Woman allegedly stabs man in public

IT IS alleged a man has stab wounds and cuts to his face after being assaulted by a woman in Caboolture Park yesterday.

Bribie Island burn offs

Fireland Consultancy will undertake bush fire hazard reduction burn offs on Bribie Island.

Bribie Island burn offs

40 years of caring, now this Ambo needs your help

Peter Fiechtner is searching for the woman who he helped bring into the world on his first job as a full-time paramedic in 1974.

Paramedic Peter Fiechtner is on a treasure hunt.

John Farnham sells out Bribie Island show

13/05/03 119275 John Farnham at his Last Time concert in Kawana. Photo : Chris McCormack.

But don't fret, Bribarians - you can still snag tickets.

Daryl Braithwaite performing free concert

HOWZAT: Daryl Braithwaite is performing a free show at Caboolture Sports Club on Friday, September 30.

The Sherbert star will play Caboolture Sports Club on September 30.

Disability support workers head to Woodford

SUNNY DRIVE: Disability support worker Emily Newton with   colleague Erin Grace in Woodford.

Disability support workers from Petrie took a drive to Woodford.

Landline troubles for seniors changing to NBN

Sandstone Point resident Jean Walton was frustrated after having no landline for three weeks while changing to the NBN.

Many Bribie residents have had issues while changing to the NBN.

Australian critically injured in horrific Spain bus crash

Michelle Jenner with mum Julie Ann Fiegert. Mrs Fiegert was critically injured in a bus crash in Spain three days ago.

Fundraiser started for Spain bus crash victim

Plaque honours courage during battle

Veterans of Delta Company Warren Dowell and Jeff Hannah lay a wreath beside the new plaque to commemorate the Battle of Nui Le at Bribie Island's Vietnam Veterans Park.

A plaque was unveiled for the Battle of Nui Le on Bribie Island.

Championship title on the line for Woodford teen

Troy Guenther will wrap up 2016 with his race in Winton from September 30 to October 2 in the Australian Superbike Championship in the Supersport class. Photo Automotive & Motorsport Photgraphy

Troy Guenther is eight points behind the current Championship leader

How lab-grown meat is already here

Ngai Tahu Farming CEO Andrew Priest has tasted the future

Six tips to get your finances back on track

ON TRACK: Keep your bills where you can see them, and put the one due first at the front.

Facing financial woes? Here's how to fic them.

Samsung Family Hub: The end of fridge notes?

Nutritionist Jacqueline Alwill, of Brown Paper Bag fame, talks about some of her favourite features of the Samsung Family Hub smart fridge.

Samsung's latest fridge comes with a $7499 price tag

Survey links financial pressure and turning to substances

One in five (20 per cent) have turned to drugs and illicit substances

Financial pressures are pushing people to substance abuse

MPs say meatworks bosses should take pay cut

JBS Meatworks and abattoir at Dinmore. Beef cattle processing and kill floor.

Workers are taking a 25% pay cut each time shift is cut at the plant

Bid to lure world garden expo: 2000 jobs, $1.2 billion

There is an opportunity for Toowoomba to host the event

Car stolen and crashed during break and enter

Police generic

A 69-year-old man woke to find himself the victim of a robbery

Teens charged over late-night ride in stolen car

Police generic.  Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily

Police helicopter called in to track vehicle

Employee injured after attempted robbery at bowling centre

Attempted armed robbery in Kirwan last night

Mandela Foundation slams anti marriage equality flyers

Nelson Mandela in 2008

Foundation slams use of Mandela image in anti-SSM flyers

Horse shot and left for dead in creek takes two days to die

CALLOUS ACT: Rod Watters' grey horse Kakadu, and his paddock mate, were inseparable until the family horse was shot on their Baryulgil property.

Family devastated as 27-year-old horse left to die

Boy accused of raping girl allowed a holiday

Boy accused of rape will be allowed a family holiday

ABS blames IBM for botched census in Senate submission

The Supermum familiy was one of many with Census night woes. Photo Contributed

IBM may take the blame for this year's botched census

The healing power of community gardens

RAY OF SUNSHINE: Working at the permaculture garden at Yandina has helped Michelle Parry to reconnect with the community.

