Caloundra

Woman, 35, charged with killing elderly man

A Caloundra woman has been charged over the death of a 73-year-old man at Caloundra.

Five people killed in light plane crash in Queensland

Plane crash in Caboolture.

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

Man charged with Sunshine Coast murder of Bruce Steensen

Bruce 'Wolf' Steensen in happier days aboard his boat.

Kristian Silva A 21-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a Brisbane man, who died in the early hours of Saturday on the Sunshine Coast.

Daniel Morcombe murder trial: Glass, footprints, tyre marks found

Brett Peter Cowan listens to evidence in Brisbane's Supreme Court.

Marissa Calligeros Police found broken glass, footprints and tyre marks at the bus stop where Daniel Morcombe disappeared, a court has heard.

Raids net huge cash, heroin haul

Queensland police seize almost half a million dollars cash and heroin worth $1.4m, as well as vehicles in raids in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

Police have seized almost half a million dollars in cash and heroin worth $1.4 million in a series of raids in Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

Bischoffs farewelled with glowing tales at Gatton funeral

GATTON, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 20: Flowers cover the coffins at the funeral of Noelene and Yvana Bischoff at the Gatton Baptist church.

Amy Remeikis Just as they did everything else, Noelene Bischoff and her daughter Yvana, known simply as "the girls", left on their final journey together.

Jockey Desiree Gill dies after Sunshine Coast race fall

Desiree Gill

Kristian Silva A premiership-winning female jockey has died following a race fall at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club on Saturday night.

Fearless or foolhardy? A Queenslander's journey to Fukushima

Inside Fukushima's nuclear exclusion zone.

Tony Moore It is the extreme quiet inside the 30-kilometre exclusion zone around the world's second-worst nuclear disaster that is the most worrying.

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Aussie Rules coach bashed to death

wayne dover

Marissa Calligeros An Aussie Rules coach bashed to death outside a Queensland nightclub has been remembered as a "lovable, big-hearted fella" who mentored his under-18s team to a state title.

Bali deaths: Memorial service for mum and daughter

Noelene Bischoff, 54, and her daughter, Yvan Jeana Yuri Bischoff pic supplied

A memorial service for a Queensland mum and her teenage daughter who died under mysterious circumstances while holidaying in Bali will be held on the Sunshine Coast.

Norovirus outbreak spreads

An outbreak of highly contagious norovirus gastroenteritis in southeast Queensland has spread west to Ipswich to infect more than 50 nursing home patients.

New legislation to make life hell for bikies

Campbell Newman

Amy Remeikis They are the 1 per cent which have dominated almost 100 per cent of the government's time for the past two weeks.

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Brisbane Live At Work: Tuesday, January 15, 2013

brisbane live at work

Brisbane Live At Work: Monday, January 15, 2013

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Brisbane Live at Work: Tuesday, January 29

Billys

As flood waters swell throughout Brisbane, the city relives the horrors of 2011.

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Hungry sharks move in after floods

Shark near people due to flood

Marissa Calligeros Bull sharks hunting a fresh feed in the wake of ex-tropical cyclone Oswald are moving in on popular swimming spots along the Queensland and northern New South Wales coasts.

Dangerous weather extends into second day

umbrella rain

brisbanetimes.com.au's live rolling coverage of Wednesday's weather and related problems has now ended.

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Heavy rain pummels southeast Queensland

Flooded car

Staff reporters brisbanetimes.com.au's live rolling coverage of today's weather and related problems has now ended. Earlier reports below.

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There's gold in that thar dump

Gold

Bridie Jabour A man who accidentally threw $50,000 worth of gold in the bin would have a better chance of finding a wedding ring at the beach a week after losing it than recovering his bounty from the local tip.

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Dumping rain wreaks havoc on Sunshine Coast

Flooding on Sunshine Coast

Amy Remeikis About 200 homes in the Mooloolaba area were inundated with floodwaters last night as more than 300mm of rain fell on the Sunshine Coast in three hours.

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Policy Brief: Public transport

policy brief transport

Public transport fares has been the focal point of a bidding war during the state election campaign and has proved an increasingly important issue for voters.