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Country Hour for Monday 10 March, 2014
The biggest yarding of cattle in Toowoomba since 2007 goes under the hammer; Senate inquiry examines beef industry levies; Federal Assistant Treasurer brings beef producers and the big banks to the table in Charters Towers; It's back to the classroom for the mums, dads and governesses teaching distance education; Gulf fishermen hope TC Gillian ... (more)
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Northern Territory News
Man's perfect Aussie reaction to snake bite
Watch what happens when this deadly eastern brown snake gets cornered in a Brisbane home.
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Champions Crowned At Victorian Karting Championships
In the end, it was a driver who lives less than ten-minutes drive from the Clayton circuit and a driver who lives 24-hours from the circuit who were the big winners.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Flying solo on history
"The maintenance and interpretation of heritage places is the responsibility of the owners of the sites," a Department of Environment and Heritage Protection spokeswoman said.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Queensland's largest drought-declared area ever
It's official - this drought is Queensland's most widespread on record, with almost 80 per cent of the state now drought-declared.
School sex abuse set to claim scalp
DOCTORS are optimistic of a resolution to the state's bitter doctor contract dispute after the Health Minister agreed to reopen discussions.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Private schools caned in NAPLAN
SOME of Queensland's exclusive GPS schools were regularly outperformed by state schools with students from similar backgrounds on the NAPLAN tests last year.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Parents, your kids are safe: bishops
In his letter to parents, Brisbane Archbishop Coleridge said it was a compulsory requirement that all new staff take a course in student protection, and an annual refresher.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Newman MPs must justify existence
NEWMAN Government MPs have been told they must reapply for their positions ahead of a bruising round of preselection battles, where some will be forced to fight for their publicly funded pay packets.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
The Otago Daily Times
Australian interest in on-farm drone
Mark Gardyne , of Otama, is to demonstrate his drone at a conference in Australia in June.
Hamilton sets his sights on world cycling championships
A HUGE year on the saddle looms for Ballarat Clarendon College's Lucas Hamilton, with the Ararat-born rider setting his sights on a stint in the Australian junior men's squad for September's World Road Championships.
LNP members push for more wild river cuts
Office holders will vote on whether to forward the policy to the LNP government, along with 27 other proposals, at the party's state council meeting in Toowoomba this weekend.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Appeal for man missing in Queensland
The family of a Queensland man missing for more than three weeks have asked the public for help in locating him.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
South Queensland Materials Handling - Provides Forklift Services for Industries
South Queensland Materials Handling is a forklift service company which provides the sales of various types of forklifts for businesses.
Archbishop dimayed: 'We've failed'
THE Premier wants to convert visiting Modern Family stars to Queensland supporters ahead of this year's State of Origin clash.
Olaf Olsen-Graham Blay Grudge Match on March 14
The first will be a much anticipated rematch between Rosewood's Olaf Olsen and Toowoomba's Graham Blay.
Calls for national child protection laws after Toowoomba abuse case
MARK COLVIN: In the wash-up of the child abuse royal commission's inquiry in Brisbane, there are calls for a set of nationally consistent rules on how and when child sexual abuse allegations should be referred to police.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Government shouldn't 'reward' Qantas
POLICE have smashed a "sophisticated" home steroid drug lab on the Gold Coast and say it is linked to the Mongols FORMER Toowoomba bishop William Morris has declared the Catholic Church was plagued by a culture of not believing child sex abuse victims.
Big Mango found behind bushes
UPDATE: The monster mango that was plucked from its perch at the Bowen Tourist Information Centre has been found not far from where it disappeared.
Premier to PM: 'Fix penalty rates problem'
FORMER Toowoomba bishop William Morris has declared the Catholic Church was plagued by a culture of not believing child sex abuse victims.