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Tue 19 Nov 2019

Parents pay tribute to crash victim: Angel taken too soon

premium_icon Parents pay tribute to crash victim: Angel taken too soon

Touched by an angel is how Donald Young described his son Stephen.

MACHETE MADNESS: Alleged bikie walks free after $20k extortion bid

premium_icon MACHETE MADNESS: Alleged bikie walks free after $20k extortion...

AN alleged bikie who used a machete to threaten a man into paying him $20,000 has walked free from jail.

Kittens in dire straits after mother beaten with steel bar

premium_icon Kittens in dire straits after mother beaten with steel bar

RSPCA have commented on the status of the cat who was attacked by a man with a steel bar two weeks ago.

Horrific claims man preyed on young girls

premium_icon Horrific claims man preyed on young girls

A man accused of sexually abusing three girls aged under 10 was refused bail to a Sunshine Coast address, nearby one of his alleged victim’s homes.

‘He was screaming’: Mum’s horror as nappy ‘burns’ son

premium_icon ‘He was screaming’: Mum’s horror as nappy ‘burns’ son

An outraged Queensland mum has issued a desperate warning to other parents after she says her son was “burnt” by an Aldi nappy. WARNING: Graphic

Community mourns loss of charity hero Don Cook

premium_icon Community mourns loss of charity hero Don Cook

BUNDABERG has been dealt a huge blow this week, after a highly respected and well-known hero of the community was lost.

Hanson slams Greens over hail-damaged solar panels

premium_icon Hanson slams Greens over hail-damaged solar panels

Pauline Hanson has slammed the "side effects of the green agenda" after several solar panels across southeast Queensland were damaged during Sunday’s storm.

Aussie Farm group stripped of charity status

premium_icon Aussie Farm group stripped of charity status

What does this move mean for South Burnett farmers whose details are published on the map?

Relief granted to taxpayers in bushfire zones

premium_icon Relief granted to taxpayers in bushfire zones

ATO grants businesses and taxpayers a reprieve given the gravity of the bushfire situation.

Woman denied mechanic job over 'menstrual cycle' worries

premium_icon Woman denied mechanic job over 'menstrual cycle' worries

ROSE loves cars and wants nothing more than to be a mechanic - but even offering to work for free hasn't resolved the biggest hurdle to getting a foot in the door.

Homes destroyed as unpredictable fire continues to burn

Homes destroyed as unpredictable fire continues to burn

At least one home was destroyed near Crows Nest and several more are believed to have been damaged.

Truck driver says he’s drinking seven bottles of wine a day

premium_icon Truck driver says he’s drinking seven bottles of wine a day

Frank George Bedford walked into a bottleshop and bought “a little brandy.” Things went downhill from there.

What authorities don't want you to know in times of crisis

What authorities don't want you to know in times of crisis

An investigation by this newspaper, reveals how local councils and State and Federal governments are keeping us in the dark on natural disaster issues

Couple loses everything to fires, find out on TV

premium_icon Couple loses everything to fires, find out on TV

The couple were watching the news when they saw images of the ruins of their property that Peter lovingly built 20 years ago.

Mon 18 Nov 2019

Storm declared catastrophic, $40 million in claims

premium_icon Storm declared catastrophic, $40 million in claims

The Insurance Council of Australia has declared Sunday’s Sunshine Coast storms a catastrophe causing more than $40 million in claims.

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