Tagged tiger shark Maroochy baited and killed on drum line

RESEARCH: A 3m tiger shark called Maroochy was tagged by Ocearch on February 2, 2015. Photo Ocearch

The young shark was tagged in February 2015 by Ocearch.

Avocado truck rollover on Bruce Highway

TRUCK ROLLOVER: Bruce Hwy Howard.

Driver lucky to be alive after truck crash

Fisherman says he found Spirit of 1770 first

Bundaberg fisherman Glen Watson was the first person to discover the Spirit of 1770 when he hooked up on while trawling on Friday May 20. Mr Watson shows off what was brought up on his nets after the near disaster. Photo: Craig Warhurst/News mail

Boatie tells how his vessel almost sunk in same spot


ORIGIN is the biggest nights in the pizza industry this year as the crowds gather around the big screen while indulging in their favourite toppings.

Footy lovers love pizza too

ORIGIN is the biggest nights in the pizza industry this year as the crowds gather around the big screen while indulging in their favourite toppings.






Local Partners

LETTER: Doesn’t add up

THIS week Ergon Electricity provided a sample account for everyone to understand their bills but on their sample the service fee for almost $400 consumption is...

LETTER: High unemployment... I didn't vote for this

Business confidence is down, says letter writer

LETTER: If caring makes me racist, I'll wear that tag

Australia has gone down the drain, says a letter writer.

Australia is going down the drain, says writer

How a $20 iTunes gift card turned into a $7300 credit card shock

Little did I know I had created a small snowball

EDITORIAL: Fair warning issued to all future thieves

Don’t commit any crime and you won’t appear on prime time.

OPINION: Can’t stay away from work in digital age

Young woman checking her computer

Who works a 38-hour week these days?

‘Put up or shut up’ on farm milk price

DAIRY farmers need to borrow trade union strategies and fight as one for a fair deal from processors.

Disaster funding uncertain and could hurt ratepayers

Cooberrie Park wildlife keeper Kieron Smedley has a look around the park that was demolished in Cyclone Marcia. Below left: Man walks his dog down Gladstone Road after the 2011 Fitzroy River flood.

$1.3B payment was split in two and delayed for 12 and 24 mths

Coles and Woolworths' dairy war hurts CQ farmers

Michael and Aaron Clews, from Slatewood dairy farm in Rossmoya, discuss the impact of supermarket milk wars on Central Queensland farmers and economy.

Dairy price war impacting $70 million injected into CQ economy

Queensland dairy industry struggling as farmers hit wall

"...now they’re not producing enough milk to cover Queensland"

Website to tackle suicide as Mendoza pleads for funds

A graph showing suicide rates of electorates.

Graph shows the regions alarming suicide statistics

Fraser Coast workers earn $10,000 below Brisbane average

Cash money   Photo:Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

Fraser Coast workers are earning $10,000 less than Brisbane median.

Brand Insights

Brand Insights

2017 Nissan GT-R and GT-R NISMO

2017 Nissan GT-R. Photo: Contributed

2017 Nissan GT-R and GT-R NISMO

QCamel Dairy

MILK, BUT NOT AS YOU KNOW IT: QCamel dairy at Caloundra.

QCamel supplies camel milk to more than 50 stores since the business began 18...

Rugby League

The Wallaroos played for Jesse Robertson who was involved in a car crash on Friday. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Wallaroos v Wests

Football

FOOTBALL: Matthew Eilers defends against Brothers Aston Villa. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

ATW v Brothers Aston Villa

Oh my cod! Big catch in Mann River

Curtis Parker holds his catch of the day an Eastern Cod caught on the Mann River.

Giant eastern cod landed from kayak

Gusty winds to whip up water

Winds are expected to whip up the beaches today, but tomorrow you might be in luck.

Don't get blown away!

Red-hot: fishing on fire across region

NICE CATCH: Bianca with a 39cm bream caught recently in the Burnett River.

Get your rods and reels ready

Toowoomba mum makes history with birth of Oliver

Oliver and his mother Trish Sullivan.

First woman to deliver her child naturally after five caesareans

Lexus RX200t and IS 200t road test and review

Luxury range scores new turbocharged engine to add to high standard specification and trademark styling

New turbo for Lexus range to help keep sales momentum

Milk: Five reasons to raise a glass on June 1

Next time you drink a glass of cheap milk, think about the consequences.

Dairy products rich and pure, says chef

Praise from doctors after a smoking participation rates drop

FACT: Smoking during pregnancy carries a range of risks.

The World Health Organisation is promoting plain packaging.

ATM operating systems need security updates

Cash money   Photo:Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

EVER heard of Barnaby Jack? No?

Fisho claims he found Spirit of 1770 first

Bundaberg fisherman Glen Watson was the first person to discover the Spirit of 1770 when he hooked up on while trawling on Friday May 20. Mr Watson shows off what was brought up on his nets after the near disaster. Photo: Craig Warhurst/News mail

Bundaberg fisherman Glen Watson says he was the first person to discover the wreck...

Bennett, Langer, Thurston and others talk Cam Smith

Broncos and former QLD coach Wayne Bennett.

Broncos and former QLD coach plus past and present players talk about Cameron...

Own Sunshine Coast property? You’re about to make money

UP AND UP: Property owners are likely to win from rent and price increases but tenants and first home buyers might not be so happy. Photo: Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

Good new for property owners, not so good for buyers and tenants.

Sale nears on last large block of land in Coolum

The 43.37ha property on South Coolum Rd has sold.

South Coolum Rd property to be land banked