September 2019

Published a story 19th Sep 2019 3:03 PM

Before the cell is full, the council will start work on the next cell - the ninth on site.

Rubbish turned into electricity source at landfill site

Before the cell is full, the council will start work on the next cell - the ninth on site.

Published a story 19th Sep 2019 2:26 PM

A passer-by assisted police with catching the stallion

WHOA BOY: Police reign in love-struck stallion

A passer-by assisted police with catching the stallion

Published a story 19th Sep 2019 9:01 AM

In July, the council announced a $2.5 million makeover of the road and footpaths of Kent St

Past decade has been one of change, improvement for M'boro

In July, the council announced a $2.5 million makeover of the road and footpaths of Kent St

Published a story 18th Sep 2019 3:58 PM

The man was charged with dangerous conduct of a weapon

Bay teen arrested for drive-by gel shooting

The man was charged with dangerous conduct of a weapon

Published a story 18th Sep 2019 3:38 PM

Across Australia, an estimated 447,000 people have the disease.

SURVEY: High dementia rates on Coast

Across Australia, an estimated 447,000 people have the disease.

Published a story 18th Sep 2019 3:30 PM

BAC will now<u> </u>start direct negotiations with the State Government.

Butchulla compensation claim withdrawn from court

BAC will now start direct negotiations with the State Government.

Published a story 18th Sep 2019 3:22 PM

Wotif will put on an entire festival for one winning destination by the end of the year.

FESTIVAL: Fraser Coast gets ready to paint town red

Wotif will put on an entire festival for one winning destination by the end of the year.

Published a story 18th Sep 2019 10:46 AM

Now, 120 young men and women attend the school and help deliver positive educational outcomes for its students.

EDUCATION: Offering an alternative to mainstream schooling

Now, 120 young men and women attend the school and help deliver positive educational outcomes for its students.

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Coming from Newcastle in New South Wales, Carlie completed an arts degree before moving to the Fraser Coast. She has been with the Chronicle since 2007.