Queensland News

Wed 22 May 2019

Daughter pleads for mum’s ‘last hope’

premium_icon Daughter pleads for mum’s ‘last hope’

THIS Queensland woman has already beaten cancer, many times - this is her last hope and she needs your help.

The $63m catastrophe that devastated region

premium_icon The $63m catastrophe that devastated region

The true cost of a major disaster which remains 'undeclared' by insurance companies has been revealed - and it's still growing.

Truck and train collide near Warwick

Truck and train collide near Warwick

EMERGENCY services remain at the scene.

School sued for alleged autism discrimination

premium_icon School sued for alleged autism discrimination

A Queensland mum is suing a private school for $120,000 alleging she and her autistic son were hurt and humiliated.

WARNING! This toy store penis flasher is in the community

premium_icon WARNING! This toy store penis flasher is in the community

Shopping centre flasher Gregory Wayne Chambers has a habit of fully exposing his genitals to little girls.

Shopping centre won't let volunteer street cleaner use bins

premium_icon Shopping centre won't let volunteer street cleaner use bins

He works the streets of Ipswich every day in an effort to clean up the place.

How ScoMo’s ‘miracle’ win will hit your wallet

premium_icon How ScoMo’s ‘miracle’ win will hit your wallet

The Coalition win could lessen the fall in property prices but it would stabilise superannuation policy. This is how it will affect your family.

RENTAL RAGE: Drunk landlord threatens tenants with knife

premium_icon RENTAL RAGE: Drunk landlord threatens tenants with knife

The grandfather confronted the pair at a house in Walker St, Maryborough, in November last year and threatened them with a knife

Unprecedented action as prison crisis grows

premium_icon Unprecedented action as prison crisis grows

Fed-up prison officers have upped the ante in their row with Corrective Services, taking aim at the commissioner and his deputies.

Prime Minister’s housing blunder

Prime Minister’s housing blunder

Cracks are emerging in the Prime Minister’s first home buyer scheme, with a real estate group claiming it could have unintended consequences for housing.

Premier: Adani timeline to be finalised within days

premium_icon Premier: Adani timeline to be finalised within days

'The people have spoken up about what matters to us. We are worried about our jobs and we want a chance.'

Shop manager with sick bestiality obsession had sex with dog

premium_icon Shop manager with sick bestiality obsession had sex with dog

Craig David Stern faces court on bestiality charge after forcing his dog into a vile sex act on Christmas Eve

Down Syndrome no barrier for this hard-working city man

premium_icon Down Syndrome no barrier for this hard-working city man

MATTHEW Ollier was overjoyed when he landed his first job, six months ago. Find out how his can-do attitude changed the work culture at Toowoomba Toyota.

Contentious solar laws challenged in court

premium_icon Contentious solar laws challenged in court

A Queensland solar farm has launched legal action against the State Government over its controversial solar laws, which have been widely condemned.

Premier faces high noon in the regions

premium_icon Premier faces high noon in the regions

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will jet into regional Queensland today in the wake of federal Labor’s election disaster, amid criticism from her own team and...

Payback time for ScoMo’s Queensland cavalry

premium_icon Payback time for ScoMo’s Queensland cavalry

Queensland propelled Scott Morrison to victory, now its Liberal National MPs expect to be rewarded with seats at the Cabinet table — and another big infrastructure...

MPs demand action on Adani in regional rebellion

premium_icon MPs demand action on Adani in regional rebellion

A revolt is underway in North and Central Queensland, as regional Labor MPs unite against senior leadership, demanding the Adani project issue is resolved...

Fatal: 'Every time I see a blue Falcon I think of that car'

premium_icon Fatal: 'Every time I see a blue Falcon I think of that car'

"What would you do if you saw someone in the car still?” A man was asked the question shortly before he had to confront the answer.

Pollies ready for action demanding better deal

premium_icon Pollies ready for action demanding better deal

Furious North and Central Queenslanders sick of being ignored by the Brisbane-centric State Government have joined forces demanding their voices be heard.

The DV offence that’s clogging our courts

premium_icon The DV offence that’s clogging our courts

The first two years of a newly classified domestic violence offence have seen nearly 500 charges, with 98 per cent of offenders male and most in their 20s.

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