Mum upset after sister steals both her baby names

She has two boys and her sister has used both her children's names for her own kids

"AIBU [Am I Being Unreasonable] to think this is a bit unfair?”

Mum doesn't know she has given birth

Sarah has been in an induced coma since she gave birth on August 28. Source: Gofundme

Her son won't be named until she wakes from her coma

'I regret sending my daughter to school too early'

"She had started formal education too early."

Identical twins give birth on same day

Identical twins Becky Pistone (left) with baby Andi and Rachael McGeoch with William gave birth to their newborns hours apart using ‘twin power’.

The sisters went into labour after synching births with ‘twin power’

Mum plans to invoice ‘no-shows’ at daughter’s birthday party

Would you send out an invoice?

"Am I being unreasonable to send a terse note to these families?"

Mum loses custody of kids because of how she handled tantrum

Check out the activities to help get kids away from the TV these school holidays.

Mum reveals how police took away her two young children

Better fishing on warm Fraser Coast days

9: And lastly we received a lovely thank you from Reef Sanders who caught another trophy threadfin this time on his newly donated rod and reel from us here at Freedom and Samaki. Cheers mate and keep up the good work!

The Mary and Susan rivers have also been a popular location.

Spring is here and local reefs are firing up with quality fish

William with a diamond trevally caught off Arch Cliffs.

The local reefs are starting to fire up again.

Fishing report: Great weather for weekend fish

1&2. First up we have father and son duo Darren and Harry Thelan with matching flathead caught last Saturday. They sent these photos through on our Facebook Page.

Let's check out this week's local fishing report.

PHOTOS: Weather puts Coast fishers to the test

HELLO everyone! Here is this week's report and photos.

Annual closures in place off Waddy Point on Fraser Island

Gary Harris caught this nice scarlet while fishing in Platypus Bay recently.

The Burrum has been fishing fairly well of late.

Brag board: season one of the best for fishing

6. Harry Miller must have been doing something right when he bagged this Coral Trout in The Straits on a Zman soft plastic prawn.

The fishing in this area is second to none.

What your coffee says about you

ARE you a straight-talking espresso drinker, or an indulgent cappuccino lover?

RECIPE: Seasonal fruits make a super summery wine

Apricot and peach fruit wine.

Try this fermentation process for a fruity wine

RECIPE: Cream of the breakfast crop

The creamiest oat and rye porridge.

Old techniques produce great breakfast

RECIPE: No risking it with this biscuit

These delicious almond biscuits are perfect for a morning tea treat.

Perfect for morning tea or a Christmas gift

Beer drinkers are getting fruity fresh for summer

ON TAP: Pumpyard chef Garth Kelly and Corinne Browne test out the new Lime Lager.

Ipswich brewery whips up Lime Lager in time for scorcher weekend

REVEALED: Top 5 kid-friendly restaurants on the Fraser Coast

A delicious burger at Tempt Me Cafe and Pizzeria.

Everyone loves their famous burgers and sweet treats.

Meet the Pizza Nazi: No ham or pineapple. No nonsense

ROCCO DeAngelis, the man famed as Australia's ‘Pizza Nazi’

No ham and pineapple, no half and half pizzas, no changes.

11 items you’re probably not cleaning but should

CLEANING is a chore. It’s time-consuming but necessary, and both annoying and satisfying at the same time.

How to hack Kmart and Officeworks for home styling

Customers say having the checkout in the middle of the store is “disorienting”. Picture: Lindsay Moller

Professional property styling is a booming business

Law and order in the laundry

The most utilitarian room in the home, the laundry.

For full loads in the machine conserve water by waiting

Hallelujah, Mr Jinx has gone to his grave

Greg Bray, columnist for the Gladstone Observer. Photo Brenda Strong/The Observer

Why I'm rejoicing about the death of my unreliable mower

Quarry Gardens future could bloom with Premier

PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has given the strongest indication yet the Quarry Gardens project may come to fruition.

Garden competition entrant loves to inspire others

GREEN THUMB: Toowoomba man David Stanfield loves sharing his garden with others.

A day in the life of a Toowoomba gardener

FULL WINNERS: Parade a floral and fun affair

Grand Central Floral Parade. Carnival of Flowers 2017. September 2017

'Hours and hours of blood, sweat and tears went into them'

Gardening with kids, one of life's simple pleasures

Give the kids their own pot or space in the garden to grow whatever they want, but make it fun.

