North Burnett community clubs are cashing in

NORTH Burnett clubs are more than $220,000 richer thanks to state government funding.

How to stop Facebook from grabbing your data

How Facebook can grab your data, and what to do to stop it

Celebrating women in agriculture

SUPPORT: The Women in Agriculture Day celebrated the amazing women in rural communities.

The perfect opportunity for Burnett women in agriculture to connect.

Players continue to enjoy darts season

Lenny Akacich playing darts on Wednesday night.

The Mundubbera Darts Association continues with five teams.

Showgrounds set for major upgrade

Committee member Barry Wait was thrilled to hear the news about the grant to upgrade the showgrounds.

Monto Showgrounds will receive a $35,00 upgrade to the cattle yards.

Goondicum mine on track to reopen

ECONOMIC BOOST: A price crash in 2015 brought to a halt ilmenite mining, but it will resume in Monto by the end of the year.

Goondicum mine is on track to reopen by the end of the year.

Riders prepare for another campdraft

READ THE BEAST: Eidsvold's Ben Wheller gives his all at the Proston campdraft.

The annual Eidsvold Golden Bell campdraft returns.

Australia brings home gold in mini games

AUSSIE ALL THE WAY: Biggenden State School acting principal Greg Smith and North Burnett Regional Council community development officer Greg Watkins with the Australian team, the winners of the Commonwealth Games activities on Friday.

Australia dominated at Friday's mini Commonwealth Games events.

Teen raises money for local league

DEDICATED FAN: Jamie Cooper is raising funds for the Gayndah Gladiators after they were stolen from last year.

LOCAL teen is fundraising for the Gladiators after theft.

Local Lions plant fig for 100 years

INTERNATIONAL BRANCHES: Councillor John Zahl with Bill Mellor and Henry Harmon planting a fig tree to commemorate 100 years of Lions Clubs International.

Gayndah Lions planted a fig tree for 100 years of Lions Clubs.

ANZ customers left stranded and cashless

Furious ANZ customers have been left without access to many of the bank’s online services.

Customers have been left without access to banking services

Three things Facebook didn’t say

Three things Zuckerberg didn’t say in public statement.

He wrote of “what happened” instead of “what we did".

Australians to be hit with shopping tax

Online shopping could soon be that little bit more expensive.

Tax would affect 90 per cent of deliveries

'Conspiracy theory' comment cited as coal tussle reignited

Tanya Plant and Aileen Harrison celebrate a decision last month denying New Acland an environmental authority. But NAC has gone back to court, asking a judge to review last year's Land Court ruling on the same expansion plan.

Judge's 'robust' language a bone of contention 

Transport industry fears delays will stunt state's growth

An oversized truck on Warrego Hwy near Chinchilla.

Delivery of stock vital for projects delayed

‘Dumb f**ks’: The words coming back to bite Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook is in full on defence mode. Picture: Tobias schwarz

‘Dumb f**ks’: The two words coming back to bite Mark Zuckerberg

Teen's neck bones restricting her breathing

BRAVE TEEN: Tori Punch has a rare condition called proteus syndrome.

Bundy teen's neck bones restricting her breathing

More details revealed about helicopter crash passengers

Footage of the site where a helicopter crashed yesterday afternoon killing two people and injuring three others.

Bystanders pulled victims from chopper police say

Why trainer Tom Noble's land cannot be seized

Queensland greyhound trainer Tom Noble

Disgraced trainer relieved after state loses bid to take his home

Rain, rain and more bloody rain

Huge amounts of rain fell over the Newcastle, the NSW Central Coast and Hunter Valley in the 24 hours up to 9am Thursday. Picture: Bureau of Meteorology

An already sodden NSW is in for more rain, as is Queensland

Shorten praises Biloela over support for refugee family

LAST-MINUTE REPRIEVE: Priya (right) and her husband Nadesalingam with their daughter Dharuniga.

The Opposition Leader says he will study the matter.

Nurses fight ‘white privilege’ code

A new code of conduct came into effect in March, and many are unhappy.

Australian nursing and midwifery code of conduct slammed

How to speed up your metabolism and lose weight

Building more muscle means your body burns more calories and your metabolism is boosted. How much exercise burns off a treat?

