Queensland News

Fri 13 Dec 2019

Man ran for life screaming ‘don’t kill me’

premium_icon Man ran for life screaming ‘don’t kill me’

A man ran screaming “don’t kill me, I have kids” as his girlfriend’s estranged partner mowed him down.

Inside Coast pensioner’s $500k house of horrors

premium_icon Inside Coast pensioner’s $500k house of horrors

A pensioner has sunk nearly $500,000 into a new home - only to be left with no kitchen, laundry or driveway. Now he’s sharing his house of horrors story as a...

10 years of alleged rapes and assaults horror

premium_icon 10 years of alleged rapes and assaults horror

A MAN accused of a rape allegation described as the worst kind inflicted on his partner of 12 years sought bail after being injured in prison by a 200kg crate.

‘Ashamed’: Woman’s foul-mouthed tirade in emergency dept

premium_icon ‘Ashamed’: Woman’s foul-mouthed tirade in emergency dept

A WOMAN launched a tirade of abuse towards police after they took her to hospital.

Roo’s two-month reign of terror ends in bloodshed

premium_icon Roo’s two-month reign of terror ends in bloodshed

KYRAN Sprott thought someone was dying when he heard the screams of an elderly lady at daybreak

No more crying over cheap milk

premium_icon No more crying over cheap milk

A new dairy code of conduct is set to restore certainty to dairy farmers and help end the milk wars of brutal price cutting.

Walker shocked by ‘dangerous’ discovery at family beach

premium_icon Walker shocked by ‘dangerous’ discovery at family beach

A morning walker has urged all to remain vigilant after discovering a potentially fatal explosive on a Sunshine Coast beach.

‘My dog saved my life’: Amazing house fire rescue

premium_icon ‘My dog saved my life’: Amazing house fire rescue

Mitch Hall sat across the road in his ute, watching his house burn to the ground with only his dog and the clothes on his back.

Victim stabbed 9 times at Gladstone home over $50 note

premium_icon Victim stabbed 9 times at Gladstone home over $50 note

A MAN has been jailed for 6.5 years for stabbing his former house mate nine times in the head, stomach and back at a Gladstone home over a $50 note.

Ten bucks up for grabs with new wild pig bounty

premium_icon Ten bucks up for grabs with new wild pig bounty

A south east Queensland council is making a bold move, offering a wild pig bounty to local hunters.

Toddler fights for life after brother pulls him from pool

premium_icon Toddler fights for life after brother pulls him from pool

More details have emerged of an incident at a Coast home, with a brother heroically plucking a toddler from a pool and sounding the alarm.

Council reveals cost of new City Hall

premium_icon Council reveals cost of new City Hall

Council has revealed the eight-figure sum of the new 10-level City Hall and the local firm that will build it.

Historic native title win for Butchulla people

premium_icon Historic native title win for Butchulla people

After almost two decades of fighting the Butchulla people will be legally recognised today as the traditional owners of about 100,000 hectares of land and water

REVEALED: Dingo in attack on boy had form

premium_icon REVEALED: Dingo in attack on boy had form

THE dingo euthanised after an attack on an 8-year-oldboy on Saturday was involved in another high risk encounter on Sunday.

Compo set to flow to 2011 flood victims

premium_icon Compo set to flow to 2011 flood victims

Thousands of victims of the 2011 Brisbane floods are set to receive compensation after the state government decided it would not appeal a class action court victory.

Parents pull kids out of school as flying foxes take over

premium_icon Parents pull kids out of school as flying foxes take over

Some parents have kept their kids home in the last few weeks of the term, concerned with illnesses they are linking to the bats.

Not game to ask Premier this question

premium_icon Not game to ask Premier this question

It’s the one aspect of the southeast’s Olympic bid our Premier won’t discuss — but it could result in Queenslanders feeling hoodwinked.

Thu 12 Dec 2019

Dolphin trapped in Coast swimming hole

premium_icon Dolphin trapped in Coast swimming hole

A dolphin has become trapped in a popular Gold Coast swimming spot this afternoon.

Peak body wants fuel boycott as prices hits record high

premium_icon Peak body wants fuel boycott as prices hits record high

Struggling families are being hit with the highest fuel prices ever just as the Christmas holidays begin, when many are under the most financial pressure.

Trad reveals surplus smaller than forecast

premium_icon Trad reveals surplus smaller than forecast

The public service razor gang has saved the Palaszczuk Government from falling into deficit after falling coal prices and GST payments took a $879 million chunk out...

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