How a grieving mother-to-be found healing in the garden

Census data likely to be useless claim Labor


Turnbull continues to come under attack for Census fail

Muslim immigration ban: Australian leaders reject poll

Christopher Pyne and Richard Marles.

The poll has failed to influence Australian leaders

Veterans to get simpler appeals

Armed forces are seen during the Anzac Day march on the commemoration of the centenary of Anzac on Anzac Day in Perth Western Australia, Saturday, April 25, 2015.(AAP Image/Rebecca Le May) NO ARCHIVING

The simpler process will maintain access to legal assistance

Cyndi Palmer's tribute to murdered daughter

Cyndi Palmer addresses the media.

Mum of murdered schoolgirl calls for public not to speculate on case

Harambe is not a patronus, sadly

Harambe is not a Patronus, JK Rowling has been forced to clarify

Footage of moment Keith Scott was killed by police

Widow of murdered man has video footage of fatal moment

Disney pulls costume for cultural appropriation

Disney has taken a costume off shelves out of respect for Islanders

Next High-density installment of Bribie Lakes causes concern

BRIBIE LAKES: Resident Annette Hansen is worried what another 424 dwellings will mean for her neighbourhood. Photo Rachel Lang / Caboolture News

The next stages of the Bribie Lakes estate has one resident worried.

Canalside beauty pairs family living with lifestyle

VOYAGERS: The house has a metres upon metres of canal frontage.

Set on an 802sqm block, this home boasts 20 metres of canal front.

Australia's Chief Scientist launches STEM program on Bribie

BI-CARB SCIENCE: Banksia Beach student Ruby Alsop goes over her bi-carb balloon experiment with Australia's Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel and Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy. Photo Rachel Lang / Caboolture News

BANKSIA Beach State School played host to two of the biggest names in science and...

Australia's Chief Scientist launches STEM program on Bribie

BI-CARB SCIENCE: Banksia Beach student Ruby Alsop goes over her bi-carb balloon experiment with Australia's Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel and Minister for Innovation Wyatt Roy. Photo Rachel Lang / Caboolture News

BANKSIA played host to two of the biggest names in science.

Twins take on Melanoma

MELANOMA MARCH: Melinda Paton and husband George are coming to Bribie to march with Melinda’s twin Megan.

Twins Melinda and Megan to march on Melanoma

Baby born on the side of road en route to hospital

Emergency Services, Ambulance, QAS,  Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

A CQ newborn couldn't wait for mum to arrive at hospital

Dutch tourist advertising for Aussie man to marry

LOVE WANTED: Dutch traveller Kate, who lives at Woolgoolga, is looking for the man of her dreams.

Attention all single men 20 to 27

Hilarious obituary marks man leaving "rickety old body"

Wayne and his "favourite son Buddy".

This obituary will make you cry - tears of laughter.

Couple build their own 'tiny house' for $45k

Holly Bowen and Oli Bucher built their "tiny house" themselves, only hiring a plumber and an electrician. Photo/supplied

The house, which is built on a trailer and can be towed.

Dinosaur abandoned on mountain in police custody

The trio took the dino to the Coolum Police Station.

Coolum Police Station housing dinosaur as it waits for owner

VIDEO: Driver leaves wipers on, avoids parking ticket

Clarence Valley Council is about to start cracking down on illegal parking.

Driver in the UK may have found best way to avoid parking tickets.

Deftones return to Australia with string of dates

Deftones are back in town. Photo Contributed

World renowned nu-metal pioneers return

How the Gruen guy's t-shirts took on a life of their own

Documentary filmmaker and Gruen panellist Todd Sampson.

What started out as simple workwear has become a trademark

Kim Kardashian West 'never talked bad' about Taylor Swift

Business mogul and reality television star Kim Kardashian West

Kim Kardashian opened up about the public spat with Taylor Swift

Levine and Prinsloo name daughter Dusty Rose

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have named their daughter Dusty Rose

Brad Pitt wanted divorce delay

Brad Pitt reportedly wanted Angelina Jolie to slow their divorce

Chris Brown banned from Japan

Chris Brown

Chris Brown has been denied entry to Japan.