Queensland News

Tue 23 Apr 2019

Woman seriously hurt in head-on crash

premium_icon Woman seriously hurt in head-on crash

A woman involved in a two-vehicle crash was trapped in her car for 45 minutes with serious injuries. Two other people were also taken to hospital.

State pegs Barnaby over $80 million water scandal

premium_icon State pegs Barnaby over $80 million water scandal

THE Queensland Government has confirmed its role in a controversial water buyback scheme — but maintains Barnaby Joyce still bears the responsibility.

Teen faces court charged with doctor’s murder

premium_icon Teen faces court charged with doctor’s murder

A 19-year-old teen accused of fatally shooting Doctor Luping Zeng on Brisbane’s southside has faced court on six charges including murder.

Rick Thorburn’s request granted in child rape case

premium_icon Rick Thorburn’s request granted in child rape case

THE child rape case against Queensland man Rick Thorburn has been adjourned so prosecutors can organise a new indictment against him with additional charges.

5 years in legal system limbo for Sunshine Coast fraud case

premium_icon 5 years in legal system limbo for Sunshine Coast fraud case

After five years in limbo, Andrew Eric Young's Kleenmaid fraud trial is delayed again

Two Coast supermarkets shut doors after company goes bust

premium_icon Two Coast supermarkets shut doors after company goes bust

Two Sunshine Coast supermarkets have closed after the business went into liquidation just before the Easter long weekend.

Aussie mystery of lost WWII sailors solved

premium_icon Aussie mystery of lost WWII sailors solved

The last resting place of 38 Australians has finally been discovered off the coast of Victoria, 77 years after they went down in a Japanese torpedo attack.

Pauline Hanson denies link between humans and climate change

Pauline Hanson denies link between humans and climate change

PAULINE Hanson has used dinosaurs dying out as proof humans haven’t impacted climate change during a bizarre interview.

Fraser Island dingo attack toddler ’doing well’

premium_icon Fraser Island dingo attack toddler ’doing well’

A 14-month-old toddler rescued from the jaws of a dingo by his father has been released from hospital.

What happened to Aldi’s southern style chicken?

What happened to Aldi’s southern style chicken?

More importantly, is it coming back? We have answers.

UPDATE: Bruce Hwy reopened after crash causes diesel spill

premium_icon UPDATE: Bruce Hwy reopened after crash causes diesel spill

Emergency services are currently on the scene of the incident near the Colosseum Creek Motel

Labor's plan to get cheaper gas flowing again

premium_icon Labor's plan to get cheaper gas flowing again

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is expected to arrive in Gladstone today to outline Labor's proposal to unlock more gas supplies

ScoMo grilled by Trioli over $80 million funding scandal

ScoMo grilled by Trioli over $80 million funding scandal

ABC News Breakfast host Virginia Trioli clashed with the Prime Minister as she grilled him during a tense interview this morning.

Descendants of Light Horse riders remember their ancestors

Descendants of Light Horse riders remember their ancestors

Australian Light Horse Association to recognise role of Aboriginal troopers in World War One.

PREDATOR: How 9-year-old Keyra Steinhardt caught a killer

premium_icon PREDATOR: How 9-year-old Keyra Steinhardt caught a killer

TWENTY years ago, Treasa Steinhardt dropped her daughter off at school. It was the last time she would ever see her.

Man robs corner store wearing socks and thongs

premium_icon Man robs corner store wearing socks and thongs

TWO men screamed demands at a terrified employee during a daylight robbery of a Toowoomba store.

Don't be a donkey, vote this election for people who can't

premium_icon Don't be a donkey, vote this election for people who can't

A downside to this free, safe and prosperous Australia of opportunity is the complacency it can breed among voters.

Local worker shortage means mines must recruit elsewhere

premium_icon Local worker shortage means mines must recruit elsewhere

PROMISED mining jobs may need to go elsewhere as numbers show there is a shortage of locals who can step up.

Tributes flow for young man after fatal incident

premium_icon Tributes flow for young man after fatal incident

FAMILY and friends have taken to social media to pay tribute to a young man after he tragically died on Sunday afternoon.

Investment needed in Australian recycling options

premium_icon Investment needed in Australian recycling options

The council’s waste chair says council is working to ensure recyclable materials it collects are dealt with in Australia, following a waste scandal in Malaysia.

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