Day in the sun for bowlers

Lawn bowls day at Southern Cross bowls attracts punters from far and wide for a day of fun and excitement.

How every job in Australia is going to change

The future of work: how your job will change by 2030

FOUND: Warwick lotto winners

Warwick's mystery lotto winners have been found.

Stop the press. Warwick's newest Lotto winners have been found.

Booze on the brain

BREWING: Research indicates a cold one can assist memory.

Study finds alcohol consumption can improve your memory.

Where is Warwick's lotto winner?

Where is Warwick's $212,000 winner?

The ticket was purchased on Thursday from Hynes Newsagency

Warwick firefighters kept busy this morning

Crews called to separate alarm calls in Warwick

Just before 7am crews were called to the Big W Distribution Centre

Tiny Teddies shrunk as Arnotts makes packets even smaller

Arnott’s Tiny Teddy biscuits are a favourite in many households.

But you're still paying the same price.

Gas industry say bubbling Condamine dates back before CSG

Methane bubbling in the Condamine River. Picture: Channel Nine

CSIRO says bubbling of methane has increased threefold

Mums and dads, tool firms stung in building firm collapse

Bloomer's difficulties had repercussions for many firms across Queensland, court records show.

Firms all over Qld affected by construction company collapse

Keppel candidate rejects claim of a 1-term mayoral failure

LNP candidate for Keppel, Peter Blundell, in his mayoral days for Southern Downs Regional Council.

"It would be very easy to bite back with as many scathing insults..”

Mine revamp to bring new jobs

STEP FORWARD: MRV Metals CEO Jason Elks has opened the company's office in Texas.

New jobs are set to bring a boost with new MRV Metals project

Up for the sweetest challenge

CHALLENGE: Wheatvale beekeeper Ugis Lauberts, of Fat Bee Honey, is chasing the unique manuka jellybush honey this season.

The Wheatvale beekeeper's amazing story

Why Warwick lost power last night

Pieces of the electricity lines came down when the driver knocked the pole.

The reasons behind Warwick power outages

Have a mortgage? This warning from the PM is for you

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks during a press conference at the Australian High Commission in London, Tuesday, July 11, 2017. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is in The United Kingdom for a three-day official. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

He reminded home owners that prices don't always go up...

Power outages affect large region near Warwick

POWER CUT: A large area to the south and east of Warwick has been affected by power outages since Wednesday evening.

A large area near Warwick has been affected by power outages

Rose City development takes shape

The third Rose City Shoppingworld tower cap has gone up today.

Rose City Shoppingworld has welcomed another milestone

App can detect pedestrians and cyclist on collision course

Verita Stewart, semi-professional cyclist demonstrates V2P (Vehicle to pedestrian/cyclist) technology. Picture: Kelly Barnes/The Australian.

Driver app can detect pedestrians and cyclist on collision course

Band of Bundy locals set up their own ISP

PROBLEM SOLVER: Luke Baker believes he can offer a better alternative to the internet providers currently serving Bargara.

Giving the NBN a run for money

Help your kids understand money

Our almost cashless society means there are fewer barriers to spending than ever before.

You no longer you need a purse full of coins to spend up at the shop

Creditors' concern at Rivet end

UNCERTAIN FUTURE: Rivet group has made the decision to move Australian Road Express and Rivet Mining East into administration, leaving creditors with questions.

Jobs in question after companies go into administration

Adani workers could send rental prices back up

Adani workers are firing up the oversupplied Townsville rental market. Picture: Wesley Monts

700 units are available in city but many are not furnished

Beers, spirits and 131 years of history up for grabs

The 131-year-old General Gordon Hotel is on the market with all of its quirks included.

Pub with good beer and "lovely food” for sale 20 minutes from town

Airport shock: Sir, you've committed a federal offence

HELPING a fellow passenger threatened to descend into a nightmare for a shocked Sunshine Coast traveller. Did you know this law existed?

In a bit of a muddle over Australian Constitution

MIX-UP: Local government does not exist in the Australian Constitution, says one reader.

The legislative power is the power to make laws

Freedom lost: soon we won't be able to smoke in cars

LETTER: Soon we won't be able to smoke in cars or stick our arm out the window.

Our freedoms are being taken away: Kandanga letter writer

Everyone wants the best of everything these days

 Beauty entrepreneur Jellaine Dee, millionaire businessman Tim Guest, Sydney model and socialite Christian Wilkins, third-generation pub baron Stu Laundy and daughter of boxing champion Kayla Fenech gave up their comfortable lifestyles for 10 days to experience what it is like to be homeless for the SBS three-part documentary series Filthy Rich and Homeless.

Watching the SBS show, Filthy Rich and Homeless, moved me to tears.

About as funny as Barnaby in a yellow onesie

We'd loved to have used a photo of Barnaby Joyce and the Broncos wearing yellow onesies but couldn't find one. So here's one of Barnaby and we'll leave the rest up to your imagination.

WHAT do you want from a Thursday columnist?

OUR SAY: Let's stand up against electricity price rises

Three major retailers have announced increases of up to 20% in their power prices.

