Greyhound trainer brought possums to use as live bait

A FORMER leading greyhound trainer has escaped serving actual time behind bars for his role in sickening live baiting practices.

BREAKING: Police say man not armed, still on the run

MAN HUNT: Police are patrolling the West Ipswich area looking for an armed man.

Police said the search began with a stolen car being found.

How to be a farmer when you're allergic to your crop

Rob Hutchings from Freshwater Crayfish Traders at Tarome.

VIDEO: Crayfish invasion hits the Scenic Rim.

UPDTATE: Mum hopes $1000 is enough for Down syndrome boy

Peak Crossing State School will apply for funding to keep Nixon in Prep.

VIDEO: Department of Education offer additional funding to Nixon

Elderly man beaten with baseball bat

Police generic, crime scene.  Photo Tessa Mapstone / South Burnett Times

Police reveal victim in hospital after altercation with robber

“My dog ate my false teeth!”

DR TOOTHLESS: Goodna greyhound trainer Kerion Butler had his false teeth eaten by his prize dog Eleazar, so he’s superglued some old army-issue dentures together (inset) until he can afford some new ones.

“So that is how I lost my teeth"

Bizarre court saga: "Do you think I am a monkey in a zoo?"

ON TRIAL: Luke James Horton

CAT man tell attempts to put victim on trial.

Drug user comes clean to police, lands himself in court

TRAFFIC stop leads to drug discovery.

Accused of stabbing his partner to death, case hits courts

MAN accused of Rosewood murder fronts court.

Disgraced greyhound trainer Tom Noble to face court

Queensland greyhound trainer Tom Noble has pleaded guilty to live-baiting at his Churchable property. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times

Thomas Adrian Noble will face trial.

UPDATE: Police furious at suspected bomb hoax

Staff have been evacuated.

VIDEOS: Suspect device found in middle of city suspected to be fake

Queensland’s top man relaxed on home turf

SECOND TEST: Queensland coach Kevin Walters is still smiling despite the heavy burden of taking over one of rugby league’s hardest jobs from Mal Meninga this year.

Former Ipswich Jets coach determined to clinch State of Origin serie

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'Cynical, deceitful' hospital chief jailed for fraud

Veronica Chung is led away by police following her sentencing.

Woman trembled as she was sent to jail for fraud

Major mental health program to end within days

The former Barrett Adolescent Centre was also closed down.

Vital mental health program not renewed for funding

BIG FREEZE: Frosty weekend ahead for Darling Downs

Get ready to rug up this weekend

Gina Rinehart’s soon-to-be husband from Nambour

Australia’s richest woman, Gina Rinehart

REVEALED: Gina Rinehart's future son-in-law is a Nambour boy.

Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson

Pauline Hansen in Gladstone June 24, 2016. Pauline and Fraser Anning.Photo Mike Richards / The Observer

FLYNN voter visits his favourite pollie.

Rio Games drug lab suspended after testing errors discovered

International Olympic Committee, IOC, President Thomas Bach, from Germany, speaks during a press conference after the Olympic Summit IOC in Lausanne, Switzerland, Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Olympic leaders met to consider further measures to crack down on doping ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in the wake of the ban on Russian track and field athletes.

Rio's doping lab has lost accreditation

Juno just days away from insertion in Jupiter

Why do we know so much more about Saturn than Jupiter?

CQ man still missing in Nigeria after kidnapping

NIGERIA: Three Australian men are missing after a kidnapping in Nigeria on Wednesday, which is believed to have to involved this car.

Fate of three Australian men still unknown

Man hired PI to stalk ex-lover

Convicted stalker John Howard Amundsen has been sentenced to jail

ANALYSIS: Why we have no long-term federal policies

Australia now wastes billions on formulating policies only to discard them almost immediately.

Australian politics: Why we've become a nation of nitpickers

This could be the key to saving the Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef and Bushy Atoll.

Corals could be saved by good bacteria

More research needed to prevent childhood cancer deaths

Improvements needed to rid world of childhood cancer

UK voters crash parliament site in hope of second referendum

Protestors gather outside N10 Downing Street on the day British Prime Minister David Cameron announcing his resignation after losing the vote in the EU Referendum outside N10 Downing Street in London, Britain, 24 June 2016. Approximately 52 percent voted for Leave in the so-called Brexit referendum.

Voters are scrambling for a second shot at the vote

BREXIT: How old people screwed over young people

Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party speaks to the media on College Green in London, Friday, June 24, 2016. Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, according to tallies of official results Friday.

How old people have screwed over the younger generation

Hunt for survivors continues after Chinese disaster

food and water safety standards.

“Reducing air pollution is about people’s welfare and the country’s economic future,” the State Council said in a statement.

At least 98 have been confirmed dead alongside hundreds of injured.

Footballer given brown...I mean, red card for farting

Swedish soccer player Adam Lindin Ljungkvist was given a red card for breaking wind deliberately

‘What, am I not allowed to break wind a little?’

Teen couple kissing at Woolworths 'disgusting'

'I reported the matter to Policelink'

TOO FAR? Blues jersey cost this fan his train ride

Chris Chambers didn't let the incident dampen his love of the Blues on Origin night.

Blues aren't loved in these parts, but do they deserve this?

Who are the most reliable airlines in Australia?

Aeroplanes on the runway at Sunshine Coast Airport, Virgin Australia plane.
Photo: Iain Curry / Sunshine Coast Daily

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Who would top up with $2 worth of fuel and drive off?

Police look at CCTV footage after a service station drive-off

John Safran tracks rise of minor parties in new doco

John Safran stars in the TV special The Goddam Election! With John Safran.

THE filmmaker puts book on hold to cover strange trends in election.

EXCLUSIVE: Find out what really makes Heston tick

Heston Blumenthal is a judge on the MasterChef panel this week.

Heston on cooking and questioning everything

Heston feels “part of the furniture” on MasterChef

Heston Blumenthal returns to MasterChef tonight for Heston Week.

Heston's returns to MasterChef this week.

PREVIEW: Game of Thrones S6E10 Winds of Winter

Jonathan Pryce in a scene from season six episode 10 of Game of Thrones. Supplied by Foxtel.

A look ahead to Game of Thrones S6E10: Winds of Winter.

Book review: The vibrancy of vegies

This book is for anyone who loves cooking with vegetables.

Don't know how to make the most of your vegies? Here's the solution.

Police on lookout for Sinead O'Connor amid wellbeing fears

Police are on the lookout for Sinead O'Connor

‘Destroy my Jeep’ guy finds tank to crush family’s Dodge

Joe and Kate Masters plan to crush their Dodge Journey with a tank.

Coast man organises tank to crush family's Dodge van

Sony releases 23MP super fast X series phones

Sony's Xperia X camera features a hybrid focus system designed to predict the action to capture the moment.

Australian details revealed for new Xperia X Series

Half of small businesses work weekends and evenings

Corporate Rodeo

Paperwork obligations on small business owners are becoming harsher

Would you work at Coles? 100 jobs when new store opens

Divison 6 councillor Christian Dickson was given a tour of the new Coles being built at Sippy Downs on Thursday.

A new Coles looks to be on track to open early next year

BREXIT: Why decision to leave could trigger another GFC

Rupert Murdoch's The Sun pushed for Britain to leave the EU.

Price of gold soars as Britain votes to exit EU

Markets and betting give strong indication of Brexit winner

Ballots from the City of Westminster and City of London are counted at the Lindley Hall, Royal Horticultural Halls, in London, Britain, 23 June 2016. Counting gets underway in the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.

The official Brexit result will be known at 4pm AEST today