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Sat 16 Feb 2019

ScoMo losing support from Queenslanders

premium_icon ScoMo losing support from Queenslanders

QUEENSLANDERS have backed Scott Morrison’s stance on border security, but that's not what they'll be voting on this years says Galaxy poll.

’My daughter might have been buried alive’

premium_icon ’My daughter might have been buried alive’

THE father of Margate mother-of-four Patricia Riggs, who was killed by her husband almost 18 years ago, fears she could have been buried alive.

'I almost died on rowing machine': Gym heart attack on CCTV

premium_icon 'I almost died on rowing machine': Gym heart attack on CCTV

Shocking CCTV footage captures the moment a 21-year-old Coast woman suffers a massive heart attack at a gym and is brought back to life using a defibrillator.

Oldham backs bowlers in Webb Shield grand final

premium_icon Oldham backs bowlers in Webb Shield grand final

Vaughan Oldham missed the Ipswich Pioneers' win over Toowoomba, but he was part of the side which came up short against Warehouse the weekend prior.

Fans erupt over silent NRL anthem drama

Fans erupt over silent NRL anthem drama

NRL fans have been left divided over the moment the Indigenous All Stars team did not sing the Australian national anthem.

Queensland mates take on high stakes in Summer Bay

premium_icon Queensland mates take on high stakes in Summer Bay

TIM Franklin and Patrick O'Connor live out action dream in Home and Away's nail-biting return.

Crazy times in Canberra

premium_icon Crazy times in Canberra

The Australian Parliament has shown its best and worst this week

Olympic to test Pride resolve after difficult week

premium_icon Olympic to test Pride resolve after difficult week

Western Pride have started their 2019 National Premier Leagues campaign with consecutive home defeats, and the going does not get much easier in round three.

Baptiste keen to make an impression at Cowboys

premium_icon Baptiste keen to make an impression at Cowboys

KURT Baptiste will probably start in the No.9 jersey for the trial against the Titans.

Riverlink chair slams council's land grab as 'insulting'

premium_icon Riverlink chair slams council's land grab as 'insulting'

Bob Ell, chairman of Leda Holdings which owns Riverlink Shopping Centre, is fighting for "fair" compensation.

Airlines tell Senate they 'maximise' regional route revenue

premium_icon Airlines tell Senate they 'maximise' regional route revenue

Senate inquiry hears airline's 'nirvana' is an all-Queensland NRL grand final

What's on in Ipswich this weekend

What's on in Ipswich this weekend

What's on in and around the city on Saturday and Sunday.

Christmas Day headbutt floors sergeant

premium_icon Christmas Day headbutt floors sergeant

THE blow left the police officer reeling with a painful injury to his left eye socket.

Child minding service a hit at city restaurant

premium_icon Child minding service a hit at city restaurant

Have a meal while someone else watches the kids

Queensland invests another $2.5m on 'electric highway'

premium_icon Queensland invests another $2.5m on 'electric highway'

Influx of 400km-plus range electric vehicles forecast to spark industry excitement.

Thug's Crocodile Dundee line during knife attack

premium_icon Thug's Crocodile Dundee line during knife attack

A WOMAN walking to Ipswich train station took up an offer of a lift but instead was driven to bushland, threatened and robbed at knife point.

Dad with 17 kids admits persistent child offences

premium_icon Dad with 17 kids admits persistent child offences

THE offender's guilty pleas spared the child from having to give evidence.

Bread no longer the staple for bakers as supermarkets rise

premium_icon Bread no longer the staple for bakers as supermarkets rise

Craig Rule can remember a time when a 40m queue of people snaked out of the door of his Redbank Plains shop on a Sunday morning.

Valleys loss will not break spirit says coach

premium_icon Valleys loss will not break spirit says coach

Aaron Moore called for his team to 'show a bit of resilience and grit' when they return to action at home to Sandgate-Redcliffe today.

Fri 15 Feb 2019

Orica fronts court for 330kg ammonia release

premium_icon Orica fronts court for 330kg ammonia release

At about 7am 330kg of ammonia was unintentionally released into the atmosphere through the site flare.

Questions asked over truck driver tragedy

premium_icon Questions asked over truck driver tragedy

Are deadlines pushing truck drivers to the brink?

Bungle that sparked Hakeem’s ordeal

premium_icon Bungle that sparked Hakeem’s ordeal

Australia’s top cop has broken his silence on the real reason refugee and footballer Hakeem al-Araibi came to be stuck in a Thai prison for over two months.

WATCH: Man wields wood in early-morning servo robbery

premium_icon WATCH: Man wields wood in early-morning servo robbery

He demanded money from a staff member before fleeing the store

School concern after preppie given to another mum

premium_icon School concern after preppie given to another mum

WHAT was supposed to be a new chapter in Emily Cattley's daughter's life, has ended up a nightmare.

Dangerous dog 'returned' despite council destruction order

premium_icon Dangerous dog 'returned' despite council destruction order

The dog brutally injured a dachshund and was on death row but was given back to its owner, defying the council destruction order.

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