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Fri 29 May 2020

Exporters are finding new markets

premium_icon Exporters are finding new markets

Exporters are facing their biggest-ever challenge with the COVID-19 pandemic but they remain determined to hook new customers.

‘Prime of her life’: police recreate mum’s fatal hotel fall

premium_icon ‘Prime of her life’: police recreate mum’s fatal hotel fall

Mum-of-two Jodie Lovell was in the prime of her life when she fell to her death from a five-star hotel balcony. Police have now recreated her fall.

Sight of little Willow's body shakes cops to the core

premium_icon Sight of little Willow's body shakes cops to the core

The horrific discovery of Willow Dunn’s severely malnourished body will haunt usually resilient first responders for many years, a top detective has revealed.

Qantas considers moving training centre to Queensland

premium_icon Qantas considers moving training centre to Queensland

Qantas could relocate its $120 million flight training centre to Queensland in a boost to the state’s aviation industry

WATCH: Wild chase as driver rams stolen car off road

premium_icon WATCH: Wild chase as driver rams stolen car off road

See the moment a father smashes a stolen car off a busy road in what has been described as “dangerous in the extreme”.

Surprising new role for Hollywood star Jesse Eisenberg

premium_icon Surprising new role for Hollywood star Jesse Eisenberg

Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg reveals why he is now working in a domestic violence shelter, and reveals why he signed to his latest sci-fi thriller

Flood victims huge compensation win after class action

premium_icon Flood victims huge compensation win after class action

The Queensland Government has been ordered to pay compensation due to victims of the 2011 floods following one of Australia’s largest class actions.

‘I found him there’: Footy ref’s brave attempt to save boy

premium_icon ‘I found him there’: Footy ref’s brave attempt to save boy

A football referee has told of the moment he realised he was the only person who could try to save a young boy unconscious in a park after an alleged fight.

Court puts brakes on man’s plan for coronavirus protest

premium_icon Court puts brakes on man’s plan for coronavirus protest

A magistrate took about 10 minutes to decide whether a Gold Coast man should be able to protest during the coronavirus restrictions.

Teen flown to hospital after horror boat explosion

premium_icon Teen flown to hospital after horror boat explosion

A teenager has suffered sever burns to his face and body after the boat he was fishing in with two friends exploded, sending plumes of smoke into the air.

Parents warned as pro-anorexia videos run rife on Tik Tok

premium_icon Parents warned as pro-anorexia videos run rife on Tik Tok

Dangerous pro-anorexia content is going unmoderated on social media, as a loophole allowing young people to access potentially harmful eating disorder content.

Willow Dunn starved to death, police say

premium_icon Willow Dunn starved to death, police say

Police have revealed Willow Dunn - the four-year-old found dead in her home on Monday - faced sustained mistreatment in the lead up to her death.

Well-known farm family loses son to crash

premium_icon Well-known farm family loses son to crash

The son of a well-known farming family has been remembered as an empathetic person who had a unique laugh

Childhood fantasy on hold for Nanango aerial dancer

premium_icon Childhood fantasy on hold for Nanango aerial dancer

She was living out her childhood fantasy dancing for Disneyworld in Paris when coronavirus hit, and now she’s back in Nanango to safely continue training.

Liquidation for Peart's multi-million dollar land venture

premium_icon Liquidation for Peart's multi-million dollar land venture

A LAND development company headed by Toowoomba businessman Mark Peart has been tipped into liquidation.

‘Loss of life’ possibility for those near Paradise Dam

premium_icon ‘Loss of life’ possibility for those near Paradise Dam

North Burnett mayor slams reports showing “blatant disregard” for residents living close to the dam wall.

Private hospital assists public sector with surgery backlog

premium_icon Private hospital assists public sector with surgery backlog

Public and private hospitals are working together in the battle against COVID-19.

Horrific child neglect cases spark full-scale investigation

premium_icon Horrific child neglect cases spark full-scale investigation

Three children who were found to have been subjected to horrific neglect this week have been the catalyst for an investigation into how the abuse was allowed.

Father pleads guilty to killing baby son

premium_icon Father pleads guilty to killing baby son

A father already serving a jail sentence for shaking his five-week-old baby has now pleaded guilty to manslaughter after the little boy died of his injuries.

New trends emerge from Burnett saleyards during virus

premium_icon New trends emerge from Burnett saleyards during virus

Burnett saleyard agents weigh in on current trends and future of Australian cattle industry.

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