Bundy man loses car after alleged burn-out

Police were out in force at the weekend.

Speeding and hooning keep cops busy

Tears flow for top Turtle Tremaine

TRAGEDY: Tremaine Tairawhiti, middle row second left, celebrates with his Turtles teammates on Friday.

Players mourn for one of their own

Science Festival seriously awesome

CALLING everyone who wants to see, hear and be a part of something totally cool: this is where you need to be this March.

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…

Top five things to experience this summer in Brisbane

Tangalooma is amazing if you're keen for a dive, kayak or swim.

THIS summer get out and explore your capital city.

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.

Is Brisbane the new arts and culture capital?

Check out GOMA's latest exhibition - it's all about hair! GOMA 10 Ambassador Patience Hodgson visits Nervescape V 2016 by Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir (aka Shoplifter), commissioned for ‘Sugar Spin: you, me, art and everything’ at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. 
Photograph: Natasha Harth, QAGOMA

THE rest of the world should be envious of this line-up!

Woman accused of neglect says dog wasn't as thin as in pics

A BUNDABERG woman has told a court she didn't believe her heavily pregnant, two-year-old dog looked as emaciated as photos taken by the RSPCA hours later.

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

Child rapist says he forgot to report contact with kids

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Man failed to report contact with a child

EXCLUSIVE: Bundaberg man extradited on rape, incest charges

ON REMAND: The offences the man is charged with are alleged to have happened in 2003 and 2008 about 180km north of Melbourne.

Bundaberg man accused of serious offences

Mad Mary claims Telstra 'duped' her into calls

"I'm so mad you can call me Mad Mary,” the Bundaberg pensioner says.

Big plans to be rolled out for the region

BIG NEWS: Ken O'Dowd has welcomed the rollout.

MP Ken O'Dowd welcomes expansion of NBN to Flynn

North Burnett residents slow to take up NBN service

NEW SERVICE: An NBN satellite next to the last satellite.

North Burnett doesn't adopt the NBN

Chat about the Rose

BIGGENDEN ROSE: Council will consult with residents on what to do with the rose next Monday.

Council and community meet to discuss the Biggenden Rose Sculpture.

Residents put their hearts into community pantry

FULLY STOCKED: Bundy residents have overwhelmed Angels Community Group with their support for its Community Cupboard food pantry.

Overwhelming response to free 24-hour food pantry

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How Stay at Home Mum blogger Jody Allen struck it big

THE self proclaimed Gympie "dag” who has built a multi-million dollar empire out of her online advice for stay at home mums is about to launch a TV series

WHAT'S ON: Friday, February 17

LOCK IT IN: Tonight and tomorrow night is Lock-In Time at Chipmunks.

Five things you need to know

Colour chaos run sure to be a riot

COLOUR CHAOS: Queensland Health senior psychologist Dan Banof and CQU student Kylie Goodman-Jones are excited about the fun run.

Get messy at Youth Month event

WHAT'S ON: Wednesday, February 15

CRIME TO MISS IT: See best-selling crime author Candice Fox at Bundy Library tonight.

Five things you need to know

New owner for old Bunnings Bundaberg

The old Bunnings building in Brickwork Ct has been sold to a Bundaberg businessman.

Site set for a significant refit and expansion

New figures show strength of regional news media

Great local digital media coverage has seen more people signing up to be subscribers.

News Regional Media now reaching 3.5 million each month

Time for federal offices to move to Bundy

RIVERSIDE PLANNING: Mayor Jack Dempsey points out the land secured by Council for future use by the residents of Bundaberg.

Decentralisation could bring hundreds of new jobs to the region

Ergon 'cooking the books' in latest plan to raise prices

KILLING BUSINESS: Bundaberg cane farmer Dean Cayley said "the cost of power was killing me” before he switched to lateral irrigation.

"This report is the smoking gun”, says Bundaberg irrigator

Bundy's dragonfruit crop is feeling the burn

FEELING THE BURN: Bruce and Carol Wallace with their dragonfruit in bloom. The yellow discolouration on the plant behind Carol is sunburn.

It's not just people who need to slip, slop, slap

Dragonfruit days: challenge leads to blossoming niche

Bruce and Carol Wallace have been married 41 years and growing dragonfruit for ten.

Australians "getting more adventurous” with fruit

Shalom Markets 19th Feb 2017

OUT SHOPPING: Jax,Harper and Barbara Hardgraves at the Shalom Markets Bundaberg.

A selection of photos from the Shalom Markets in Bundaberg on the 19th Feb 2017.

Umoja Trivia Night 18th Feb 2017

QUIZ TEAMS: Ross, William, Kelly and Paige Bagnall at the Umoja Trivia Night held at Walkervale School Bundaberg.

A selection of photos from the Umoja Trivia Night held at Walkervale School on the...

Basketball 19th Feb 2017

ON THE ATTACK: Jake Gudgeon moves in for the Port City Power under 16s at the Central District Carnival in Bundaberg.

A selection of photos from the Central District Carnival Basket Ball competition in...

Timmothy Mulvena

BIRTHDAY SURPRISE: Timmothy Mulvena and his dad Michael inside the cab of the truck.

