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  1. A key witness changes her evidence at the inquest into the 1989 death of Queensland teenager Annette Mason, saying she heard a man confess to killing the 15-year-old nearly 30 years ago.

  2. Hate being bombarded with political flyers on your way to vote? One local council has decided to do something about it in what's believed to be an Australian first.

  3. The main drag was once the heart and soul of many regional Australian cities, but if you walk through a town's central business district these days, you will often see for lease signs and shuttered up shops.

  4. Look closely β€” both these boys have scars on their necks. This is the story of how they got them and how their recovery forged a new friendship in the face of a "catastrophic" situation.

  5. A "very dangerous" thunderstorm packing giant hail and destructive winds tears through parts of south-east Queensland on Saturday evening, bringing down trees and damaging homes.

  6. The new WeatheX app aims to get citizen scientists to report and photograph wild weather in a bid to improve the understanding and forecasting of severe weather events.

  7. Former Olympic diver and gold medallist Chantelle Newbery pleads guilty to a string of charges, including stealing, in what her lawyer describes as a "meteoric fall from grace".

  8. Robyn O'Neill was working full-time, living an active life and loving being a grandmother but a diagnosis of dementia changed all of it.
  9. Robyn O'Neill was working full-time, living an active life and loving being a grandmother but a diagnosis of dementia changed all of it.

  10. The bacteria that causes deadly Legionnaires' disease is found in more than half of Queensland's hospitals and aged care centres, State Government figures reveal.

  11. The Prime Minister says the Government will maintain Foodbank's funding following community anger over plans to slash its budget in half.

  12. The Social Services Minister has indicated a short-term lifeline may be thrown to a charity that provides 67 million meals for hungry Australians each year after Government moves to split food charity funding between three agencies.

  13. A drought financial assistance program is labelled as 'all talk' and its application process as being 'bogged down' in Centrelink's service delivery.

  14. These days the accordion is distinctly unfashionable, but in the 1960s it was very different story and the city of Toowoomba was riding high on a boom in the instrument's popularity.

  15. The tiny south-west Queensland community of Wallumbilla has a colourful history of "can-do" people and a folk furniture project is attempting to capture that spirit.

  16. One of the bloodiest battles of the Kokoda campaign in World War II, where 133 Australian soldiers were killed, is finally recognised after a Queensland farmer made it his mission to have a monument erected in honour of the fallen.

  17. Developers, town planners, and mum and dad investors now have access to a trove of 'big data' aimed at channelling positive growth in south-east Queensland.

  18. Tamworth bows out of its bid to host a Qantas pilot academy, instead choosing Virgin Australia as its preferred airline to establish a training school.

  19. A new Queensland Health report on oral care finds tens of thousands of young children have a history of tooth decay by the time they are old enough to go to school.

  20. Have you ever wondered about the engineering feats you drive over each day?

  21. The Queensland Government has buckled under pressure from the thoroughbred racing industry after this weekend's races were called off as part of a statewide strike.

  22. Demand for corn from WA's Kimberley region is booming as drought-affected farmers turn away from the summer crop in main growing regions.

  23. Brisbane has avoided a predicted 36-degree scorcher, but in parts of the state's west the temperature has soared well past 40 degrees.

  24. Two teenagers have funded schoolies, a gap year, and started saving for a house thanks to their business selling second-grade avocados.

  25. The banking union is pushing Australia's biggest agricultural lenders to commit to long-term drought policies to protect country branches and customers, ahead of today's meeting with key government representatives in Canberra.

  26. Queensland's biggest Cox Plate Day races are called off and Melbourne Cup events are next as a deadline from trainers, jockeys, and breeders over a new betting tax passes.

  27. Thousands of homes are left without power as severe storms lash south-east Queensland, causing flash flooding and bringing down power lines and trees.

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