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Big boats bypass city
Townsville Cruise Terminal at the Port of Townsville received a commendation at the Australian Institute of Architects 2014 North Queensland Architecture Awards.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
The $160k holiday we'll never see
CHRISTOPHER Pyne has introduced legislation for his controversial university reforms, but Clive Palmer's Senators insist they're still strongly opposed.
Crowd cheers as teen girls brawl
VIDEO LANGUAGE WARNING: A SAVAGE fist fight filmed while hundreds of children and parents watched has been condemned by police.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
The Star Online
Australia the new casino hotspot
AUSTRALIA is emerging as the latest hotspot for casino operators as they look to attract Asia's high rollers to the gaming tables as well as its pristine beaches and popular centres like the Great Barrier Reef.
Country Hour for Wednesday 27 August, 2014
The rabies-like virus Lyssa has been confirmed for the first time in Horses. Two horses in south east Queensland died last year with subsequent testing proving it was Lyssavirus - contracted through bats.
Sydney Morning Herald
Bunnies link up with Smith to lobby for new facility
South Sydney officials will continue their push for federal government funding to develop a high-performance community centre at Maroubra when they travel to Canberra on Wednesday with NRL boss Dave Smith and representatives of other clubs.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Would-be citizens find it easier
A new partnership between the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and the Department of Human Services means people living in some areas of regional Australia can sit the Australian Citizenship test at their local Centrelink or Medicare Service Centre.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Cobb and Co ride re-enacted to mark 90th anniversary
Fans of Australia's famed Cobb and Co have travelled across southern Queensland in a replica stage coach to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the company's last ride.
Triple fatal mum ' saw it coming'
' UPDATE: Police say speed may have been a factor in a car crash on the Sunshine Coast that claimed the life of a mother and two of her four children.
Inspired Cowboys stun Rabbitohs
HOLD fire on the Glory Glory to South Sydney rendition to ring in smashing the 43-season premiership drought, Johnathan Thurston has outlined the blueprint to beat the Bunnies.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Townsville of the future
Townsville Future. Townsville's year round good climate will make the coastal golf course idyllic and world famous.
Savings boost for Ring Road
Townsville MP John Hathaway, Queensland Transport Minister Scott Emerson, Mundingburra MP David Crisafulli and Thuringowa MP Sam Cox inspect plans for the Ring Road stage four.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Alarm could have saved 11 in Qld blaze
A SENIOR Queensland Fire and Rescue Service officer says the 11 victims of Australia's worst domestic house fire would have had time to evacuate if the home's smoke alarm was working.
BrickiSneaks: Lazarus in copy and paste
CLIVE Palmer's Senator for Queensland Glenn Lazarus has been raiding Wikipedia pages about Queensland to tell voters all about the state he is meant to represent.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Northern Australia: Renewed push to seal inland north Queensland highway
The Federal Government's determination to develop northern Australia has raised hopes for improving the condition of a major inland route through Queensland.
Nation's best young cattle parader
The 18-year-old from Barrington, was crowned the 2014 national champion in the dairy cattle parading competition, held at the Queensland Royal Show yesterday.
Newman health test failing voters
Premier Campbell Newman and Health Minister Lawrence Springborg say the data shows a tangible improvement in health since the LNP took office, but the latest poll shows voters disagree.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Northern Territory News
More buck for bang in risque business
Girls often intend spending a short stint working in a brothel but quickly become addicted to the hefty pay cheques, Willow says.
Illicit synthetic drugs a deadly habit
SYNTHETIC drug tzars are cashing in on the lucrative illicit black market trade in Queensland, turning over tens of millions of dollars a year.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Tourists snubbing Aussie icons
WE'RE getting more overseas visitors than ever before, so why aren't they seeing some of the nation's biggest landmarks? WHO says Adelaide doesn't have any sights to offer tourists? Visitors are loving this attraction, which has just been included in a list of the 20 most beautiful places in the world.