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  1. Irukandji symptoms and what you need to do if stung

    WHEN it comes to first aid for stingers Hervey Bay's Glen Bowman has plenty of experience under his…
  2. STORM: Business still reeling from water damage

    Qt.com.au - Local 01.17 / 04:53 www.qt.com.au
    AN IPSWICH business owner is still picking up the pieces after a violent storm flooded his shop, destroying more than $10,000 worth of…
  3. S.C.U STUDENT RECEIVES INDIGENOUS LAW AWARD

    Nbnnews.com.au - Northern Rivers 01.17 / 04:53 www.nbnnews.com.au
    A Southern Cross University student’s been named Australia’s indigenous law student of the year. Despite caring for seven children, single mum Johanna Byrne completed her degree in record time – amazing academics. “Johanna’s more than just a good exam taker or assignment writer. She’s a genuine thinker – she’s a planner, she’s a developer.” “The…
  4. Less dangerous box jellyfish found at Sunshine Coast confuses locals

    Abc.net.au - Queensland 01.17 / 04:53 www.abc.net.au
    A marine creature captured on Queensland's Sunshine Coast that a Facebook user claimed to be a box jellyfish confuses locals not used to seeing the deadly animal in their…
  5. SWIMMING HOLES: The 9 best kept secrets on Southern Downs

    ONE of the best things to do on a hot summer's day is to cool down with a refreshing…
  6. Engie seeks tenders for large-scale solar project

    Abc.net.au - Local 01.17 / 04:32 www.abc.net.au
    While it is not known for its sunshine, some in Victoria's Latrobe Valley are calling for the development of a large-scale solar…
  7. Ewan wins TDU stage one in 'stinking' heat

    Abc.net.au - South Australia 01.17 / 04:32 www.abc.net.au
    Australia's Caleb Ewan wins the first stage of the Tour Down Under in the Barossa Valley after the race is shortened due to scorching…
  8. Blistering heat back tomorrow

    THE cool change hasn't hung around for long, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting temperatures to hit 41C in Grafton…
  1. S.C.U STUDENT RECEIVES INDIGENOUS LAW AWARD

    Nbnnews.com.au - Northern Rivers 01.17 / 04:53 www.nbnnews.com.au
    A Southern Cross University student’s been named Australia’s indigenous law student of the year. Despite caring for seven children, single mum Johanna Byrne completed her degree in record time – amazing academics. “Johanna’s more than just a good exam taker or assignment writer. She’s a genuine thinker – she’s a planner, she’s a developer.” “The…
  2. Blistering heat back tomorrow

    THE cool change hasn't hung around for long, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting temperatures to hit 41C in Grafton…
  3. Library activities keep kids entertained

    Dailyliberal.com.au - New South Wales 01.17 / 03:55 dailyliberal.com.au
    Students around Dubbo have been kept busy during the school holidays thanks to a number of activities provided by the Dubbo Macquarie Regional…
  4. How Sydney will remember the Granville train tragedy

    Abc.net.au - New South Wales 01.17 / 03:31 www.abc.net.au
    Survivors, families of the dead and emergency workers are returning to the scene of Australia's worst train disaster, in which 83 people…
  5. OPINION: Pauline, we need you here, not with Donald

    One of the big national stories on Monday was Pauline Hanson receiving an invitation to Donald Trump's…
  6. Tarago fire threatening homes, nearby Wamboin blaze under control

    Abc.net.au - New South Wales 01.17 / 03:11 www.abc.net.au
    Firefighters are working to protect rural homes from an out-of-control grass fire which has already destroyed a farm shed at Tarago to the east of…
  7. Shark nets have 'failed', public has been 'misled'

    Byronnews.com.au - Local 01.17 / 02:50 www.byronnews.com.au
    HAMMERHEAD sharks, dolphin and turtle among those killed in the first 30 days of the government's controversial trial at five local…
  8. Solar farm proposed near Armidale to bring jobs to New England

    Abc.net.au - New South Wales 01.17 / 02:30 www.abc.net.au
    A solar farm proposed for northern New South Wales would generate 100 megawatts of power and cover 300…
  1. Engie seeks tenders for large-scale solar project

    Abc.net.au - Local 01.17 / 04:32 www.abc.net.au
    While it is not known for its sunshine, some in Victoria's Latrobe Valley are calling for the development of a large-scale solar…
  2. Australia Day billboard featuring girls in hijabs taken down

