Queensland, Australia Newswire (Page 2)

Queensland, Australia Newswire (Page 2)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Queensland, Australia. (Page 2)

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  1. Indigenous students crowdfund new NAIDOC-inspired school shirtsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | ABC News

    All 280 students at Babinda State School, south of Cairns, could soon be wearing Indigenous-inspired school shirts if their crowdfunding campaign is successful. The designs on the polo shirts were created by a group of the school's Indigenous students before being sent to a graphic designer for proofing.

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  2. Banana buyout ballot to determine Panama farm futureRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | ABC News

    A ballot of banana growers this month will determine if a farm locked down with the soil disease, Panama tropical race 4, will be shut down permanently. The industry peak body, Australian Banana Growers Council, has secured $1.5 million dollars from the Federal Government to buy back the infected farm at Tully and is asking growers to agree to pay a national levy to raise another $3 million dollars.

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  3. Search continues for Emma Gover, 30, from Toowoomba, as family...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Young, rich - and busted: Fox producer, Chipotle executive, Merrill banker, Wall Street accountant, Cushman & Wakefield broker and HuffPo blogger cuffed after year-long Manhattan cocaine sting Ex-Navy SEAL becomes the first motorist to die in self-driving car after Tesla autopilot crash - just a month after filming himself in near miss 'That deleted scene almost made me cry': Shockingly dark backstory for Disney's animated hit Zootopia sends sad fans into a social media frenzy Bikini barista tells gunman to wait his turn after he points weapon at her head and threatens to kill her at California coffee joint 'I don't want to die today!' Heartbreaking 911 logs reveal how youngest Orlando victim, 18, begged for help as she lost her eyesight while bleeding to death in club bathroom US sailors captured by Iran talked too much, suffered from weak leadership and had a 'lack of warfighting ... (more)

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  4. As sporting heroes tumble, Sally Pearson stands tallRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Hers was a familiar face, late at night in the food court of the pre-renovated Brisbane Airport in 2011. I made eye contact and began to smile, thinking: old work colleague? a friend's ex? distant family member? And then, receiving no reciprocal smile, quickly moved on as the penny dropped.

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  5. Seats to watch: Petrie, the bellwether Labor has to clinchRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Crikey

    If you're looking for Queensland's most important electorate, you'll find it just off the Bruce Highway in the suburban sprawl between the iconic old wooden houses and skyscrapers of Brisbane proper and the brilliant beaches of the Sunshine Coast. Welcome to Petrie, the Sunshine State's most marginal seat.

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  6. 60 Minutes child abduction: Sally Faulkner slams estranged husband after fresh chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Australian mother Sally Faulkner has spoken of "parental alienation" and lashed out at her estranged husband for selfish parenting after facing kidnapping charges over the botched 60 Minutes operation financed by the Nine Network. The Nine Network believed a trial would still be set down for its crew members despite facing lesser misdemeanour charges.

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  7. Queensland man faces extra child exploitation chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    A Queensland man been charged with sexually assaulting a child after the state's Crime and Corruption Commission examined his computer. The 46-year-old Rockhampton man was originally charged in May after he was allegedly identified during an ongoing CCC investigation into child exploitation.

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  8. A comparison of temperature regimes in dry-season waterholes in the...Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | CSIRO Publishing

    Jim Wallace A B , Nathan Waltham A and Damien Burrows A A Centre for Tropical Water & Aquatic Ecosystem Research , James Cook University, Townsville, Qld 4811, Australia. B Corresponding author.

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  9. Qld crocodile review hints at increaseRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    Nobody knows how many crocodiles there are in North Queensland but early signs are there are more than there used to be. A $5.8 million review is under way following the death of NSW woman Cindy Waldron, 46, who was taken at Thornton Beach, in the Daintree National Park, late last month.

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  10. International support for PNG Student movement gro...Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | Scoop

    International solidarity continues to grow for the student movement in Papua New Guinea . A sign-on letter calling for an immediate end to repression of the student movement in Papua New Guinea has already received over 220 international International solidarity continues to grow for the student movement in Papua New Guinea .

