Five die in horror 14 hours on Queensland roads

RACQ LifeFlight Rescue airlifted a road traffic controller who was injured on the Warrego Hwy.

There were multiple crashes statewide

Bundy teen injured after hit by Captiva

A Bundaberg teen was hit by a car in the early hours of the morning.

19-year-old in hospital after smash with Captiva

Teen 'lying on road' struck by car

Reviewed safety procedures rolled out to paramedics in the wake of a series of attacks have been so far well-received, according to their union.

He was transported to hospital with serious injuries.

8 things you didn't know you could do at North Straddie

NORTH Stradbroke Island is the perfect getaway whether you plan to stay for a day, a week or even a month.

A whisky-lover's blueprint to Brisbane's best bars

Check out The Gresham for some old-school fine drops.

SCOTCH, Whiskey and Whisky; it all gets a bit confusing.

Your guide to the best Brisbane markets

Enjoy the beautiful offerings of one of Brisbane's many markets.

WHO doesn’t love a good market!?

Ain’t no mountain high enough

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Brisbane's dishing up the mountain-hiking goods!

Our six art gallery picks for a creative day out

Queensland's Gallery of Modern Art always has a fun, exciting and interesting exhibition on show for the whole family to enjoy.

YOU'D be mistaken in thinking Brisbane wasn't an arty city.

Six hideaway bars to escape winter chill

The Gresham's charm will win you over before your first sip.

THESE are the perfect places to hang this winter.

Brisbane's arts and culture events centre stage

You loved the film, now you're about to love the musical. Don't miss The Bodyguard The Musical in Brisbane this July.

THE arts and culture events you don't want to miss.

BOUT BONANZA: Win tickets to Horn V Pacquiao ringside

JEFF Horn has had his final sparring session for the Battle of Brisbane with Manny Pacquiao on Sunday, July 2.

FIGHT PRIZE: Win tickets to see Horn take on Pacquiao

IT'S the fight of the century – or so boxing promoters are calling it - and now you and a friend could be at Suncorp Stadium to see the Battle of Brisbane.

Boxing great gives Horn a chance of causing upset

Ray Wheatley sees no reason why Brisbane underdog Jeff Horn can't write his own page of history with a win over all-time great Manny Pacquiao on Sunday, July 2.

Teen swung a punch at girl in yard

TEENAGER Tiana-Jade Marshall was locked out of her home by her brother during a sibling spat.

Crash driver accused of choking mum

ON REMAND: Dylan Martin is accused of choking and strangling his mother and grandmother before crashing into a house in Avoca on Wednesday.

No bail for man facing 15 charges

Attempt to put vodka down pants ends in court

CAUGHT OUT: Dancer Dean Ingra leaving Bundaberg Court.

Dancer cuts feet in vodka bottle smash

Mum calls primary schooler an 'a***hole' in school outburst

Wet weather makes it a struggle to pick up the children from school.

Angry mum swears at child in front of her school

UPDATE: Man charged after road rage incident

Police speak to witnesses after a woman was assaulted in a road rage incident this morning.

Police charge 23-year-old man

Bundy grub jailed for spitting on cop and laughing

Man kicked and grabbed police officers

Woman stomped on man's head at Bundy hotel

BAR BRAWL: Tamara Hay stomped on the head of a man who accused her boyfriend of stealing a pouch of tobacco.

Accusations of missing tobacco spark brawl

Five tips to prepare for the NDIS

WHETHER the NDIS is rolling out in your region tomorrow, in six months or in a year, you need to start getting ready now.

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.

Creating your first plan

YOUR first plan is the start of a lifelong relationship with the NDIS.

Group continues rallies against cashless card introduction

Those opposed to the cashless welfare card will hold a rally in Hervey Bay

A story to warm your heart - and belly

Jo Rogers, Will Shackleford, Mark Hennessy and Samantha Russell at the Angels Delight Soup and Coffee Bar.

First it was the Community Cupboard now it's free soup

Mum's gratitude goes viral after cashier helps boy speak

CUSTOMER SERVICE: Theodore and Christie Kelly relaxing at home.

Selectively mute child opens up to Coles cashier

Monto Cattle Club on roll at region events

TOP FORM: Monto Cattle Club students.

