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Royalty, gaming giants on Coast to inspect potential Casino site

PRINCE Albert of Monaco, NagacCorp executives and a casino designer from the US arrive in private jet for mysterious visit.

Police called during change of servo management

SHUT DOWN: The Caltex service station on Bourbong St was after an incident yesterday when police were called.

Police attend CBD fuel station, security block entrance

Strelow slams weak funding for the Browne Park expansion

BREADCRUMBS AGAIN: Independent candidate Margaret Strelow slammed the Labor party's election promise of $75,000 for a scoping study for a Browne Park expansion.

A stadium upgrade upgrade will ensure the region hosts big events.

Audiofly impress X Factor and Eurovision performers

Audiofly, an Aussie based company, has released a new range of wireless earphones.

Aussie company release wireless earphones for the masses

Try these easy ways to spread risk

At mid-November the ASX 200 Total Returns Index had dished up gains of 11.27 per cent for the year to date.

Property values may be cooling but...

Cashless chaos: CQ town's only ATM breaks down

Springsure locals have had a very frustrating past few weeks and are not happy with the breakdown of the ANZ ATM.

'It's just enticing people to spend more money elsewhere'

REVEALED: Best products of the year in 46 categories

The 2018 Product of the Year winners, as voted by 13,000 Aussie consumers.

Best baby products, coffee, chocolate, household items and more

CQ business started small, now they're expanding to Brisbane

Movement Improvement Director and physiotherapist Simon Poole.

Physiotherapy with a twist: 'I often tell people to slouch more'

NAB rocked by home loan scandal

NAB has sacked 20 bankers after discovering more than 2000 home loans have been issued based on dodgy documentation

Rich 1% own half of all the wealth

The annual Monaco Yacht Show is a chance for millionaires and billionaires to lighten the wallet.

Report highlights breathtaking levels of global inequality

Get ready for kids before you start

A little knowledge can go a long way in helping new parents.

We are all guilty of an impulse buy

Casual, gig workers short on super

Many casual workers earn only a modest income from more than one job, but increasing your hours with one employer can help boost compulsory contributions to your superannuation, Paul Clitheroe says.

You can take action to avoid a financially lean retirement

Queen caught up in tax haven scandal

Newly leaked papers reveal Queen Elizabeth II has some of her private money in offshore tax havens.

Royal offshore investments exposed in massive data leak

Would you cash in your super to be slim?

Would you hit your super for weight-loss surgery?

How one phone call saved me $275

Don’t be caught out of pocket when something goes wrong. Photo: istock

Insurance policy renewals never the best deal

iPhone X review: Apple takes smart phone to whole new level

The iPhone X takes Steve Job's revolution to a whole new level with Face ID, an incredible TrueDepth camera, augmented reality and animated emojis.

Facebook created to be addictive

Sean Parker reveals how social media infiltrates our brains.

Co-creator admits Facebook was created to be addictive

iPhone X now features 360 degree selfie scenes

Selfie scenes adds a whole new dimension to iPhone X.

Selfie Scenes places users into animated, 360-degree scenes

How safe is your Face ID with Apple's iPhone X?

The first buyer of an iPhone X, Mazen Kourouche, took a selfie inside the Apple store in Sydney this morning (Picture: Saeed Khan/AFP).

Release of iPhone X poses no questions for security of identity

Sex workers group responds to 'dirty secret' story

Disputing foreign workers were to blame for industry problems.

Building your prosperity through property

People like investing in something they understand - everyone lives in a property - plus you can see, touch and perhaps even drive past the asset you own.

The three simple investing principles you have to know

OPINION: Fixation with coal starting to look like socialism

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison pictured holding a piece of coal during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, in February.

Honestly, what is up with our politicians' preoccupation with coal?

God's right-hand man in CQ fires up on Aurizon move

UPSET: Bishop Michael McCarthy is not impressed with Aurizon's decision.

God's representative on earth is not happy with Aurizon's decision.

How to stop losing 'easy' sales

15/07/02 110966 Building industry, tradesmans toolbelt. Photo Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

There are things you can do to stop losing easy sales

Madness that allowed foreign workers a foot in the door

Sparks fly as a sheet metal worker fabricates a piece of mining equipment at Mastermyne Engineering.   Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

That is what the 457 visa program had become - a madness

Company tax cuts just one aspect

Government senators seem happy with themselves during a debate on the Company Tax Bill on March 31.

Are the benefits worth it in the long term?

App helping women achieve orgasm

EMMA Watson uses it. And so do many Aussie women. This is the app that’s increasing female pleasure. WARNING: Adult content.

New technology has potential to help 1.2 million Australians

While rare in children, macular degeneration affects about 1.2 million Australians.

For six-year-old Sora Wong everyday tasks are a challenge

premium_icon Speeds ‘10-times’ faster than NBN

You may not realise it but these cables run underneath the light rail tracks.

In an Australian first, council has built its own fibre network

$50m drone and robots centre for Qld

Phantom drone hovering with blue sky background

$50m facility to investigate drones, unmanned vehicles and robotics