Queensland News

Tue 19 Jun 2018

How you can buy an entire town for $500,000

How you can buy an entire town for $500,000

CHEAPER than apartments in the city, this regional Queensland town is on the market for a measly $500,000.

Cold spells shivers for our Coast

Cold spells shivers for our Coast

Why it's going to get cold again on the Sunshine Coast tonight.

Suspect likely to have known hit-and-run victim

premium_icon Suspect likely to have known hit-and-run victim

CHARGES against a Rocky Point man who was allegedly the driver of a vehicle that fatally hit Michael Bowden in Weipa could potentially be upgraded.

12 new genes identify breast cancer risk

12 new genes identify breast cancer risk

AN international study led by Queensland researchers has identified a dozen new genes that influence a person’s risk of developing breast cancer.

Former Nambour student becomes national success

premium_icon Former Nambour student becomes national success

SHE'S successful in front of and behind a camera, but her latest job has put her in the national spotlight

Appeal to find teen girl, 15, missing more than 24 hours

Appeal to find teen girl, 15, missing more than 24 hours

POLICE concerned about a teenage girl missing for more than 24 hours have appealed for help from the public.

Calliope Croc reported two weeks after sighting

Calliope Croc reported two weeks after sighting

RESIDENTS have been reminded to report crocodile sightings immediately.

Company fined $60k after apprentice injured by beam

premium_icon Company fined $60k after apprentice injured by beam

A DARLING Downs transport company was fined $60k over a workplace incident that seriously injured an apprentice.

Property crime spike linked to prison escapee and mates

premium_icon Property crime spike linked to prison escapee and mates

Police intelligence points to prison escapee and his mates

Carpark tragedy: What do we do about older drivers?

premium_icon Carpark tragedy: What do we do about older drivers?

THE fact a driver in her 80s was behind the wheel of a car that hit and killed a little girl in a shopping centre carpark has sparked an emotive debate.

Banking blunders cost me $14m

premium_icon Banking blunders cost me $14m

How Peter Comino's world came crashing down when the ANZ Bank 'panicked' during the global financial crisis. This is his story.

VIDEO: Mum returns home to find house gutted by fire

premium_icon VIDEO: Mum returns home to find house gutted by fire

She found out later that emergency service crews were initially told children were inside the home, but thankfully it was empty at the time.

Judge hits out at 'cowards' who bash, rob children

premium_icon Judge hits out at 'cowards' who bash, rob children

A JUDGE has criticised the thuggish behaviour of children as "cowardly" who act tough and aggressive when they form into a group to attack and rob other kids.

Woman seriously injured in crash

Woman seriously injured in crash

INVESTIAGTORS are appealing for witnesses following a serious two vehicle traffic crash in Laidley last night.

Hero amid Dreamworld horror

premium_icon Hero amid Dreamworld horror

THE opening day of an inquest into the Dreamworld tragedy revealed for the first time the actions of the young ride attendant manning the Thunder River Rapids.

Man orders brutal attack on 'friend' over debt

premium_icon Man orders brutal attack on 'friend' over debt

A FATHER who was home alone was beaten in a savage home invasion orchestrated by one of his long-time friends over a debt.

'My mum's not a criminal': Arson fraud kept in the family

premium_icon 'My mum's not a criminal': Arson fraud kept in the family

A MATRIARCH who was the mastermind behind an insurance fraud arson dragged her daughter down with her in the spurious plan which netted a $240,000 pay out.

Man accused of scaring students with fake gun

premium_icon Man accused of scaring students with fake gun

A MAN, 21, accused of threatening Bundaberg Tafe students with a replica gun will remain behind bars after a magistrate refused an application for bail.

‘I love you Indie, I will never forget you’

premium_icon ‘I love you Indie, I will never forget you’

LITTLE hands, new to writing, have helped fill a memorial board to their six-year-old friend torn from them in the weekend’s carpark tragedy.

Newman: ‘My rail plan would have halved fares’

premium_icon Newman: ‘My rail plan would have halved fares’

FORMER Premier Campbell Newman says train fares could have been halved under the LNP’s original driver-operator-only design.

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