    Abc.net.au - Local 01.17 / 03:32 www.abc.net.au
    Advertising company QMS takes down a billboard promoting Australia Day featuring two girls in hijabs after receiving threats and…
  3. Midsumma to tune into the ‘Gays of our Lives’

    Four gay men will create a juicy episode on stage as part of an improvisational comedy for Midsumma Festival. The post Midsumma to tune into the ‘Gays of our Lives’ appeared first on Star…
  4. Justice in town

    By Alana Mitchelson SINGING and dancing troupe Justice Crew are bringing their fun catchy beats to Pakenham for its…
  5. Police commissioners planning to apologise to victims of institutional child sex abuse

    Abc.net.au - Melbourne 01.17 / 01:09 www.abc.net.au
    Australia's police commissioners consider issuing an apology to victims of child sex abuse following the release of a royal commission report later this year, as victims question the need to…
  6. Let there be lights (winners)!

    By Alana Mitchelson Thrillseeker Chris Langdon is well-known for his extraordinary storm and tornado chasing hobby, but during the…
  7. Spiers takes out medal at Creswick

    Creswick Golf Club results from last Saturday, with Rob Spiers winning the January medal by one…
  8. Australia v Pakistan: live scores, stats and commentary in second ODI at the MCG

    Abc.net.au - Melbourne 01.15 / 03:55 www.abc.net.au
    Follow the live scores, stats and commentary as Australia takes on Pakistan in the second ODI of the five-match series at the…
  1. Irukandji symptoms and what you need to do if stung

    WHEN it comes to first aid for stingers Hervey Bay's Glen Bowman has plenty of experience under his…
  2. STORM: Business still reeling from water damage

    Qt.com.au - Local 01.17 / 04:53 www.qt.com.au
    AN IPSWICH business owner is still picking up the pieces after a violent storm flooded his shop, destroying more than $10,000 worth of…
  3. Less dangerous box jellyfish found at Sunshine Coast confuses locals

    Abc.net.au - Queensland 01.17 / 04:53 www.abc.net.au
    A marine creature captured on Queensland's Sunshine Coast that a Facebook user claimed to be a box jellyfish confuses locals not used to seeing the deadly animal in their…
  4. SWIMMING HOLES: The 9 best kept secrets on Southern Downs

    ONE of the best things to do on a hot summer's day is to cool down with a refreshing…
  5. Feedback for M'boro Skate Park under review: Council

    THE Fraser Coast Regional Council has started reviewing community feedback on the Anzac Skate Park in Maryborough, following consultation undertaken last…
  6. Panic averted over garlic bread shortage

    Supermarkets and fast food outlets urge Australians to keep calm as the nation is gripped by a garlic bread…
  7. BREAKING: Police divers called in to find sunken boat

    Divers from Brisbane helping find boat involved in fatal accident last…
  8. YOUR SAY: What you would like to see council achieve in 2017

    THIS Wednesday marks the first Fraser Coast Regional Council meeting of…
  1. Busselton a hot spot for Nannup tiger sightings

    Donnybrookmail.com.au - Bridgetown 01.15 / 05:16 donnybrookmail.com.au
    According to the Thylacine Awareness Group Busselton is a hot spot for Nannup tiger…
  2. Perth Freight Link will include tunnel to Fremantle for Roe 9 stage, WA Premier says

    Abc.net.au - Perth 01.15 / 02:09 www.abc.net.au
    A 3-kilometre tunnel to Fremantle will be built as part of the next stage of the Perth Freight Link if the Barnett Government is re-elected at the March state…
  1. Ewan wins TDU stage one in 'stinking' heat

    Abc.net.au - South Australia 01.17 / 04:32 www.abc.net.au
    Australia's Caleb Ewan wins the first stage of the Tour Down Under in the Barossa Valley after the race is shortened due to scorching…
  2. Drugs found in Australia Post parcels leads to investigation by Limestone Coast police

    Abc.net.au - South East 01.17 / 03:11 www.abc.net.au
    A routine car search by Limestone Coast police has led to an investigation into whether south-east drug users are using Australia Post as a courier service to send and receive illegal…
  3. Vandals target large-scale mural

