Queensland News

Sat 26 May 2018

The technology that brought killer unstuck

The technology that brought killer unstuck

POLICE used CCTV scanning technology only available in the UK during the hunt for Tiahleigh Palmer’s killer.

Miracle after teen’s camp accident

Miracle after teen’s camp accident

THE Brisbane teenager, who was involved in a horrific accident on a high ropes course at his school camp, is on the road to recovery.

POWER TO PRESCRIBE: 'We're not taking patients from doctors'

POWER TO PRESCRIBE: 'We're not taking patients from doctors'

WARWICK pharmacy manager gets behind push to make contraceptive pill, vaccinations more accessible over the counter.

Pound fees too much for kids to get back their beloved cat

Pound fees too much for kids to get back their beloved cat

A COAST family longing for its feline friend says a hefty fee is frustrating their reunification.

18yo to stand trial for cab driver bashing, $10K transfer

18yo to stand trial for cab driver bashing, $10K transfer

The teenager was refused bail over the alleged bashing of a taxi driver and the attempted theft of more than $10,000 from his bank account.

$4 billion in exports on the line after Aurizon's game-changer

$4 billion in exports on the line after Aurizon's...

Gladstone Ports Corporation is exploring ways to mitigate the impact on its coal exports amid industry concerns after Aurizon slashed its maintenance schedule.

HOT CHOOK: Mt Larcom business boy's cheanies go viral

HOT CHOOK: Mt Larcom business boy's cheanies go viral

NO yolk chickens can now make a fashion statement this winter with a customised "cheanie”.

Fri 25 May 2018

'My daughter was 16 months old when a stroke changed her life'

'My daughter was 16 months old when a stroke changed her...

"I associated stroke with older people, but Lilly was just 16 months old when a stroke changed her life - and ours - unexpectedly."

Bundy Sugar's $23million equipment investment

Bundy Sugar's $23million equipment investment

BUNDABERG Sugar's mills and cane transport operations will benefit from $23 million of maintenance and capital works this year.

Mother ‘hurt’ by hospital’s baby feeding meal policy

Mother ‘hurt’ by hospital’s baby feeding meal policy

A NEW mother has been left feeling confronted and hurt by a hospital policy she says is unfair to mothers who formula-feed their babies.

Rick Thorburn gets life for killing Tiahleigh Palmer

Rick Thorburn gets life for killing Tiahleigh Palmer

RICK Thorburn has been sentenced to life for killing his foster daughter, Queensland schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer, after today pleading guilty to her 2015 murder.

Family’s plea after camp accident

Family’s plea after camp accident

THE parents of a teenage boy critically hurt during a school camp have broken their silence, asking for people to pray for their son.

How this family can live off a three-day-week wage

How this family can live off a three-day-week wage

Fernvale eco-warrior Roman Spur is a man on a sustainable lifestyle mission.

Thu 24 May 2018

Man hospitalised, another charged over dead dog dispute

Man hospitalised, another charged over dead dog dispute

A DISPUTE between two rural neighbours over a dead dog in southwest Queensland has left one man charged with assault and another with axe injuries.

'Pray for our boy': Family's plea after camp accident

'Pray for our boy': Family's plea after camp accident

THE parents of a teenage boy in hospital after an accident on a high ropes course during a school camp have broken their silence.

Katter’s mob riles up ‘city-dwellers’

Katter’s mob riles up ‘city-dwellers’

ANIMAL activists are bristling over a photo of two Katter’s Australian Party MPs standing triumphantly over a mound of dead pigs.

Sad details emerge about man who died in Yeppoon cliff fall

Sad details emerge about man who died in Yeppoon cliff fall

PHOTOS: Police have provided more information into the incident

Veteran's life-changing return to Vietnam

Veteran's life-changing return to Vietnam

FOR Barry Kelly, a recent trip to the old battlefields of Vietnam brought with it a fear of dredging up old demons

Men sentenced for ‘worst’ rape police had seen

Men sentenced for ‘worst’ rape police had seen

TWO men who raped a medical student in a Brisbane alley — and bragged about it to mates afterwards — have been sentenced. WARNING: Graphic

How this group plans to bring new life to a small town

How this group plans to bring new life to a small town

FOR the past 12 months a group of business owners has been working to breathe live back into this sleepy hamlet.

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