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The delivery is the fourth from a group of Magnetic Island friends calling themselves East West Relief, who have raised more than $25,000 over five months to buy hay and stock feed.
A MAN twice tried and later acquitted over the presumed killing of a Bowen teenager more than 16 years ago is expected to give testimony at the coronial inquest investigating her disappearance this week.
A fur seal that was spotted under the Lucinda Bulk Sugar Terminal had onlookers in awe as it sought shade and shelter from the crashing waves.
IN the shadows of Castle Hill, 1500 soldiers from Townsville's 3rd Brigade stood proudly before being granted Freedom of Entry to the City in a spectacular ceremony on Saturday.
Safe City Chairman Cr Gary Eddiehausen has flagged the idea as a long-term solution to Townsville's itinerant problem.
Shocking figures reveal Australia is a binge-drinking nation with more than 700,000 consuming excessive amounts of alcohol at least once a week.
A MAN accused of murdering his partner, whose body was discovered after a five-hour stand-off with police, waited up to three days before calling authorities, a court has heard.
Pressed against the window of a helicopter the former Japanese prime minister was faced with the decision on whether to evacuate Tokyo as the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster took hold on March 11, 2011.
ORGANISERS have warned trouble-makers will not be welcome at this year's All Blacks rugby league carnival following a shocking brawl in the car park of Brothers Leagues Club at last year's event.
QANTAS reckons a drastic shake-up will turn its record loss into a profit as early as this year.
The wardrobe department for the short film Departure Lounge has been working night and day to add Indian authenticity to the north-Queensland made musical comedy.
A MAN with a large knife has been arrested after a wild chase through Townsville City that led police through work sites, city buildings and river walkways at peak hour this morning.
Few of us will own homes, low-lying suburbs will have been abandoned or lost to natural disasters and the commute to Cairns will take 35 minutes.
Hotel owners Echo Entertainment announced a $70 million sale agreement with the Colonial Leisure Group in January, subject to regulatory approvals.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 09:50 am
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