June 2021

Published a story 15th Jun 2021 10:50 AM

More than 3300 southeast Queensland homes have been blacked out by a large band of storms sweeping through the region.

Hail, damaging winds as storms leave 3300 without power

More than 3300 southeast Queensland homes have been blacked out by a large band of storms sweeping through the region.

Published a story 11th Jun 2021 5:10 AM

The Victorian couple who skipped Melbourne’s lockdown and plunged Queensland into Covid chaos could face prosecution in three states, and possible jail time.

Covid couple faces wrath of three states

The Victorian couple who skipped Melbourne’s lockdown and plunged Queensland into Covid chaos could face prosecution in three states, and possible jail time.

Published a story 1st Jun 2021 5:17 AM

A backyard stoush over a gum tree involving former Channel 7 News anchor Bill McDonald  has taken another twist.

Ex-newsreader’s bid to subdivide after bitter dispute

A backyard stoush over a gum tree involving former Channel 7 News anchor Bill McDonald has taken another twist.

May 2021

Published a story 27th May 2021 5:08 AM

Queenslanders of all ages are walking in off the street for the Pfizer jab at the Princess Alexandra Hospital - no questions asked.

Not eligible? No worries: 20s offered Pfizer at hospital

Queenslanders of all ages are walking in off the street for the Pfizer jab at the Princess Alexandra Hospital - no questions asked.

Published a story 21st May 2021 7:07 AM

A former executive with the RACQ says he was fired because his bosses thought he was about to blow the whistle on misconduct.

Ex-RACQ exec claims: I was ‘sacked over whistleblowing fears’

A former executive with the RACQ says he was fired because his bosses thought he was about to blow the whistle on misconduct.

Published a story 20th May 2021 6:43 PM

Labour shortages, export delays and bad weather are putting 37,000 tonnes of fruit in danger of going to waste. SEE THE PHOTOS

Shock photos of dumped fruit as farmers make $2 a box

Labour shortages, export delays and bad weather are putting 37,000 tonnes of fruit in danger of going to waste. SEE THE PHOTOS

Published a story 18th May 2021 4:36 AM

Just hours before he allegedly tried to murder his wife and mother-in-law by setting fire to a house, police had arrested this Brisbane pharmacist.

Timeline to house fire terror: Why was pharmacist free?

Just hours before he allegedly tried to murder his wife and mother-in-law by setting fire to a house, police had arrested this Brisbane pharmacist.

Published a story 17th May 2021 11:20 AM

A Queensland pharmacist charged with attempted murder after allegedly torching his partner’s home will not apply for bail, with his lawyer lamenting a “totally unfortunate set of circumstances”.

‘Someone lost everything’: Pharmacist on attempted murder

A Queensland pharmacist charged with attempted murder after allegedly torching his partner’s home will not apply for bail, with his lawyer lamenting a “totally unfortunate set of circumstances”.

Published a story 13th May 2021 7:04 PM

Counsel for a police officer at the centre of a breath test bungle has told a hearing that claims the officer desperately shifted blame were “nonsense”.

Cop in breath test dodge disputes ‘nonsense’ CCC claims

Counsel for a police officer at the centre of a breath test bungle has told a hearing that claims the officer desperately shifted blame were “nonsense”.

Published a story 13th May 2021 5:26 AM

Qld tattooists fear they will be forced underground as a bill before parliament proposes new laws which artists say will zap the colour out of their industry.

Ink stink: Tattooists fear shutdown amid new laws

Qld tattooists fear they will be forced underground as a bill before parliament proposes new laws which artists say will zap the colour out of their industry.

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