Queensland, Australia Travel Newswire

Queensland, Australia Travel Newswire

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  1. Queensland Rail commuters slam services in latest TransLink monthly snapshotRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Age

    Brisbane train commuters are fed up with everything from cleanliness and affordability to the location of their station, as the rail fail prompts users to condemn all aspects of the beleaguered operator. One month after the opening of the Redcliffe Peninsula Line , which led to ongoing cancellations due to a driver shortage - including more than 100 on October 21 - train commuters were surveyed on a range of aspects of their ride.

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  2. Casualty ward: Broken arm, dislocated hipRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Mercury

    THE season is less than two weeks away and several teams are counting a massive injury toll from the pre-season trials. ST George Illawarra, Penrith, Gold Coast and North Queensland were all hit over the weekend as several stars race the clock for round one.

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  3. MKR's secret the show doesn't want you to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | NEWS.com.au

    THE drama at the My Kitchen Rules dining table is heating up but apparently suggestions there's no love lost between the contestants could be exaggerated. That's because the couples were advised to keep a diary during filming to keep track of how events really unfolded.

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  4. Girl dies in car crash just a week after her 18th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Teenage girl dies in horrific car crash just one week after her 18th birthday - as the driver, 17, recovers from head injuries in hospital Friends and family have been left shattered after the death of Che Jennar only a week after the 18-year-old celebrated her birthday. The beloved teenager died after the car she was in veered off the road and rolled down an six metre embankment on Thursday west of Emerald, the central highlands of Queensland.

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  5. Coast riding a wave to the gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | The Mercury

    LIKE a Pacific groundswell heading towards its sun-soaked shores, growing and gathering momentum, the Gold Coast is on a roll. As the Glitter Strip prepares to host the Commonwealth Games in just over a year, its lifeblood industries - construction, tourism and real estate - are humming while health care is rising fast.

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  6. AFL Fiji eyes more schoolsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Fiji Times

    THE Australian Football League Fiji is hoping to reach more schools in terms of development and growth of the sport in the country. "In addition to improving the overall quality of senior football, AFL Fiji will continue to run development programs in schools and communities with the assistance of the Fiji National Sports Commission, other various national sporting organisations, and the Pacific Sports Partnership, which is an Australian Government DFAT program," he said.

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  7. NAB gets back to basics as lenders hone in on retail bankingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | The Age

    Visiting towns towns across regional Queensland, Brisbane and northern NSW, they pressed the flesh with small business owners, consumers, and booked out function centres to hold community meetings. In January, Under Armour shares tumbled the most in nine years after its sales forecast missed analystsA A ATM estimates by a wide margin.

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  8. Experience the best of the great outdoors in QueenslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | USA Today

    Experience the best of the great outdoors in Queensland Australia's gateway cities to an adventure lover's dream Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2lbjemB Lady Musgrave Island is the second largest island in the Great Barrier Reef, surrounded by nearly 3,000 acres of coral. The first word that comes to mind when thinking of Queensland, Australia is probably "wild", thanks to one-of-a-kind places found there - the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island and the Wet Tropics to name a few.

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  9. Who is Grant Hackett's ex-girlfriend?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | NEWS.com.au

    Grant Hackett's and his ex-girlfriend Maggie Keating pictured together on holidays in Italy, in August last year. Picture: Instagram IT'S been the week from hell for Grant Hackett, who had friends and family "fearing the worst" following his very public meltdown on Wednesday.

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  10. SQ injects $150,000 into new fashion-focused YouTube seriesRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 16 | Inside Film

    Adstream manages your creative assets, giving you back valuable time to be the master of them. The greatest production and post-production houses trust Adstream as their global solution for all creative content.

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  11. Sydney Brown talks life aboard the Harmony of the SeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Daily Mail

    Sydney Brown, an acrobat aboard the largest cruise ship ever built, has just wrapped nearly a year on the high seas, performing mind-boggling stunts for more than 5,400 guests as they sail around the world. Speaking to MailOnline Travel, Sydney reveals how she left her small Canadian hometown of Greensville, Ontario, to wind up winning a coveted place on the maiden voyage of Royal Caribbean's record-breaking Harmony of the Seas ship.

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  12. Big TV is a must-have for Justin Fung for his dream homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | South China Morning Post

    Fung family is selling luxury holiday home in Noosa as their Australian business becomes more and more concentrated in Gold Coast Although being a grandson of veteran stockbroker Fung King-hey, who founded Sun Hung Kai & Co, the largest brokerage in Hong Kong, Justin Fung Seung-yan has no experience in stockbroking. Instead, he and his father Tony Fung Wing-cheung opted for property development in Hong Kong and Australia.

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  13. Trading hours set for reform in QueenslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | The Age

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  14. Hong Kong family plans Australian luxury resortRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | South China Morning Post

    Justin Fung says the country is popular with mainland tourists due to its fresh air, open spaces, natural beauty, good food, and ease of ease of travel The large number of mainland tourists visiting Australian is why Justin Fung Seung-yan, grandson of veteran Hong Kong broker Fung King-hey, invests in hotel and property projects in the country. Justin Fung, 32, is the chief executive of development and investment business Aquis Australia.

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  15. Final prawn farm on Logan River tests positive for white spot diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | The Age

    As the chlorine trucks rolled in on Tuesday morning, the last remaining prawn farm on the Logan River south of Brisbane was lost for the better part of the year. Rocky Point Prawn Farm owner Serena Zipf said the federal government had failed south-east Queensland farms and it was now too late to salvage anything from the area.

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  16. 'Exorbitant' cost behind primitive startRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2016 | The Mercury

    IT'S touched the lives of most Queenslanders in some way but it hasn't always been smooth sailing at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. From humble beginnings in 1867, when the first patient arrived by horse and cart, the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital has been at the centre of a series of breakthroughs that have advanced medicine and public health worldwide.

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  17. Growing SeaLink eyes profit liftRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | The Age

    Ferry operator SeaLink Travel Group is expecting a lift in full-year profit and is keeping an eye out for new routes and aquisitions after a solid first-half result. The water transport and travel services company boosted first-half net profit by 52.3 per cent to $13.1 million, with revenue also rising 42.4 per cent to $105.8 million.

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  18. Drama, drama, drama: How MAFS does itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | The Mercury

    IT seems there is a pretty simple way for producers to ignite drama during the Married At First Sight dinner parties. The contestants have to attend a group dinner party every week as part of the Nine reality show's revamped format.

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  19. Domino's scandal: franchisee selling visasRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | The Age

    "I will say straight that we want to sell this sponsorship," a Domino's Pizza franchisee blurts down the line in Mandarin. By the time the conversation was over the prospect of work at other fast-food chains was floated if the Domino's job fell through.

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  20. 'Guru' taps into consciousness - and walletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | The Mercury

    Access Consciousness has established a foothold in Australia and New Zealand and is regularly holding events in Queensland, primarily on the Sunshine Coast. COMMUNICATING with the dead has turned into a big business for an American self-help guru, whose group has raked in tens of thousands of dollars from Queensland workshops.

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