Janine Hill

Janine Hill
  • Joined: Jul 2007
  • published: 337

Published a story 7:14am Jul 20th

DARREN Greenhill is alive and kicking today thanks to these men.

Black belts to the rescue as mate has heart attack

20 Jul 2014

DARREN Greenhill is alive and kicking today thanks to these men.

Published a story 1:01am Jul 19th

A TANAWHA woman has been charged with the gruesome murder of the man she claimed to be engaged to.

Fiancee charged for grisly murder

19 Jul 2014

A TANAWHA woman has been charged with the gruesome murder of the man she claimed to be engaged to.

Published a story 7:24am Jul 16th

A CARPENTER has been left without a livelihood after his trailer and tools were stolen from a Buddina building site.

Tool thief pinches chippy’s livelihood

16 Jul 2014

A CARPENTER has been left without a livelihood after his trailer and tools were stolen from a Buddina building site.

Published a story 5:41am Jul 16th

Bowser prices might be sitting at $1.60 a litre, but there is good news for Sunshine Coast drivers

Petrol on the rise, but Coast is cheapest

16 Jul 2014

Bowser prices might be sitting at $1.60 a litre, but there is good news for Sunshine Coast drivers

Published a story 12:08pm Jul 12th

POLICE are investigating after a man was viciously bashed and then attacked by a dog.

Suspected broken hips for man bashed then attacked by a dog

12 Jul 2014

POLICE are investigating after a man was viciously bashed and then attacked by a dog.

Published a story 9:00am Jul 12th

WHEN Clint Kenny decided to build a cold climate display garden for the Queensland Garden Expo, he did not bank on it falling victim to this threat.

Cold climate display at Garden Expo falls to dramatic irony

12 Jul 2014

WHEN Clint Kenny decided to build a cold climate display garden for the Queensland Garden Expo, he did not bank on it falling victim to this threat.

Published a story 8:53am Jul 12th

MORE than 10,000km away from the bright lights of Hollywood, Sunshine Coast residents are picking up roles on the small and big screens.

Rolling in extra cash

12 Jul 2014

MORE than 10,000km away from the bright lights of Hollywood, Sunshine Coast residents are picking up roles on the small and big screens.

Published a story 2:16pm Jul 11th

AT 102, George Burtenshaw was a marvel of survival, but even marvels cannot last forever.

Survivor of Burma railway departs

11 Jul 2014

AT 102, George Burtenshaw was a marvel of survival, but even marvels cannot last forever.

Published a story 7:02am Jul 10th

THE grass in Phil Newton’s Currimundi backyard may be blue couch, but it screams his Maroons allegiance.

Currimundi man still spelling out his love for Queensland

9 Jul 2014

THE grass in Phil Newton’s Currimundi backyard may be blue couch, but it screams his Maroons allegiance.

Published a story 6:05am Jul 10th

A VANDAL armed with what police believe was a baseball bat has caused up to $100,000 damage to vehicles at two Noosaville car dealerships.

Vandal smashes 41 cars in Noosaville

10 Jul 2014

A VANDAL armed with what police believe was a baseball bat has caused up to $100,000 damage to vehicles at two Noosaville car dealerships.

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