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Pedestrains cross at the scramble crossing in Toowoomba's CBD as heavy rain falls in Toowoomba, Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

Meanwhile, the weekend is going to be hot, hot, hot

QLD ELECTION: Everything you need to know before you vote

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk holds a meerkat during a visit to Australia Zoo in Beerwah, on the Sunshine Coast, Thursday, November 23, 2017. Ms Palaszczuk is on the campaign trail ahead of the November 25 state election. (AAP Image/Dan Peled) NO ARCHIVING

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Leaders spend final days hunting scarce votes

Expert: "The visits into Brisbane have been very much flying visits, almost an afterthought. The main game is outside the southeast.”

premium_icon Latest poll shows Pauline Hanson only red flag for Labor win

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is in the box seat for tomorrow's poll.

One Nation has won a quarter of voters over in some regional seats

Labor to introduce four new taxes if elected

Treasurer Curtis Pitt

Treasurer says only 1 per cent of voters will be affected

Adani funding remains an issue in final days of campaign

The site of Adani’s Carmichael Coal mine project in north Queensland.

"There is no taxpayer funds going to the Adani mine."

600 more jobs: LNP's late splash for votes in Wide Bay

BAY VISIT: State Opposition leader Tim Nicholls in Hervey Bay yesterday.

The LNP is promising its plan will 'help deliver 600 more jobs'

Is this the one thing Greens and One Nation agree on?

Children kids play generic

What pollies said about literacy and early learning programs

Accused intruder locked in caravan in citizens arrest

The person was trapped inside the van until police arrived

Mayhem and murder after planned attack, Crown says

He must regret being there. He must regret what happened. But that doesn't make him guilty, barrister says

Coles rolls out Quiet Hour in 68 stores, but not Ipswich

The autism-friendly hour will happen in every region in Australia, except here

STORM SEASON: Where to get information

You can get updates on emergencies and disasters from Ipswich Council and at www.qt.com.au

Severe weather warnings and more

'A plan and a bag of tricks': SES storm season advice

Storm coming towards Ipswich on Wednesday afternoon, December 21, 2016

Clean out your gutters, check roof tiles and clean up outside

QT writer adds insight for BBC Radio celebration

Dr Ashley Jones.

"It is vital to a healthy democratic society.”

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VIDEO: Will Dustyesky go to Russia with the Socceroos?

THE all-male choir from Mullumgrad has been booked for Womadelaide 2018.

Angus Stone gets woken up by the cows licking his yurt

SIBLINGS: Angus and Julia Stone.

Julia Stone explained her sibling's Byron hinterland lifestyle

Tickets to see Flume at Falls and signed vinyl on auction

HOT TICKETS: Flume took the top spot in Triple J's 2016 Hottest 100 poll.

It is an exclusive copy of Skin autographed by Flume

Fundraiser to support sick little boy

FUNDRAISER: Malakhai Riley, who has the incurable Niemann-Pick Type A disease.

Head along to a community event this weekend to help unwell boy

Rivers among seven Ipswich chain stores facing closure

Retail stores could soon be able to extend their hours if the Trading (Allowable Hours) Amendment Bill 2017 goes through.

One of the city's favourite stores could be about to close

IKEA recalls 17 million chests after 8 deaths

IKEA is recalling millions of its drawers following the tragic deaths of eight children. Picture: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP

The company emailed 13 million people about the recall

'We were out of business for months': Tears fall after rain

Steve Rainbow from Articulate Framing talks about his business and flooding.

Resident finds his pot of gold after recovering from flood, storm

Ipswich City Council car auction

Abandoned vehicle 477 impounded at the Ripley exit of the Cunningham Highway. Similar cars are being sold online for between $8,000 and $12,000.

Ipswich City Council will auction 26 and a half cars at an auction on December 6 at...

Aussie Buckethead Army meets Brits Barmy Army

Aussie Buckethead Army meets Brits Barmy Army

Aussie Buckethead Army meets Brits Barmy Army in Brisbane ahead of the Ashes.

Karl Stefanovic grills Tim Nicholls on One Nation

Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls at Droughtmaster stud in Kenilworth. Picture: AAP

LNP leader doesn't want to answer questions on One Nation.

Poll says Labor on track for victory

Premier Annastacia Palasczuk.

Latest polling points to a return of Labor rule for Qld.

Lambie vs Aly

Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie.Source:AAP

Former Senator talks Sharia law on The Project.

Couple need to conceive a child to save their son

FOR most couples struggling to conceive, the IVF process can be stressful. For Olivia and Andrew Densley, it is unbearably frustrating and painful.

