March 2015

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 8:35 PM

LABOR has narrowly survived its first test of confidence in the Queensland Parliament after two Katter party MPs abstained from voting.

ALP survives first test of confidence in Parliament vote

LABOR has narrowly survived its first test of confidence in the Queensland Parliament after two Katter party MPs abstained from voting.

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 6:13 PM

THE “lolly queen of parliament” and “Bundaberg Belle” Nita Cunningham has been remembered in Queensland Parliament as a politician dedicated to her community.

Parliament's "lolly queen" remembered

THE “lolly queen of parliament” and “Bundaberg Belle” Nita Cunningham has been remembered in Queensland Parliament as a politician dedicated to her community.

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 12:07 PM

WHILE weathering the usual Opposition jibing, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk argued the LNP’s leader had been “struggling for relevance”

Palaszczuk says LNP Opposition "struggling for relevance"

WHILE weathering the usual Opposition jibing, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk argued the LNP’s leader had been “struggling for relevance”

Published a story 12th Mar 2015 7:36 PM

WHILE today marks one year since Daniel Morcombe’s parents found justice for his murder, they are still waiting a further ruling from Queensland’s highest court

Morcombes anxiously wait for appeal decision

WHILE today marks one year since Daniel Morcombe’s parents found justice for his murder, they are still waiting a further ruling from Queensland’s highest court

February 2015

Published a story 5th Feb 2015 6:57 PM

QUEENSLAND Health says urologist Antonio Vega Vega threatened litigation to prevent a review of his patient care amid allegations of botched surgeries.

Doctor under review declined four interview requests

QUEENSLAND Health says urologist Antonio Vega Vega threatened litigation to prevent a review of his patient care amid allegations of botched surgeries.

January 2015

Published a story 23rd Jan 2015 7:41 PM

A SUNSHINE Coast woman has been awarded $118,000 for a fall on a Whitsundays catamaran but the judge has warned against using his findings as precedent.

Judge: catamaran fall payout should not be used as precedent

A SUNSHINE Coast woman has been awarded $118,000 for a fall on a Whitsundays catamaran but the judge has warned against using his findings as precedent.

Published a story 23rd Jan 2015 2:11 PM

IT’S not a bigger house, a flash car or an extravagant holiday that Margaret Pegler seeks if she ever wins lotto. She'd just fence her oasis.

Home is where the dust is

IT’S not a bigger house, a flash car or an extravagant holiday that Margaret Pegler seeks if she ever wins lotto. She'd just fence her oasis.

Published a story 5th Jan 2015 5:47 PM

CRUISING down the Sigatoka River with breathtaking views, it is the enthusiastic, whole-body waves from the locals that leave a lasting impression.

Cruising in Fijian paradise

CRUISING down the Sigatoka River with breathtaking views, it is the enthusiastic, whole-body waves from the locals that leave a lasting impression.

December 2014

Published a story 15th Dec 2014 5:44 PM

YOU’D have to be a Grinch not to get swept up in the festive spirit of the Nutcracker.

A cracker Christmas tale takes to the stage

YOU’D have to be a Grinch not to get swept up in the festive spirit of the Nutcracker.

Published a story 2nd Dec 2014 5:03 PM

AS Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk announced a suite of new integrity reforms, she avoided saying how confident Labor was of picking up regional seats.

Labor visiting regional Queensland but not sure of gaining seats

AS Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk announced a suite of new integrity reforms, she avoided saying how confident Labor was of picking up regional seats.

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