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Feathered friends mean the world to Pat
For ten minutes, twice a day, the quiet serenity in the tiny town of Greenvale gives way to a frenzy of excitement.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Meet Doctor Sunday
A doctor living in rural Queensland says it's the patients who have kept him in town for the past decade.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Country Hour for Monday 10 March, 2014
The biggest yarding of cattle in Toowoomba since 2007 goes under the hammer; Senate inquiry examines beef industry levies; Federal Assistant Treasurer brings beef producers and the big banks to the table in Charters Towers; It's back to the classroom for the mums, dads and governesses teaching distance education; Gulf fishermen hope TC Gillian ... (more)
Hughenden celebrates sisters' efforts as convent closes doors
It is the end of an era in the small north-west Queensland community of Hughenden, with the closure of a Catholic convent.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Sunday Brunch with Drew Forsythe
What made your choose your career? For Drew Forsythe, actor, comedian and writer it was the good looks of a particular actress that took him to the auditions at NIDA? Drew Forsythe is an actor, comedian, satirist and writer who has appeared on stage, the big screen and television during his 40 years as a performer.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Rural Report for North Queensland, Wednesday, March 5, 2014
A doubling of numbers at the Mareeba sale yards has not done anything to improve prices.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Kirwan residents in a flap over bats
A Townsville Hospital and Health spokesman has reminded people about the hazards of bats, and nearby resident Valerie Williams has called for the colony to be moved on.
Hoping for a clear answer
Karley Royesb from The Oasis roadhouse 270 kilometres north-west of Townsville says says the mobile network black spot inn the region is a major safety issue photo John Andersen A ROADHOUSE operator in the middle of a giant 50,000-square-kilometre mobile phone black spot northwest of Townsville is pinning her hopes on some good news coming out of a ... (more)
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Cabbies cop hiding
One driver was repeatedly punched in the face on Dalrymple Rd in Vincent after he told a passenger he couldn't fit them all in his taxi and would have to call a maxi taxi.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Yard birth mum pregnant again
Police investigate after a baby was found dead in the front yard of a Charters Towers home.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Morcombe trial: No DNA tests on accused's car
IT is day nine of the trial of Brett Peter Cowan, 44, also known as Shaddo N-unyah Hunter, who stands accused of killing Sunshine Coast teenager Daniel Morcombe.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
M180335 Tors Twin Drive-In Cinemas owner Steven Snell is looking for people with a passion for intellectual films to join his group.
Burns tragedy mystery
Anthony Caleo was in a stable but critical condition after receiving burns to more than 50 per cent of his body.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
How can we get doctors to work and live in remote Australia?
It's an issue the Rural Doctors Association will raise again when it asks for more money for country health from the Federal Budget.
Council considers options as bats return
The Charters Towers council says it may need to carry out drastic bat removal measures again after a small number of animals started returning to a park.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Sad truth behind pensioner's death
THESE are the innocent victims of Queensland's growing steroid problem. And they want you to learn from their tragic story.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Aurizon to axe 80 jobs in NQ
RAIL company Aurizon will axe up to 80 jobs across five locations on the line from Townsville to Mt Isa.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Queensland cattle sales forge ahead
As the drought creeps further across the Queensland and meat processors work overtime, many cattle producers are offloading stock through the saleyards.
Catholic Church faces 'challenge' to find north Qld sister successors
The Catholic Church says it hopes younger women can carry on the work of a dwindling group of north Queensland convents.