fraser council election 2016

Lead protester discusses concerns at council chambers.

Lead protester discusses concerns...

The organiser of the council protest Michael Weekes talks outside the chambers...

Council division declared but no date for first meeting

Council division declared but no date for first meeting

The final division was declared on Thursday

What would you like to see the new council achieve?

What would you like to see the new council achieve?

Upgrade of Tooth street shoulder so bike riders have somewhere to go

Light promises to focus on getting back to basics

Light promises to focus on getting back to basics

Cr Light said he was positive for the next four years of the region.

Look back on four years with mayor Gerard O'Connell

Look back on four years with mayor Gerard O'Connell

He was convincingly victorious, attracting 58% of the region’s vote.

Chapman pleased with where the Fraser Coast is headed

Chapman pleased with where the Fraser Coast is headed

Chapman pleased with where the region headed

Chris Loft talks about his plans as mayor

Chris Loft talks about his plans...

Incoming Fraser Coast mayor Chris Loft talks about his plans for the Fraser Coast...

Everard back to work for the region already

Everard back to work for the region already

Cr Everard has already rolled up his sleeves and gone to work

Paul Truscott "humbled" to take out division 3 honours

Paul Truscott "humbled" to take out division 3 honours

Mr Truscott told the Chronicle he was elated and humbled.

Sanderson says there will be project changes

Sanderson says there will be project changes

"We will be working with different people at the table."

Hansen to vote to stop sports precinct project

Hansen to vote to stop sports precinct project

The division one councillor won his division in a landslide

Four years with Gerard O'Connell

Four years with Gerard O'Connell

Looking back over the past four years during Gerard O'Connell's term as mayor of...

Two divisions officially declared in council election

Two divisions officially declared in council election

Divisions two and five have been officially declared.

Online glitch prematurely declares mayoral race

Online glitch prematurely declares mayoral race

But, the race is in fact too close to call.

All the votes are in and counted but it's too close to call

All the votes are in and counted but it's too close to call

The mayoral race and two divisions still remain too close to call.

A matter of few votes separate two divisions

A matter of few votes separate two divisions

With the race so close it could be sometime before a final result

Loft still ahead as count stalls for Easter break

Loft still ahead as count stalls for Easter break

Cr Loft still remains ahead with 17,723 votes.

How long will it be before we have a new mayor?

How long will it be before we have a new mayor?

Challenger and division three councillor Chris Loft has 17,740 votes

1550 votes separate Loft and O'Connell in fight for mayor

1550 votes separate Loft and O'Connell in fight for mayor

Over Easter Cr O’Connell trailed Cr Loft.

46,000 votes counted in the tight race between candidates

46,000 votes counted in the tight race between candidates

Candidates are sitting and waiting while the ECQ continues the count

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