Woman who collapsed in centre airlifted to Brisbane

Shocked shoppers watch on as paramedics perform CPR on a person who collapsed inside Rose City Shoppingworld.

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Having battled PND four times, Mel says the secret is sleep

'I just thought, don’t all mothers get no sleep?’

'My husband lasted 6 weeks as a stay at home dad'

APN Hey Mummy Feature for online - stock images. Katie Dykes being interviewed for the webisodes. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

FROM the outside, being a stay at home mum looks like a breeze.

THE EXPERT: Stop judging working mothers

SUPER MUMS: Being a working mums comes down to perfecting time management.

"WORKING for money is all right; so is working because you want to.”

Health and nutrition with kids - how do you balance it?

HOW important is health and nutrition in your household?

Smack or no smack - where do you stand?

THE debate is reignited - is smacking acceptable?

Technology and kids: Do you ever cut their wi-fi?

Check out our new video series featuring mums having a chat

Clive Palmer: I'll reopen my nickel refinery next year

CLIVE Palmer has left the door open to rehiring workers fired when his Townsville Queensland Nickel operation shut down.

Election could save miners’ memorial money shortfall

AMWU’s John Hempseed

Important memorial construction could be stalled

OPINION: No more piecemeal politics

Editor Shelley Strachan

Gympie region does not want any more piecemeal politics

Together we're united for 6.8m regional Australians

Fairgo for regional australia.

Open letter to Malcolm Turnbull and bill Shorten

Wide Bay candidates: Why you should vote for me

Here's why you should vote for each of Wide bay's candidates

LETTER: ‘Students breathe in toxic car fumes’

Kiss and Go is a convenient way to collect young children from school in the afternoons but the wait might be impacting their health.

LETTER: Waging a war we can't afford, apparently

Australian Defence Forces personnel from Force Protection Element 4 (FPE4) and Force Communication Element 3 (FCE3) parade as they are farewelled before deploying to Afghanistan at Gallipoli Barracks in Brisbane, Monday, June 29, 2015. Their deployment is aimed at supporting Australia's force protection mission in Afghanistan. (AAP Image/Dan Peled) NO ARCHIVING

Our self-proclaimed economic manager has shot himself in the foot

LETTER: Are we in danger of losing our sense of humour?

Eddie McGuire

I cannot see how the throw away comment on a fun fund raiser

READER'S VIEW: Australia Post a waste of time and money

CHANGING TIMES: Changes to Australia Post prices and delivery service take effect today.

It took 12 days for a letter to come from Sydney to Rocky

If you silly vote, don’t be surprised if you get a donkey

Josie the donkey at Caboolture Historical Village on Australia Day.

Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News

Why a drawing on your ballot paper just won't cut it

OPINION: No more piecemeal politics

Editor Shelley Strachan

Gympie region does not want any more piecemeal politics

COMMENT: Win for our CBD

Times have been tough for retail in Warwick.


Artists transform street with yarn art

Jumpers and Jazz in July Diggers Garden Group entry from 2015.

Tree-jumper art is the latest creation in Warwick's CBD.

Turnbull govt reveals new approach on regional health

DISADVANTAGES in rural health will become a key focus if the Coalition is re-elected.

Finally regions will get a Fair Go

Congestion on the Bruce Highway.

It's time for the major parties to close the country city gap

Fair Go campaign wins back our funding

The fund was originally created for people living in regional areas

All parties urged to treat young people seriously

There is a higher education gap between regional areas and Brisbane

Cities ahead by $2 billion in health funding

INVOLVED: Dr Ewen McPhee wants to see better heath services in rural areas.

People living in rural areas are missing out on $2 billion in funds

Barnaby Joyce throws support behind Fair Go campaign

GIVE REGIONS A FAIR GO: Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce at the roundabout at the Fiveways during his visit to Gympie this week.

Barnaby Joyce thrown his support behind Fair Go campaign

On the front line of skin cancer fight in Warwick

Dr Gerard Purcell specialises in skin cancers, treating dozens of melanoma patients each week at the Condamine Medical Centre in Warwick.

