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"It's a disgrace that something as Australian as Holden can be held to ransom by Detroit."
Kevin Morgan, now 21, went into the bedroom of his young victims, then aged 12 and 14, at their Kirwan home in the early hours of March 15, 2010, after BOWEN is celebrating after long-awaited approval for the world's largest coal port at Abbot Point was finally handed down by Environment Minister Greg Hunt late yesterday afternoon.
"Nothing has changed," said analyst Michael Krigsman of consulting firm Asuret, an expert on why IT projects go off the rails.
The Australian horse world is in shock following the death of Queensland saddlery owners Greg and Patricia Grant in a traffic accident in India.
The map identifies the Southeast Asian ports that the Justice Department says were preferred by contractor Leonard Glenn Francis so he could overcharge Navy ships for supplies, and charts showing the annual number of U.S. Navy visits to each of those ports from 2009 to 2013.
Sex and money motivated Klaus Andres to murder his wife, prosecutors have claimed, but the Queensland man says her death was an accident.
The head of Pork Queensland, John Coward, says the increase in licence fees over the past few years and a hike in the cost of feed have seen profit margins collapse.
Four alleged bikies have been arrested on Queensland's Sunshine Coast under the State Government's new criminal gangs legislation.
Get ready, Alter Bridge are ready to rock the United States! The band has just announced initial dates for its spring U.S. tour.
An Australian pedophile sentenced to 30 years' jail in the US for sharing the adopted son he bought for $US8000 with a global network of child molesters says he is not a "monster".
Charters Towers City Council this afternoon started its bat removal program from the city's Lissner Park, by using helicopters, smoke spraying, fireworks, paintball guns and water hoses.
It's still 88 days away, but axed Canberra Raiders coach David Furner has wasted no time joining North Queensland to prepare for a mouth-watering round one stoush with his old side.
The gruesome growth on grandad John Macdonald's belly came after he knocked the can into the Brisbane River in Queensland, Australia, in March 2012.
A TEENAGE exchange student took his final breaths in the arms of a passing personal trainer after he fell from the ninth floor of a highrise.
MINING magnate turned politician Clive Palmer might not be in parliament this week but is still hard at work advocating for "world peace".