UPDATE: Man assisting police with $24k theft investigation

Charges are yet to be laid after CCTV footage reveals brazen crime at Indian Mehfil

Boy, 12, hit by car at Oxley

Police generic, crime scene.  Photo Tessa Mapstone / South Burnett Times

POLICE and ambulance officers called to the scene

Firefighters remove pregnant woman from car after collision

Drivers were caught out after the heavy rain on Saturday afternoon with three vehicles sliding down the embankment next to Bill Paterson Oval.

WOMAN taken to hospital after three car crash.

Teen passenger suffers facial injuries in crash

Ambulance with lights on

Photo Tony Martin / Daily Mercury

DRIVER charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police search for Ipswich man missing on Gold Coast

A 20-year-old Ipswich man has been reported missing.

POLICE are calling for public assistance to find the 20-year-old.

VIDEO: Truckies farewell driver killed on the job

Dallas Holland was killed on the Logan Mwy on January 10.

Dallas Holland's death rocks industry, sends new safety message

LifeFlight makes eight lifesaving missions across Ipswich

The Toowoomba-based RACQ LifeFlight Rescue helicopter prepares to airlift a man who was involved in a motorbike accident along the Ipswich Boonah Road in December, 2016.

Every second counts when saving lives, says LifeFlight boss

Mum told to shop around after school supplies rant

GET SORTED: Back to school supplies should not be left to the last minute.

Here's what you said on Facebook

LETTER: NZ treats seniors better than we do

Senior citizens are chased and penalised for their meagre savings.

Senior citizens are chased and penalised for their meagre savings.

Work to be done before Hungry Jack's opens

Roadworks outside the Hungry Jack's restaurant at Brassall must be completed before it opens.

Ipswich residents will have to wait for their Whoppers

Scammers strike more often than hackers: IT specialist

SCAM ALERT: Australia Post published this fake email on its website on January, 11, 2017, warning people its a scam and not to click or past the link into your internet browser. 'Delete the email immediately'.

"Everything locks up; then a ransom note comes up."

Farmers turn to 'Airbnb for campers' for their survival

Calvert farmer Dave Colgan is looking at joining Youcamp to boost his income.

"There aren't many who are able to make a go of it just farming"

NEW: ALDI confirms opening date of seventh Ipswich store

NEW STORE: Aldi will soon open its seventh store in Ipswich.

Aldi is preparing to open its seventh store in Ipswich

Thousands of jobs part of $1b retirement village project

THIS YEAR: An artist impression of the new Aveo retirement village in Springfield.

Aveo Springfield unveiled this month, homes ready by July

‘This is not a job for cry babies’

FESTIVE FRUITS: Apricots, mangoes and nectarines are among the favourites in the lead up to Christmas.

List of rules for fruitpickers goes viral

Two CQ mines likely to kick off in 2017

Two key projects look likely to go ahead this year.

Hundreds of jobs this year

College threatens sacked staff with police, prosecution

IN SPOTLIGHT: SmartCity Vocational College has sent an email to ex-SC Admin Pty Ltd staff threatening police action/prosecution over missing equipment.

Staff owed up to $2.6 million threatened over missing equipment

Why Cathay Pacific jumbo hasn't flown to Wellcamp

Cathay Pacific 747-8 jumbo cargo plane flys into Wellcamp Airport bound for Hong Kong, Monday, November 23, 2015. Photo Kevin Farmer / The Chronicle

Freight exporter explains cancelled flights from Wellcamp airport

Employment growth sped up at end of 2016

The Palm Lake Group is looking for a site supervisor.

The pace of employment growth gathered pace towards the end of 2016

Shooting pigs from helicopters helps to break 'curse'

TOP RESULT: Jim Swan couldn't have been happier when aerial shooter Mark Scant reported finding only one feral pig to shoot.

Only one pig was shot during an aerial shoot on Thursday.

LETTER: Public health staff work wonders

Ipswich Hospital reaffirmed my faith in the public system

COMMENT: Time to respect the Australian flag

Let's bring back respect for our flag.

It's used as a weapon to divide our society, not unite it.

LETTER: Why minister needs to hear growers' side

Canegrowers noted, with disappointment, comments from Mr Timithy Auguston, advisor to Queensland Minister for Agriculture Bill Byrne (pictured).

CANEGROWERS noted, with disappointment, comments from Tim Auguston

When council trees cause damage

DEAD GUMS: Old trees have been allegedly poisoned at a property on Quay St Bundaberg.Photo: Paul Donaldson / NewsMail

LETTER: Is their work doing more harm than good?

