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Fri 20 Apr 2018

BREAKING: Reports child missing from Warwick property

BREAKING: Reports child missing from Warwick property

WARWICK social media sites have lit up this evening with concern over a reported missing child.

Shooting victim was visiting apartment block

premium_icon Shooting victim was visiting apartment block

POLICE have identified the 24-year-old victim killed in the shooting

State-wide turmoil, Council extends waste management review

State-wide turmoil, Council extends waste management review

SOUTHERN Down's upcoming waste management strategy has been delayed amid state-wide turmoil and international tensions in the waste management industry.

Titans query wisdom of deadline to fill 30-man roster

Titans query wisdom of deadline to fill 30-man roster

Gold Coast coach Garth Brennan says he will struggle to fill the 30 top-tier spots at his NRL club before the June 30 deadline without "looking like an idiot”

Snake bite victim confirmed as 46-year-old scaffolder

Snake bite victim confirmed as 46-year-old scaffolder

THE 46-year-old man killed by an eastern brown snake bite at Deeragun has been identified as scaffolder Aaron Bryant.

Fewer visitors at Leslie Dam a shore thing

Fewer visitors at Leslie Dam a shore thing

Currently sitting at 11.3percent capacity, the water's edge at Leslie Dam is about 70m from the bottom of all three boat ramps

Scary $2 billion riches in EPL record

Scary $2 billion riches in EPL record

England’s biggest football clubs are celebrating their richest ever season with a bonkers 300 per cent profit boom

Woman cleared of sacking ‘no’ voter

Woman cleared of sacking ‘no’ voter

A CANBERRA business owner who sacked a contractor for posting “It’s OK to vote No” on Facebook has been cleared.

Union officials charged over roadworks delays

premium_icon Union officials charged over roadworks delays

SIX construction union officials have been charged with trespassing after a series of alleged interruptions to work at an M1 upgrade worksite in Caloundra.

Trainer guilty of punching horse six times

Trainer guilty of punching horse six times

SEYMOUR trainer Michael Quadara has been found guilty of punching one of his horses in a roadside incident which shocked eyewitnesses late last year.

150mm of rain to fall in just 72 hours

150mm of rain to fall in just 72 hours

GET ready for a drenching - weather experts have predicted rain, rain, rain... and then a bit more rain.

U-TURN: Ipswich council to sign new recycling contract

U-TURN: Ipswich council to sign new recycling contract

IPSWICH City Council has backed down on its decision to send all recyclables to landfill.

Police swoop on alleged attacker as man fights for life

Police swoop on alleged attacker as man fights for life

Man rushed to Mackay Base Hospital in critical condition

Nothing compares to secret Prince song

Nothing compares to secret Prince song

IF you thought you loved Sinead O’Connor’s version of Nothing Compares 2 U, wait until you hear Prince’s original recording, released for the first time.

Rates fiasco: Case closed after pollies' intervention

premium_icon Rates fiasco: Case closed after pollies' intervention

Dreams of massive rebates were squashed after Govt stepped in

Hard-hit star Titan admits he needs to smarten up

Hard-hit star Titan admits he needs to smarten up

Star Gold Coast Titans halfback Ash Taylor has challenged himself to be smarter and more resilient as he is increasingly targeted by opposition defences

'You're a legend mate' - Matt Damon catches up with Tristan

'You're a legend mate' - Matt Damon catches up with Tristan

Hollywood star proves he's a good guy while at Rainbow Beach

Five worst revelations from Banking Royal Commission

Five worst revelations from Banking Royal Commission

THE shocking behaviour of Australia’s banks has been dragged into the spotlight. Here’s what we know so far.

Barnaby and Vikki welcome baby

Barnaby and Vikki welcome baby

BARNABY Joyce and his new partner Vikki Campion have welcomed their new baby, after their relationship led to his career downfall.

Senator not quitting: He 'still has more work to do'

premium_icon Senator not quitting: He 'still has more work to do'

THE LNP senator who convinced Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to stage the banking royal commission has apparently backflipped on his plans to quit.

Southern Downs Heritage Festival brings in the tourists

Southern Downs Heritage Festival brings in the tourists

IN JUST three years the Southern Downs Heritage Festival has started to create a buzz around the region and beyond.

The heart-stopping moment rigid turns into oncoming traffic

The heart-stopping moment rigid turns into oncoming traffic

ANOTHER day, another heart-stopping dash cam video.

Guardian angel: Man wins Powerball off late dad’s numbers

Guardian angel: Man wins Powerball off late dad’s numbers

A SYDNEY man’s father made him promise to keep using his lottery numbers after he passed away. Last night, they paid off.

Sussan Ley to introduce bill to end live sheep exports

Sussan Ley to introduce bill to end live sheep exports

REGIONAL Liberal MP Sussan Ley will introduce a private members' bill to end live sheep exports.

Hodgey has been 'awesome', says Lions young gun

Hodgey has been 'awesome', says Lions young gun

Brisbane Lions young gun Cameron Rayner cannot believe the negativity being directed at teammate Luke Hodge.

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