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Tue 21 Jan 2020

Revealed: Queensland’s worst crime spots

premium_icon Revealed: Queensland’s worst crime spots

New data has put a spotlight on Queensland’s worst crime spots with more than 10,000 insurance claims made over four years and car theft on the rise.

Dog attack severs teen girl's lip from face outside pub

premium_icon Dog attack severs teen girl's lip from face outside pub

A MULLUMBIMBY woman whose dog bit a teenage girl on the face outside a pub has faced court.

WIND FARM: $2 billion project starting at grassroots

premium_icon WIND FARM: $2 billion project starting at grassroots

She said great effort had been made to reduce the impacts

New fears for Tiaro’s ‘crippled’ koala population

premium_icon New fears for Tiaro’s ‘crippled’ koala population

‘The numbers there are already in significant decline’

Qld Rail workers paid to chase away birds

premium_icon Qld Rail workers paid to chase away birds

Queensland Rail has admitted it is paying employees to clap and clang bamboo in an attempt to chase birds from a car park.

‘Shock and anger’ at commuter parking loss

premium_icon ‘Shock and anger’ at commuter parking loss

A community group has appealed for better communication as construction results in the loss of 50 parking spaces at a busy train station near Brisbane.

‘It doesn't belong in tennis’: Shock as star slams own fans

premium_icon ‘It doesn't belong in tennis’: Shock as star slams own fans

Tsitsipas is far from thrilled with some of his own supporters after a vocal contingent of fans took their admiration for the 21-year-old too far. 

Gold Coast’s newest island revealed

premium_icon Gold Coast’s newest island revealed

A major push is on to give land status to a sandbank which has become a tourist attraction and a roosting spot for migratory birds.

No Wanderer: Harry told to Kewell his jets

premium_icon No Wanderer: Harry told to Kewell his jets

The Western Sydney Wanderers have been warned off signing Harry Kewell to replace coach Markus Babbel.

Tip workers make grisly discovery during dumping spree

premium_icon Tip workers make grisly discovery during dumping spree

A post Christmas dumping spree at Cairns Regional Council-run waste transfer stations included one seriously grisly offload discovered in a discarded freezer.

‘Digital divide’ pushing kids closer to poverty line

premium_icon ‘Digital divide’ pushing kids closer to poverty line

The number of Australians sponsoring a child for essential school needs has doubled amid increasing concerns some kids are falling years behind due to financial...

Katter hails remote spots as safe for nuclear reactors

premium_icon Katter hails remote spots as safe for nuclear reactors

A nuclear reactor could be built in north west Queensland because the uranium deposits are there and barely anyone lives out there , Federal MP Bob Katter has said.

Full list of council candidate donations and expenditure

premium_icon Full list of council candidate donations and expenditure

COUNCIL candidate donations have exceeded $36,000 with two months until the 2020 local government elections.

PM won’t risk resources jobs over climate change

premium_icon PM won’t risk resources jobs over climate change

The PM is resisting pressure to adapt to a post-fossil fuel world, declaring his government will have a balanced policy which doesn’t put resources jobs at risk.

List of people I’d love to see move to New Zealand

premium_icon List of people I’d love to see move to New Zealand

It’s almost Australia Day and before it gets here I think it’s time we had a clean out. These are the people I think should be sent to NZ.

Raiders run for cover as hail storm lashes training

premium_icon Raiders run for cover as hail storm lashes training

Smoke haze from the bushfire crisis forced the Raiders to relocate to the Sunshine Coast — now players were left running for cover after a freak hail storm.

IN COURT: Full names of 121 people in Ipswich court today

premium_icon IN COURT: Full names of 121 people in Ipswich court today

Every day the QT publishes a full list of those due in court.

Barty survives almighty scare against world No.120

premium_icon Barty survives almighty scare against world No.120

World No.1 Ash Barty was forced to come from a set down in her opening Australian Open clash, but the news wasn’t as good for herself national teammate.

Budding ‘scientist’s’ prized marijuana plant seized

premium_icon Budding ‘scientist’s’ prized marijuana plant seized

This self-proclaimed scientist was planning to make CBD oil from his prized plant, only to have it destroyed by police

Centrelink worker from Coffs suing council for $378,000

premium_icon Centrelink worker from Coffs suing council for $378,000

A Coffs Harbour woman is suing Gold Coast council for more than $300,000 after an accident on a night out which she says has seen her life ‘torn apart’.

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