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  11. Queensland holiday spots popular for winter breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Sunshine and warm weather have tantilised our southern neighbours as Queensland takes out eight of the top 10 regional school holiday destinations in Australia. Data based on geolocation for accommodation demand on Wotif.com for travel dates between June 24 and July 24 found most were opting for a warmer break during the winter school holidays.

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  12. Unforgettable family holiday in CairnsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    It can be hard to hear an Australian accent while walking along the waterfront esplanade in the far northern city of Cairns. Tourists from across the globe flock to Cairns for easy access to the Great Barrier Reef and some of the world's most spectacular scuba diving, with plenty of less-crowded but picturesque beach towns nearby.

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  13. Incident Management in AustralasiaRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | CSIRO Publishing

    Emergency services personnel conduct their work in situations that are inherently dangerous. Large incidents such as bushfires, floods and earthquakes often pose hazards that are not fully understood at the time of management, and the situation may be further complicated by the involvement of multiple agencies.

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  14. Turnbull boosts two key Sunshine Coast projects before pollRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has backed two key Sunshine Coast projects close to election date, honouring support given in September 2015. The Sunshine Coast region has received significant support from the federal government to boost two of the region's most significant projects - expanding the Sunshine Coast airport expansion and luring Australia's newest undersea telecommunications cable to Maroochydore.

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  15. Age is no barrier for KurtRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Manning River Times

    He was just three when he started playing with Taree West in the Manning juniors and at five he was named in the association's under 11 team. Kurt's been in the Hunter school rep side for the past three years.

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  16. Election 2016: 12 things to watch out for on election nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Australians will wake up on Sunday morning to either a re-elected Turnbull government or one of the biggest coups in federal political history. But the main game aside, close watchers of politics will keep their eyes on a slew of exciting trends and head-to-head contests around the country.

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  17. Chimpanzees crack the bullet proof glass at their Rockhampton Zoo enclosureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Young, rich - and busted: Fox producer, Chipotle executive, Merrill banker, Wall Street accountant, Cushman & Wakefield broker and HuffPo blogger cuffed after year-long Manhattan cocaine sting Ex-Navy SEAL becomes the first motorist to die in self-driving car after Tesla autopilot crash - a month after filming himself in near miss US sailors captured by Iran talked too much, suffered from weak leadership and had a 'lack of warfighting toughness', damning Navy probe finds 'That deleted scene almost made me cry': Shockingly dark backstory for Disney's animated hit Zootopia sends sad fans into a social media frenzy Bikini barista tells gunman to wait his turn after he points weapon at her head and threatens to kill her at California coffee joint 'I don't want to die today!' Heartbreaking 911 logs reveal how youngest Orlando victim, 18, begged for help as she lost her eyesight while bleeding ... (more)

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  18. Orange Sky Laundry road trip: Search for Aussies making a differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    The 2016 Young Australians of the Year are packing up their van and driving from Brisbane to Melbourne - collecting positive Australians on the way. Nic Marchesi and Lucas Patchett founded Orange Sky Laundry - the world's first free mobile laundry service for the homeless - in 2014.

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  19. Coalition pledging millions of dollars for netball in marginal seats across the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ABC News

    MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: Both major parties have been throwing millions of dollars at undecided voters in key seats this election. And one of the ways the Coalition's quietly been doing that at a local level is through funding promises for the sport of netball.

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  20. Billy Gordon fined $750, banned from drivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Age

    Controversial Queensland MP Billy Gordon has been disqualified from driving for four months and fined $750 after pleading guilty to charges of drink-driving and unlicensed driving. The Cook MP, one of a handful of crossbenchers who hold the balance of power in Queensland's parliament, was pulled over on the Kennedy Highway near Kuranda, north of Cairns, late on June 1, the night of State of Origin game one.

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