10 best street art spots to take an Insta selfie

IF YOU are in need of a few trendy new Instagram snaps, then get your phone and selfie-stick ready and head to Brisbane.

Where to find the best coffee

Strauss is known for its superb brew.

COFFEE snobbery is at an all-time high.

Theatre royalty graces Brisbane stage

Don't miss Charles Edwards in this incredible theatre performance.

WHEN acting royalty comes to town, you sit up and take notice.

Don’t go chasing waterfalls…find them on these drives!

The Scenic Rim is just one place nearby that you'll love.

BRISBANE isn’t all bright lights and city slickers.

Your boots are made for walking these tours

Brisbane Greeters tours are a great way to learn the local history of the city.

YOU don’t need a bike or bus for a seriously good tour of Brisbane.

Drink where the cool kids do this summer

There are a bunch of new bars open in Brisbane, make sure you're there!

CHECK out these new funky bars.

Discover Brisbane’s laneway gems

Brisbane's laneways will surprise you.

NOT all of Brisbane City is as it seems…

Men charged over Bundaberg break and enter offences

TWO North Bundaberg men have been charged with break and enter offences involving businesses in Takalvan St at Avoca and Maryborough St in Bundaberg Central.

Bundaberg murder accused facing more charges

Luke Turnbull.
Photo: Simon Young / NewsMail

Turnbull appears by videolink in Bundaberg Magistrates Court

Pregnant dog was very thin, vets tells court

NEGLECT: Vet Susan Carroll, who initially treated the dog, told the court Ava was in "very poor body condition”.

Dog owner represents herself in trial

Jetskiing dog's owner faces court over drugs and fireworks

Stubby the old sea dog that spent a night lost on the ocean on a jetski.

Man pleads guilty following ocean rescue

P-plater mum fined over crash into fence

The Bundaberg Courthouse.

31-year-old was over the middle alcohol limit

New bridge taking shape

The new Burnett River Bridge on Monto-Mount Perry Road is taking shape after being washed away by Cyclone Marcia

McConnell Lookout closed for road works

Roadworks at McConell Lookout.

Council undergoes road works to improve safety

Forget fries, get drive-through fruit and veg in Bundy

NEW LEAF: Mel Burg and Andrew Dowling with their freshly grown local produce.

Produce store with famous rocket reopens

Lifetime spent at cattle sales

A GOOD RUN: John James got his start in 1963 and was a fixture of the saleyards right up until his retirement last year.

Retired agent John James reflects on how the business has changed.

Sizzling Bodies to excite

LADIES NIGHT: Body Heat's Magic Mic tour excites and entices at Monto's Grand Hotel this Friday.

Beautiful boys come to Monto to show off their bodies.

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WHAT'S ON: Saturday, February 25-Sunday, February 26

FIVE things you need to know this weekend.

Red balloons to fly in show of support for firies

MORNING TEA: Member for Burnett Stephen Bennett was joined by firefighters from across the region at a special morning tea to honour their service in the community today.

Show appreciation for region's firefighters

Region's students on their bikes next month

HOP ON BOARD: Friday, March 17, is National Ride2School Day.

Riding fun, healthy and improves classroom performance

REVIEW: Under the Gun doco looks at right to bear arms

ARMED: A still from the 2016 documentary film Under the Gun by Stephanie Soechtig.

An in-depth look into America's gun culture.

One-stop tourism shop set to open in Bargara

HUB: Michael Owens at Bargara Coastal Accommodation.

Couple opens information centre for visitors

Vinnies slams penalty rates cuts

The St Vincent de Paul Society is deeply saddened the Fair Work Commission decided to reduce Sunday and Public Holiday penalty rates.

"Cutting penalty rates will not create jobs”

50 new jobs up for grabs

The State Government is calling for tenders to undertake important dredging work ahead of the scuttling of the ex-HMAS Tobruk.

Great opportunity for local businesses: Leanne Donaldson

Cane farmer to be cut off from water supply

HIGH AND DRY: Walkers Point sugar cane farmer Norm Muller amongst his cane fields on Beaver Rock Rd.

"That's our income for this year," he said.

Cucumber virus results due next week, growers told

NASTY BUG: Green cucumber mottle mosaic virus affects the entire cucurbit family: cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, squash and zucchini.

'Everyone was interested to know what it means'

Wide Bay Jnr Rep Cricket

Wide Bay Junior Rep Cricket - U/14 - Fraser Coast (batting) V. Bundaberg (fielding). Adam Moffatt gets beaten by this delivery.

Some of the action from the Wide Bay Junior Rep Cricket grand finals at...

Wedding Spectacular

KAYLAS EXPERTEASE: Amey Harper and Sarah Olsen at the Wedding Spectacular at the Civic Centre.

Wedding Spectacular at the Civic Centre.

world record attempt

TEAMWORK: The lengths of damper are manoeuvred into place at Wyper Park Scout Camp.

Wyper Park Scout Camp.

Beach Volleyball

THE CLAW: Rick Gough at the Beach Volleyball event at Innes Park.

