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Mr Fluffy employee had 'no idea' asbestos insulation was dangerous
David Laughlan was Dirk Jansen's first employee when the man now known as "Mr Fluffy" had the idea of spraying asbestos into people's roof spaces as insulation.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Ramada resort to open at Kooralbyn in Queensland.
Wyndham Hotel Group continues to expand its presence in Australia with the signing of a franchise agreement for the 110-room Ramada Kooralbyn Resort, located in the Gold Coast hinterland of Queensland, Australia.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Veterans miss out on Anzac Day long weekend
A TOWNSVILLE veterans organisation will step up the fight against a State government legislation that denies Queenslanders the right to an extra public holiday for Anzac Day next year.
MH17: Officials gather in Brisbane to sign condolence book, pay respects to crash victims
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman met with officials from the Netherlands, Belgium, Britain and the Philippines at the executive building to add the first signatures to the book.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Queensland: Wish You Were Here: Fraser Island, Australia
We come to you from a small dollop of land off the Eastern coast of Australia by the name of Fraser Island .
Leaps And Bounds - Transcript
DAVID WENHAM, PRESENTER: Hello. This is David Wenham and this is coming to you via my smart phone in Manchester, England.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Union and LNP take aim at FIFO tax perk
LNP politicians and one of Australia's most militant unions have formed an unlikely alliance to push for the scrapping of a major tax perk worth thousands of dollars for some fly-in, fly-out workers.
Illawarra businessman on epic ride to raise funds for cancer
Peter Buckley training with supporters Rod Latham, John Boyle, Dean Pons and Reiner Mangulabnan for an eight-day ride for cancer research.
Ruairi's cooking up a storm in Oz
Ruairi Gallagher, a former student at St Columb's College, plies his trade at the renowned Terrace Seafood Restaurant in the small town of Maleny in Queensland.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Passenger manifest and the litany of coincidences in unfolding tragedy
Michael and Carol Clancy had never met Albert and Maree Rizk. Their lives could not have been more contrasting.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Foul-mouthed Poms spruik Queensland
AUSTRALIA'S biggest daily deals website waited more than three years to warn customers their credit cards may have been compromised.
Qld family hit by both MH17 and MH370 plane disasters
A Queensland family who lost relatives on doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are in mourning again after losing more family members on MH17 in Ukraine.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
ALERT: Nine Qlders among dead in Ukraine
But he warned that number could go higher, with the nationalities of all 300-odd victims on the downed Malaysia Airlines plane not yet known.
City won't go short of cops
THE city's top cop has promised enough boots will be left on the ground when dozens of Townsville police travel to Brisbane for G20 duties.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Will Reef come to grief from dredging?
AFTER an earlier report appeared to show dredging had little impact on coral reefs, a new study may settle the issue.
Journalism gives voice to student with cerebral palsy
The recent college graduate from Gold Coast, Australia was born with high-tone cerebral palsy, rendering her "non-verbal, living in a verbal world."
Crocodile fears force canoe club to relocate
An outrigger club in far north Queensland has been forced to move from its home of 20 years due to the increase of crocodiles in the area.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Aussie theme parks best in the region
QUEENSLAND marine park Sea World was voted the best in the region by users of Trip Advisor, a popular travel website.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
A healing family holiday
LEUKAEMIA patient Trystan Stephens will get Christmas in July when he and his family take a trip to the sun-soaked Gold Coast thanks to the Make A Wish Foundation.
Trains in line for anti-slip braking
A passenger train east of Brisbane has failed to stop at the end of the line and crashed into the station.