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Chloe Campbell case: Police take DNA samples from more than 20 people

Marissa Calligeros Police have taken DNA samples from more than 20 people as they investigate the unusual kidnapping of Queensland toddler Chloe Campbell.

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Royal tour 2014: Prince William and Kate visit Brisbane and RAAF Base in Amberley

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Prince William, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George arrive in Brisbane on their first official tour of Australia.

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French student's murder: police spend night interviewing people near crime scene

CCTV footage of Sophie Collombet before her death.

Kristian Silva Murdered French student Sophie Collombet turned down the offer of a lift home on the night she was killed in a South Brisbane park.

Queensland weather: People, dogs plucked from water

A man was rescued from this car in Gympie.

Kristian Silva Five people and two dogs rescued as Gold Coast receiving more than 300mm of rain.

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Five people killed in light plane crash in Queensland

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Eamonn Duff, Anne Tarasov, Rory Callinan Four men and a woman were killed on Saturday in a fiery plane crash at a Queensland airfield.

Australians back immigration but not boat people: Scanlon-Monash Mapping Social Cohesion report

Natalie Bochenski One in five Australians has experienced discrimination over the past year, with that number jumping to more than one in three for recent immigrants.

Detectives interview three people after body found in shallow grave

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Staff reporters A body has been recovered from a shallow grave at Algester.

Powerhouse forum brings politics to the people

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Tony Moore House of Power forum tackles everything from nuclear energy to airport noise.

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Peter Dowling's mistress 'enjoyed the people's money'

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The mistress of a Queensland MP who photographed his penis in a glass of red wine says she "enjoyed the people's money" when the pair went on official trips together.

High Court backs alcohol ban targeting indigenous people

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Dan Harrison The High Court has accepted an indigenous woman's argument that alcohol restrictions on a Queensland island targeted indigenous people, but has rejected her bid to have the restrictions removed.

Year of the Snake people

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Natalie Bochenski Sunday February 10 marks the start of the Chinese New Year, with 2013 being the Year of the Snake.

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Three people charged over police brawl

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Bridie Jabour Three people, the youngest just 14 years old, have been charged over a brawl which saw two police officers hospitalised after allegedly being pelted with bottles and bricks.

Two people dead in plane crash

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Bridie Jabour Two people have died in a light plane crash west of Bundaberg, according to police.

People smugglers jailed in Brisbane

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Amelia Bentley Four men have been jailed for bringing dozens of people on two boats bound for Australia from Indonesia last year.

Queensland's missing 417,000 people

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Tony Moore More than one in 10 adult Queenslanders are not on the electoral roll to vote in tomorrow's state election.

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Royal visit comes to Brisbane

William and Kate visit Manly Beach on Friday to view a surf life saving display.

Marissa Calligeros Prince William and his wife Kate are due to greet crowds in Brisbane on the fourth day of their 10-day Australian tour on Saturday.

Man surrenders after 12-hour Sunshine Coast siege

A man has surrendered to police after a 12-hour siege at a Sunshine Coast resort.

Easter crackdown off to busy start

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Cameron Atfield The annual Easter police road safety campaign and crackdown on drunken behaviour has begun in earnest, with more than 70 revellers arrested and 50 drink-drivers charged across Queensland.

Royals to visit Amberley RAAF base

The last time Prince William visited Queensland, he was consoling people left devastated by the worst floods in 40 years.

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Where to see Prince William and Kate in Brisbane

Britain's Prince William (R), his wife Catherine (L), the Duchess of Cambridge, and their son Prince George depart from the international airport in Wellington on their way to Australia on April 16, 2014.  William, Kate and their son Prince George are on a three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia.    AFP PHOTO / MARK TANTRUM / POOL

Marissa Calligeros The best spot for royal watchers in Brisbane on Saturday will be at South Bank.