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Belly flops ‘just not cricket’ in Australia Day games
Fraser Coast's lovable mascot Harvey the Whale has been warned against belly flops when takes on Polly the Parrot, Blazer, Cluedo and other local mascots in an Australia Day race on January 26, 2016.
All hands on deck for Rotary workshop
Fraser Coast people have opened their hearts and wallets to give landmine victims a new lease on life with donations of prosthetic hands that will be distributed in countries such as Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, India and Thailand.
In keeping with the original style, the home was built with tin and timber. Daphne has completed the beach look with original Hervey Bay artworks throughout.
Old-but-new Vietnam shed
The shed that was to be used as a soldiers’ mess hall on the battlefields of Vietnam now stands proudly at the beach-side town of Toogoom near Hervey Bay.
Travel Gallery – Northern Territory
Butchulla victory on Fraser Island native title claim
It was an emotional day for the 450 Butchulla people who had gathered to witness the historic occasion on Fraser Island. Butchulla elder Fiona Foley said the decision had been 18 years in the making.
Turia Pitt brings message of resilience
Rotary Club of Maryborough Sunrise president Robyn Dowling said Ms Pitt's story of survival against extraordinary odds was a testament to the human spirit.
Remembering the Anzacs
Remembering Anzacs as we commemorate 100 years since the Gallipoli landings and a century of Anzac spirit at Maryborough, Queensland.
Read about Baddow House in Queensland Homes
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