May 2015

Published a story 29th May 2015 9:37 AM

FIT for life rather than fit in the gym is the mantra Elisha Manion and Luke Guinane both live by.

Elisha and Luke bring Crossfit to the Capricorn Coast

FIT for life rather than fit in the gym is the mantra Elisha Manion and Luke Guinane both live by.

Published a story 29th May 2015 8:14 AM

COOEE Bay Beach is a beautiful spot. But after Marcia tore through, and with constant harsh weather, its shoreline has become something of an eyesore.

How should we fix our region's beaches after Cyclone Marcia?

COOEE Bay Beach is a beautiful spot. But after Marcia tore through, and with constant harsh weather, its shoreline has become something of an eyesore.

Published a story 29th May 2015 6:48 AM

John and his team of volunteers from BlazeAid, have made a tremendous difference to people’s lives here.

Blazing a trail of community spirit cleaning up after Marcia

John and his team of volunteers from BlazeAid, have made a tremendous difference to people’s lives here.

Published a story 29th May 2015 6:41 AM

JACKSON is now one of the head chefs at the Yeppoon skate park, where Daniel holds a barbecue for the local skaters almost every Saturday.

Skaters serving skaters sends strong message

JACKSON is now one of the head chefs at the Yeppoon skate park, where Daniel holds a barbecue for the local skaters almost every Saturday.

Published a story 28th May 2015 1:34 PM

LUKE and Bill Gannon have brought a piece of Melbourne to Yeppoon in the form of a mural that celebrates one of the town’s most well-known spots – pie alley.

Former Yeppoon man turns Pie Alley into perfect picture

LUKE and Bill Gannon have brought a piece of Melbourne to Yeppoon in the form of a mural that celebrates one of the town’s most well-known spots – pie alley.

Published a story 28th May 2015 12:34 PM

AS John Peach looks over the large fenced-off block of land on Anzac Pde, the vision of a multi-million dollar development is vivid in his mind.

Land off Anzac Parade ripe for multi-million development

AS John Peach looks over the large fenced-off block of land on Anzac Pde, the vision of a multi-million dollar development is vivid in his mind.

Published a story 28th May 2015 12:17 PM

“COUNCIL claim that it is safe to travel at 50km through this narrow stretch of road. They don’t live here!”

Street danger out of control along Statue Bay detour

“COUNCIL claim that it is safe to travel at 50km through this narrow stretch of road. They don’t live here!”

Published a story 22nd May 2015 7:14 PM

WITH the value of Central Queensland’s boats being in excess of $100 million, an action group is looking to ramp up waterway access.

CQ boaties ramp up campaign for much-needed infrastructure

WITH the value of Central Queensland’s boats being in excess of $100 million, an action group is looking to ramp up waterway access.

Published a story 22nd May 2015 1:39 PM

IT WAS the straw that broke the camel’s back when shop owner Daniel Lent was hit by a passing skateboarder last week.

‘They're like kamikazes on mobile phones on skateboards’

IT WAS the straw that broke the camel’s back when shop owner Daniel Lent was hit by a passing skateboarder last week.

Published a story 15th May 2015 9:49 AM

HE’S travelled the country hauling sound equipment for some of the world’s biggest bands.

Community radio station to hold open day for listeners

HE’S travelled the country hauling sound equipment for some of the world’s biggest bands.

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