Man cut from giant python's stomach

This is the incredible moment a dead man is cut out from the stomach of a seven-metre-long python after being swallowed alive. Picture: Viral PressSource:Supplied

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FLOOD PROTECTION: Daniel Ahern fills sandbags at the SES facility in Kendalls Road.

SES crews fill sandbags at the SES facility in Kendalls Road.

UPDATE: Severe weather warning issued for Wide Bay

FLOOD WATCH: Heavy rain is expected to fall in the region today and tomorrow.

1300km of Queensland's coast has been put on flood watch

WATCH: Car park ripped up after flash flooding

FLOODED: McDonalds Rd, right down to the intersection with and Knockroe Rd, is flooded.

Roads have been closed and wild weather still on the cards

11 Bundaberg region roads closed as police urge caution

WET WEDNESDAY: Heavy rain thanks to Cyclone Debbie caused flash flooding across the Bundaberg region on March 29, 2017.

Some roads remain open but authorities urge caution

Woman wasted $30,000 inheritance on meth

HER dying brother hoped she would spend the $30,000 he left her as a deposit on a piece of land, instead Julie Ann Rothwell squandered it on drug trafficking.

TOO HIGH: Seven test positive for drugs in three days

TESTING TIMES: Police said drivers need to be prepared to be tested for drugs at any time.

Drivers lose licences, set to front court

Bail for striking death accused

Bundaberg Courthouse.

Court hears man, 52, struck first

Mum sent to jail for dealing meth

GUILTY: The court was told Jasmin Biggs used codes.

Court hears trafficking showed some sophistication

Man accused of defrauding employer 104 times

ACCUSED: Geoffrey Allan Dart, 45, from Weranga, leaves Maroochydore Magistrates Court today.

Man pleads not guilty to alleged fraud

Hoon driver sent to jail after doing burnouts on oval

JAILED: Christopher Alan Royan, 25, pleaded guilty in the Bundaberg Magistrates Court yesterday.

Man, 25, sentenced to 18 months behind bars

VIOLENT BURGLARY: Couple allegedly threatened with iron bar

A man who allegedly threatened a couple with an iron bar at their Millbank home has been charged by Bundaberg police.

Accused is due to appear in Bundaberg Magistrates Court tomorrow

When the NDIS is rolling out at your place

THE National Disability Insurance Scheme launched in July 2013 and continues to roll out region by region across the country.

NDIS launches Jack 'skyrocketing ahead'

JACK joined the NDIS at age three. Now he's just like every other child his age.

Ben & Co’s inspiring story to fill gap in community

BEN Hunter beams as he bakes and sells an impressive range of muffins, biscuits and slices at local markets.

Make a bid for it at auction

EVERYTHING from excavators to extinguishers are among the items listed for sale at the monster Childers Rotary Auction.

Readings' 2017 relay team

Relay for Life fundraiser

Purple everywhere will shine a light on epilepsy

Renee Williams with the purple fountain in Targo Street.

Spreading information about the world's most common brain disorder

Launch party to get relay off and racing

WORTHY CAUSE: Relay for Life's Graham Price, Evelyn Bury, Greg Bath,Trish Mears, Karen Bath and Angela Childs are excited about the Bundaberg launch on Friday.

Hopes to raise more than $260,000

Swarm of bees stirs up a buzz

BUZZING: Beekeeper Peter Mann shows us the bees found in Mundubbera last week.

Bees take over Mundubbera

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Future Islands gear up for Splendour gig

THEIR new album, The Far Field, is "music from the heart than from the mind".

Soldiers' stories at Moncrieff

Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Realities of life for a soldier.

Strassman show to poke fun at technology addiction

LOT OF LAUGHS: Comedian and ventriloquist David Strassman.

Ventriloquist returns to Bundaberg with laughs every 10 seconds

Bundy tractor champions take out award two years running

FAMILY BUSINESS: McDonald Murphy Machinery Bundaberg managing co-director  Ross Cheshire with his two IH Case Farmall Sales Achievement awards.

Meet McDonald Murphy owners Ross and Donna Cheshire

Smart City barred from accessing key federal funding

Smart City has had a major funding source cut by the Federal Government

BREAKING: College chain at centre of controversies cops massive blow

Discount store building sells for more than $1m

LOTS OF DOLLARS: The Dollars and Sense building at Childers was sold to a private investor who lives in Wide Bay.

Agent had 55 inquiries from Queensland, NSW and Victoria

Rate rise to come: Expect to pay more after this week

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COMMBANK and ANZ customers should brace for interest rate hikes

Say cheese! New deli opens its doors

DELI DELIGHTS: Peter Eschbach inside the newly opened Cane Fire Cheese House.

