Regional News

Mon 13 May 2019

Clive Palmer: So why is he spending $55m on election?

Clive Palmer: So why is he spending $55m on election?

As head of the United Australia Party, Clive Palmer is no classic right-winger nor crotchety conservative. He is no angel either.

Sun 12 May 2019

Dogs savage six-year-old's beloved pony

Dogs savage six-year-old's beloved pony

WHILE a family slept peacefully in their home, less than 150 metres away their 15-year-old pony was being mauled by dogs.

Sat 11 May 2019

Driver crashes car after 'driving crazily'

Driver crashes car after 'driving crazily'

Emergency services have responded to an incident on Bagot Street after a man was reportedly driving recklessly down the road, causing a crash.

Wed 8 May 2019

Servo worker tackled to ground, dragged inside store

Servo worker tackled to ground, dragged inside store

POLICE reveal more details about frightening robbery on the Cunningham Highway.

Story of slain missionary Graham Staines hits big screen

Story of slain missionary Graham Staines hits big screen

As Australia debates freedom of speech and religion, the story of Graham Staines, a missionary slain in India for his beliefs, is coming to the big screen.

Tue 7 May 2019

Two dead after single-vehicle crash

Two dead after single-vehicle crash

Investigations are underway on a crash in Upper Yarraman.

DASHCAM: Collision caught on camera

DASHCAM: Collision caught on camera

DASHCAM footage has emerged of a two-vehicle crash at the top of the Toowoomba Range.

Farmer wins competition with whopping 255kg pumpkin

Farmer wins competition with whopping 255kg pumpkin

MINDEN farmer Tony Frohloff and his 254.5kg pumpkin have squashed the competition to win the Royal Queensland Show's Giant Pumpkin Competition.

Mon 6 May 2019

Popular ute recalled due to side step issue

Popular ute recalled due to side step issue

More than 13,000 utes have been recalled over a defect.

Sat 4 May 2019

Investor surge tipped if Labor wins election

Investor surge tipped if Labor wins election

PROPERTY experts are predicting a likely surge in investor activity if Labor wins the federal election.

Mon 29 Apr 2019

Hope grows after rain delivers relief

Hope grows after rain delivers relief

NEARING the end of her tether, Lainie Morris admits she was starting to fall to bits when the heavens opened on Kandimulla on Tuesday evening.

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 2 here

PREDATOR: Listen to episode 2 here

The most shocking revelations from Leonard John Fraser's trial

Sun 28 Apr 2019

SES and rural firies join in search for missing man

SES and rural firies join in search for missing man

VOLUNTEERS covering large area at Elbow Valley in search of missing man

Thu 25 Apr 2019

When to see the RAAF flypast: Every Queensland town listed

When to see the RAAF flypast: Every Queensland town listed

LOOK to the sky today as various aircraft take flight for the highly-anticipated Anzac Day Air Force Flypasts. See the full schedule here.

Wed 24 Apr 2019

UPDATE: Highway reopened, rain continues

UPDATE: Highway reopened, rain continues

ONE of southwest Queensland's main thoroughfares has been cut off by floodwaters.

VIDEO: Driver collects ticket machine instead of a ticket

VIDEO: Driver collects ticket machine instead of a ticket

WATCH: Everyone has found themselves too close or too far away from a parking ticket dispenser at some point - however this duo took it to another level.

Record time set at Roma's wife carrying races

Record time set at Roma's wife carrying races

Gold Coast couple dominates Roma's annual wife carrying races in record breaking time

Tue 23 Apr 2019

Toowoomba non-drinker calls for more mocktails to bridge gap

Toowoomba non-drinker calls for more mocktails to bridge gap

A TOOWOOMBA woman is calling for establishments to bridge the gap between drinkers and non-drinkers.

Sun 21 Apr 2019

'Your son is going to die today'

'Your son is going to die today'

Jody Daetz was 17 when leukaemia struck, now his mother is on a mission to help others.

Wed 17 Apr 2019

Fake vegan invasion Facebook post exposed

Fake vegan invasion Facebook post exposed

IF a Facebook post is to be believed, several stores will face a massive vegan invasion next week... or will they?

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