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'Buy back my dud investment property'
Now worth less than $250,000 ... The investment property bought by Joy Bouton in Burpengary, Queensland, through The Investment Club for $305,000.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Mistress testifies at murder trial of Cairns man Klaus Andres, who dissolved wife's body in acid
The mistress of a man accused of murdering his wife and dissolving her body in acid has given evidence at his trial in Cairns in far north Queensland.
Tiger Airways to take off in Brisbane
Tiger Airways is setting up a Brisbane base and will launch new routes from the river city to Cairns, Darwin and Adelaide.
Brisbane airport terminal to get $45m lift
Brisbane's international airport terminal is set to get a $45 million facelift to showcase the city's "enviable lifestyle".
The Daily Record
Celebrity odds and ends
QT Hotel in the Gold Coast said it gave Justin Bieber permission to spray graffiti on its wall.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The secret journey of great whites
IT'S April 2011, summer is well and truly over and Betty, a juvenile great white, has just surfaced off the coast of New South Wales.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Australia assumes G20 presidency, invites Singapore, NZ
Australia has assumed the presidency of the G20 and invited Singapore and New Zealand to attend the leaders' summit in Brisbane next year.
Helen Flanagan enjoys a crafty cigarette on her balcony... and defies ...
Helen Flanagan flouted her luxury hotel's strict no smoking policy on Saturday by enjoying a crafty cigarette on her balcony.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Are our laneways lameways?
Seven years on and the critics believe the CBD's finished laneways lack lustre compared to the "cool alley cat" Melbourne vibe.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Coal firm evicts Middlemount post office operator
A mining company says it is working with Australia Post and the council to ensure a central Queensland coal town continues to have postal services after it evicted the local operator.
Cyclones can't save parched inland
THE woman at the heart of a deadly love triangle has told a jury the accused killer instructed her to tell police he was forced to shoot Norm Cheney.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Tourism chief's job clash query
Tourism Tasmania chairman Grant Hunt could soon be spruiking the delights of Queensland's Noosa Beach.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Cai Guoqiang "Falling Back to Earth" Exhibition @ Queensland Art Gallery
Renowned contemporary Chinese artist Cai Giuoqiang takes visitors to the Queensland Art Gallery on an immersive journey with his new epic-proportioned exhibition, "Falling Back to Earth."
Deadly hospital 'incidents' probed
HEALTH officials investigated 25 serious clinical incidents leading to death or permanent harm at Townsville Hospital last year, according to Right to Information documents.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Aurizon and GVK Hancock agree on rail
RAIL freight company Aurizon and Gina Rinehart's part-owned Queensland coal company have agreed on a rail solution to develop the Galilee Basin as part of a $6 billion plan.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Brisbane Enjoys WorldA's Largest GIS Day Celebration
Wednesday 20th November marked this year's International GIS Day 2013, and Brisbane celebrated in style with a massive open day showcasing the best and latest geospatial technologies.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
$30m plan to put the Vegas in Briz
THE bright lights may be coming to Brisbane, with a $30 million tourist attraction set to light up the city.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
South Burnett council fights for subsidised bus service
The South Burnett council says it will send a community group to Brisbane to lobby the Queensland Government for subsidised travel to the region.
'Convoy of Support' raises concerns for graziers mental health
Brisbane-based volunteers have returned from a tour of Far North Queensland, saying graziers and their families' are in need of help.
ABC Rural Report for Southern Queensland and Capricornia, 20th of November, 2013
Cass Hough Workplace Health and Safety Queensland has just finished a blitz on farm safety in the Lockyer Valley.