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Logan man tests positive to coronavirus

(Photo: The symptoms of novel coronavirus COVID-19. Wikimedia Commons.) A Logan man has been confirmed as Queensland's eleventh case of coronavirus. The 26-year-old is in a stable condition in isolation at Princess Alexandra Hospital after recently returning from Iran. Meanwhile, a Brisbane man confirmed with the virus remains in quarantine and his housemate...

Fresh appeal for information on Tarrangindi cold case murder

(Photo/s: Queensland Police Service. Supplied.) Police have re-released a computer generated image (pictured above) of a man wanted for questioning over a 34-year-old cold case murder of an elderley man in Brisbane's south.  Richard Campbell (below) was 85 on June 13, 1985, when he was found by police with fatal head wounds...

Emotional testimony at the rape trial of a South Burnett farmer.

The committal hearing of a South Burnett farmer, who's accused of raping a British backpacker in 2017, continues in Brisbane today. The 50 year-old man, who can't be named for legal reasons, has been charged with rape, sexual assault and deceptive recruitment. The hearing yesterday heard from a friend of the alleged...

Scomo urgues us to 'calm ya farm' over Coronavirus panic shopping.

The Prime Minister is calling for calm over the Coronavirus, as people strip supermarket shelves of food and toilet paper. Woolworths says it's being forced to limit the sales to four packets of toilet paper per customer. While manufacturer Kimberly-Clark is increasing production in South Australia, to help deal with the shortages. Scott...

Uni boffins urge parents to better protect their kids from cyberbullying.

A University Of Southern Queensland academic says cyberbullying is on the rise, at the cost of our children's emotional well-being. Associate Professor Petrea Redmond says due to the widening reach of the mobile phone and limitless access to the internet, bullying is no longer restricted to just the playground. She says we...

$240,000 worth of drugs seized in Toowoomba and South Burnett raids

(Photo: Queensland Police Service. Supplied.) Police have seized $240,000 worth of drugs in raids in Toowoomba and South Burnett regions. Sixty-three people have also been charged after officers uncovered methylamphetamines, cannabis, several illegal firearms and stolen goods while searching properties at Blackbutt, Yarraman, Nanango and Kingaroy. A total of 370 offences have been...

Toddler's remains found at Chinchilla Weir

(Photo: Queensland Police Service. Supplied.) Police investigating the suspected murder of a missing child on the Western Darling Downs have discovered skeletal remains. The girl was born in September 20-14, however has not been seen since 20-16. The bones have been found at the Chinchilla Weir, with forensic testing underway. A 40-year-old man and...

Paul Tully teams up with a Goodna accountant to contest election

(Photo: Supplied.) Sacked councillor Paul Tully has today announced his candidacy for Division 2 for Ipswich council in this month's local government elections.  His running mate for the Goodna-Springfield division is Nicole Jonic, a Goodna-based accountant and registered tax agent. Mr Tully and Ms Jonic (pictured above) will stand as  “Your Voice of Experience”...

Person critical after serious crash at Ironbark

(Photo: Queensland Ambulance Service. Supplied.) A person has suffered critical injuries after their car hit a tree and burst into flames in the Somerset region this morning.  Police say it happened after the vehicle came off Glamorgan Vale Road at Ironbark at just after 10.  Motorists are now being urged to avoid the...

Tully's tirade to the P.M: 'Scomo...this is Ipswich, not Tip-swich..!

Scott Morrison has been slammed over a secret plan to turn Ipswich into a regional waste facility, as part of Queensland's bid to fund the 2032 Olympic Games. Former Ipswich Councillor Paul Tully launched his attack, describing it as "total lunacy designed to ship all waste on the Eastern seaboard into...
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