How many calories you should eat to lose weight

As a rough guide, a small female doing less than an hour of exercise each day will require just 1400 to 1600 calories each day. (Pic: iStock)

How many calories you should eat a day to lose weight

Celebrity chef says we've been cooking pasta all wrong

Scott Conant has revealed the perfect way to cook Bucatini pasta. Picture: Supplied

Celebrity chef Scott Conant says you’ve been cooking pasta all wrong

Chief calls for right-to-die laws in NT

Mr Gunner’s letter follows voluntary euthanasia laws passing in Victoria’s Upper House.

The Northern Territory wants federal action on Euthanasia

Best pubs in Queensland: The story behind the silver mugs

Built in 1908, Warwick Hotel on Palmerin St is one of the Rose City's oldest dining establishments.

At this country hotel, they took 'last drinks' to the extreme.

Snake found hiding out in souvenir shop

A red-bellied black snake was removed from a shop in Kuranda by Cairns Snake Removals. PHOTO: CAIRNS SNAKE REMOVALS

This shop snake was definitely alive

Australia's worst drivers ranked by state

Which states have Australia’s biggest crash test dummies? Tailgating revealed as the biggest cause of accidents according to a study of 400,000 claims. Picture: Supplied.

Who are Australia’s worst drivers?

Unexpected star in new Captain Marvel

BEN Mendelsohn and Brie Larson are already on board to star in the upcoming Captain Marvel flick. And now rumours are swirling Jude Law could also be joining.

Warnie’s surprising new reality TV dream

Shane Warne reportedly wants to be the host of Nine’s new series Love Island. Picture: Hamish Blair

LEGENDARY cricketing Casanova now eyeing off a reality dating show.

Sing along with carols at Redbank Plains

SUPPORT: Cr Sheila Ireland (middle) gives LiveCity Church representatives Rob James and Candice James a cheque to sponsor Christmas Carols at Redbank Plains.

Residents get their own event

David Cassidy’s brother pens emotional tribute

David Cassidy died yesterday after a battle with illness.

DAVID Cassidy’s younger brother Shaun has penned an emotional tribute

Open for inspection homes November 23-29

Check out this weekend's homes open for inspection.

Give me land, lots of land

Two residential lots with bushland setting to go to auction

Fireworks and Lightning at family fun day

New display village launched on Sunshine Coast

Peter Beattie spotted house hunting

Peter Beattie recently sold his weatherboard home in Brisbane for $2.19 million.

Former Premier could just be window-shopping

Rail squabble over 900 Queensland jobs

New Mount Isa Mayor Joyce McCulloch. Picture: Wesley Monts

Mayor says 'a lot of zero sum thinking going on'.

Toowoomba rates highly for jobs and housing

Geraint Hudson has moved to Toowoomba from Sydney and says his family have loved living there.

Jobless? you might be living in the wrong place

Regional hubs the answer to affordable housing

Geelong has reinvented itself in recent years after the Ford factory closed and many new industries are finding a home in the city centre, which is only 75km from Melbourne. Source: COGG

Moving away from the big cities can bring lifestyle benefits.

Adani mine could create jobs in marginal seats

Ian Macfarlane, chief executive of the Queensland Resources Council. June 2017

THE DEVELOPMENT of Adani's megamine could have a major impact

Jobs to flow from Mackay company's contract win

G&S Engineering managing director Mick Crowe at the company's Paget office.

Overland conveyor system work to start by Christmas

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Electric car prices will soon be the same as petrol vehicles

Nissan has introduced the 2018 Nissan Leaf, the next evolution of its zero-emission electric vehicle.

Electric cars will reach price parity with petrol in 2025.

Kia to make tradie and family play with dual cab ute

An artistic impression of a dual cab Kia ute, based off the Santa Cruz Crossover Truck Concept.

Kia Australia has revealed plans to launch a ute.

Musk’s electric Tesla truck ‘better in every way’

Tesla Chairman and CEO Elon Musk unveils the new ‘Semi’ electric truck. / AFP PHOTO / Veronique DUPONT

New Tesla electric semitractor-trailer revealed.

New V6 Toyota Camry is up to $10,000 more than Aussie-made model

The new Toyota Camry has arrived.

You can now put a price on local manufacturing.

RACQ supports registration cost freeze for Queenslanders

A woman checks her car registration status. Registration has jumped by more than double the rate of CPI.

Registration has jumped by more than double the rate of CPI.

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