Beach Volleyball event at Innes Park

Soccer

SOCCER: Kyan Arnold at the goalkeeping camp held at The Waves.

Goalkeeping camp held at The Waves.

Golf

GOLF: Kate McFarlane tees off on the first during The Burnett Cup competition on Saturday.

Burnett Cup

Vehicle Crash in Gin Gin

A car crashed into a home in Gin Gin on the 28th Feb 2017

Tara Brown’s daughter still asks after her ‘mummy’

Murder victim's daughter still asks for her.

Daughter of slain Gold Coast woman Tara Brown wants to know if she will get a new...

Best Picture Oscar goes to wrong film

Presenter Warren Beatty shows the envelope with the actual winner for best picture as host Jimmy Kimmel, left, looks on at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The winner was originally announced as La La Land, but was later corrected to Moonlight.

Wrong envelope leads to huge mistake.

Why this cancer survivor wants you to pay attention

FOUR Wide Bay locals are diagnosed with cancer every day.

Faster pasta, and healthy too

Make quick, nutritious pasta toppings with just three main ingredients.

Quick, healthy, easy and tasty this meal has it all

Birth photographer shames mum over C-section

A mother (not pictured) has been shamed by a photographer, who she considered using while giving birth.

Mums never seem to be able to catch a break

Jeep destroyer says company has major change of tune

DESTROY MY JEEP: Ashton Wood destroys his Jeep to raise awareness of vehicle lemon laws.  Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily

How one angry customer taught car giant a lesson in customer care

Man makes surprise discovery under his shed

HISTORICAL FIND: Toowoomba's Kevin Murray found a World War II ID tag under his garden shed in a surprising discovery that uncovered historical bottles and trinkets.

A Toowoomba man has made a surprise discovery under his garden shed

Put a lid on lunchbox dramas

Should parents be put in the naughty corner for cake in lunchboxes?

Oppo unveils phone offering five times lossless zoom

Technology inspired by the idea of a periscope on submarine

Groom threatens to walk out of Married At First Sight

ANOTHER explosive MAFS breakup is looming over the weekly dinner party — and this time, it seems like everybody is involved.

'I wasn't naked': Blanca Blanco speaks out

Blanca Blanco arriving at the 89th Academy Awards. Picture: Ian West/PA WireSource:AAP

"It was a nude colour, it matches my skin, so I wasn’t naked.''

‘IT’S A LITTLE SAD’: Trump makes Oscars bungle all about him

US President Donald Trump claims Hollywood's elite were too busy mocking him to pay attention on Oscars night.

Donald Trump ‘explains’ Oscars stuff up.

Lama and Sarah’s ‘epic’ MKR fail

My Kitchen Rules contestants Lama and Sarah.

Tempers flare as Lebanese feast turns into an epic fail.

Casino boss loses $4m on waterfront Sunshine Coast home

The owner of this stunning Noosa home accepted much less than he had initially wanted for the home.

When illness struck owner forced to try and cash out of property

Mining homes dive: $600k homes sell for $120k-$300k

18 Yeates Street, Moranbah sold for $135,000 in December, after being repossessed by a bank. The owners bought for $545,000 in August, 2011.

The economy still has two speeds, but with a painful twist

Growing optimism in realty markets

Work on the gas pipeline at the Bundaberg Port.

Market shifting from buyers' market to vendor

Mackay's property market climbing like a Rocket Man

Renewed confidence in Mackay means more homes are being snapped up by those eager to plant their roots in the region.

There's movement in the real estate sector and it's all positive.

'Why we drove 800km to buy a treehouse with a disco ball'

The new owners have planned a few updates, but will stick with much of the original design.

A couple travelled almost 800km for the home of their dreams.

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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

Construction cranes on the Mooloolaba skyline.

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

No time to respond to job applicants? Google CEO does.

Girl, 7, delighted to get personal response from Google boss

South dominates manufacturing grants applications

State Development Minister Anthony Lynham praised Maryborough's Downer Rail.

Most manufacturing grants applications from southern Queensland

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The $17,000 drive away Suzuki Ignis SUV road test and review

TINY DANCER: It may test the definition of "SUV" but there's no questioning the value and charm of Suzuki's new $17k drive away baby Ignis.

Suzuki Ignis: the cheapest new SUV money can buy

Love in a cold climate? 2017 Hyundai i30 road test review

COLD CRUISE: Testing Hyundai’s new i30 in the Korean winter ahead of the hatchback’s Australian arrival in April

Hyundai's sales success i30 small hatch about to be refreshed

Game changer: Toyota C-HR small SUV road test and review

EDGY: The C-HR has been launched priced from $26,990, Toyota revealing a new style direction for its late but eagerly awaited entry to the crucial small SUV segment.

Toyota smashes the small SUV segment in style

Mercedes-Benz's premium ute hits Australian shores

PREMIUM CHOICE: Mercedes' striking new 4x4 double cab ute, due to go on sale here in 2018, does some Australian off-road testing before hitting our showrooms.

All-new Mercedes 4WD double-cab will go on sale next year

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