Responsibility of consumers to put pressure on energy retailers

Messy lessons to be learnt all day with a little one around

LESSONS: It's a learning curve having a little one, as I'm finding out, in a messy way.

OPINION: Never have I trusted farts less than with a newborn

Pisasale: Watchdog examining Kaitlyn Moore messages

Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale talks to the media in Brisbane, Friday, Dec. 11, 2015. Mr Pisasale responded to a Crime and Corruption Commission report into transparency and accountability in local government.

Ipswich Council has blocked access to any of their communications.

The creepy law proposed by Qld Police

Commissioner Ian Stewart wants police to be able to hack your devices to conduct surveillance.

Proposed laws allow police to turn smart phones into bugs

Rocky Woolies tantrum: 'You call yourselves fresh food people'

Bradley Michael John Smith fronted Rockhampton Magistrates Court charged with public nuisance.

Drunk man's frozen prawn tirade ends in court

Scary brain disease you could have

It's the brain disease a lot of men have but can only be diagnosed after death

CTE found in nearly all brains of people who played football

States 'gouged' users on power

ACCC chairman Rod Sims has accused state governments of formulating energy policy with no regard to the price paid by consumers.

Half the cost is spent on 'poles and wires'

Customer's epic win over Origin Energy

Wagga Wagga woman’s gas bill is almost halved after $819 bill shock

Police were right to shoot - florist

A police tent has been set up at the scene of a fatal shooting at Central Station in Sydney.

He was forced to fight off a man after he was grabbed from behind

The man police shot dead in Central Station

Danukul Mokmool was shot dead by police at Central Station last night.

Man shot dead by police suffering paranoid delusions says brother

Rocky Senator in political crisis vows to put CQ first

Senator Matt Canavan press conference in Rockhampton on his Italian citizenship.

Matt Canavan says he will pay his own legal fees in High Court case

Diving into cancer recovery with hyperbaric

SO SUCCESSFUL: Fran Levy has found the benefit of "dives'.

Patient left painfully scarred by "rare and aggressive cancer".

Twist in case of five missing children

Stepsisters Savannah Tomlins, 13, Indiana Bohning, 11, Charli-Beth Dargie, 9 are the oldest of the five missing Bairnsdale children who haven't been seen since 24 July. Picture: Victoria Police

Mother of five missing siblings has ‘left town’

Mental health is Grenfell fire's latest casualty

The Grenfell Tower disaster has devastatingly affected survivors, local residents and the families of victims, the government's response panel has been told.

At least 20 people have attempted suicide

Female physics teacher banned after mile-high sex with student

A teacher has been banned over shocking incident involving a student on board a plane

A TEACHER has been banned after sex with a pupil on a plane.

Man stabs nurse 119 times because she was transgender

Dee Whigham was stabbed 119 times

Dwanya Hickerson, 21, "lost it" after learning she was born a man.

Princess Diana's burial site targeted by robbers, thieves

Princess Diana

PEOPLE have been trying to dig up Princess Diana's buried body.

Man greets cops at front door holding a bong

Dillon Colin Marshall

Man slammed door shut on police and yelled "F*#k, it's the cops”.

Man steals Redbull, gets locked in Ipswich petrol station

Bar tender pouring a Red Bull energy drink into a glass of vodka and ice. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Man returns to scene of crime less than 24 hours after theft

People are loving this Australia Post email to a customer

An email response to a customer from Australia Post has gone viral.

Australia Post's perfect reply to Canberra customer

Solo man's shocking downfall

Solo Man Mark Coutelas was charged in Cambodia with using and selling the drug ice just three years after being jailed in Thailand.

Solo Man Mark Coutelas arrested in Cambodia on drug offences

Croc and cow video goes around the world

A drone video of a WA croc swimming with a cow in it's mouth has gone viral.

“He’s gotta be five, six metres this croc. He’s massive."

Meet 'Aragog', the Sunshine Coast's monster spider

THATS HUGE: Daily reader Lauren Ansell found a massive spider at her house - the stuff of nightmares.

Massive spider loose on the Sunshine Coast - and he's angry

The Block's family home rescue mission

RENO show's new concept – relocating and restoring crumbling heritage homes – proves its biggest challenge to date.

Angelina Jolie 4.0: Is anyone buying this?

Angelina Jolie, master media manipulator, is back.

Love The Bachelor and a feminist? Sorry, you can't be both

These 22 women trying to win Matty's heart... but at what cost? (Pic: Channel 10)

Tans will be sprayed. Roses will be distributed. Tears will be shed.

George RR Martin: Sixth book won't be out this year

Emilia Clarke returns as Daenerys Targaryen in the seventh season of Game of Thrones, which premieres only on Foxtel on July 17.

“I am still working on it, I am still months away..."

Mum spotted on Google Earth 18 months after death

A woman has spotted her mother on Google Earth - she died in 2015

What's on the big screen this week

A scene from the movie War for the Planet of the Apes.

AN ACTION franchise comes to its epic conclusion.

The Bachelor: Will farting be the key to Matty J's heart?

I don’t know what emotion this is.

MATTY J’s return as The Bachelor was sullied on the first night.