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More trouble for Dreamliner

Boeing's troubled new Dreamliner aircraft has been grounded after issues with it fire extinguishers.

The fresh issues come after the Dreamliner spent four months grounded for catching fire.

Boeing engineers have fallen on their swords for designing the best possible method of killing people.

Troubled BlackBerry puts itself up for sale

Blackberry has responded to the failure of its latest products by exploring "strategic alternatives".

An expression of interest from China-owned Lenovo was rebuffed as being "too strategic".

"We haven't decided between bankruptcy or selling state secrets yet," said one senior executive.

Fonterra milk scare claims first scalp

Fonterra's Managing Director NZ Milk Products Gary Romano has resigned after the botulism scare.

Countries around the world have used the scare to ban New Zealand milk and boost their domestic producers.

"We're not sure what Botulism is but it's done wonders for our milk," said a Russian trade official.

Tiny brewery chased by Red Bull over 'similar' trademarks

Red Bull lawyers have taken issue with the Redwell microbrewery over their name.

While massive legal action was expected, Red Bull ended the dispute after it made the media spotlight.

"We honestly thought the names are similar enough to justify my new Lexus," said a Red Bull lawyer.

CSG booming in Queensland as NSW lags behind

CSG mining is powering ahead in QLD as the industry struggles to find traction in NSW.

"We're seeing significant backlash from the public," said a NSW industry spokesperson.

"Eight in a row ya losers!" screamed someone from north of the border.
 

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GHOST GIRL: Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig and Leslie Jones in a scene from Ghostbusters.

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Guy Sebastian a hit at Splendour in the Grass

Guy Sebastian performs at Splendour in the Grass with Paces.

REALITY TV judge a hit with festival crowd.

Superheroes of the big screen enjoy sounds of Splendour

CHRIS Hemsworth and his Avengers mates drop by Byron festival.

Indigenous artist shows tourists secrets of Aboriginal painting

Ever thought "I could do that" about Aboriginal art?

Dynamic pics from Splendour Day 1

The Strokes perform at Splendour in the Grass 2016. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Check out the latest pictures from Splendour in the Grass.

Bindi Irwin: 18 magic photos to mark her 18th birthday

Bindi Irwin with a python.

Photos: Bindi Irwin from babyhood to 18

You can own this Queensland town for just $1

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Unprecedented auction of town's business centre with no reserve

Work starts on $15M Caloundra apartment building

Turning the first sod at the Aqua View Apartments site in Kings Beach are (from left) husband-and-wife developers Alex Yuan and Stella Sun with construction company Tomkins director Mike Tomkins and Councillor Tim Dwyer.

Developers excited about addition to Kings Beach skyline

72-year-old Coast developer set to start new project

GREEN LIGHT: The Cosmopolitan has been approved for development at Cotton Tree.

Meet the Canberran set to deliver another chapter for Coast suburb

Plans revealed for 1500-lot 'master-planned community'

Precinct will be bounded by Boundary St and Shoesmith Rd

Ecco Ripley sales run sparks prime release

MOVING IN: Sekisui House has announced the release of more residential blocks at Ecco Ripley.

Sekisui House is preparing to unveil more land at Ecco Ripley

The climb is slow but property on the way up

Michael Matusik, director of Matusik Property Insights.Photo Allan Reinikka / The Morning Bulletin

The improvement would be mild when compared to past cycles