Lucy Stone | Canberra Times
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Lucy is a reporter for Brisbane Times with a special interest in health, science and research.

Truck stuck at Brisbane CBD rail bridge during peak hour

Truck stuck at Brisbane CBD rail bridge during peak hour

An oversize truck has become stuck at the rail bridge at the intersection of Countess Street and Roma Street.

  • by Lucy Stone

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Woman punched while out walking in nature reserve

Woman punched while out walking in nature reserve

The woman was assaulted after a man grabbed her from behind as she walked in the Sunshine Coast nature reserve.

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Man hit by car in Annerley suffers life-threatening injuries

Man hit by car in Annerley suffers life-threatening injuries

The 52-year-old man is in hospital with serious injuries.

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'Very small' Queensland uni at top of the class for student experience

'Very small' Queensland uni at top of the class for student experience

Queensland universities have proved their mettle against the nation’s best in the latest Good University Guide.

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RSL Queensland's youngest ever president has a repair job on his hands

RSL Queensland's youngest ever president has a repair job on his hands

After the charities regulator found 'serious governance failures' and threatened possible consequences, the RSL is on a mission to fix itself.

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New Zealand supermarket withdraws Australian strawberry brand over needles

New Zealand supermarket withdraws Australian strawberry brand over needles

The needles were discovered in a punnet of Australian strawberries in New Zealand.

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Appeal for help after woman found bashed in Ipswich bushland

Appeal for help after woman found bashed in Ipswich bushland

Police are appealing for help identifying a man they wish to speak to over the assault of a woman in Ipswich.

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Eight years, a broken hip and rare research on bridges

Eight years, a broken hip and rare research on bridges

In July Craig Cowled became the fifth Indigenous man to gain a PhD in structural engineering, completing his studies at the Queensland University of Technology.

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Christmas shopping not a 'cultural event', industrial commission rules

Christmas shopping not a 'cultural event', industrial commission rules

An application by two major Brisbane shopping centres to temporarily change their Christmas trading hours has been dismissed.

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Queensland the most popular state for Australians seeking a change

Queensland the most popular state for Australians seeking a change

It's the first time in four years that the Sunshine State has gained the most internal migrants.

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'Act of treachery': NSW Police warning to fruit contaminators, copycats

'Act of treachery': NSW Police warning to fruit contaminators, copycats

The crime of fruit contamination carries 10 years jail, and all cases will be treated as genuine, police warn.

  • by Jenny Noyes & Lucy Stone