Monto Cattle Club kids took out several top spots at Sub-Chambers

SmartCity training college officially de-registered

CUT OFF: SmartCity has been officially cut off from providing nationally-recognised courses.

BREAKING: Coast-based national training college barred by regulators

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Bundy mum blogging to get families offline

A BUNDABERG mum is on a mission to help parents and children take a breather from social media.

VMR Classic back for another year

CLASSIC: The 2017 Volunteer Marine Rescue Bundaberg Family Fishing Classic is in full swing.

Snag a prize at fishing comp

Get a Wiggle on to Bundy shows

BUNDY BOUND: The Wiggles, Anthony Field, Emma Watkins, Simon Pryce and Lachlan Gillespie, are on their way to Bundaberg.

Fab four head in town

16 places to watch Origin tomorrow night

James Tedesco of the NSW Blues (right) comes against William Chambers of the Queensland Maroons during Game one of the State of Origin series at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Wednesday, May 31, 2017. (AAP Image/Dan Peled) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Get ready to cheer your state on

New law won't stop farm worker exploitation

NEW LAW: Concerns have been raised over the proposed Labour Hire Licensing Bill.

RCSA claims labour hire law is politically motivated

Aussie-grown medicinal marijuana by 2018: THC

FIELDS OF GREEN: John and Jim Hall are hoping to be able to grow medicinal cannabis on their Bundaberg farm next year.

Licence approved soon, chairman says

Good vealer heifers go cheap at Gympie

UP FOR SALE: Grant Gericke with heifers at an earlier Sullivan Livestock Sale.

Only a handful of cows and calves were yarded, sold to top of $1250

Bundy promo night gives pollies food for thought

Member for Whitsundays Jason Costigan and BFVG managing director Bree Grima at the Bundaberg Region Promotion Night.

"We really do supply the entire meal.”

A new leaf: Bundy farmers' rhubarb experiment

RHUBARB RHUBARB: Debbie Meiers with her trial crop of rhubarb outside Bundaberg.

"We thought well, we'll try and get it working out here”

Cosmetics giant lured to Queensland by sugar cane

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It plans to use regional Queensland as a launch pad into Asia.

Bundaberg VMR Fishing Comp

FISHING COMP: Kane and Trey Pollock weigh in their fish at the Bundaberg VMR Family Fishing Classic.

A selection of photos from the Bundaberg VMR Fishing Classic on the 24th June...

Lightning gala awards night

Stephen and Kellie Holdsworth at the Caloundra Event Centre for the Sunshine Coast Lightning end of season gala event.

Lightning gala awards night

Table Tennis

TABLE TENNIS: Atharv Singh Panwar competing in the division 3 finals.

Table tennis action from the division one and division three finals.

Premier League netball at Hervey Bay

Netball - Zone 4 Queensland Premier League, Opens Hervey Bay versus Bundaberg - Danielle O'Rourke.

Some of the action from Queensland Premier League netball at Hervey Bay.

Shalom College Netball

STATE COMPETITION: Grace Whaleboat, Madison Hard and Georgia Hamilton head to the Queensland Independent Secondary Schools Netball Carnival in Brisbane.

A short video about the up and coming Schools competition in Brisbane.

Recycled sculpture project

RECYCLED SCULPTURE PROJECT: Bargara State School year 3B students - Lacey, Wiel and Georgia (front), Tyson (back).

Creative Regions' Di Wills with Bargara State School year 3B students and their...

Bargara Rise

LAND RELEASE: Rob Sergiacomi on site at the Bargara Rise development off Watsons Road Bargara.

Rob Sergiacomi on site at the new development in Bargara.

‘I peed myself at my friend’s wedding’

SIX weeks after Alice Craigie gave birth to her son Milton, she and her husband had their first big baby-free outing at a friend’s wedding.

Boy’s Aussie operation after penis accidentally amputated

Benson Wasswa, 8, was forced to use a catheter and bag for the past two years after a Ugandan hospital accidentally amputated his penis. Picture: Pic Jono Searle

Eight-year-old Benson Wasswa was forced to use a catheter

Toyota offers a bright orange 86 special edition track toy

No extra engine power, but Toyota's limited edition 86 should be a better track toy with bigger brakes and improved suspension. It's quite bright, too.

