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Fri 23 Aug 2019

Man accused of keeping woman as slave

premium_icon Man accused of keeping woman as slave

A Brisbane man has been charged with human trafficking over allegations he kept a woman as his work slave and would not let her leave.

'My heart is broken': Tributes for teen killed in crash

premium_icon 'My heart is broken': Tributes for teen killed in crash

'My heart is so broken. Rest easy my bro. You will be missed but never forgotten.'

70,000 builders at risk of breaching new regulations

premium_icon 70,000 builders at risk of breaching new regulations

Queensland’s builders are on noticewith new laws about to be implemented - designed to reduce the number of companies going into liquidation, costing subbies...

Palmer loses bid to shut down trial

premium_icon Palmer loses bid to shut down trial

Businessman Clive Palmer has failed in his bid to shut down the Queensland Nickel collapse trial, after his lawyers earlier this week said it had turned into a...

BEER REVIEW: The stout to choose for special occasions

premium_icon BEER REVIEW: The stout to choose for special occasions

Mountie Maple Imperial Stout is an amazing taste experience that is nearly like drinking tiramisu.

MANHUNT: Tactical Crime Squad carry out yard by yard search

premium_icon MANHUNT: Tactical Crime Squad carry out yard by yard search

Police are chasing a man through Mackay streets

Groups linked to MP back China’s brutal Hong Kong stance

premium_icon Groups linked to MP back China’s brutal Hong Kong stance

A state Labor MP closely linked to Australian Chinese organisations throwing their support behind Beijing’s crackdown in Hong Kong is refusing to distance himself...

Fire hero out of pocket after $250k bulldozer destroyed

premium_icon Fire hero out of pocket after $250k bulldozer destroyed

A DEEPWATER business owner who lost his house, his honey business, and his bulldozer in an intense bushfire last November is still waiting for insurance.

Labor leader gets a call from Ogilvie

premium_icon Labor leader gets a call from Ogilvie

LABOR leader Rebecca White has received the call she has been waiting for.

How a ‘naughty dog’ is helping anxious kids

premium_icon How a ‘naughty dog’ is helping anxious kids

How a naughty Hungarian Vizsla inspired a leading psychologist to consider this alternative way to help children suffering from anxiety.

Dozens of dead roos on Queensland beach

premium_icon Dozens of dead roos on Queensland beach

Up to 40 kangaroos, and other wildlife, have been found dead on a Queensland beach after attempts to flee fierce bushfires in the area yesterday.

The money movement changing people’s lives

premium_icon The money movement changing people’s lives

There’s a worldwide money movement that is helping transform people’s lives but is a good idea financially to do this?

Brisbane teen charged after Tweed police chase

premium_icon Brisbane teen charged after Tweed police chase

A POLICE pursuit through the Tweed which resulted in two cars being destroyed in a blaze has ended with the arrest of a 17-year-old youth.

FEE SHOCKER: Group hit with penalty to use flag on shirts

premium_icon FEE SHOCKER: Group hit with penalty to use flag on shirts

BUNDABERG'S Aboriginal community-controlled health organisation says it has been forced to pay thousands of dollars for using the Aboriginal flag.

FRAUD MUM: Spotlight boss's staggering debt revealed

premium_icon FRAUD MUM: Spotlight boss's staggering debt revealed

A MOTHER who repeatedly and "brazenly" stole almost $42,000 from safes at the Spotlight store has been sentenced.

Council narrows down potential sites for sports precinct

premium_icon Council narrows down potential sites for sports precinct

Many community groups are wanting to expand with no room to go

Stolen pets discovered during raid on home

premium_icon Stolen pets discovered during raid on home

POLICE officers were raiding the home for an unrelated matter when they discovered the stolen pets.

Bizarre mentality of confessed Cooktown killer

premium_icon Bizarre mentality of confessed Cooktown killer

In a murder trial that puzzled most onlookers, the question remains — what was Matthew Ross White thinking?

SHOCK: You can still buy property at Rainbow Beach for $300k

premium_icon SHOCK: You can still buy property at Rainbow Beach for $300k

This area of the Gympie region is attractive to many, even A-list celebrities

Is this the most useless robber?

premium_icon Is this the most useless robber?

“So ineffective” was this Cairns man’s armed robbery effort that one of his would-be hostages was able to fake a work call and in fact call the police.

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