Jessica Grewal

Jessica Grewal
  • Joined: Apr 2012
  • published: 1234

Published a story 9:20am Jul 31st

LOOMING fee hikes across all major universities could see an influx of city students packing their bags and heading for the Fraser Coast.

Fees may send city students packing to country

31 Jul 2014

LOOMING fee hikes across all major universities could see an influx of city students packing their bags and heading for the Fraser Coast.

Published a story 7:59am Jul 31st

<strong>UPDATE: </strong>Premier Campbell Newman has launched the Queensland Plan and opened the Local Government Association conference in Hervey Bay.

Decentralisation of govt depts may bring jobs

31 Jul 2014

UPDATE: Premier Campbell Newman has launched the Queensland Plan and opened the Local Government Association conference in Hervey Bay.

Published a story 9:08pm Jul 30th

A MARYBOROUGH man is expected to be charged with drink-driving after crashing into the wall of the Shamrock Hotel bottle shop on Wednesday.

Charges likely after car crashes into hotel wall

31 Jul 2014

A MARYBOROUGH man is expected to be charged with drink-driving after crashing into the wall of the Shamrock Hotel bottle shop on Wednesday.

Published a story 8:41pm Jul 30th

A MAN who took to an unwelcome visitor with a machete was “entitled to defend himself in his own home”, a court has heard.

Court hears machete man acted in self-defence

31 Jul 2014

A MAN who took to an unwelcome visitor with a machete was “entitled to defend himself in his own home”, a court has heard.

Published a story 9:50am Jul 29th

POLICE are investigating how a car ended up in the railway corridor at Torbanlea near the level crossing on Tuesday morning.

Police investigating mystery of car near rail lines

29 Jul 2014

POLICE are investigating how a car ended up in the railway corridor at Torbanlea near the level crossing on Tuesday morning.

Published a story 11:37am Jul 28th

A POLICE push to get boozy drivers off Fraser Coast streets is being felt in the region’s court rooms where record numbers of accused offenders are appearing.

Campaign to target drink drivers pays off

29 Jul 2014

A POLICE push to get boozy drivers off Fraser Coast streets is being felt in the region’s court rooms where record numbers of accused offenders are appearing.

Published a story 9:09am Jul 28th

ONE of Hervey Bay’s longest serving and most respected police officers is clocking off to literally follow the Yellow Brick Road.

Hervey Bay officer steps away from thin blue line

28 Jul 2014

ONE of Hervey Bay’s longest serving and most respected police officers is clocking off to literally follow the Yellow Brick Road.

Published a story 9:27pm Jul 27th

A YOUNG man who bashed a teenager in an alcohol-fuelled attack, causing $50,000 worth of dental damage, has been sentenced to 12 months jail.

Assault causes $50,000 worth of dental damage

28 Jul 2014

A YOUNG man who bashed a teenager in an alcohol-fuelled attack, causing $50,000 worth of dental damage, has been sentenced to 12 months jail.

Published a story 8:55pm Jul 24th

HE HAS survived floods, droughts and economic crashes but few things have rattled  cane farmer John Stevens like losing an entire crop to senseless firebugs.

It's arson or I'm a methodist preacher, says canegrower

25 Jul 2014

HE HAS survived floods, droughts and economic crashes but few things have rattled cane farmer John Stevens like losing an entire crop to senseless firebugs.

Published a story 8:20pm Jul 24th

CANEGROWERS are looking at their worst year in living memory, with more than 40 farmers unable to produce a crop for this season’s crush.

Worst year in living memory for canegrowers

25 Jul 2014

CANEGROWERS are looking at their worst year in living memory, with more than 40 farmers unable to produce a crop for this season’s crush.

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