM

Published a story 13th Aug 2015 10:29 AM

THE Fraser Coast Chronicle’s chief photographer Alistair Brightman has been named a finalist in a major newspaper award for this wartime reflection portrait.

Chronicle photographer finalist in major newspaper award

THE Fraser Coast Chronicle’s chief photographer Alistair Brightman has been named a finalist in a major newspaper award for this wartime reflection portrait.

Published a story 11th Aug 2015 8:16 PM

DAVID Miller will always be remembered as a man who loved his family, friends and job.

Fund set up to cover funeral costs for loved step-dad

DAVID Miller will always be remembered as a man who loved his family, friends and job.

Published a story 7th Aug 2015 7:40 AM

EDITORIAL: I’m not one to complain and when I do, it’s usually about the complaints of others.

EDITORIAL: Patience can make us all a bit happier

EDITORIAL: I’m not one to complain and when I do, it’s usually about the complaints of others.

Published a story 6th Aug 2015 8:30 AM

OUR SAY: I'm not a registered donor, but my wife and my family know I want every bit of me donated to whoever wants it.

EDITORIAL: As a donor you’ll give someone a shot at life

OUR SAY: I'm not a registered donor, but my wife and my family know I want every bit of me donated to whoever wants it.

Published a story 5th Aug 2015 9:55 AM

By talking about domestic violence and raising awareness we can continue to identify how widespread it is in the community and find ways to tackle it.

EDITORIAL: DV is an invisible scourge in every community

By talking about domestic violence and raising awareness we can continue to identify how widespread it is in the community and find ways to tackle it.

Published a story 4th Aug 2015 9:13 AM

EDITORIAL: What I find awful is the fact this man didn’t apologise for killing a beautiful and protected creature, but for killing one that was well known.

EDITORIAL: Hunting beautiful animals isn't appealing

EDITORIAL: What I find awful is the fact this man didn’t apologise for killing a beautiful and protected creature, but for killing one that was well known.

July 2015

Published a story 28th Jul 2015 8:55 AM

Deputy EditorJordan PhilpJordan.philp@frasercoastchronicle.com.auIT IS  encouraging to see the Fraser Coast Regional Council putting people through the Work for the Dole program.

Good to see work done for the dole

Deputy EditorJordan PhilpJordan.philp@frasercoastchronicle.com.auIT IS encouraging to see the Fraser Coast Regional Council putting people through the Work for the Dole program.

Published a story 23rd Jul 2015 7:58 PM

YOU know something is wrong with Queensland’s justice system when we have child sex offenders getting four months for their sickening crimes.

Comment: Punishment just doesn’t fit the crime

YOU know something is wrong with Queensland’s justice system when we have child sex offenders getting four months for their sickening crimes.

Published a story 22nd Jul 2015 8:51 PM

BRONWYN Bishop’s ‘Choppergate’ scandal has brought to light some of the   excessive spending among Australia’s politicians.

Comment: Pollies too loose with public purse

BRONWYN Bishop’s ‘Choppergate’ scandal has brought to light some of the excessive spending among Australia’s politicians.

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