June 2020

Published a story 19th Jun 2020 11:42 AM

A 2000km round trip to deliver a petition and calls from the community for a protest rally and restaurant boycotts are not enough to save a McDonald’s licensee.

Petition to save licensee fails to sway Macca’s

A 2000km round trip to deliver a petition and calls from the community for a protest rally and restaurant boycotts are not enough to save a McDonald’s licensee.

Published a story 3rd Jun 2020 7:34 AM

Aussie Matthew Low reveals his frightening reality of living through the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden – where there are almost no restrictions despite deaths.

Scary reality of pandemic in Sweden by Aussie expat

Aussie Matthew Low reveals his frightening reality of living through the COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden – where there are almost no restrictions despite deaths.

May 2020

Published a story 14th May 2020 6:52 PM

A popular McDonald’s licensee, who has given away milk and bread during the COVID-19 pandemic, has opened up about his desire to protect more than 110 staff.

Thousands sign petition for Macca’s licensee

A popular McDonald’s licensee, who has given away milk and bread during the COVID-19 pandemic, has opened up about his desire to protect more than 110 staff.

April 2020

Published a story 23rd Apr 2020 4:10 PM

Work will start on the new high school early next year after ministerial approval was granted for the project that will cater for as many as 900 students.

New Catholic high school approved for city

Work will start on the new high school early next year after ministerial approval was granted for the project that will cater for as many as 900 students.

Published a story 10th Apr 2020 6:51 AM

An 18-year-old cricketer is hoping to be reunited with her family in the Netherlands tomorrow after six rescheduled flights have kept her in Brisbane.

Six flights cancelled in teen’s bid to go home

An 18-year-old cricketer is hoping to be reunited with her family in the Netherlands tomorrow after six rescheduled flights have kept her in Brisbane.

March 2020

Published a story 27th Mar 2020 8:20 AM

About 570,000 people applied for postal votes for Saturday’s election but some are still waiting to receive them.

What to do if your postal vote doesn’t arrive in time

About 570,000 people applied for postal votes for Saturday’s election but some are still waiting to receive them.

Published a story 14th Mar 2020 5:53 AM

QPAC has cancelled its upcoming events this weekend, as one of Brisbane’s most popular foodie venues also flags a temporary closure after tomorrow night.

Virus cancellations across southeast Queenslad

QPAC has cancelled its upcoming events this weekend, as one of Brisbane’s most popular foodie venues also flags a temporary closure after tomorrow night.

February 2020

Published a story 24th Feb 2020 1:33 PM

Hundreds of eels and fish have floated to the surface at a Brisbane lagoon after dying in mysterious circumstances at the weekend.

Mystery behind mass fish, eel deaths at lagoon

Hundreds of eels and fish have floated to the surface at a Brisbane lagoon after dying in mysterious circumstances at the weekend.

Published a story 18th Feb 2020 4:58 PM

The iconic Big Boot is on the move. But despite its owner saying it will “soon return looking better than ever”, its future is far from certain.

Mystery as landmark gets the boot

The iconic Big Boot is on the move. But despite its owner saying it will “soon return looking better than ever”, its future is far from certain.

Published a story 4th Feb 2020 3:43 PM

In a post reminiscent of the cue cards scene from the film Love Actually, a Queensland Labor MP has announced “great news” for anyone who thinks politicians talk too much.

Politician unable to talk for one week

In a post reminiscent of the cue cards scene from the film Love Actually, a Queensland Labor MP has announced “great news” for anyone who thinks politicians talk too much.

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