Clinic allows greater treatment of melanomas locally

Brand Insights

Brand Insights

Aussies in the Tour de France

SIMON GERRANS – Team: Orica-GreenEDGE. Age: 36. Tours: 10.
THE Victorian can still do a job for his team. Has twice won stages on the Tour de France and became the first Australian to win a stage on all of the three grand tours. Had an injury-plagued 2015, breaking six bones in seven  crashes, but this season has been better, winning the Tour Down Under.

Five of our hopes for 2016.

Main contenders for the Tour de France

CHRIS FROOME – Team: Team Sky. Age: 31. Best result: Winner 2013 and 2015.
THE Briton is not only aiming to be the first back-to-back Tour champion since Miguel Indurain in 1995, but is also going for  time trial and road race success at the Olympic Games. Has already won the Criterium du Dauphine and  Herald Sun Tour this year.

Five riders expected to fight it out for yellow jersey.

Ninox drones fly on the Downs

Local landholders gathered at Brooklyn to watch the drone fly over the Goondiwindi Region cattle property.Photo Sophie Lester / Warwick Daily News

Ninox Robotics drones take flight over Southern Downs to help track wild dogs.

PHOTOS: Terrorists bomb Turkish airport

TURKISH officials say 28 people have been killed and a further 60 injured after...

IN DEEP: Japan diving lures Coast instructor

Local dive instructor heads to Okinawa

One eel of a catch for fishing family

The snake eel had "really sharp teeth" so they had to hold it by its head.

Fisherman had to ask what they actually caught

OPINION: Why the snap action to kill so many wild animals?

The 4.38m Saltwater Crocodile which was removed from Daly River on March 13, 2015 was the largest croc caught for the year.

Isn’t there a better way than to kill off all the nearby suspects?

Clive Palmer to re-open refinery

Clive Palmer on ABC radio.

Clive Palmer talks about his achievements, election chances and re-opening the...

Passers-by revive elderly woman at Warwick shopping centre

Warwick police officer-in-charge Sergeant Jamie Deacon speaks at the Rose City...

Room to roam is good for chooks, says study

FREE RANGE: Consumer interest in animal welfare is driving change in the laying hen industry in Australia.

"We are now looking into what that means in terms of hen welfare"

Maserati's first SUV lands in Sydney, and is it a bargain?

SYDNEY REVEAL: A diesel SUV Maserati? It's the luxury all-wheel-drive family high rider you've been waiting for, but can it steal Range Rover Sport and Porsche Cayenne buyers?

New SUV should double Maserati sales volume in Australia

Toowoomba woman stars in world-wide reality TV show

WEDDING GOWNS: Ferrari Formalwear and Brides of Toowoomba owner Leesa Pailthorpe is excited to feature on reality television show Say Yes to the Dress.

Say Yes to the Dress was filmed at Brides of Sydney

One third of young mums smoking during pregnancy

A smoker enjoys a cigarette in Sydney, Tuesday, May 3, 2016. The cost of a packet of cigarettes could rise to $40 after Finance Minister Mathias Cormann confirmed the Federal Budget would contain a 12.5 per cent annual increase in tobacco excise over the four years to 2020. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Young mums still not getting the message

Shacking up with VW’s Caddy Van, road test and review

CADDY LIFE: Compact van an enduring commercial favourite with its car-like driving manners and economy, and secures half the market share of its segment in Australia

VW holds half the small van market with its enduring Caddy

Alpaca my fork! TAFE students cook the new red meat

ECHOES RESTAURANT: Chef David Campbell with TAFE student Maggie Wu prepare the Kimchi and Sriracha for the braised Alpaca shoulder.Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

“It delivers a beautiful, delicate flavour between lamb and veal"

Burnett Heads housing development approved

COUNCIL APPROVED: A Burnett Heads housing development has been approved by Bundaberg Regional Council. Photo Contributed

Councillors approved the development seven votes to four

Three bedroom, 1100sqm block: Is this Qld's cheapest home?

BARGAIN BUY: Is this North Bundaberg property the cheapest home in Queensland?

Becoming a real estate mogul is all about risk and reward