Queensland News

Thu 19 Jul 2018

Police find 3D printers used to make guns at Coast home

Police find 3D printers used to make guns at Coast home

POLICE Sergeant Edwards said three handguns had been manufactured using a 3D printer. He said the guns were capable of being fired.

Frosty start, but warmer mornings ahead

Frosty start, but warmer mornings ahead

COLD? Spare a thought for Roma. The Bureau of Meteorology reported apparent temperatures of -4.3C with a real temperature of -0.3C at 6.30am.

Thieves accidentally livestream robbery

Thieves accidentally livestream robbery

A GANG of thieves has unwittingly livestreamed themselves allegedly stealing surveillance cameras that were linked to the owner’s phone.

Queensland company could win $7.6M Tweed tourism contract

Queensland company could win $7.6M Tweed tourism contract

Council officers are recommending snubbing Destination Tweed in favour of DR Tourism

Man, 41, dies after being found near motorcycle

Man, 41, dies after being found near motorcycle

A 41-YEAR-OLD man is dead after he was found unconscious near a motorbike by an off duty police officer.

Wed 18 Jul 2018

Person hit by truck fighting for life

Person hit by truck fighting for life

A PERSON is in a critical condition after they were hit by a truck southeast of Brisbane.

Chopper to fly Coast gas explosion victim to Brisbane

Chopper to fly Coast gas explosion victim to Brisbane

UPDATE: A helicopter rescue crew is preparing to fly a woman to Brisbane after she was injured in a gas explosion in a caravan.

Man visits Bay, leaves a millionaire

Man visits Bay, leaves a millionaire

He arrived in Hervey Bay to visit friends but he got more than he bargained for when he left $2.45million richer

Green light close for nation’s most divisive project

Green light close for nation’s most divisive project

IT’S the multi-billion dollar project that’s caused nationwide protests and ended in dozens of arrests. But the CEO claims it’s about to get the final tick it...

TREE OF LIFE: Mother's legacy woven into fabric of festival

TREE OF LIFE: Mother's legacy woven into fabric of festival

NO AMOUNT of wool will ever replace the warmth Catherine Dunn brought to this town, but her spirit still lives on in the festival she loved.

Missing cat reunited with family after two years

Missing cat reunited with family after two years

WHEN Sukey the cat went missing more than two years ago, owner Leah-Jane Thomas was devastated. This week, she got an unexpected call from a vet.

Man, 70, clocked more than 50km/h over limit

Man, 70, clocked more than 50km/h over limit

A man has lost his licence after he was caught travelling more than 50km/h over the speed limit

‘Stay inside’: Thick smoke causes chaos

‘Stay inside’: Thick smoke causes chaos

THICK smoke blanketing the Gold Coast this morning has forced people to don face masks and schools to cancel outdoor play time.

Two taken to hospital after overnight crash

Two taken to hospital after overnight crash

ONE woman had to be extracted from a vehicle after a crash in Dalby.

$50m cancer trial to offer personalised drugs

$50m cancer trial to offer personalised drugs

ALMOST 600 Queenslanders will have their cancer’s DNA tested to identify the drugs that will keep them alive for longer under a world-leading trial.

'Costco effect' already making impact on fuel prices

'Costco effect' already making impact on fuel prices

Fuel prices in Ipswich are dropping ahead of Costco opening in November

Scary new venomous snake discovered

Scary new venomous snake discovered

IF we didn’t already have enough dangerous animals, scientists have discovered another venomous snake species — and they stumbled across it in an unusual way.

Tue 17 Jul 2018

Man suffers neck, head injuries at National Park

Man suffers neck, head injuries at National Park

EMERGENCY services have been called to help a man with head and neck injuries at Eurimbula National Park.

Flagship Steve Irwin sails the East Coast against Adani

Flagship Steve Irwin sails the East Coast against Adani

Sea Shepherd's flagship the Steve Irwin will make several port stops protesting against Adani.

Dalby 'loo runner' remanded in custody after fronting court

Dalby 'loo runner' remanded in custody after fronting court

A WOMAN who escaped police custody after appearing in court has fronted court again today.

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