Bribie's Vietnam Veterans Day commemorates Long Tan

Half a century has passed since the Battle of Long Tan. Veterans of the Vietnam War and honoured guests paid their respects to commemorate the occasion.

Two taken to hospital after Bruce Highway crash

Three crashes are causing delays all over the Coast

Big disruptions on Bruce Hwy to come over next two years

Traffic chaos on the Bruce Highway will worsen with major roadworks.

The Bruce Highway will become more congested but it's for our good

Home-schooled students attend Tullawong science day

ON FIRE: Tullawong State High School science teacher Ben Cossalter demonstrates an experiment with STEM academy students Will, Ryley Lampard and Bart Chmielkovski helping out.

Home-schooled kids came to Tullawong High's Science Experience Day.

Caboolture school listed on porn site

NUDES SCANDAL: Underage girls from 70 schools have been targeted by a now-closed online porn ring.

The Office of the Children's eSafety said site had been shut down.

Flood watch issued for Qld, NSW

NSW State Emergency Service warns of heavy rain

Police warn businesses after increase in break-ins

SNEAKY BURGLARS: Police say businesses need to be on the lookout after a sharp increase in thefts.

Police are warning business owners to be vigilant.

Caboolture High student's financial fight to graduation

DYNAMIC DUO: Steph and mum Anne-Marie are doing it tough - but they'll get through it together.

She might not even be able to go to her grade 12 formal.

Zoologist gets her craft on

Chrissy Joester's 'production line' has pumped out almost 500 artificial pouches for rescued joeys.

Zoologist gets her craft on

Phone records lead to drug supply charges

Man pleads guilty to supplying methamphetamine, LSD and marijuana

Collapsed business at centre of $440,000 fraud claim

Toowoomba accountant charged with $fraud as employee.

The Sunshine Coast job paying $870 a day

Sunshine Coast University Public Hospital under construction. Photo: Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily

Wage growth in this industry may ultimately destroy it

South Burnett Mine: What you need to know

Site for the work by Moreton Resources

MORETON Resources has big plans for Kingaroy.

Xbox Onesie: Fashion for lounge lizards unveiled

Would you wear it?

Xbox Australia team launches into fashion field with Xbox Onesie

Noosa woman's invention to rid kids of 'mouth monsters'

LAUNCHED: Noosa's Angela Wright with some of the Mintycoco products she manufactures for kids and grown-ups.

This Noosa business is already selling its goodies in 15 countries

Youi begins construction of $68m global HQ on the Coast

Youi Group CEO Howard Aron and Sunshine Coast mayor Mark Jamieson with the Hutchinsons Builders, Project Urban and KHA Project Management team behind the new Youi headquarters.

The first sod has been turned at Youi's new global HQ

Queensland has one of hottest August nights on record

You probably didn't need any blankets last night.

Minimum temperatures across the state in double digits

Why do more rural areas have cheaper fuel than us?

RACQ says Sunshine Coast motorists are being ripped off at the petrol pump.

Why is the fuel so cheap in some places, but so expensive here?

Driver refuses blood test after Southern Downs crash

Fire crews are rushing to rescue to men trapped in a vehicle.

Driver refuses to give blood sample after late night crash

Grisly backyard find led to Riggs murder charge

Patricia Riggs

Former husband charged with murder and misconduct with a corpse

Dish lickers as 'integral as Beef Week or Londys' to Casino

Greyhound racing has been a large part of Australian culture for many years. This photo essay explores a night at the greyhounds. It tries to capture the sights, sounds and atmosphere of this well known past time. Photo Contributed

"The axe came down and there was no eleventh-hour reprieve"

Kiwis, Muslims tell of discrimination in Australia

Muslims face discrimination in Australia.

Survey finds high level of negativity towards Muslims

Women more likely to have affairs due to "genetics"

"Monogamy does not characterise the mating patterns of humans."

Wallabies' shocking losing streak against the All Blacks

It's been more than a decade since they beat the All Blacks at home

Daughter finds her dad after 25 years

FAMILY UNITED: Jason Heilbronn holds a paternity test that has proven he is the father of Jess Hahn, who he did not know existed for 25 years.

Dad and daughter find each other on Facebook

VIDEO: Toddler attacked by kangaroo

KANGAROO ATTACK: A little girl from Point Vernon was taken to hospital after a roo scratched her face and chest in the property next to her home.

A neighbour stepped in and fought off the roo.

Victorians to pay $2 levy on Uber for cabbies

A taxi waits at a rank a

Every taxi or Uber ride will now cost $2 extra

Bogan is now officially a word in the dictionary

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You won't believe some of the phrases and words that have made it in

ALEPPO: Doctor pleads for west to stop bombing innocents

STOP THE BOMBING: An Injured woman is helped after warplanes attacked a street in Aleppo, Syria. One of the last doctors in the city says the bombing has destroyed medical services, putting thousands of lives at risk.

He's one of the last doctors left in the ruined city

Jewish women 'banned' from University

An Ultra orthodox man on the eve of elections has resulted in religious leaders openly describing a Supreme Court judge as a sexual deviant. (AP Photo/Eyal Warshavsky)

Ultra-orthodox Jewish rabbis have banned women from attending uni

No means No, but no to what?

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German model fined for making false rape claims against two men

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

RSPCA takes down Julia Gillard dog chew toy

The Julia Gillard dog chew toy.

Women's lobby blasts RSPCA over sale of dog toy

Could this be KFC's secret herbs and spices recipe?

NEWLY RENOVATED: KFC on the Dawson highway has undergone major redevelopments and is one day away from opening. Photo Paul Braven / The Observer

Is this the long sought after secret spice recipe?

Go home trolley, you're drunk (and not under arrest)

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Wayward shopping trolley finishes up in unlikeliest of places

Are these the 10 most haunted places in Bundy?

Memorial Hall at Apple Tree Creek. Photo: Jodie Dixon / Isis Town & Country

Eerie tales of our everyday places

Why there's Rainbow Beach sand sitting on the moon

FILE - In this July 20, 1969 file photo provided by NASA shows astronaut Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. posing for a photograph beside the U.S. flag deployed on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission.  Aldrin and fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong were the first men to walk on the lunar surface. The trio was launched to the moon by a Saturn V launch vehicle at 9:32 a.m. EDT, July 16, 1969. They departed the moon July 21, 1969. (AP Photo/NASA, Neil Armstrong, File)

Our cosmic link to historic event.

Tonight's full moon marks changes to come

Full moon as seen from Miriam Vale at Christmas in 2015,

"Out with the old, in with the new" energy from full moon tonight

Patti Smith confirmed for Bluesfest 2017

CONFIRMED: US singer Patti Smith performing in Switzerland last year.

Find out who else in the first line up announcement

Angie and Yvie ready to toast The Bachelor on Gogglebox

Angie and Yvie in a scene from the TV series Gogglebox.

ALL the regulars return in TV show about people watching TV.

Five new things to see and do at this year's Muster

There's already plenty of fun to be had at the XXXX bar.

Here are five new things to see and do at this year's Gympie Muster

You are going to Falls for this music line-up

CONFIRMED: Local artist Bernard Fanning is part of the line up for Falls Festival Byron Bay.

The line-up and ticket purchase details have been announced.

Rio 2016: So how many watched, tweeted it?

Jessica Fox in action during the Rio Games.

Tweets about #Rio2016 were viewed a staggering number of times

Thorsome: Anthony Hopkins in Brisbane

Sir Anthony Hopkins talks with Tom Hiddleston on the set of Thor: Raganok. Photo:  Jess Moller-Nielsen

Premier calls for extra tax relief for big movie makers in Qld