Years of collecting washed up ocean rubbish from around Australia and a creative eye has proved profitable for Heather Johnston at this year’s Fraser Coast Waste to Art competition.
A major upgrade to one of Hervey Bay’s busiest road intersections is progressing as part of the $59 million Bunnings development on the corner of McLiver Street and Main Street.
Travel times to reach the coast have been cut for Bauple and Tiaro residents.
A screen-printed cloak made from recycled denim created by a group of at-risk teenagers will be a highlight of the Waste to Art Exhibition.
Getting to school will be a little easier for students attending the Hervey Bay Special School or the Kawungan State School thanks to a footpath installed by the Fraser Coast Regional Council.
Fraser Coast residents wanting to learn more about how to apply for Council grants are encouraged to attend one of the information sessions being held throughout the region this month.
Fast fact: polystyrene packaging is light, helps protect items in transit and can take up a lot of space in landfill if not recycled.
Fraser Coast residents are being encouraged to provide feedback on a proposal to allow people to let family or friends to live in a caravan on their yard for up to six months.
Fraser Coast not-for-profit organisations are invited to apply for grants to help communities directly impacted by the 2022 floods to heal and recover.
An avenue of 36 Queensland blue gums has been planted down a drainage reserve off Jeppesen Street at Toogoom.
Budding Ninjas can queue up from tomorrow (Saturday, November 5) to attempt to claim the crown at the Aqua Ninja course at WetSide in Hervey Bay.
Fraser Coast residents are invited to have their say on a proposal to change local laws for the use of personal mobility devices on footpaths.
Fraser Coast sport and recreation groups wanting support to improve their facilities can now apply for Council grants.
The Fraser Coast Regional Council has bought a block of land beside the existing Glenwood Community Hall to provide additional car parking and for future community assets such a playground.
An architect, managers of two museums and historians have been appointed to the Fraser Coast Heritage Advisory Committee.