    Abc.net.au - South Australia 01.17 / 00:08 www.abc.net.au
    Just days after Lisa King began work on a 26-metre-high mural, vandals scaled the security fences and tagged…
  4. Body found after car fire spreads to unit in Adelaide's north

    Abc.net.au - Adelaide 01.16 / 23:46 www.abc.net.au
    A man's body is found after a unit fire at Davoren Park in Adelaide's north overnight, which started when flames spread from a burning…
  5. Caleb Ewan wins Adelaide street classic ahead of Tour Down Under

    Abc.net.au - South Australia 01.15 / 11:00 www.abc.net.au
    Australian sprint ace Caleb Ewan beats rival Peter Sagan to take out the Classic ahead of the Tour Down Under in…
  6. Safety warning after toddler opens pool gate in 21 seconds

    Abc.net.au - South Australia 01.15 / 04:15 www.abc.net.au
    An Adelaide mother's video warning on Facebook about flawed pool fencing which showed a two-year-old boy swinging open a gate goes…
  7. Josh Cartwright pleads guilty to reckless riding after Morphettville race

    Abc.net.au - Adelaide 01.15 / 02:27 www.abc.net.au
    South Australian jockey Josh Cartwright is stood down after his mount Senior Council "cannoned into the horses" on his outside during a race at…
  8. Man rescued from house fire at Glengowrie

    Abc.net.au - South Australia 01.13 / 23:32 www.abc.net.au
    A man is in a serious condition at the Flinders Medical Centre after being rescued from a house fire in Glengowrie in Adelaide's south…
  1. 16pc increase in organ donation rates after Federal Government funding boost

    Abc.net.au - Tasmania 01.15 / 07:14 www.abc.net.au
    A $250 million funding boost by the Federal Government to the nation's organ donation system has seen a 16 per cent increase in the number of Australians deciding to donate their…
  2. Anchor's away: Cruise ship delayed as anchor retrieved from Port Arthur

    Abc.net.au - Tasmania 01.14 / 22:43 www.abc.net.au
    Efforts are underway in Tasmania to retrieve an anchor which broke away from one of the world's most exclusive cruise ships.…
  3. Oyster price hike after disease found at more Tasmanian sites

    Abc.net.au - Tasmania 01.13 / 23:32 www.abc.net.au
    The cost of oysters is expected to increase after the spread of the POMS virus, which caused millions of dollars in damage in Tasmania last…
  1. Non-Indigenous woman with skin name defends practice amid criticism from Arrernte singer

    Abc.net.au - Darwin 01.17 / 04:14 www.abc.net.au
    This is Megan Meade's story of being a non-Indigenous person receiving a skin name and what it means to…
  2. Summer crime calls for thinking outside the box

        Alice Springs may well find the elusive solution to its summer crime spree, triggering the usual Facebook fury, in Columbia where clowns succeeded and cops failed, writes Richard Bentley in our Rest & Reflection seri…
  3. Crocodiles kill more than 100 cattle a year on Annaburroo Station

    Abc.net.au - Northern Territory 01.17 / 01:29 www.abc.net.au
    A Top End cattleman is spending $100,000 a year to stop crocodiles eating his…
  4. NT Government considers formal apology to Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, Michael Chamberlain

    Abc.net.au - Darwin 01.17 / 01:08 www.abc.net.au
    The Northern Territory Government is considering giving the family of Azaria Chamberlain a formal apology to acknowledge their pain during one of Australia's most protracted legal cases, Acting Chief Minister Natasha Fyles…
  5. Domestic violence incidents cases in NT have increased over holidays, shelter says

    Abc.net.au - Darwin 01.15 / 06:13 www.abc.net.au
    The number of domestic violence incidents being reported increased in Darwin over the holidays, according to a shelter which received a spike in calls for help in the lead up to and directly after…
  6. 'Detached from society': Long-term program at Don Dale helping to give kids a new start

    Abc.net.au - Darwin 01.14 / 23:53 www.abc.net.au
    A unique program that combines exercise, building trust and creative thinking is helping to break down barriers between society and some of the Territory's most troubled young…
  7. Tennant Creek deluged with one-in-50-year flood

    Abc.net.au - Northern Territory 01.14 / 06:38 www.abc.net.au
    The normally dry town of Tennant Creek has experienced a deluge overnight in what meteorologists say is a one-in-50-year…
  8. Police seek information about alleged sexual assault

        Public assistance requested in locating "a person of interest" …