Kevin dances to his own tune for 67 years

KEVIN Bennion has been dancing for 67 years and has taught hundreds of north Brisbane residents for 60 of those years.

Boondall swim club prepares for season

Boondall Barracudas Swim Club 2016-17 captains Jasmine Lakey and Jessica Tanzer Fredricks and vice captains Caitlin Bloomfield and Byron Magus (front). Photo: contributed

Boondall Barracudas prepare for swimming season

Multicap holds festival for community

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Multicap has organised a community festival for August 27

Fun day raises funds for little 'heart warrior'

Thankful for support: Rachel and Warwick Grayson and their sons Kohan and Chet have tough times ahead but hope to be home together by Christmas. Photo: contributed

15-month-old Kohan has undergone 539 surgeries, procedures and scans

Arson destroys most of Deagon Wetlands

A large grass fire in the Deagon Wetlands on August 16 caused thick smoke around the Deagon Deviation. The fire is believed to be the result of arson. Photo: contributed

Wetlands closed to the public after fires

Zillmere festival showcases diversity in community

Bohemienne Dreams: taking the stage at Zillmere Festival is Bracken Ridge dancer Tracy Obediente. She is part of the dance troupe from north Brisbane based Soul Dance school of Middle Eastern, Romani Gypsy and Tribal Dance.

Food, music, dancing and craft will feature at the festival

Carseldine residents want damaging trees replaced

Les Rowlands is one of many residents in Carseldine who want the leopard trees lining the streets to be replaced.

Residents complain about damage, debris and tripping hazards

Mark prepares to run for his daughter

Mark Miot will participate in Bridge to Brisbane Day this Sunday to raise money and awareness for Epilepsy Action Australia who have helped his family since his daughter Charlotte was diagnosed with Doose Syndrome. Mr Miot is pictured with his daughters Molly and Charlotte.

Mark Miot runs for children who suffer from epilepsy

Carseldine NHW group celebrates 20 years

Carseldine Station officer in charge Ken Farmer with Carseldine 6 Neighbourhood Watch original members Ron Barff, Peter Shepherd and Ron Porter.

Carseldine 6 Neighbourhood Watch marks 20 years

Geebung students score Ekka win with scarecrows

St Kevin's Primary School Year 3B students Addison Edden, Emily Russell and Amaya Smith and Crusader Leaders Ella Scott and Olivia Cognetta are proud of their first prize win with their frightfully fun scarecrows at the Ekka.

St Kevin's Primary School wins competition

Xbox Onesie: Fashion for lounge lizards unveiled

Would you wear it?

Xbox Australia team launches into fashion field with Xbox Onesie

Farmers in revolt over Inland Rail route

The federal government has awarded the first contracts on the inland rail project as Toowoomba looks to become a logistics hub.  Photo Contributed

Landowners raise concerns about Inland Rail project

LETTER: JBS not telling full story says employee

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

A letter from a JBS employee about conditions faced at the company

Top honours for Mackay and Whitsunday builders

The Kerrisdale Gardens property from Paynter Dixon Queensland which won them Project of the Year.

Mackay and Whitsunday builders awarded top honours last night.

Investors eye Gladstone's $4m island with resort approval

UP FOR SALE: Turtle Island is on the market.

CHINESE and Sydney investors flag interest in Gladstone island.

Samsung KS9500 review: Television is now art

The Series 9 KS9500 Samsung television.

Even with the TV turned off, this is one stylish piece of kit

Marvel-ous: Thor actors visit sick kids at Lady Cilento

Stars of Thor: Ragnarok dropped in on patients at the hospital

LATEST: Police investigate Mundubbera murder

Forensic officers search the scene of the murder.

Police called to house in small Queensland town

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?

Gillett may be open to Warriors move

Matt Gillett in action for the Broncos.

New Zealand outfit emerging as a real threat

DASHCAM: Scooter rider learns painful lesson in wet

'BMW and scooter both made a stupid lane change without warning'

Grisly backyard find led to Riggs murder charge

Patricia Riggs

Former husband charged with murder and misconduct with a corpse

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

Victorians to pay $2 levy on Uber for cabbies

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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

Italy earthquake death toll rises to 37 as rescues underway

The shallow, 6.2-magnitude quake struck 10km southeast of Norcia

UK's massive household debt problem cause for concern

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A new report has highlighted the massive extent of the problem

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

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.

Think you can beat this beef behemoth?

Shanae Ollier (left) and chef Elvie Ollier eye off the monster creation of the Railway Hotel.

The Railway Hotel's Insane burger challenge awaits the brave

MOVIE REVIEW: War Dogs tells a fascinating true story

Miles Teller and Jonah Hill in a scene from the movie War Dogs.

DARKLY funny film examines the business side of the war on terror.

Folk singer looking forward to her Gympie Muster debut

Alternative country folk singer Fanny Lumsden will perform at the Gympie Muster.

FANNY Lumsden to serenade new fans with her country hall-style show.

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.

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