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Fri 3 Apr 2020

Another COVID-19 case in Mackay as health staff ‘threatened’

premium_icon Another COVID-19 case in Mackay as health staff ‘threatened’

Health minister calls out shocking behaviour towards frontline workers.

Artists band together for three-day virtual music festival

premium_icon Artists band together for three-day virtual music festival

LOCKDOWN Live will feature 32 acts performing over three days of live music streamed into lounge rooms around the world.

80 Catholic schools end term early

premium_icon 80 Catholic schools end term early

Catholic schools will begin their school holidays early in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Bowser ripoffs: When Roma can expect to see cheaper fuel

premium_icon Bowser ripoffs: When Roma can expect to see cheaper fuel

WITH RACQ saying they would expect prices in Roma to be no higher than 115cpl, why are petrol stations still exceeding 130cpl?

Watchdog to look at veteran councillor

premium_icon Watchdog to look at veteran councillor

The local government watchdog is expected to revisit outstanding matters against newly re-elected Ipswich councillor Paul Tully.

Gatton family ‘blessed’ to keep roof over their heads

premium_icon Gatton family ‘blessed’ to keep roof over their heads

The family of five have lost its entire income.

Wiggles’ tips on entertaining kids

premium_icon Wiggles’ tips on entertaining kids

The Wiggles have released a song, called Social Distancing, to help explain the new world to kids. These are their top tips for entertaining kids at home.

News you need: 28 days of digital access for free

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We are offering 28 days of digital access for free. That not only includes this site but News' major metro and regional titles. Conditions apply

$750m to rev up small businesses

premium_icon $750m to rev up small businesses

Up to 75,000 businesses - such as cafes, gyms and restaurants - in will be eligible for the payments.

Solid foundation for bounce back

premium_icon Solid foundation for bounce back

It’s still early days but Queensland’s commercial property market is in a strong position to bounce back from the tumultuous impact of COVID-19. Here’s why.

Cop charged after ‘child porn’ raid

premium_icon Cop charged after ‘child porn’ raid

Police have raided the home of an officer, seizing a number of electronic and storage devices and charging him with allegedly having child abuse material.

Long border queues as cops turn cars away

premium_icon Long border queues as cops turn cars away

Vehicles are banked back about 2km across the border as police established a checkpoint between Coolangatta and Tweed Heads after tough new restrictions came into...

Cyclist dies after crash south of Coast

premium_icon Cyclist dies after crash south of Coast

A man has died following a crash just south of the Sunshine Coast late yesterday afternoon.

Q&A: Your boat ban questions answered

premium_icon Q&A: Your boat ban questions answered

EXPLAINED: This week’s boating ban caused mass confusion, so Maritime Safety QLD’s general manager Angus Mitchell has answered all your questions. 

Tenants face uncertain future after COVID-19 stops business

premium_icon Tenants face uncertain future after COVID-19 stops business

Mackay tenants stressed about rent bills after income stops indefinitely

Why soldiers are guarding this highrise

premium_icon Why soldiers are guarding this highrise

A hotel is being used to quarantine new arrivals flying into Brisbane, with at least 20 already calling one highrise home.

New Bay business at risk of folding a month after opening

premium_icon New Bay business at risk of folding a month after opening

Funding of $130 billion over six months for the JobKeeper payment a significant commitment by the commonwealth

Common cold symptoms causing anxiety spike

premium_icon Common cold symptoms causing anxiety spike

‘Coughs and colds are a predictable a part of life but this year the first signs of a scratchy throat or runny nose are likely to invite some fear and anxiety at this...

Gold Coast Suns deliver meals to those in need

premium_icon Gold Coast Suns deliver meals to those in need

AFL/AFLW players, coaches and Suns staff will drop off free meals to senior and vulnerable members in the coronavirus crisis.

How your kids can survive Year 12 amid virus chaos

premium_icon How your kids can survive Year 12 amid virus chaos

Year 12 is one of the most stressful years for school students – but there are ways to survive for under pressure teens, even during the coronavirus crisis.

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