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Sat 24 Aug 2019

REPLAY: T20 Strike League Hobart Hurricanes v Desert Blaze

premium_icon REPLAY: T20 Strike League Hobart Hurricanes v Desert Blaze

REPLAY: Watch the Hobart Hurricanes in action against the Desert Blaze livestreamed from T20 Strike League.

REPLAY: T20 Strike League: Hobart Hurricanes v Northern Tide

premium_icon REPLAY: T20 Strike League: Hobart Hurricanes v Northern Tide

The Hobart Hurricanes go head to head with Northern Tide for today's T20 Strike League match.

Issue threatening to blow-up at Labor conference

premium_icon Issue threatening to blow-up at Labor conference

First it was unions, now there are fears of other tensions erupting at this weekend’s Labor conference in Brisbane, with some saying a recent State Government...

AIC rugby league schedule for this weekend

AIC rugby league schedule for this weekend

The AIC schools rugby league returns this weekend after one week off, and we're livestreaming three games from Iona College. Don't miss it!

Areas hit hardest by childcare fee hikes

premium_icon Areas hit hardest by childcare fee hikes

Queensland has seen some of the biggest childcare price rises in the country in the last year, with one region’s fees surging by 22 per cent.

Fish industry's state-wide fear of 'death by regulation'

premium_icon Fish industry's state-wide fear of 'death by regulation'

Seafood industry leaders blast planned changes at Tin Can Bay AGM and say it could wreck Tin Can Bay's dolphin tourism as well as fishing economy

Fri 23 Aug 2019

Huge risk to our future mini-cities

premium_icon Huge risk to our future mini-cities

Southeast Queensland will experience an explosion of satellite cities as population surges. But there are warnings not to repeat mistakes in some new suburbs.

Scientists make PFAS harmless, safe to eat

premium_icon Scientists make PFAS harmless, safe to eat

THERE are thousands of PFAS-contaminated sites across the Darling Downs and Australia. This discovery will make it safe for humans and animals.

Why women are socking it to the rhetoric of Alan Jones

premium_icon Why women are socking it to the rhetoric of Alan Jones

2GB's Alan Jones has no idea of how his scary his 'shove a sock down her throat' and 'back-hander' comments really are, writes journalist SHERELE MOODY

70,000 builders at risk of breaching new regulations

premium_icon 70,000 builders at risk of breaching new regulations

Queensland’s builders are on noticewith new laws about to be implemented - designed to reduce the number of companies going into liquidation, costing subbies...

Stolen pets discovered during raid on home

premium_icon Stolen pets discovered during raid on home

POLICE officers were raiding the home for an unrelated matter when they discovered the stolen pets.

New technology changes future of farming in drought

premium_icon New technology changes future of farming in drought

NEW technology is at the forefront in changing the business of farming for drought preparedness and resilience.

Coffin donated for funeral of girl crushed by tyre

premium_icon Coffin donated for funeral of girl crushed by tyre

THE sudden death of the seven-year-old girl has left the southwest community heartbroken, with hundreds expected to attend Lily's funeral.

Inland Rail funding request slammed as ‘blackmail’

premium_icon Inland Rail funding request slammed as ‘blackmail’

The state government has been accused of holding the Inland Rail project to ransom after it submitted a $1 billion funding request to the federal government.

Senior council employee referred to CCC over house extension

premium_icon Senior council employee referred to CCC over house extension

A SENIOR council planner has been referred to the Crime and Corruption Commission over allegations she circumvented the planning scheme to renovate her house.

Toowoomba religious leaders set to tackle terrorism

premium_icon Toowoomba religious leaders set to tackle terrorism

FIVE Toowoomba religious leaders, and a local police officer, will fly to Kuala Lumpur on Sunday to attend a conference about the prevention of extremism.

Police chase naked man during three-hour rampage

premium_icon Police chase naked man during three-hour rampage

THE bare buttocks of a 25-year-old man will remain ingrained in the memories of police officers after he went on a naked jaunt through the southwest town.

Thu 22 Aug 2019

TRIBUTE: Adrenaline junkie with big heart dies in crash

premium_icon TRIBUTE: Adrenaline junkie with big heart dies in crash

Shane Webb, the victim of a fatal crash at Minden, died doing something he loved - riding a motorbike with the wind blowing his handlebar moustache.

Ergon Energy linesmen restore power to 1700 homes

Ergon Energy linesmen restore power to 1700 homes

MORE than 1700 homes and businesses in Toowoomba lost power this morning after a transformer exploded.

How to get paid $29k to get a degree at USQ

premium_icon How to get paid $29k to get a degree at USQ

EXCLUSIVE: USQ offering a whopping $29K to school leavers to study in a game-changing plan to attract the best students - but you must fit one criteria.

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