FRASER COAST QLD OP RESULTS: Who topped the class for 2018

QLDWHEN Bronte-Rae McCutcheon accidentally sat next to an astrophysicist, she had a light bulb moment for her future career.

“He was the most interesting person I’ve ever met,” Bronte-Rae said.

The Fraser Coast Anglican College graduate received her OP2 score at the weekend alongside the rest of her 2018 graduating cohort across Queensland.

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Fraser Coast Anglican College has been ranked in QLD’s top 20 schools

Fraser Coast Anglican College has been ranked 19th across Queensland in the 2017 OP Achievers List.

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Xmas comes early for young Addie with this monster catch


HOOKED: 12-year-old Addie Priala with his father, Addie, on Urangan Pier where he reeled in a large flathead on his new rod and reel.Alistair Brightman

ADDIE Priala thought all his Christmas’ had come at once when he pulled in a flathead half his size off the Urangan Pier.

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This is the human interest story of a couple with a 3year old child who financed through FMI  First Mortgage Investments P/L & were thrown out of their home because of misuse of due process by the court system &  finance providers

The owners of the home in Hunter St Torbanlea obtained a loan from First Mortgage investments Pty Ltd acting for First Mortgage Management Investments Pty Ltd

The local FC bailiff  was instructed under a warrant obtained by First Mortgage Investments Pty Ltd which was in question by the home owners as to its validity & legality but still was acted on by the bailiff

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Enjoy these great 20 more photos in series 2 of timber homes photographed at random over time to give one an idea of the character of some of the houses in this fantastic timber heritage city Maryborough Queensland Australia.No addresses revealed just the pics.

Series two of 20 more timber home in Maryborough QLD.

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Hervey Bay 100 marathon winner secures IRONMAN South America title

IRONMAN: The woman responsible for the greatest individual female performance in Hervey Bay 100 history has continued her dominance at the international level.

Sarah Crowley, the 2017 world long distance triathlon champion, was unbeatable on her march to victory in the open women’s race at the Beach House Hotel Hervey Bay 100 on November 18.

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Record-breaking Marlin hooked off the Fraser Coast Qld.

CROWDS gasped in awe as the heaviest black marlin Australia has seen in more than 30 years was weighed in Hervey Bay.

The gigantic 649kg fish was caught after a two-hour battle yesterday afternoon by Rob Crane aboard the 76ft Viking Boat Too Easy.

Less than 5kg off the world record, the marlin was so large it had to be winched by crane from the Gold Coast fishing crew’s boat to the Urangan Slipway.

The almost 650kg prize catch was caught on a $10 homemade lure east of Lady Musgrave Island.

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Plane factory to create 200 Fraser Coast new jobs

AN AEROPLANE factory is in motion to bring & provide 200 full-time, long-term jobs to the Fraser Coast.Qld.

Astro Aero will build a high-tech aircraft manufacturing facility on a greenfield site at the Hervey Bay Airport. Qld Australia

This was confirmed at Wednesday’s Fraser Coast Council meeting where mayor George Seymour flagged strong council support for both the aero factory and the $60million Rheinmetall/NIOA munitions factory set to be built in Maryborough.Qld

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HISTORIC: Never seen before photos of the Fraser Coast region uncovered

IN AN incredible twist of fate, 82 glass negatives from the late 1800s to early 1900s – donated by three different Fraser Coast families – have all found their way to the QLD Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum.

There are many pieces to the pie-chart-like puzzle, starting with a pioneering family called the Hendersons who discovered the first lot of glass negatives under an old home in Pialba and donated the small collection to the museum about eight years ago.

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Thousands of bass fingerlings released into Lake Lenthall

THOUSANDS of Australian Bass fingerlings have been released into Lake Lenthall as part of an annual restocking program to rejuvenate the fish population.

The fingerlings were released by members of the Fraser Coast Fish
Stocking Association on Saturday in conjunction with Wide Bay Water and
Waste Services as part of National Water Week.

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