Teenage rodeo star whips Kiwis

EBONY Labuschewski has returned home after tearing up the rodeo circuit in New Zealand.

Jodi puts in her service

Jodi Twiner (front), St Vincent de Paul's Janine Krueger (back left) and Anglicare's Fay Boal (right) at Vinnies Biloela on Monday morning. Photo Andrew Thorpe / Central Telegraph

Anglicare program helps Jodi to help people.

Paul Moon eyes return to local politics

Division 1 candidate Paul Moon.

Former councillor to stand in Division 1.

Workers made redundant as Cockatoo Coal mine on hold

DIVIDED OPINION: Concerns have been raised about the impacts of the proposed Colton coal mine project on the Fraser Coast, but some small town representatives say coal mines have “been a great benefit” to their regions.

Administrators were appointed to the mine on November 16 last year

Work needed to prepare flood ferry for stranded students

SIGNED OFF: Laurie Parker used to operate Baralaba ferry.

Council working to get staff, licences for ferry in place

Mayor cops third reprimand for inappropriate conduct

Banana Shire Mayor Ron Carige speaks to the media at Thangool Races on January 23. Photo Andrew Thorpe / Central Telegraph

Carige pulled up on 'PCYC gym' comments.

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Absolute mayhem was par for the course on the bouncy castle. Photo Andrew Thorpe / Central Telegraph

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South Burnett storm damage

Storm damage from Friday January 29. Contributed

Damage from Friday January 29, storms.

Clean up in Scarness

Storm clean up - Clean up began in the early hours on Scarness Esplanade. Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The clean-up has began after storms lashed the Fraser Coast on Friday night.

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NUMBER 10: The tallest inflatable slide is 12.90 m high and was achieved by The Beachouse (Australia) as measured at the Brian Nadilo Reserve in Glenelg, Australia, on 27 November 2015.

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Before and after Lorne bushfires

"They were fair dinkum that it was a serious threat so I just packed the car and went," Ms Hawksworth said. "It's one of the driest years I've ever had, the grass crackles under foot. This is the third year I've had stuff packed next to my door. When I decided to go, I just put that in the car, grabbed some clothes and my pets and was off."
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Kandanga Hotel burns to the ground

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