WHAT could be better than locally made feta?

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Keith Hills, 91, survives Cyclone Debbie in his caravan

Keith Hills, 91, survives Cyclone Debbie in his caravan

Ripped up carpark

NewsMail reader Taren Donovan sent in this video of the damage done to the carpark...

'Mesmerising' sign guy is back

Mesmerising sign guy is back stealing the Premier's thunder

Sign Guy steals Annastacia Palaszczuk’s thunder once more at presser

Asthma sufferers not only ones at risk of attacks in storms

NEVER had asthma yet suffer an odd bout of hayfever? Keep treatment close at hand, research warns, as storm-induced surprise attacks are rising.

Is your diet responsible for making you tired?

LOOK AT YOUR DIET: What you eat can affect your energy levels.

Exhausted? It might be caused by what you're eating.

Pimp your garden with these quirky flower pot ideas

Don't toss out your old chest of drawers, transform it into a funky planter box. PHOTOS: CONTRIBUTED BY HOSELINK

DOES your garden look like a drab piece of dirt?

French cuisine plus culture

Cookbook shares a family's foodie adventures in France

Lismore woman finds python in her bed

This python was very comfortably asleep in the bed of a Lismore resident before finding a new sleeping place in a tree.

Goldilocks had nothing on this snake found sleeping in a Lismore bed

MOVIE REVIEW: Crazy Boss Baby story is a little far-fetched

After nailing Trump, Alec Baldwin’s career takes a strange detour as Boss Baby

MKR’s Amy blasts Josh’s ‘sl*t’ slur

Amy Murr, pictured with brother Tyson, said rival contestant Josh Meeuwissen crossed the line when he called her a ‘sl*t’.

AMY responds after being called a ‘sl*t’ by MKR’s villain Josh.

MKR recap: The ‘slut’ comment that shocked everyone

Yep, MKR’s Josh has done it again.

JOSH has always been annoying, but this time he went way too far.

MOVIE REVIEW: LEGO Batman best caped crusader yet

A scene from the movie The Lego Batman Movie.

Nana! Nana! Nana! Nana! Nana! Batman!

Calling all renovators at heart

Solid home on 617sq m between beach and CBD development

This is what Sunshine Coast living is all about

Life's a breeze at stylish Alexandra Headland apartment

Timing pays dividends in Kawana health hub precinct


Construction starts at Sunshine Coast mixed-use project in Birtinya

Coffee king snaps up gym

Mooloolaba Healthworks site sells for $2.1million

Luxury hotel expands $400m water park development

Developer to push on with second stage of massive new water park

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Two of 10 new Bundy jobs up are for grabs

HIRING: Jobs are becoming available as BUSHkids opens an early intervention centre in Bundy.

Organisation is hoping to employ locals

Business 'blown away' after 140 people apply for one job

A total 140 people applied for a casual receptionist position at Harrup Park.

Jobseekers up against the odds for some positions

REVEALED: 38 new CQ projects to deliver 229 jobs

THE FUTURE: Central Queensland University students had a thing or two to learn from the locals on their trip to Nepal.

There are 11 projects to be funded in Woorabinda

$40m Sunny Queen expansion means cracking new jobs

NOW OPEN: Minister for State Development Dr Anthony Lynham, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Sunny Queen Australia managing director John O'Hara and Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale at the grand opening of the new $40 million manufacturing facility in Carole Park.

'Egg-cellent' investment will be a boost for local economy

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Nissan updates its Navara ute in response to buyer feedback

MODEL UPDATE: Nissan Navara gets suspension changes to improve performance when under load and when towing

Changes only affect utes with five-link coil-spring rear suspension

Updating a style icon: new Audi A5 and S5 Coupe review

SHARP LINES: Audi’s latest A5 and S5 Coupes feature style enhancements, more performance and sharper prices.

New generation A5 and S5 Coupe up the kit, maintain the style

Honda Civic Type R touches down in Melbourne

LUCKED IN: McLaren-Honda F1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne the first person on Australian soil to drive the all-new Honda Civic Type R.

Belgian F1 racer is first to get behind the wheel of new hot hatch

Drop-top with bite: Ferrari 488 Spider road test and review

OPEN SEASON: Spider’s 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 offers 492kW and 760Nm, but with the options fitted to our test car it will set you back over $650,000. It’s still worth it.

Pounding the back streets of Bathurst in a special Spider

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