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Queensland And New South Wales Just Copped An Earthquake

Earthquakes aren’t really a thing in Australia. If they ever happen, they’re usually tiny. One shook residents on the border of Queensland and New South Wales this morning, however, with reports of a 5.2 magnitude quake measured off the coast. More »      

National rules needed for Uber: Qld govt

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says ride-sharing app has created an uneven playing field.

Queensland Plans Solar Fast-Charging Stations For Electric Vehicle ‘Super Highway’

Originally published on RenewEconomy by Sophie Vorrath Queensland’s state government has called for expressions of interest to build what is being billed as Australia’s first electric vehicle service station, as the first installment of a potential 1,600km network of solar powered EV fast-charging stations dotted along the Bruce Highway. Show More Summary

Hiding in plain sight: New insect species discovered in South East Queensland, Australia

A previously unknown species of insect living has been discovered living within reach of Australian suburbia. A researcher investigated the insect responsible for bush coconuts in South East Queensland, stating that until recently there were only two known species of the insect Cystococcus that lived inside these galls.

Beetroot Burgers: According To McDonald's Data, It's All Queensland's Fault

McDonald’s recently embarked on a nationwide roll out of its “Create Your Taste” menu system; a touch screen kiosk that lets you build bespoke burgers from a range of premium ingredients. Since it launched late last year, close to 800,000 burger combinations have been made by peckish customers. Show More Summary

Podcast: Democracy – is Queensland different? (A night in the JOL)

The quest for good governance and the preservation of hard won democratic principles have been preoccupations for much of Queensland’s political history. But is our experience of democracy in some way different from that of other states? At SLQ’s most recent Night in the JOL Ian Townsend put the question to political journalist, turned academic... Read more

Seat of the week: Rankin

One of Labor's few consistently reliable seats in Queensland was bequeathed by Craig Emerson to its present incumbent, Jim Chalmers, at the 2013 election.

Suzuki Australia recalls Jimny over braking issue

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Suzuki Australia, along with the independent Queensland distributor Suzuki Auto Co, have recalled a number of Jimny models this week over concerns with the compact 4X4’s braking system. Suzuki says that, due to an error during manufacturing, resin fragments could build up inside the Jimny‘s brake hydraulic control unit. The company reports that those fragments could […]

Sunshine coast of Australia gets hit with heavy snowfall

A mass of Antarctic air has turned the usually mild Australian winter into a snowy winter wonderland. Regions known for their sunny weather, like Queensland, experienced an uncomfortable snow fall last week, paired with record low temperatures for the F

Queensland police deny quota claims on new electronic ticketing trial

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Reports that Queensland Police officers have been commanded to issue at least 10 traffic fines per shift have been rejected by one of the state’s top cops this week. The reports come as the force prepares to trial a new electronic ticketing system intended to replace conventional hand-written on-the-spot fines. Responding to a claim that […]

The Book Of Kevin: He's From Queensland And He's Still Here To Help

A new Sydney play from the makers of 'The Year of Abbott' zeroes in on the launch of Kevin Rudd's auto-biography.

New jellyfish named after curious Australian schoolboy

last weekArts : Artdaily

An Australian schoolboy who discovered a new species of jellyfish in a Queensland canal has had the tentacled creature named in his honour, scientists said. Saxon Thomas was nine when he spotted a small, box-like jellyfish while fishing with a friend in 2013. Show More Summary

Melbourne vs. Manchester City: Score and Reaction from 2015 Pre-Season Friendly

Manchester City triumphed over Melbourne City on Saturday, claiming a slim 1-0 win to continue their unbeaten start in pre-season following a fairly dull encounter in Queensland. New £49 million signing Raheem Sterling was a spectator...Show More Summary

'Multicultural Boob Revolution' Necklaces Celebrate Body Positivity, Diversity And Breastfeeding

 A pair of best friends from Queensland, Australia are working to promote body positivity, foster diversity and normalize breastfeeding through a craft business they call the "Multicultural Boob Revolution." "Multicultural Boob Revolution...Show More Summary

'Multicultural Boob Revolution' Necklaces Celebrate Body Positivity, Diversity And Breastfeeding

 A pair of best friends from Queensland, Australia are working to promote body positivity, foster diversity and normalize breastfeeding through a craft business they call the "Multicultural Boob Revolution." "Multicultural Boob Revolution...Show More Summary

'Multicultural Boob Revolution' Necklaces Celebrate Body Positivity, Diversity And Breastfeeding

A pair of best friends from Queensland, Australia are working to promote body positivity, foster diversity and normalize breastfeeding through a craft business they call the "Multicultural Boob Revolution." "Multicultural Boob Revolution...Show More Summary

'Multicultural Boob Revolution' Necklaces Celebrate Body Positivity, Diversity And Breastfeeding

A pair of best friends from Queensland, Australia are working to promote body positivity, foster diversity and normalize breastfeeding through a craft business they call the "Multicultural Boob Revolution." "Multicultural Boob Revolution...Show More Summary

Oily water found near report Qld spill

Queensland Emergency Management report oil spill south of Townsville.

Mother Tragically Dies When Trying To Break Up A Fight Between Her Son And Husband

Ann Hay, 55, couldn’t have predicted the tragic outcome of her attempt to break up a fight between her husband and son outside the Aramac Hotel on Gordon Street, in Aramac in outback Queensland. In a freak accident, she hit her head and, apparently believing that she was unharmed, went home. Show More Summary

It's snowing in Queensland, Australia — and no one can understand why

Help! It's snowing in Australia The country has woken up to a confusing sight, with snowflakes falling and cloud-covered lawns. This isn't winter — this is the apocalypse See also: Google Street View takes a hike through Australia'sShow More Summary

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