Teen faces court for allegedly biting a police officer

A CABOOLTURE woman who allegedly bit a police officer will face a Brisbane court on January 11.

Police hunt for rings stolen from Buderim home

Three rings believed to be stolen from Panorama Ridge Road

Police continue to probe fatal Bruce Hwy crash

Multiple vehicle fatal crash on the Bruce Highway 3 kilometers south of the Caloundra turnoff. The ute that crossed into oncoming traffic.

Investigators will consider driver fatigue and a medical condition

17-year-old airlifted with critical injuries after crash

It's believed the man crashed a ute into a tree at Beelbi Creek

Bob Irwin proud of Bindi’s dancing, conservation efforts

Grandfather proud of Bindi’s dancing, conservation efforts

Models washed 30 cars in 3 hours at bikini carwash

Zara Warrington of SunKISSED Girls soaks up the work.

Hundreds attend bikini carwash combined with classic car display

Seniors’ party to use new-age sources to pursue funding

MATURE OUTLOOK: Palmwoods pensioner Warner Madden is past Coast president of a political party for seniors.

MAP will draw support from the 3.3 million Australians over 65

Woodford Folk Festival's three-year secret revealed

STORIES TO TELL: Woodford Folk Festival artist-in-residence Gavin Ryan has delivered his masterpiece.

Three years of work will move Woodford masses

Sophie, the nine-year-old surfer with cerebral palsy

A GOOD TIME FOR ALL: Helping hands ensure Sophie Hopson gets to enjoy the feeling of surfing at Maroochydore Beach.

Nothing stops nine-year-old Sophie Hopson

Noosa ironwoman Kirsty Higgison takes first round

NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: Kirsty Higgison wins Round One of the Nutri-Grain Ironman series at Coolum.

Higgison ready for second day at Coolum

Zoo puts on what might be boy's last birthday

PRECIOUS MEMORIES TO CHERISH: Queensland Zoo’s lemurs are a favourite for Miller O’Flynn and his mum, Sophie Cashen.

Mum made sure Miller would attend his, possibly last, birthday party

Vandals once again destroy iconic Sunshine Coast mural

Twice in two months vandals have destroyed this iconic mural

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Is truth about Islam being whitewashed in Australia?

Former SAS commander calls for honest debate about Islam, terrorism

Toowoomba teen in Syria talks on Paris terror attacks

Oliver Bridgeman Photo Contributed

Everyone is shocked and the media is going crazy (about Paris)

DATING: There’s a smorgasbord of stereotypes to test

Paul Hogan.

What stereotypes we apply to the opposite sex from exotic places?

OPINION: Face the truth or we remain virtual liars

I’m a happy, insightful, witty, amazing bloke.. but only on Facebook

Senator: Funding win for our schools

Campaign about school funding is as predictable as it is misleading

WATERCOOLER: Time to change Australia's jobs, wages model?

More than one in 10 young people in Australia are unemployed.

Frozen wages, insecure jobs, shrinking unions … join the dots

Hastings Deering to shed 100 CQ jobs

Hastings Deering in Mackay.

Hastings Deering downsizes mining support division in Queensland

Greyhound trainer allegedly abused girl in dog kennel

Churchable man pleads not guilty to five child sex offences

Wife stabber argues sentence based on sleeping victim

Man who stabbed his wife says it would have been worse if she were awake

McCulkin murders case adjourned following legal issues

Barbara McCulkin

Committal hearing adjourned until tomorrow

Hit and run driver urged to come forward

The scene of the incident where a man was found deceased.

43-year-old man killed in incident was a father about 500m from home

Police on lookout following Centrelink hit and run

Photo Tessa Mapstone / South Burnett Times

Women in cowgirl hats blamed for car park prang

Indonesia: a vision of a peaceful post-Islamofascist world

The caliphate’s intellectual underpinnings have become clear

Concerns about impact of safety net cuts on rural patients

NOT HEALTHY: Senator Nick Xenophon.

