Jessica Grewal

Jessica Grewal
  • Joined: Apr 2012
  • published: 1293

Published a story 7:59am Oct 2nd

CONTROLLED burns have been carried out in Hervey Bay in an effort to destroy tempting fuel for firebugs and reduce the region’s bushfire risk.

Burn-offs at Point Vernon to reduce firebug risk

2 Oct 2014

CONTROLLED burns have been carried out in Hervey Bay in an effort to destroy tempting fuel for firebugs and reduce the region’s bushfire risk.

Published a story 5:54pm Oct 1st

A WOMAN charged over the alleged bashing of a pet dog, was kicked out of her home and is now living in a tent with her ex-con boyfriend, a court has heard.

Alleged dog basher fined $2000 for driving offences

2 Oct 2014

A WOMAN charged over the alleged bashing of a pet dog, was kicked out of her home and is now living in a tent with her ex-con boyfriend, a court has heard.

Published a story 8:52am Oct 1st

HERVEY Bay residents should expect smoke haze on Wednesday as firefighters carry out controlled burns.

Controlled burns in Point Vernon area on Wednesday

1 Oct 2014

HERVEY Bay residents should expect smoke haze on Wednesday as firefighters carry out controlled burns.

Published a story 5:34pm Sep 30th

A SERIAL sex offender with an “uncontrollable appetite” for young boys could be out of jail and living back in Maryborough as early as February.

Offender with a lust for boys may soon be on parole

1 Oct 2014

A SERIAL sex offender with an “uncontrollable appetite” for young boys could be out of jail and living back in Maryborough as early as February.

Published a story 6:24pm Sep 29th

A CONVICTED criminal who stole alcohol from a bottle shop to toast the end of his parole will have to wait until Christmas before he can celebrate again.

Criminal stole alcohol from bottle shop to toast his parole

30 Sep 2014

A CONVICTED criminal who stole alcohol from a bottle shop to toast the end of his parole will have to wait until Christmas before he can celebrate again.

Published a story 1:38pm Sep 29th

AN EMPTY seat was hard to come by at Hervey Bay’s Uniting Church as the community joined the Maryborough Patrol Group in honouring their fallen colleagues.

Police honour fallen colleagues at Hervey Bay Uniting Church

29 Sep 2014

AN EMPTY seat was hard to come by at Hervey Bay’s Uniting Church as the community joined the Maryborough Patrol Group in honouring their fallen colleagues.

Published a story 8:20am Sep 29th

<strong>OPINION: </strong>THE decision to swap Hervey Bay’s favourite float parade for a “greener” option shows how out of touch Fraser Coast Opportunities is.

Parade changes are an Opportunity lost

29 Sep 2014

OPINION: THE decision to swap Hervey Bay’s favourite float parade for a “greener” option shows how out of touch Fraser Coast Opportunities is.

Published a story 6:49pm Sep 26th

FURTHER changes to the annual Whale Festival Illumination Parade have pushed the event back to October 18.

Parade pushed back while floats get replaced

27 Sep 2014

FURTHER changes to the annual Whale Festival Illumination Parade have pushed the event back to October 18.

Published a story 6:27pm Sep 24th

KELLIE Davies always believed “something wasn’t right” with her neighbour and on Wednesday heavily armed police swarmed her Urangan unit block.

Siege at Urangan was the finale to ‘years of trouble’

25 Sep 2014

KELLIE Davies always believed “something wasn’t right” with her neighbour and on Wednesday heavily armed police swarmed her Urangan unit block.

Published a story 5:27pm Sep 23rd

BLOOD-stained syringes fell from the ceiling during raids of a car carrying a child and a suspected meth lab set-up, police will allege.

Court hears of bloody syringes as man remains in custody

24 Sep 2014

BLOOD-stained syringes fell from the ceiling during raids of a car carrying a child and a suspected meth lab set-up, police will allege.

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