The key to speeding up your metabolism and losing weight

Shocking moment self-drive Uber hits pedestrian

The moment the Uber passenger realised what had happened.

Footage shows the moment a self-driving Uber struck a pedestrian

MAFS twins sizzle in men’s magazine

Married At First Sight twins Sharon and Michelle Marsh. Picture: MAXIM

Pair say show editing leaves things out of context

Man behind racist Centrelink rant ‘in tears’

Footage of the racist rant at the Centrelink at Salisbury, Adelaide went viral.

Man who abused staff at Salisbury Centrelink apologises

Cop in court over Justine’s death

Justine Damond Ruszczyk and her fiance Don Damond lived together for two years before her death. Picture: Supplied

The young officer’s bail was set at $520,000

Zuckerberg breaks his silence amid Facebook crisis

Mark Zuckerberg is facing calls to appear in person in front of politicians. Picture: Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Facebook founder comments on Cambridge Analytica scandal

Trump issues astonishing threat

Mr Trump, 71, responded to the taunts of ‘Mr Tough Guy’ Mr Biden, 75, in an early morning tweet.

‘He’d go down fast and hard’: Trump in verbal smackdown with ‘crazy’ Joe Biden

Cop who shot Justine walks out

Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor leaving the Hennepin County jail with his attorney, Thomas Plunkett, after posting bail. Picture: Chris Juhn

Police officer who shot unarmed Australian Justine Damond walks free

'They should leave everything': Politician on white farmers

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema. Picture: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP

South African politician says Australia is a ‘racist country’

Coast man's dreaded haircut to raise money for a cause

BYE 'LOCS: Coast man Rohann Balfour is shaving off his massive dreadlocks that he has been growing for sixteen years to raise money for the Cancer Council.

Rohann Balfour is shaving off 17 years worth of dreadlocks growth.

The best (and worst) ways to kill a cane toad

Cane toads are a highly invasive species and are regarded as a major environmental pest in Australia.

"Splash the tears of a trust-fund hipster on its third eye"

FISHING TAILS: Oh dear, he has no rear!

CQ fisherman Evan Thompson with the no tail barramundi.

A tail of survival of the 'fishest'

Can you spot the snake in this car engine?

Can you spot the snake hiding in this car engine? Picture: Jamie IrwinSource:Facebook

Sydney driver makes unexpected discovery while cleaning car

Aus Post ‘forgets’ mailbox for five months

This post box hasn't been cleared since October. Picture: Facebook

Australia Post fails to deliver mail from post box for five months

Hughesy shocked by wife’s sex confession

Hughesy was stunned by a comment from his wife on his TV show.

It may be his TV program, but Hughesy’s wife totally stole the show

Robin Williams ‘humped, grabbed’

THE comedian repeatedly sexually harassed Mork and Mindy co-star Pam Dawber, she claims, but the actress said she found it fun.

What's on the big screen this week

The character Peter (voiced by James Corden) in a scene from the movie Peter Rabbit.

A CHEEKY vegetable-stealing rabbit returns to the screen.

Osher takes you behind scenes of Bachelor in Paradise

Osher Gunsberg hosts the TV series Bachelor in Paradise.

Past Bachelor and Bachelorette get a second shot at romance.

Tracey’s secret sexts exposed

Tracey is blime-fibe-eb one final time.

James Weir recaps Married At First Sight 2018 episode 32: Finale

MOVIE REVIEW: Cheeky James Corden is perfect in new role

Mopsy (voiced by Elizabeth Debicki), Cotton-tail (Daisy Ridley), Peter Rabbit (James Corden), Benjamin (Colin Moody) and Flopsy (Margot Robbie) in Peter Rabbit.

NEW Peter Rabbit is fun holiday fare for the whole family.

This way to Narnia: Road signs expose fantastical locations

Traffic signs in the English town of Didcot have been altered to show the locations of mythical regions such as Middle Earth and Narnia.

Sutton, Newbury, Wallingford or Middle Earth?

Glee star’s chilling final hours

Glee star Mark Salling died shortly before he was due to serve jail time. (Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images for Dizzy Feet Foundation)

Actor found dead after pleading guilty to child porn charge