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DO YOU burst into a white, hot rage every time your train is delayed? You could try what this guy does to get revenge.
A judgement in the Supreme Court in Cairns has overturned an agreement between a Tableland cane grower and the owner of the Mossman sugar mill.
Another person tested positive to the highly contagious virus in Cairns yesterday, the second case in two weeks involving someone who had arrived in the city from Papua New Guinea.
Health authorities in far north Queensland say they are unaware of any further presentations for measles in Cairns, after a case was confirmed on Friday evening.
An Australian coroner reviewing a case where a mother beat her eight-year-old New Zealand born daughter to death with a vacuum cleaner pipe has called for an urgent overhaul of the child safety network.
Journalist Phil Hawkes discusses Brisbane's upcoming G20 meeting and says there's been some clever marketing behind the event.
July 05, Colombo: Australia's Immigration and Border Protection Minister Scott Morrison will visit Sri Lanka next week amid the controversy of Australia reportedly returning two boat loads of Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seekers in mid sea to Sri Lanka.
Barry Port's retirement marks the end of an era for Australian policing, with the country's last serving police "tracker" calling time on a career spanning 36 years.
A novel method for the age estimation of Saddletail snapper using Fourier Transform-near infrared spectroscopy B. B. Wedding A , A. J. Forrest B D , C. Wright C , S. Grauf A , P. Exley B and S. E. Poole B A Rapid Assessment Unit, Crop and Food Science, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Cairns, Qld 4870, Australia.
With this week marking the tenth anniversary of the rezoning of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, prominent marine scientists from around the world have gathered in Canberra to discuss its successes - both expected and unexpected.
John Paul Janke, Director of Communication and Engagement at AIATSIS, the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies joined us for a Canberra Close Up session on 666 Afternoons.
Queensland Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney has moved to update his parliamentary register of interests after the ABC discovered he was listed as a joint owner of a property in Cairns that he had not declared.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:28 am
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