August 2016

Published a story 28th Aug 2016 2:25 PM

HUMANKIND is as close as ever to discovering the secrets that lie on the surface of Jupiter after the Juno spacecraft completed its first successful.

Celebrating Juno: NASA's best images of Jupiter

HUMANKIND is as close as ever to discovering the secrets that lie on the surface of Jupiter after the Juno spacecraft completed its first successful.

Published a story 27th Aug 2016 4:37 PM

FORMER deputy prime minister Warren Truss and his wife Lyn Truss have been granted lifetime membership of the LNP at the party’s annual convention.

Prime Minister pays tribute to Warren and Lyn Truss

FORMER deputy prime minister Warren Truss and his wife Lyn Truss have been granted lifetime membership of the LNP at the party’s annual convention.

Published a story 26th Aug 2016 11:17 AM

NADIA Murad sat still and quiet before a Brisbane audience earlier this week to tell a story that has shocked the world

From ISIS slave to U.N ambassador: who is Nadia Murad?

NADIA Murad sat still and quiet before a Brisbane audience earlier this week to tell a story that has shocked the world

Published a story 21st Aug 2016 12:30 PM

A WOMAN who threw a banana at Indigenous AFL player Eddie Betts may be banned from attending future matches.

Woman threw a banana at Indigenous AFL player

A WOMAN who threw a banana at Indigenous AFL player Eddie Betts may be banned from attending future matches.

Published a story 19th Aug 2016 1:32 PM

Culture of abuse within Queensland's youth detention centres is systemic and long-term, Amnesty International says.

AMNESTY: Bipartisan support needed to fix juvenile justice

Culture of abuse within Queensland's youth detention centres is systemic and long-term, Amnesty International says.

Published a story 14th Aug 2016 4:19 PM

A GROUP of men calling themselves ‘patriots’ posed as Muslim people and pretended to pray in an Anglican church famous for its pro-immigration messages.

Extremists storm NSW church, threaten congregation

A GROUP of men calling themselves ‘patriots’ posed as Muslim people and pretended to pray in an Anglican church famous for its pro-immigration messages.

Published a story 14th Aug 2016 1:54 PM

LABOR’S shadow immigration minister has announced the Opposition would move to set up a Senate Inquiry into allegations of abuse in offshore detention centres.

Labor to seek a senate inquiry into alleged abuse on Nauru

LABOR’S shadow immigration minister has announced the Opposition would move to set up a Senate Inquiry into allegations of abuse in offshore detention centres.

Published a story 13th Aug 2016 2:54 PM

SWEDISH prosecutors have been granted permission to interview Wikileaks founder Julian Assange over allegations he raped a woman in 2010.

Swedish prosecutors given permission to interview Assange

SWEDISH prosecutors have been granted permission to interview Wikileaks founder Julian Assange over allegations he raped a woman in 2010.

Published a story 7th Aug 2016 1:22 PM

HUNDREDS of people have gotten behind a social media movement praising Indigenous dads in the wake of a racist newspaper cartoon.

Indigenous people honour their dads after racist cartoon

HUNDREDS of people have gotten behind a social media movement praising Indigenous dads in the wake of a racist newspaper cartoon.

Published a story 6th Aug 2016 11:31 AM

SAME-SEX couples in Queensland are now one step closer to being able to adopt children within the state.

Queensland to legalise adoption by same-sex couples

SAME-SEX couples in Queensland are now one step closer to being able to adopt children within the state.

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Hannah began writing for APN newspapers in Hervey Bay and Maryborough in 2011, writing about everything from the prize-winning sausages to murder trials. She joined the team at the Queensland Times in early 2014 as editor of City Heart and Roughin It magazines.