Queensland, Australia Newswire (Page 4)

Queensland, Australia Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Queensland, Australia. (Page 4)

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  1. 'Nature takes away': Greg Norman heartbroken over loss of four-hour-old horseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Age

    Greg Norman endured plenty of gut-wrenching moments during a glittering golf career - but on Sunday his heart was left broken by a four-hour old horse. In a series of emotional Instagram posts , Norman charted the birth, struggles and demise of a newborn colt at his ranch in Colorado.

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  2. Motorsport: Dane - essential we stay in Townsville, Gold CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The New Zealand Herald

    Supercars heavy-hitter Roland Dane says the sport's most successful team could be forced to move south if Queensland loses its showpiece races. The state government and Supercars are in a funding dispute which will have major implications for the future of the sport in Queensland.

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  3. Man shot in leg and stomach by police outside service station in Townsville north QueenslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Shock polls put Hillary TWELVE points ahead of Trump and winning battleground states of Florida, Wisconsin, Colorado and even North Carolina Sarah Palin congratulates the UK on the European Union 'Brexit' and urges the U.S. to follow suit and abandon the UN Father-of-two is charged with MURDER after prosecutors say his 'stalking and harassment led to his girlfriend's suicide' 'We are preparing for the worst': Legendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt's health fails as she battles Alzheimer's disease 'Don't do this.

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  4. Man shot by police in TownsvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    A man is in a serious condition after being shot by police at a service station in Townville in north Queensland. The man, aged in his 30s, was wounded in the leg and stomach at the Hermit Park station just before 4:00am.

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  5. Live: North Queensland Cowboys v Manly Sea Eagles - NRL round 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Stuff.co.nz

    The Manly Sea Eagles travel to Townsville to face Johnathan Thurston and the North Queensland Cowboys in round 16 of the NRL.

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  6. Qld MP Gordon to face court over DUIRead the original story

    Sunday | Yahoo!

    Controversial Queensland MP Billy Gordon is set to front court in the state's far north over a drink driving charge. The independent state MP was pulled over by police on the Kennedy Highway near Kuranda, north of Cairns, just before 11pm on June 1. It's alleged he returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.094 per cent, almost double the legal limit, and did not hold a current drivers licence at the time.

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  7. Photograph shows girl in crocodile creek in Cairns as her father stands with back to herRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Chilling photo shows a little girl standing in a creek notorious for its crocodiles - as her father stands with his back to her unaware of the danger she is in A father has been slammed on social media for allowing his two young children to play in a known crocodile creek in the same week as one of the deadly creatures was spotted there. The man was seen standing by the edge of shallow water at the entry to Deep Creek off Kewarra Beach in Cairns, north Queensland, as his little boy and girl played.

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  8. Wes Carr finds Home is where the hit isRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NEWS.com.au

    A favour for a friend desperate for a piece of music for a television commercial has paid off for singer songwriter Wes Carr, leading to his unlikely hit single Home. Carr had only minutes to compose a chorus around the concept of home for director Gemma Lee's Kenwood ad.

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  9. Aussie prodigies battle it out at the Sydney International Piano CompetitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Blaze

    This July, 32 pianists from around the globe will travel to Sydney to compete in the Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia . The prestigious contest which takes place every four years attracts some of the finest young piano players in the world and this year sees five Australians taking centrestage amongst the finalists.

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  10. Lightning chases Hodges and local eliteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Mercury

    Olympian Laura Hodges and South Australians devoted to wearing the Lightning colours are top priorities for Chris Lucas' WNBL return with Adelaide. The reigning dual-WNBL championship-winning coach with Townsville Fire is home after concluding his duties with New Zealand's Tall Ferns in Europe and keen to put together a competitive team for Adelaide.

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  11. Tim Finn: Nominated for a prestigious Helpmann awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Scoop

    Iconic New Zealand singer/songwriter Tim Finn has been nominated for a Helpmann Award which will be announced in Sydney on Monday July 25 . Finn has been named in the Best Original Score category for Ladies In Black , a new musical theatre production conceived by Finn, which enjoyed sold out seasons in both Brisbane and Melbourne earlier this year.

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  12. Australian PM urges stability vote in national poll after Brexit shockRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Reuters

    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks to the media during a news conference on the Great Barrier Reef in Townsville, Australia, June 13, 2016 AAP/Lukas Coch/via Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Sunday used "Brexit" shockwaves to urge voters to return his government with a majority at a July 2 election, arguing only stable government can deliver jobs, economic growth and tough border controls. After a tight eight-week campaign, Turnbull's Liberal Party-led coalition is facing a strong challenge from the opposition Labor party and popular independents who could win enough seats to hold the balance of power in the upper house Senate.

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  13. Federal election 2016: Parties form convoy along the 'pork-barrel highway'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Australia's three largest political parties have promised to splurge billions of dollars on transport projects that have been identified as either wasteful or have not been independently assessed, raising concerns that public money will be squandered on pork-barrelling. An analysis by the Grattan Institute of the transport promises of the Coalition, Labor and the Greens has found all are guilty of backing multiple projects that have not been given a green light by Infrastructure Australia, the federal government's independent advisory authority on major projects.

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  14. Mumbai Diary: Sunday DossierRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Jeff Thomson is playing host to a small group of Indian fast bowlers from the IDBI Federal Life Insurance Bowling Foundation in his hometown Queensland where he will watch them train at the Centre of Excellence in Brisbane. The Sunshine State is the former Australian express pace bowler-turned-coach's second home after he first played for New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield.

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  15. Inside the Stoccos' twisted worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NEWS.com.au

    For 8 years, father and son were on the run from police. This is a sneak peak of Sunday Night's show on the Stoccos manhunt.

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  16. Yes, that cold snap was the worstRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NEWS.com.au

    SYDNEY shivered through its coldest morning of the year on Sunday, and it's not about to heat up any time soon. After an icy Saturday, Sydneysiders woke to an even colder Sunday morning.

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  17. Manly Sea Eagles sweat on Jamie Lyon return for North Queensland Cowboys clashRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sydney Morning Herald

    James Maloney slots "the ugliest field goal you'll ever see" as Cronulla make it 11 straight in extra time. One representative five-eighth will definitely be missing while Paul Green's counterpart, Trent Barrett, hopes his own will make a rapid return when North Queensland seek to extinguish Manly's faint finals hopes.

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  18. Baden jumps Olympic qualifier in CairnsRead the original story

    Saturday | Yahoo!

    The 20-year-old cleared the qualifying mark of 2.29m at the North Queensland Games in Cairns on Sunday, equalling the personal best he set in 2014 in Melbourne.

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  19. Sea Eagles sweat on DCE, Lyon fitnessRead the original story

    Saturday | Yahoo!

    Manly will give playmakers Daly Cherry-Evans and Jamie Lyon until the last minute to prove their fitness for Monday's NRL clash with North Queensland in Townsville.

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  20. Qld Stanthorpe records minus 4.5 degreesRead the original story

    Saturday | Yahoo!

    The Bureau of Meteorology Queensland has tweeted that Stanthorpe, near the NSW border and 56km north of Tenterfield, recorded the lowest overnight temperature on Saturday in the Sunshine State.

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