Queensland News

Mon 15 Oct 2018

Girls found in hedge after allegedly fleeing stolen car

Girls found in hedge after allegedly fleeing stolen car

A PAIR of teenage girls have been charged and two remain on the run after crashing an allegedly stolen car in Aitkenvale.

Gastro outbreak hits Bowen

Gastro outbreak hits Bowen

BOWEN residents have been urged to take action following a gastroenteritis outbreak.

NRL star reveals his family devastation

NRL star reveals his family devastation

AS the footy world was crashing down on his head this season, Ben Hunt was dealing with much more severe pain and hearbreak behind the scenes.

Prince Harry and The Duchess of Sussex to meet paramedics

Prince Harry and The Duchess of Sussex to meet paramedics

The inspiring acts of two paramedics who took a palliative care patient to the ocean one last time has captured royal attention

House sitter found dead in pool of blood

House sitter found dead in pool of blood

POLICE are investigating the death of a man in Brisbane after his body was found next to a trail of blood in a house he was minding overnight.

Aussie retailers ridiculous $2300 ‘Woolies bag’

Aussie retailers ridiculous $2300 ‘Woolies bag’

AN UPPER class retailer has really embraced the plastic bag ban. For the price of three months’ worth of groceries, you can finally do your shopping in style.

Holy f---! Two? I've got more than $1.98 million?

Holy f---! Two? I've got more than $1.98 million?

Coast man plans to help out parents with Gold Lotto win

New twist looming for Barnaby Joyce's career

New twist looming for Barnaby Joyce's career

BARNABY Joyce’s career could take an unthinkable twist in the wake of his scandalous affair with former staffer Vikki Campion.

Dam water releases start, another 56mm of rain on the way

Dam water releases start, another 56mm of rain on the way

Showers will likely persist until at least the weekend with falls of up to 56mm over five days

New focus of Dreamworld inquest

New focus of Dreamworld inquest

THE inquest into the deaths of four tourists at Dreamworld will focus on external contractors as it resumes today for a second week of hearings.

Children charged with sports facility shed arson

Children charged with sports facility shed arson

UPDATE: Fire caused significant damage to shed over the weekend

Pro-life groups caught misleading women, MP says

Pro-life groups caught misleading women, MP says

'Pro-life' groups have been put on notice after MP announces some organisations have given misleading information.

Three men on 230 drug supply charges after major operation

Three men on 230 drug supply charges after major operation

MORE than 70 people have been charged with 670 offences after a major drug operation was closed in Toowoomba.

Explosive device found in police raid

Explosive device found in police raid

HOMEMADE bombs, guns, ammunition and drugs have been found during a raid of a home yesterday south of Brisbane. Three people have been charged.

Law firm warns employers against refusing workers to rally

Law firm warns employers against refusing workers to rally

AN INDUSTRIAL law firm has warned employers who refuse to allow employees to take leave to attend this month's union rally may be breaking workplace laws.

Sun 14 Oct 2018

Wettest October in 15 years for Qld town

Wettest October in 15 years for Qld town

DALBY has recorded its wettest October in 15 years as the rainy weather continues with another 45mm expected for some areas of the southeast.

Why we are launching our new campaign #ThanksForServing

Why we are launching our new campaign #ThanksForServing

Their sacrifices are unique; so are their challenges. Victoria Cross winner Daniel Keighran says there’s one thing we can do to help veterans and families.

Man charged over woman’s death in Cape York

Man charged over woman’s death in Cape York

UPDATE: A man has been charged following the suspicious death of a woman in Cape York.

Qld boy launches campaign to 'stop bullies': You can help

Qld boy launches campaign to 'stop bullies': You can help

AN 11-year-old schoolboy has had enough. He is taking a top-down approach to tackling bullies and has a petition before the state parliament.

Once-in-a-decade waves pound Coast beach

Once-in-a-decade waves pound Coast beach

Waves on a Sunshine Coast strip hit their highest peak in years.

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