Challenge mind in the third age

JOIN US: Eric Boel (left) and Geoff Mayhew set up shop for U3A Ipswich and West Moreton.

Make your retirement great by getting involved in community group

Mine halt after land caved in

JACK OF ALL TRADES: Harry Gee Stationer, News Agent, Picture Framer at North Ipswich.

Subsidence isolated residents

Strange Politics: Follow Pauline on high and low roads

No need to choose - Pauline takes the high and low roads.

Enter Pauline Hanson - the political phoenix

Man, 50, arrested in major sexual assaults investigation

NSW police generic Handcuffs arrest. 07 October 2016

Gold Coast man likely to be charged with numerous offences

Man allegedly strangles ibis to death, threatens passers-by

The Australian white ibis is becoming a pest across Bundaberg.

A man has allegedly taken an ibis by the neck and killed it

Bucasia man dies after two-vehicle crash

A 40-year-old Bucasia man died after an early morning crash on Saturday on the Bruce Hwy at Balberra.

A man has died after a motorbike and car crash on the Bruce Hwy.

16 die as school's bus catches fire

BURNT WRECK: The bus that crashed in Italy on its way to Budapest.

A bus has caught fire in Italy, killing at least 16 people

Death of 3-month-old brings Melbourne toll to five

People showing their respects on the corner of Burke and Elizabeth st.

A 3-month-old boy has become the fifth victim of Friday’s rampage

Fix is well and truly in and voters don't buy it

VOTERS aren't buying the spin from politicians any more, says Bill Hoffman.

Great pretence that has voters turning their backs on politicians

Hate to scare you but a spider plague is nigh

A funnel web spider found in Tom Storey's pool at Wollongbar.

It’s the stuff of nightmares

What happened to this student, soldier who disappeared?

Sean Sargent with his father Tom and stepmother Ruth.

Dux of Pioneer High, soldier, disappeared trace 18 years ago

Five people arrested over violent robbery

Police generic.  Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily

Police have arrested five people after they allegedly stole a car

Child among three dead, driver shot in CBD tragedy

The car being driven on Bourke St, Melbourne, before the incident. Picture: Tony Gough

Police chased a rogue car through the CBD

Melbourne pedestrians 'flying through air' after hit

People are seen hugging on the corner of Bourke and Elizabeth street after a rogue car ploughed through pedestrians at Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne.

"There were three or four contorted bodies on the ground.”

Man guilty of animal cruelty for swallowing live goldfish

Man who swallowed a live goldfish found guilty of animal cruelty

US Interior Department told to stop using twitter entirely

Posts cause Trump to call for entire department's twitter shutdown

Rampaging Melbourne driver’s troubling Facebook posts

“Illumamati are a whole bunch of dogs ... I found out”

WATCH: Crowd gathers to watch Rocky's CBD croc

Crocodile sign.
Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

The crocodile sighting thrilled children watching from the riverbank

Shopping isn't fun if you can see dead people

Lisa Marie Woodham will be giving readings in Gladstone until Saturday January 21.

Shopping isn't fun if you can see dead people

Buderim man strips off for speed dating with a twist

RAW AMBITION: Buderim local Jackson pictured with his blind date Candice in a scene from SBS's new dating show Undressed.

People have done stranger things for love

Giant 'prehistoric' eel caught on golf course

MONSTER: Sandy Gallop Golf Club greenkeeper Jimmy Shaw with the giant eel he caught in the murky depths of Deebing Creek on the 18th hole.

Sandy Gallop greenkeeper wrestles with beastly serpent from the deep

Zuckerberg defends land grab

Mark Zuckerberg is going to court to gain ownership of isolated pockets of land tucked away within his sprawling estate in Hawaii, but says no one will be forced off the property.

Facebook founder denies he is forcing families to sell their land

Jennifer Aniston wants to return to TV

Jennifer Aniston is desperate to make a return to TV

Madonna hopes for election unity

Madonna hopes Donald Trump's election will "bring people together"

JK Rowling rules out Cursed Child trilogy

JK Rowling has ruled out a 'Cursed Child' movie trilogy

Buckley's chance in psychological thriller

James McAvoy and Betty Buckley in a scene from the movie Split.

Broadway veteran back on big screen with James McAvoy

Daniel MacPherson: acting’s a bit like channel surfing

Australian actor Daniel MacPherson in a scene from the American TV series APB.

THE Aussie export talks about making his mark in the US.

Chopper's Republic of Ipswich

HELLO: Chopper will perform his new show Anzakistan at the Racehorse Hotel next month.

Popular character returns