Get outside and you could have a green thumb on your hands

Get ready Toowoomba, it's carnival time

IT'S HERE: The Carnival of Flowers organiser Kate Scott sets up for the Ergon Energy Food and Wine Festival.

The Ergon Energy Food and Wine Festival showcases the best produce

Pair's work in garden wins them country champion

WINNERS: Paul and Noela Rubb celebrate in their champion Haden garden.

Winning Country Grand Champion Garden this year is big achievement

Peaceful garden one of best in Toowoomba region

WINNING CREATION: Robyn Rolfe and Timo Sihvola's Vale View garden was awarded as Country Reserve Grand Champion in The Chronicle Garden Competition.

Robyn Rolfe planted more than 3000 seedlings

Cruise sure to hook crafty travellers

Cruise Express has launched its first crochet cruise - a nine-night South Pacific voyage aboard Celebrity Solstice in March next year.

Don't pack these stupid things when you jet off

Here are my packing tips based on 30 years trekking the globe.

Here's what it's like to ride new Movie World rollercoaster

You literally think you’re going to fall out. So hold on tight! Picture Glenn Hampson .

New Movie World rollercoaster tested on the Gold Coast

How I ended up flying first class for the price of economy

So this is how the other half lives...

“QUICK! Check this out, can this be right?"

Visitors flock to Hervey Bay in bumper holiday season

JUST VISITING: Natale and Brett Lockhart from MountTamborine with children Emily and Troy at WetSide waterpark.

Hotels have been packed in Hervey Bay over the holidays

Live high life on Low Isles

Healthy coral and reef fish abound at Low Isles in the Great Barrier Reef.

Discover one of the best places to see the reef in all of its glory

I nearly became a Cuban's sugar-mumma

Lou Blair, right, with a friend. Picture: Lou BlairSource:Supplied

I almost became a ‘sugar mamma’ while travelling through Cuba

Kylie Jenner is reportedly pregnant

KYLIE Jenner is reportedly expecting a child with her boyfriend. Her ex, Tyga, posted something he may regret.

Why '90s Hollywood heart-throb disappeared

Wild America co-stars Jonathan Taylor Thomas, 15, Devon Sawa, 18, and Scott Bairstow, 27, pose in New York June 26, 1997.

IN THE late 90s, Casper star Devon Sawa was a teen heart throb.

Wengie now a Powerpuff Girl

Australian YouTube star Wengie  voices the new PowerPuff Girl Bliss.

Aussie makes debut as the fourth Powerpuff Girl

Wild HIMYM theory is blowing our minds

A new How I Met Your Mother fan theory would change a major plot point.

If this new theory is true, it’s opened up a whole new can of worms.

AFL player labels The Project racist after interview

Ex-Collingwood AFL player Heritier Lumumba held back tears on The Project describing the tag he carried around at the club. Picture: The Project/Channel 10

Heritier Lumumba went on the show to talk about racism

Only movie trailer you need to see this week

What kind of animal would banish these puppers?

IT’S been almost four years since the last Wes Anderson film.

Biggest Bachelorette mystery solved

Jourdan suffered an injury on the first episode of The Bachelorette.

ONE moment this week left viewers absolutely stumped.

Fashion: Jump aboard the relaxed marina vibe

EASY, breezy resort styling will carry you through sun-soaked weekends ... yacht optional.

Model says she couldn't find work here due to skin colour

Duckie Thot arrives at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

Her career took off after appearing on Australia's Next Top Model.

Buyer allegedly pulls a knife on guy over $1100 'Yeezy' shoes

The Kanye West-designed shoes were for sale for $1100.

'Naked jumper' proves a hit as it sells out online

Calvin Klein’s see-through jumper.

Emperor's new clothes or fashion revolution?

Paris, Milan dream one step closer for 14-year-old model

Models present creations by German designer Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel fashion house during the Paris Fashion Week, at the Grand Palais, in Paris, France, 05 March 2013. The presentation of the Ready-to-Wear Fall-Winter 2013/14 collections runs from 26 February to 06 March. EPA/CHRISTOPHE KARABA

Nevaya Adkins taking strides to world runway

What it’s like to compete in Miss Nude World

It might be just us, but we don’t think Isabelle has anything to worry about.

