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Early surge in flu cases in state
THE Sunshine State could be heading a horror flu season, with the number of cases to date for this year at a five-year high.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Gwin and Carpenter to defend World Cup leads in Australia
No less than seven downhill world and six World Cup champions will descend on the Smithfield Rainforest in Cairns later this month for the second round of the 2014 UCI Mountain Bike World Cup .
You could buy WHAT at the tuckshop?
QUEENSLAND water customers and Ipswich ratepayers were targeted by a business now accused of overcharging a NSW public utility.
What happens when a spider eats a lizard?
A GECKO played its part in the food chain when it became entangled in this waiting Golden Orb Weaving spider's web.
Starfish killer injection saving reef
With just a single injection, the crown of thorns starfish - one of the biggest threats to the world icon - dies from an allergic reaction in as little as 24 hours.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Cyclone Ita fallout fails to deter Easter holiday-makers in north Queensland
A peak Queensland tourism group says there were strong visitor numbers in the state's north over the Easter holidays, as the clean-up after Tropical Cyclone Ita continues.
Brisbane-Cairns rail line reopens after Cyclone Ita repairs
Queensland Rail says the line between Brisbane and Cairns has reopened after floodwaters damaged large sections of track during Cyclone Ita in the state's far north.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Murder inquiries over two women
A MAN is due to face Cairns MagistratesA' Court today charged with murder following the death of a woman at a Woree public housing complex.
Northern Daily Leader
Sky's the limit: Qantas considers taking on Tamworth-Brisbane flights
A THIRD carrier has raised the possibility of making a play for the Tamworth-Brisbane service left vacant when Brindabella Airlines went bust late last year.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Woman stabbed to death in far north Queensland
A 27-year-old woman has been stabbed to death in southern Cairns, in one of two incidents being investigated by police in Queensland's far north.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Cyclone Ita clean-up: Government outlines emergency available funding to residents
State and federal MPs and Queensland's disaster recovery coordinator have outlined emergency funding available for residents of communities ravaged by Tropical Cyclone Ita in the state's north.
The Washington Post
Submarine Hunt for Malaysian Plane Halted After Six Hours
A submarine scouring the floor of the Indian Ocean for the missing Malaysian jet had to abort its maiden voyage after descending too deep, providing investigators with less than half the data the equipment was meant to capture.
Daniel Boyd wins Bulgari art prize
DANIEL Boyd has become the first indigenous man to win the Bulgari Art Award, one of Australia's richest cultural accolades.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
2014 Far North Queensland Anzac Day services
The sun will rise on Anzac Day 2014, remembering 100 years since the start of the First World War.
Doctors' contracts dispute: Health Minister Lawrence Springborg...
Queensland Health Minister Lawrence Springborg says he has extended the deadline for senior doctors to sign up to new individual contracts.
Sydney Morning Herald
Flood cuts off Qld sugar town of Ingham
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman is touring Ingham on Monday afternoon - a day after the Herbert River peaked near 13 metres, leaving 5000 people cut off as the Bruce Highway was split in half.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Rail line between Rockhampton and Cairns closed after Cyclone Ita
Queensland Rail says it is likely the train line between Rockhampton, in the state's central region, and Cairns, in the far north, will be closed for another couple of days.
Hopes Great Barrier Reef weathered Cyclone Ita
Researchers are anxious to learn if the Great Barrier Reef survived the brunt of Tropical Cyclone Ita as it hit the Queensland coast.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
20,000 without power as cyclone heads south
THIS Anzac Day, those wishing to pay their respects will be able to do so by listening to a pre-recorded minute of silence.