21-year-old Tinana man flow to Royal Brisbane after crash

A 21-YEAR-OLD Tinana man was flown to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital Sunday morning in a serious condition.

21-year-old Tinana man flow to Royal Brisbane after crash

Maryborough man appeals murder conviction

Man convicted of grog-fuelled murder has appealed his life sentence

YOUR SAY: Thanks Hervey Bay ambos for help after emergency

A reader who had to be raced to hospital during a visit to the Fraser Coast has thanked Hervey Bay Hospital staff.

The residents of Hervey Bay should be proud of their emergency staff


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Adorable dingo pups pick Broncos for NRL grand final win

These little cuties have used highly sophisticated science to predict the outcome of the 2015 NRL grand final.

Australia Zoo's adorable dingo pups have tipped the Brisbane Broncos to win Sunday...

Audi RS3 Sportback

Audi has launched the most powerful compact hot hatch in Australia, the RS3 Sportback.

Australia's most powerful compact hot hatch: Audi's RS3 Sportback

Postcards from Hervey Bay

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Hervey Bay has some spectacular scenery with amazing views across the water...

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CEREBRAL PALSY ADVOCATE: Sarah Anne 'Sez' Burton, aged 22, wants pathways to be smoothed and widened to help those in wheelchairs. Photo Hannah Baker / Fraser Coast Chronicle

CEREBRAL PALSY ADVOCATE: Sarah Anne 'Sez' Burton, aged 22, wants pathways to be...

Couple in need tie the knot in style at giveaway wedding

NEWLY WEDS: Amy Kingsley (nee Vlaanderen) her husband Jason Kingsley celebrate their new status as husband and wife.

COUPLE IN NEED: Urangan couple Amy Kingsley (nee Vlaanderen) and her groom Jason...

IN PICTURES: Sinkhole recovery day one

Rainbow Beach Towing Company recover the camper tralier from the Inskip Point sinkhole.

A camper trailer was pulled out of the Inskip Point sinkhole in day one of the...


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Servicing modern 4WD diesels - the evils of carbon

Carbon is a distasteful word whether politically or mechanically

Resident: Noosa sand cutting a constant crash site for 4WDs

Spectators gather to watch the carnage, experienced driver says

Friend of the late Felicity Wishart to take over her role

AT THE HELM: Imogen Zethoven is Australian Marine Conservation Society’s new Great Barrier Reef campaign director.

Woman campaigning to protect the 'Mona Lisa of the natural world'

Best of the bush: Home is where the heart is

I had no idea what to expect. Last time I dropped over that last hill the place had been deserted. No signs of the road, not much of a track.

Behind the scenes as Roothy and co head back to where it all began

Coffs Harbour to Birdsville – the long way

On our way to Haddon Corner before heading to the Burke and Wills Dig Tree.

Birdsville races and back via the Corner Country and Flinders Ranges

Tread lightly: Are you doing your bit to keep tracks open?

The public perception is against us offroaders.

Eli Creek fire, October 4. 2015

CONTROLLED FIRE: Watch Torquay station officer Jason McCloskey talk about the...

Back to Flinders 1

The Roothy's LowRange crew head into the rough stuff

Back to Flinders 2

Roothy and the boys go for a camel ride. We don't know who to feel more sorry for...

Final lots in Ipswich golf estate released

MOVING IN: Builders keep busy at Golf Links Estate at Leichhardt as the first three stages released a year ago sell out.

New developers turn around stalled housing project at Country Club

Low house prices make Warwick investors dream

Warwick real estate agent Helen Harm sas the Southern Downs is ripe for long-term investors

6.6% drop in median sale price in Warwick and 6.4% in Stanthorpe

Toowoomba house prices increase 40% in five years

Toowoomba City leads the way on house price rises

Laying it all bare in confronting tell-all

Lana Rhodes Want to show that cancer can affect young people, and has a huge impact on your life/body. Photo Mike Richards / The Observer

How do you feel when you look at this picture of Lana Rhodes?

Two QLD teachers take home 2015 Commbank Teaching Awards

Do we pay teachers enough to be heroes as well as educators?

Courage turned the tide of Ebola

DRIVEN BY HOPE: Former Sunshine Coast nurse and Red Cross Australia volunteer Anne Carey is back in Queensland after three stints in Sierra Leone working with Ebola victims.

Courage turned the tide of Ebola