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HONG KONG INVESTOR BUYS AXED QLD GOVERNMENT FISH BREEDING PROJECT


Photo Manager of the Cairns hatchery, Dr Richard Knuckey is not displacing prawn farming, but rather here to grow a market for Queensland Groper... READ MORE

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GREAT BARRIER REEF AT 'TERMINAL STAGE'


Great Barrier Reef at 'terminal stage' scientists despair at latest coral bleaching data... READ MORE

11th April, 2017 77934

CORAL BLEACHING ON GREAT BARRIER REEF WORSE THAN EXPECTED, SURVEYS SHOW


There, an estimated 70 percent of shallow water corals had died, with significant variability between and within reefs... READ MORE

29th May, 2017 14497

WHY I DECIDED TO SKIP HOME OWNERSHIP TO RETIRE AT 35


Pat Seyrak is skipping Sydney property and smashed avocado for another financial goal being done with work by 35... READ MORE

21st February, 2018 8857

IMAGES OF NEW BLEACHING ON GREAT BARRIER REEF HEIGHTEN FEARS OF CORAL DEATH


Exclusive Coral bleaching found near Palm Island as unusually warm waters are expected off eastern Australia, with areas hit in last year's event in mortal danger... READ MORE

19th February, 2017 6794

EIGHT CHILDREN MURDERED IN MASS STABBING IN AUSTRALIA


16 Dec 2014 The murders occurred in a suburban house in Cairns, a northern coastal city and popular holiday destination in the state of Queensland... READ MORE

19th December, 2014 5291

'HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN IN AUSTRALIA?'


'How could this happen in Australia?' Cairns cafe worker responds to customer's racial slur... READ MORE

12th October, 2016 5287

QUEENSLAND TO BUILD ONE OF THE WORLD'S LONGEST ELECTRIC VEHICLE HIGHWAYS


Queensland will have a 2,000km network of electric vehicle charging stations that make up one of the world's longest electric vehicle highways within six months... READ MORE

27th July, 2017 5075

THREE DEAD IN AUSTRALIA SKYDIVE INCIDENT


Skydiving is a popular tourist activity in the area, with many of the backpackers who travel the Queensland coast stopping by Mission Beach... READ MORE

13th October, 2017 2172

'WE PUT OUR LIVES AT RISK'


More than 80,000 people visit Cape York each year and most tourists travel through Archer River during dry season... READ MORE

8th March, 2018 2081

EX-AUSTRALIAN PM FRASER DIES AT 84


Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser has died aged 84... READ MORE

19th March, 2015 1887


Despite the weirdness of Campbell Newman running for premier from outside the parliament in 2012, his government began its work in a familiar, austerian manner... READ MORE

30th January, 2015 1860

TESLA TO INSTALL WORLDS LARGEST LITHIUM-ION BATTERY IN AUSTRALIA. ALSO


Tesla to Install Worlds Largest Lithium-Ion Battery in Australia Also Reactions to North Korea... READ MORE

8th July, 2017 1829

AUTHORITIES TO HUNT FOR KILLER CROCODILE AFTER FATAL ATTACK NEAR INNISFAIL


He said the location where Mr Hughes was found has a large crocodile population... READ MORE

20th March, 2017 1441

MOTHER CHARGED WITH CAIRNS MURDERS


Mersane Warria, 37, was charged while in hospital where she is being treated under guard for self-inflicted knife wounds, police say... READ MORE

21st December, 2014 1374

A WATERFIGHT LIKE NO OTHER MAY BE BREWING OVER ASIA'S RIVERS


In March China agreed to release water to help drought-stricken countries downriver... READ MORE

2nd November, 2016 1352

OUTBACK FRUIT MAN TRAVELS ALMOST 3,000 KILOMETRES FOR FORTNIGHTLY FOOD RUN


A Burketown fruit man travels about 3,000km on rugged roads every fortnight to deliver food to local cattle stations and towns... READ MORE

29th November, 2017 1283

SIX PLACES WHERE PETER DUTTON WAS WRONG ON 457 VISAS


Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has granted thousands of 457 visas in regions of high youth unemployment, despite claiming he has stopped the practice... READ MORE

21st March, 2017 1275

WELCOME TO CROCODILE COUNTRY: THE REMARKABLE COMEBACK OF AUSTRALIA'S JAWS OF THE NORTH


More than a quarter of north Queenslanders supported conserving and protecting crocodiles, and most 52 percent wanted an approach that balanced human safety and crocodile conservation... READ MORE

27th December, 2016 1136

LABOR TO BAN DREDGE SPOIL DUMPING IN THE GREAT BARRIER REEF WORLD HERITAGE AREA


Poll Should the Abbott government legislate a ban on dumping dredge spoil in the Great Barrier Reef world heritage area?... READ MORE

10th November, 2014 1114

BRITISH BACKPACKER 'RAPED AND KEPT CAPTIVE AT LOCATIONS ACROSS QUEENSLAND FOR SEVERAL WEEKS'


British backpacker 'raped and kept captive at locations across Queensland for several weeks'... READ MORE

7th March, 2017 1019

WOULD YOU TRY THIS ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT?


The guidance leads many to think alternative therapies like acupuncture, hydrotherapy and chiropractic care could become more popular throughout world veterinary medicine in the future... READ MORE

23rd August, 2017 1004

GREAT BARRIER REEF: THIRD FATALITY IN A WEEK AS BRITISH TOURIST DIES ON DIVE


A British man has died while diving on the Great Barrier Reef, the third death in three days among visitors to Australia's popular natural tourist attraction... READ MORE

18th November, 2016 949

8 CHILDREN FOUND DEAD IN AUSTRALIAN HOME


Eight children were found dead on Friday inside a home in Manoora, Australia, police said... READ MORE

19th December, 2014 924

AUSTRALIAN WOMAN SUMMA SIMMONDS DIES IN BALI AFTER SUSPECTED VODKA BINGE


Indonesian police claim Ms Simmonds, from Cairns in Far North Queensland, had consumed a whole bottle of vodka... READ MORE

28th March, 2017 854

LIVING COSTS IN MANY AUSTRALIAN CITIES RISING FASTER THAN REST OF WORLD


A one-bedroom, city centre apartment costs the equivalent of 3,881 a month in New York, 2,876 in London and 2,618 in Sydney... READ MORE

18th January, 2018 788

SHELBURNE BAY'S WHITE SANDS RETURNED TO WUTHATHI PEOPLE AFTER LAND RIGHTS FIGHT


The lands of the Wuthathi people in Shelburne Bay were formally handed back by the Queensland government in Lockhart River this month... READ MORE

20th December, 2016 674

WELCOME TO AUSTRALIA'S NEWEST ISLANDS, THRUST FROM THE SEA BY A RAGING CYCLONE NATHAN


The Coral Sea is exactly the kind of place that can throw up new Australian territory and take it away without humans knowing... READ MORE

30th March, 2015 530

'OUR COUNTRY NEEDS TO BURN MORE'


Indigenous burning, on the other hand, is cool temperatures remain low so flames never reach the canopy... READ MORE

16th February, 2016 511

DUTTON TARGETS JOYCE OVER GAY MARRIAGE


Peter Dutton has taken aim at Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce over the airline's support for marriage equality... READ MORE

18th March, 2017 494

'ROD, EXCUSE ME': HANSON SAYS CULLETON NEEDS TO EXPLAIN LETTER


Pauline Hanson wants her One Nation senator Rod Culleton to meet her on Wednesday morning to explain a letter he wrote to a Queensland magistrate... READ MORE

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