Toyota offering 60 special 86s with improved brakes and suspension

'He just wants friends': dad says Hanson comments hurt

Xavier Grayson, 7, has autism and "loves school", says his dad Ben.

LISMORE single dad Ben Grayson has been rallying for four years to find out what’s...

What happens to your body when you run?

GET MOVING: The Chronicle's Kick the Kilos challenge starts today.

Understanding the effects running has on your body is vital

5000 Qld babies on waiting list for tuberculosis vaccine

Little boy receiving a vaccine

Tuberculosis has reemerged around the world

Coloured tags for dogs to prevent attacks

NEW IDEA: Bruce Kelson (inset) wants to introduce coloured tags as law for people who own dogs to try and prevent canines attacking each other.

Colour-coded tags for big and small dogs could become the law

Talk show host’s phone call takes heartbreaking turn

ANYTHING can happen on live TV — one chat show segment took such an incredible turn it’s still referenced as a landmark television moment to this day.

Why streaming movies will cost more from July 1

Australians can expect to pay more for streaming services such as Netflix when the new taxes kick in.

The new taxes from July 1 won’t hurt the MPs’ big pay rise

What's on the small screen this week

Ryan Shelton in a scene from True Story with Hamish & Andy.

HAMISH and Andy hear another funny story and Cleverman returns.

Digging down to find Clare

Australian actress and singer Clare Bowen, who got her big break on the US TV series Nashville, is touring Australia with her solo album.

After five years on Nashville it’s time to tell her own stories.

Gateway to $3 billion, 4800 home new Coast city opens

The start of Peter Crosby Way at Sippy Downs, the northern access into the Harmony master-planned community at Palmview.

Palmview's $3b master-planned community of Harmony

Millionaire Nathan Birch to offload $55M in property

Nathan Birch wants to focus more on developing properties.

Sydney property investor has announced he is selling up

Fame factor boosts property prices in Byron

The stunning Clarke's Beach in Byron Bay.

House prices surge by an incredible 39.5% in star-studded area

Grass is greener for Warwick real estate

Warwick's rural charm and affordable property prices are enticing buyers from Brisbane.

Quality houses for half the price of Brisbane attracting interest

Builders relish Coast's growing construction rates

The Coast's average house price has risen from by more than $10,000 in the past three years to $507,100.

House numbers and values are rising on the Coast

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Qld Budget 2017: Six billion dollar push for 22,000 jobs

Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt, watched by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, speaks during a press conference at Parliament House in Brisbane, Tuesday, June 13, 2017. Mr Pitt will hand down the 2017-18 budget for the state, his third.

Six billion will be spent to fund 22,000 jobs in Qld

Regional jobs program to be expanded in budget

Support for regional jobs will feature in Tuesday's Queensland budget.

Regional jobs program to be expanded

State Budget all about jobs, jobs, jobs for Donaldson

JOBS: Leanne Donaldson is focussed on employment, public housing and funding for health and education.

Homes for seniors, people with disability high on list

Anger at Aurizon ad as jobs go in Gladstone

An Aurizon protest in Rockhampton.

Company rejects 'lousy' treatment claims

Adani: Yes it's a coal mine, but it's jobs we need

This bumper sticker has been increasingly appearing in Townsville, in the midst of environmental protests against the Adani mine. Picture: Chris McMahon

Company has been mired in a bitter protest war

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MY18 Subaru XV small SUV road test and review

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: The new MY18 Subaru XV offers a Toyota Prado-matching 220mm of ground clearance plus a smart X-Mode for traction on slippery surfaces. It starts from $27,990 before on-roads.

A small SUV with serious off-road clout? Enter Subaru's new XV

Long tailed Jaguar confirmed for Australia

LONG TAIL: We didn't receive the previous generation Jaguar XF wagon, but the revamped model is headed Down Under late this year.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake due in late 2017

Hyundai to build pint-size and big daddy SUVs

The new Hyundai Kona is launched in South Korea.

Get set for even more SUVs from Hyundai.

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