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Tue 19 Mar 2019

Coles, Aldi to axe $1 milk after protests

premium_icon Coles, Aldi to axe $1 milk after protests

COLES and Aldi supermarkets across Australia have confirmed they will increase the price of their home-brand milk to support dairy farmers.

Opal to shine on Mackay courts

premium_icon Opal to shine on Mackay courts

A recently signed Australian Opal and Mackay basketball legend is sure to give the Meteorettes a punch in the first round of the QBLW season.

Shute Harbour Road accident

Shute Harbour Road accident

Emergency services called to Shute Harbour Rd accident.

Parking situation at hospital is 'one hell of a problem'

premium_icon Parking situation at hospital is 'one hell of a problem'

Property developer and owner of two fast food outlets at the South Coffs Service Centre has expressed concerns about the parking situation at the hospital.

Can crooks: Scouting to steal some cans for cash

premium_icon Can crooks: Scouting to steal some cans for cash

Bolt cutters were used to cut the boundary fence latch, break into the sealed cage, and rob them.

An 'inland oasis' among the hills

premium_icon An 'inland oasis' among the hills

Concept designs to transform Collinsville have been drawn up.

Council does backflip on new green waste charges

premium_icon Council does backflip on new green waste charges

The issue was heavily discussed at their meeting and resulted in a positive outcome

GKI attracts more funding from the State Government

premium_icon GKI attracts more funding from the State Government

The GKI project funding continues to rise following an announcement from Keppel Member, Brittany Lauga

Can you help save this couple's dream Aussie holiday?

Can you help save this couple's dream Aussie holiday?

The couple are searching for a lost hard drive of precious trip memories

Pangai’s fitness fears ahead of heavyweight battle

premium_icon Pangai’s fitness fears ahead of heavyweight battle

Ahead of his clash with an in-form Jason Taumalolo, Broncos powerhouse Tevita Pangai Jnr admits he is frustrated with the injuries that have held him back.

Folau’s thoughts with Christchurch victims

premium_icon Folau’s thoughts with Christchurch victims

Israel Folau has been strongly impacted by last week’s massacre in Christchurch and expects the Waratahs match against the Crusaders will be a sombre occasion

Aussies asking for debt help in record numbers

premium_icon Aussies asking for debt help in record numbers

Struggling Australians are laden with unpaid bills and mounting debts which is driving them to seek free financial help.

New details emerge in tragic sunken vessel cases

premium_icon New details emerge in tragic sunken vessel cases

Skipper Matthew Neil Roberts, 61, and crewman David Barry Chivers, 36, remain missing and it's suspected they also lost their lives in the sinking of Cassandra.

JUNIOR GRACES A NEW COURT: Bailey gets chance to play

premium_icon JUNIOR GRACES A NEW COURT: Bailey gets chance to play

BUNDABERG junior Grace Bailey is proof that no matter who you are or what you do, anyone can play sport.

BoM cancels severe thunderstorm warning

BoM cancels severe thunderstorm warning

The Bureau of Meteorology predicts damaging winds and large hail stones

Policy keeps doctors at arm's length

premium_icon Policy keeps doctors at arm's length

No certificate needed for bowlers wanting to use artificial device

Memorial game for beloved Cowboy this weekend

premium_icon Memorial game for beloved Cowboy this weekend

WARWICK and Wattles will play local derby in memory of well-loved footballer.

Mackay's 'richest-ever' bowls event this weekend

premium_icon Mackay's 'richest-ever' bowls event this weekend

Three visiting bowlers will test their skills against twenty-seven locals when they line up for Mackay's richest-ever singles event, writes Vince McSherry.

Coach warns Capras of bringing'false hope' to Rivalry Rounds

premium_icon Coach warns Capras of bringing'false hope' to Rivalry Rounds

Sheppard says Capras clash will be a 'completely different game' after half a dozen new players give them fresh flair.

Councillor calls out senator's 'bad behaviour'

premium_icon Councillor calls out senator's 'bad behaviour'

He refused to call Senator Anning by name, instead referring to him as a 'senator from Gladstone'.

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