It's Friday afternoon and Isabelle Deltore is freaking out

Customers rage over baked beans change

AUSTRALIAN shoppers are angry at Kraft Heinz after its “bold move” to change one of Australia’s favourite grocery store items slightly backfired.

Toowoomba's $500m Grand Central build creates jobs

The Central Square area at Grand Central shopping centre.

Annastacia Palaszczuk praises shopping centre investment

Myer, David Jones: why big retailers are struggling

Myer is facing tough times

Christmas 2017 is going to be make or break

Tomorrow’s Special Buys range at Aldi has people all excited

ALDI’S Special Buys are known to cause something akin to hysteria

How to cut grocery bill from $500 to $250 a month

Forget worrying about your fancy Saturday post-pilates brunch

Saving money made simple for pensioners

SAVING MONEY: John Scarborough says people should grow as much food as they can, and that lettuce, silverbeet and herbs are good crops to start with.

Local shares how he makes pension go further

DJI Spark drone is child's play to fly

EASY: Getting great footage with the DJI Spark is very easy thanks to a good stabilised camera.

My 13-year-old son was flying it in minutes

OPINION: Comments can cause hurtful divisions

It is rare that there are moments of absolute silence, since we tend to have a continuous conversation in our heads and engage in conversation with others.

‘Double whammy’ influenza, hayfever strikes

Flu cases are on the rise this winter.

Hayfever season and flu season have overlapped this year

Boy's flu battle: 'He is not going to hear me say, I love you'

Kynan Meara-Fletcher, 7, with his mum Michelle Meara-Fletcher at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital.

A young boy may be going home after a long battle with the flu.

Telephone service disrupted at hospitals on the Fraser Coast

Hervey Bay Hospital maternity ward.

In the case of an emergency, people should dial 000.

Our dads, brothers, grandfathers, partners, friends at risk

Our dads, brothers, grandfathers, partners and friends are at risk

Sleep and sex will make you happier than a payrise, study shows

Abril Benedit and Facundo Arguello gave up their careers in psychology and marketing in Argentina to travel the world and spend more time with one another. Picture: Richard Dobson

“Better sleep is the biggest single contributor to living ­better."

What you need to know before you ditch carbs

Instead of ditching carbs, switch to wholegrain (brown rice, barley, buckwheat, quinoa, spelt or polenta), along with fruits, beans and vegetables.

Not all carbs are the same and understanding the difference is vital

Incest siblings recognised as parents in landmark court ruling

THE couple were blissfully in love and celebrating the birth of their first child when their world suddenly fell apart.

OPINION: Taking a holiday is damn hard work

Greg Bray, columnist for the Gladstone Observer. Photo Brenda Strong/The Observer

On A Lighter Note with Greg Bray

How and when do you tell your children about death?

Listen to your gut and do what is best for your family when considering discussing death with young children.

How much do children need to know about death?

Mum slammed for sex talk with 12-year-old son

The post that sparked the debate on Mumsnet.

Parents on forums can be the worst sometimes

Use sugar tax to offset costs of better foods

woman eating junk food in the couch.

Use tax to subsidise cost of healthier, whole foods

Mum defies the odds with miracle babies

FAMILY TIME: Amy Slapp, holding Lochlan, with Declan, Olivia and Abigail take some time out at home meeting the newest addition to their family.

'I'd been through it once before so this time wasn't as daunting'

'Techno-tantrums': How to raise kids in a digital world

Dr Kristy Goodwin helps modern parents, educators and health professionals understand what young children, aged 0-12 years really need to thrive in a digital world.

Balance is the key to navigating kids online use

Groom asks guests to fork out $250 for wedding

A GROOM in the UK has asked guests to pay for his wedding.

Aussie slays partner with virtual reality proposal

Reality and virtual reality collide. Picture: Supplied

He even managed to transport partner back to hometown

Angela's show explores funny side of heartbreak

BRIGHTER SIDE: Toowoomba woman Angela Ponting has created a cabaret called Smiling at Strangers, about life after heartbreak.

Using heartbreak as inspiration for her very own cabaret show.

Mistake text message sealed Mackay couple's fate

NEWLYWEDS: Rebecca and Steven Johnston on their wedding day last Saturday.

Primary school teacher was trying to text a friend