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Maryborough’s history of train building, the changing natural world, the wonder of music, an annual art competition and artworks made of glass are the focus of five exhibitions at Gatakers Artspace.
Fines for illegally parking in a spot reserved for a person with a disability could more than double and regulated parking areas would be updated under proposed changes to Fraser Coast local laws.
Jobseekers of all ages are being encouraged to go along to next week’s Fraser Coast Industry & Careers Showcase to tap into current job vacancies, apprenticeship opportunities and career pathways.
Fraser Coast residents of all ages will have the opportunity to experience expert ballet classes during a visit from the Queensland Ballet.
The $4.4 million refurbishment of the main hall at the Maryborough Showgrounds and Equestrian Park has finished just in time for the annual Fraser Coast Show.
The Fraser Coast Regional Council will sell a block of land in Royle Street to the Riverside Christian College to facilitate the school’s expansion.
Building works for the first phase of the multi-million-dollar redevelopment of the Scarness Caravan Park will start soon.
Public toilets in Boonooroo will be boosted with a new single, unisex, all-accessible toilet to be built at Annie E Davies Memorial Park (sports ground) in the 2023/24 financial year.
The Gatakers Creative Space has become a thriving hub for artists, community groups and residents to connect, create and collaborate since it opened a year ago.
Motorists will have safer and smoother journeys through Maryborough following an almost $4 million upgrade of a key road in the heritage city.
Displays of orchids, bonsai and bromeliads, as well as garden tours and talks, are highlights of the Botanic Garden Australia and New Zealand Open Day at the Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens.
The intersection of Pulgul and Moolyyir streets in Urangan has undergone a major revamp that will significantly enhance the safety of pedestrians and motorists using the crossroad.
Fraser Coast TAFE students learning engineering metal fabrication have used their new skills to develop six sandbag filling stations to assist the local community during emergencies.
The safety of cyclists navigating the roundabout at the intersection of the Maryborough-Hervey Bay Road/Old Maryborough Road and Boat Harbour Drive will be given a boost in works to start on Friday.
The Fraser Coast Dementia Alliance will host a photographic exhibition as part of Dementia Awareness Week activities during September.