Queensland News

Wed 20 Feb 2019

Truckie calls for tougher laws on who can tow a caravan

Truckie calls for tougher laws on who can tow a caravan

A NSW transport boss believes the federal government needs to step in and make caravan users pass minimum skill tests before they're allowed on the roads.

’Nightmare’ parents harrassing teachers

’Nightmare’ parents harrassing teachers

Teachers have revealed their horror stories about how intense parents have become. One parent went so far as to stalk a teacher home.

Shocking footage shows botched ATM robbery

Shocking footage shows botched ATM robbery

They smashed through a window to gain a better access.

Truth about Ines and Sam’s ‘fake’ affair

Truth about Ines and Sam’s ‘fake’ affair

LAST night’s episode made it abundantly clear the much-hyped ‘affair’ is fake — but not in the way you’d think.

Restaurant bans kids from using iPads

Restaurant bans kids from using iPads

A SYDNEY restaurant owner has banned devices and colouring books from his tables, but he seems to be forgetting why parents come to restaurants.

Woman taken to hospital after three vehicle highway crash

Woman taken to hospital after three vehicle highway crash

A woman was transported to hospital with multiple injuries after emergency services have freed her from her car

'We will shame them': Elders promise justice for offenders

'We will shame them': Elders promise justice for offenders

'We will shame them in court and rip it right in.'

Cyclone's sudden lurch towards major cities

Cyclone's sudden lurch towards major cities

Severe Tropical Cyclone Oma has made a sudden change in direction and is now bearing down on Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Tue 19 Feb 2019

Patient airlifted after colliding with a cow on a quad bike

Patient airlifted after colliding with a cow on a quad bike

RACQ Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Service was tasked to a quad bike roll over which landed a patient in hospital

How 25yo built $1.75m property empire

How 25yo built $1.75m property empire

JOEY D’Agata bought his first home four years ago at just 21. Today, he’s built a four-property portfolio — and it’s making him rich.

Warnings over 244km/h winds in ‘destructive’ cyclone

Warnings over 244km/h winds in ‘destructive’ cyclone

THE category 3 Cyclone Oma is powering up and bearing down on Queensland and NSW, and it’s already having a dramatic effect on the coast.

'Housing tax': Phrase you will be hearing as election looms

'Housing tax': Phrase you will be hearing as election looms

AN issue that plagued the government for years has been turned on its head amid claims “everyone who rents a house” will have to pay more.

BUSHFIRES: Why the sun and moon go red

BUSHFIRES: Why the sun and moon go red

The Border Post spoke to a meteorologist to find out what this happens during bushfires

Milk price hike 'great news' for dairy farmers

Milk price hike 'great news' for dairy farmers

There is finally some good news for our farmers as Woolworths made a significant announcement today.

Woman taken to hospital after three-vehicle crash at roundabout

Woman taken to hospital after three-vehicle crash at...

Three vehicles have collided at a roundabout early this morning.

Mon 18 Feb 2019

Man trapped under machinery

Man trapped under machinery

Emergency services are working to free a man trapped under heavy machinery at a Far Northern private property.

‘Save me’: Chilling text before alleged rape

‘Save me’: Chilling text before alleged rape

A woman who claims a former union boss raped her allegedly messaged a friend shortly before the incident asking her to “save me”.

Queensland resident finds massive 40kg scrub python in home

Queensland resident finds massive 40kg scrub python in home

A video of a massive scrub python found inside a Far North home has been watched almost four million times.

Cyclone Oma threatens Queensland

Cyclone Oma threatens Queensland

Queensland’s southeast is already feeling the effects of a cyclone bearing down northeast of Australia.

Liberals paid $423 million to island beach shack

Liberals paid $423 million to island beach shack

A COMPANY registered to a beach shack at the end of a dirt road somehow won a lucrative contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

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