July 2015

Published a story 29th Jul 2015 3:34 PM

COUNCILS will take the reins on stock routes under the new laws handing them financial control of grazier fees.

Proposal: Councils, not state, to issue grazing permits

COUNCILS will take the reins on stock routes under the new laws handing them financial control of grazier fees.

Published a story 27th Jul 2015 6:30 PM

A MUM accused of helping cover up a hammer attack that penetrated a man’s skull will be released from custody to return to her two children in Gympie.

Bail for mum accused of hammer attack cover up

A MUM accused of helping cover up a hammer attack that penetrated a man’s skull will be released from custody to return to her two children in Gympie.

Published a story 27th Jul 2015 6:24 PM

AN alleged Toowoomba drug dealer cannot reunite with his pregnant girlfriend after a court found the risk of him re-offending was too high.

Alleged Toowoomba drug dealer denied bail

AN alleged Toowoomba drug dealer cannot reunite with his pregnant girlfriend after a court found the risk of him re-offending was too high.

Published a story 27th Jul 2015 1:30 PM

A SUPREME court justice has questioned whether Max Peter Smith could have falsely implicated a second teen in the stabbing death of Toowoomba's Jake Lasker.

Questions raised over teen's involvement in stabbing case

A SUPREME court justice has questioned whether Max Peter Smith could have falsely implicated a second teen in the stabbing death of Toowoomba's Jake Lasker.

Published a story 20th Jul 2015 11:42 AM

LOVE is a verb.

OPINION: Love must conquer all

LOVE is a verb.

Published a story 17th Jul 2015 4:18 PM

ANTI-Islamic groups feed off stereotypes, latching onto the fear of more attacks. And saying they represent patriotic Australians is insulting to the rest of us

OPINION: white supremacy scares me more than terrorism

ANTI-Islamic groups feed off stereotypes, latching onto the fear of more attacks. And saying they represent patriotic Australians is insulting to the rest of us

Published a story 16th Jul 2015 6:54 PM

MORE than 5000 people have signed petitions calling to block legislation to implement three net-free zones off Cairns, Mackay and the Capricorn Coast.

5000 sign petitions against net-free zones off Qld coast

MORE than 5000 people have signed petitions calling to block legislation to implement three net-free zones off Cairns, Mackay and the Capricorn Coast.

Published a story 16th Jul 2015 6:34 PM

AUSTRALIA’s most notorious bank robber “the postcard bandit” wants to live on the Sunshine Coast.

The 'postcard bandit' could be settling down on Coast

AUSTRALIA’s most notorious bank robber “the postcard bandit” wants to live on the Sunshine Coast.

Published a story 16th Jul 2015 10:33 AM

A RETIRED judge will investigate why the LNP closed the Barrett Adolescent Centre.

Palaszczuk vows to find answers for parents of teens

A RETIRED judge will investigate why the LNP closed the Barrett Adolescent Centre.

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