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Wed 22 Aug 2018

What damaged money is really worth

What damaged money is really worth

YOU’VE accidentally ripped a banknote or got a damaged one back in change. Here’s what to do.

Midwife testifies at inquest into Gladstone baby's death

Midwife testifies at inquest into Gladstone baby's death

THESE Queensland parents lost their newborn baby just hours after she was dropped by a nurse who was hurrying between birthing suites.

Bridging the gap for charity

Bridging the gap for charity

BUSINESSES across Brisbane are pulling on running shoes to take part in this week’s Bridge to Brisbane – and all for a good cause.

World tour rider McCarthy recommits to BORA-hansgrohe

World tour rider McCarthy recommits to BORA-hansgrohe

Maryborough's Jay McCarthy will remain on the world tour for at least the next two years after he resigned with BORA-hansgrohe.

PUB FIRE: Main street open, investigations continuing

PUB FIRE: Main street open, investigations continuing

EMERGENCY crews leave the scene of a large fire which has destroyed an iconic Dalby pub.

Scandalous Titanic artefact surfaces for auction

Scandalous Titanic artefact surfaces for auction

A GOLD cigarette case that once belonged to a wealthy couple that survived the Titanic disaster in controversial fashion is up for auction.

Flight Centre accused of ‘ripping off’ customers

Flight Centre accused of ‘ripping off’ customers

STAFF at Flight Centre claim they are told to mark-up individual bookings by up to thousands — and customers have no idea.

How a rookie officer saved a newborn

How a rookie officer saved a newborn

THE car sped up to the Flinders Medical Centre emergency department with the driver leaning on the horn. Inside, a just-born baby girl wasn’t breathing.

Son’s tribute to ‘loving father’ killed in attack

Son’s tribute to ‘loving father’ killed in attack

THE son of a man murdered in an horrendous stabbing south of Brisbane on Saturday, has paid tribute to his father who was a “mate to everyone”.

Government won't take company tax cuts to next election

Government won't take company tax cuts to next election

PETER Dutton has gone on radio and admitted he is canvassing support from his fellow MPs — and is expected to launch another challenge.

Wedding is a relaxed affair

Wedding is a relaxed affair

Rebecca Samios and Robert Montin's wedding was not quite traditional.

Official ribbon cutting at Big Thermometer

Official ribbon cutting at Big Thermometer

AFTER more than a decade of planning and working, the Big Thermometer will be officially opened.

Service clubs come together for farmers

Service clubs come together for farmers

Service clubs to host a fundraiser for drought relief

Dream home opens to public

Dream home opens to public

EVER wondered what it would be like to walk through your dream home before it was built?

Abortion could soon be legal in Queensland

Abortion could soon be legal in Queensland

ABORTION could soon be removed from Queensland’s criminal code after Labor introduced new legislation to state parliament.

Music to entertain and soothe the soul

Music to entertain and soothe the soul

Music in the Gallery returns to Stanthorpe

Talented kids with the help of creative director

Talented kids with the help of creative director

STANTHORPE Has Talent has been a collaborative project between the performers and a number of advisors who have contributed their expertise along the way.

Weather grief for fire brigades

Weather grief for fire brigades

Wind speeds of up to 70km/h made fighting fires even tougher

Look out for wildlife in fires

Look out for wildlife in fires

Local wildlife carers haven't seen any animals injured in the fires.

Puzzling oversight in leadership battle

Puzzling oversight in leadership battle

SHE’S more popular, better qualified and could actually help the Coalition win the next election — so why isn’t the party turning to Julie Bishop?

Ponga hints at future code switch

Ponga hints at future code switch

NEWCASTLE sensation Kalyn Ponga has opened up on his desire to play for the All Blacks, if he was to make a code switch to rugby union in the future.

Proof our democracy is dead

Proof our democracy is dead

AUSTRALIA has become a “laughing stock”. Our democracy is dead, and its killers are now running the country.

Calm Lightning not road worriers

Calm Lightning not road worriers

SUNSHINE Coast will revel in their road warrior “bubble’’ in the Super Netball grand final this Sunday when the reigning champions take on West Coast in Perth

Optus to cut hundreds of jobs

Optus to cut hundreds of jobs

OPTUS has told staff it will cut hundreds of more jobs as it reshapes its business to deal with a changing mobile market.

Travis Collins ready to rock Gympie Muster with new album

Travis Collins ready to rock Gympie Muster with new album

Toyota Star Maker alumni is back and braver than ever ahead of showcase gig on the Muster main stage.

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