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Missing fishing vessel found off Queensland coast

A fishing vessel which capsized and sank off the central Queensland coast with six crewmen on board on Monday night has been found off the Round Hill Headland.

Derailed new generation train pulled off line by 'shunter': Minister

The new Queensland train that was derailed late on Thursday afternoon appears to have been pulled offline by the shunting engine.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Person Appears to be Skateboard Skitching in Brisbane

Person Appears to be Skateboard Skitching in Brisbane 00:27

A person who appeared to be skateboard skitching was perhaps having a Back to the Future moment when deciding to use the power of a bus to speed up in Brisbane, Queensland. This timelapse video posted..
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News video: Swollen River Makes Waves Across Queensland Road

Swollen River Makes Waves Across Queensland Road 00:09

Heavy rain continued to inundate roads and towns across south-east Queensland on Thursday, October 19, making one road at the Essendean Bridge north of Bundaberg impassable for traffic. This footage..
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News video: Police Officer Tackles Alleged Gang Member in Drugs Raid

Police Officer Tackles Alleged Gang Member in Drugs Raid 01:07

Queensland Police raided a home in Wurtulla, Queensland, in relation to a suspected drug trafficking ring linked to the Finks Outlaw Motorcycle Gang on Friday, October 20.Police said cash, cannabis,..
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News video: Queensland Catcher Pulls Tree Snake From Cupboard

Queensland Catcher Pulls Tree Snake From Cupboard 00:55

The last thing yo expect when you go to the linen cupboard is to find a snake staring back at you, but that&rsquo;s jut what happened for snake catcher Stuart McKenzie&rsquo;s latest client...
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News video: Fishermen Feared Dead as Search Operations Enter Third Day

Fishermen Feared Dead as Search Operations Enter Third Day 00:35

The search for six missing fishermen after their vessel capsized in central Queensland entered its third day on October 19, with rescuers fearing the worst as debris and personal items from the boat..
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Veteran Smith crowned Reds' best player

George Smith's terrific return to Super Rugby has earned him the Stan Pilecki Medal as Queensland's players' player of the year.

Queensland won't revisit euthanasia debate: Trad

The Queensland government says it has no intention of reviving a debate about euthanasia after voluntary assisted dying laws passed the lower house in Victoria.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Trad can't guarantee Comm Games trains

The Queensland government can't say whether it will have enough extra trains to run its Commonwealth Games timetable, after one of the new trains derailed.

Stars to reopen Waltzing Matilda Centre

An iconic outback Queensland museum destroyed by fire two years ago will reopen in April with a four-day music festival after a $22 million rebuild.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Miller sizzles in Aust MotoGP practice

Queensland rider Jack Miller clocked the third fastest time in the opening free practice session at the Australian MotoGP at Phillip Island.

Alice Queen eyes resource expansion at Horn Island gold project

Alice Queen Ltd (ASX:AQX) has commenced Phase 2 diamond drilling at its flagship Horn Island gold project in the Torres Strait region of North Queensland. The company has planned 7,300 metres of..
Proactive Investors

Red River rated a Buy from Melbourne-broker as zinc production returns to Thalanga

Red River Resources Ltd (ASX:RVR) has received a Buy recommendation with a risk rating of Speculative from Melbourne-based broker Baillieu Holst, following production returning to Thalanga. Baillieu..
Proactive Investors

Five deaths in two days after crashes on Queensland roads

Several pedestrian and motorists have passed away in the past two days following several crashes across the state.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Qld expands HIV drug trial

Queensland will expand a trial of drugs that can stop people contracting HIV as it works towards eliminating transmissions by 2020.

Fake village to be constructed at Wacol for terrorism training

This fake town, complete with a train station and houses, will help police combat the threat of terrorism in Queensland.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

One of Queensland's new trains derails near Ipswich

The New Generation Rollingstock engine was being towed through Ipswich when the derailment happened.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Dam fine rain brings more than three months of water supply

The recent deluge has delayed the need to implement drought plans in south-east Queensland.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Comm Games security nerve centre unveiled

The nerve centre for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games has been unveiled, providing a coordinated resource for Queensland's emergency services.

The havoc wrought by Qld's wild weather

The impact of the major rainfall event and flash flooding in Queensland.

Bundaberg rainfall breaks 64-year record

Eight schools and more than roads remain closed as flood warnings remain in place for parts of central Queensland.
Sydney Morning Herald

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