Timmothy Mulvena - 16th birthday truck ride.

Fire - Rounds Road Bucca

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services at a vegetation fire in Bucca.

FIRE crews contained a bushfire at Bucca which broke out at 9am today.

Bucca fires

SMOKE AND HAZE: A grass fire on a Hills Road property in South Bingera. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail

Firies have worked to contain fires at Bucca.

Paul Murray listens to regions

The man who can talk underwater is ready to listen and broadcast it back to the pollies.

'Like a nightmare': Deadly snakes strike dog, twice

FIGHTING FOR LIFE: Tigger receives treatment after being wbitten by an eastern brown snake.

IPSWICH pet owner's plea for help as he struggles to cover vet bills

Qld cancer rate triples in 30 years: Cancer Council

Cancer Council Queensland CEO Professor Jeff Dunn AO.

More than 27,000 cancer cases have been noted in Qld since 1982.

Ferrari reveals its quickest ever road car: the Superfast

RED DEVIL: Ferrari 812 Superfast offers 588kW and 718Nm from its 6.5-litre V12, meaning a zero to 100kmh time of 2.9-seconds and a top speed of more than 340kmh.

The most powerful and exclusive Ferrari in its road car range

MELON FEST: Not just for Chinchilla locals anymore

Melon skiing at the 2017 Chinchilla Melon Festival on Saturday.

Chinchilla's Melon Festival is no longer just about the residents

'Shock of his life': Agonising wait after son pricked by needle

Angela Moore and her son John Williams, 4, were horrified after he was pricked with a needle at a Barney Point parkland.

A boy was pricked by what nurses believe was a used needle.

Ballina mum finds blade in nappy bag

Shocked shopper finds 3 inch blade rusty blade hidden in baby bag compartment.

Shocked shopper finds 3 inch blade rusty blade hidden in compartment

Why Hollywood’s siding with Brad Pitt over Angelina Jolie

TOWARD the end of last month’s Golden Globes ceremony, the producer of the nominated drama Moonlight made a surprise onstage appearance: Brad Pitt.

Tensions high at pointy end of MKR's round two

Things are really heating up on My Kitchen Rules.

Games are being played around the My Kitchen Rules table

Jungle Jay sent packing from I'm a Celebrity

I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Here! contestant Jay Laga'aia with Keira.

BIG friendly giant Jay Laga'aia has been eliminated from I'm A Celeb

Carson Kressley brings 'camp' to I'm a Celebrity jungle

"I am not all Park Avenue and daffodils” ... Carson Kressley.

Meet the "campest” campmate to star on I'm a Celebrity.

Expert: Why renters, home buyers may struggle

Matusik Property Insights director Michael Matusik.

What's next for the city's housing market

Potential home buyers punished for doing the 'right thing'

Should I go to university or buy a house?

50 more high rise buildings planned for Brisbane CBD

Height limits have been scrapped for Brisbane CBD

800,000 more people expected to work in city over next 20 years

New suburb in the crosshairs of Coast vandals

UNDER WRAPS: Graffiti on art installations at the entrance to the newly opened Bells Creek Arterial Road has been covered up.

Vandal rechristens Stockland as something less than complimentary

What $11.9m can get you on Coast's most exclusive street

29-31 Wyuna Drive Noosaville Qld 4566

This is what a cool $11.9m can get you

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$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

New Rocky mine plans revealed, up to 500 workers needed

JOBS, JOBS, JOBS: A mine that will eventually have the capacity to employ 500 workers is opening in CQ.

BOSS OF yet-to-be-built coal mine will hire CQ workers.

UPDATE: Administrators announce plan to save Stockland stores

Terry White Chemists in Stockland shopping centre closes its doors as administrators are called in.

'We are trying to recapitalise the business moving forward'

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Toyota HiLux Double Cab SR5 long term review final report

IN ITS ELEMENT: Over our three month 3000km test, the Toyota HiLux SR5 was at its best as an off-road plaything and workhorse load-lugger. As a daily driver though it reminded it was still a truck...

After 3000km we give our final report on HiLux life

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet road test and review

OPENING HOURS: Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Cabriolet’s 375kW/700Nm bi-turbo V8 helps wind-in-the-hair drivers hit 100kmh in 4.1 seconds.

AMG’s $180k C 63 S Cabrio brings V8 thrills and topless elegance

Our best-selling city car is ready for a refresh

GT-LINE: Next generation Picanto has been shown in Europe, including with desirably sporty GT-Line kit. We're yet to learn if Australia will offer this option and a fruitier turbo engine for the new Picanto.

Value-packed next gen Kia Picanto arrivng by mid-year

Subaru Impreza 2.0i-S Hatch road test and review

WELL-OPTIONED Subaru's Impreza in higher specification 2.0i-S guise features excellent cabin features and cutting edge safety to go with a quality chassis.

The new Impreza offers impressive all-wheel-drive security and value

4WD REPORT: Rainbow shines for long weekend

ON THE MOVE: Noel Southern out on the tracks

Go Off Track with Brad Praed

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