Senator says Safety Net bill a blatant financial bill, not health reform

Turnbull says UN climate talks 'not the end of the journey'

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull pays a tribute to the victims of Paris' terrorist attacks in front of the Bataclan concert hall in paris on November 29, 2015 in Paris. Malcolm Turnbull is in Paris to take part in the UN conference on climate change (COP21). AFP PHOTO / MATTHIEU ALEXANDRE

Environment Minister says a deal will be reached, even if not 'perfect'

Call to reject change on penalty pay rates

CUT IT OUT: ACTU President Ged Kearney has called on the government to rule out cutting penalty rates for retail and hospitality workers.

Inquiry into workplace relations due to the government this week

Knifing Abbott? Media has to shake it off, says Treasurer

Treasurer Scott Morrison channels Taylor Swift.

Julie Bishop said to be part of call between Morrison and Turnbull

Muslims in Sydney cop 3x the abuse of all other Aussies

VOCAL: Reclaim Australia protesters march outside Parliament House in Canberra.

Sydney Muslims are three times more likely to cop racist abuse

Riot police fire tear gas on Paris climate change protest

Protesters defy ban after Paris attacks which killed 130 people

Obama calls on Turkey to shut down border with Syria

Barack Obama

Complete closure of border would be a serious blow to Isis

Too many girls 'cramming their heads with facts': Teacher

Girls happier when they were just getting married, says educator

Rockhampton lawyer pleads guilty after swearing in court

HIGH-PROFILE criminal lawyer Doug Winning leaving Rockhampton Court.

The high-profile criminal lawyer pleaded guilty on Monday

'I was nearly killed by a Yowie... twice!'

LURKING: These two yowies react to a noise in the undergrowth, perhaps made by Yowie researcher Dean Harrison. Illustration by Bill Rasmussen

Mysterious hairy creature is a beast to be reckoned with

Man's attempt to kill spider mistaken for domestic dispute

A large hairy spider.

Police respond after man heard screaming "I'm going to kill you"

Water-filled condom craze sweeping the internet

Participants urged to practice water-filled craze with safety

College wins $500k compo over too low basketball court

Architects sued after they failed to deliver full height building

Sporting clubs bogged down by ‘toilet tax’

STEEP PRICE: Gladstone Bowls Club Manager Peter Liddle says council rates and charges are stifling the club’s growth.

Council suggests sports clubs reduce toilet numbers to save money

Kate Winslet has no computer

Kate Winslet doesn't own a computer and restricts her kids' use.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's arguments are 'absurd'

Jolie and Pitt have 'absurd' arguments every now and then

Fans dress up as their favourite heroes at Supanova

Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom from Harry Potter) speaks at a live panel for fans.

POP culture fans flocked to Brisbane to meet stars of film and TV.

Coco and Ice-T welcome baby girl

Coco Austin and Ice-T have welcomed their first child together

James McAvoy to 'punch' useless parents

McAvoy wants to "punch" parents who let their children misbehave.

OMG! This is the Taylor Swift effect on Kiwi waiters

This is what happens when Taylor Swift walks into your restaurant.

Naughty Boy used to taxi his mum's food to work

Naughty Boy's homemade meals are special to him

Not so perfect wedding for this Gladstone bride

Rick and Suzie Wood married on September 13 at Canoe Point. Suzie said they had always wanted a small wedding and they both love the beach. And while it was a perfect moment, not everything went according to plan. Credit: Kaptured by Kellie Shepherd

Suzie Wood's 'perfect' day was almost a disaster

Best of the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show

MAZDA CX-9: Seven-seat SUV one of the stars at Los Angeles

The main highlights at the 2015 LA Auto Show

BILL SHOCK: 62% of households report increased power bills

Switch off your appliances at the wall if you're heading away from home these holidays.

POLL: Have you experienced a shock on your power bill?

Be sure to read the fine print in Turnbull’s economic update

Treasurer Scott Morrison (L) and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015.

Turnbull has made clear that the time for a change has come

$4m in super relying only on compulsory contributions?

Noel Whittaker

Is $4m from 25 to retirement really possible?

Investors and markets show sickly signs worldwide

US markets avoided some of the weakness in EU markets

Live longer, save on insurance

Paul Clitheroe

I reckon there’s a lot to celebrate about ageing

Wagners plans $30m Harristown homeware centre

A development concept of the $30 million homeware centre that Wagners wants to build on Anzac Avenue.

Homemaker stores including electronics, toys, furniture and tiles