New committee aims to keep Sandgate beautiful

Keep Sandgate Beautiful Association's new committee plans to engage with, encourage and empower groups and individuals to champion local environmental projects.

Singing, dancing and comedy in junior production

Singin' in the Rain Junior will be performed this weekend by Brisbane Junior Theatre. Pictured are actors Micheal Hornery and Emma Venzke.

Junior production of Singin' in the Rain will entertain over holiday

Grandmothers share wisdom in Sandgate

The Counsel of Thirteen Grandmothers is gathering in Sandgate for the first time - Kim Koroheke is supporting counsel members Rayleen Burns and Wendy Williamson with Suzy Taylor.

A Counsel of Thirteen Grandmothers gather in Sandgate for first time

Netball cup breaks records

Attending the PCYC Community Cup netball series are Haraliza Ilau (Boondall State School), Daisy Clapp, Cheryl Radnedge and is Keeana Henare (Aspley East State School).

A record number of students participated in the PCYC Community Cup

Friends take a long walk for those who can't

Alison Wanneck, Francesca Jacovelli and Liz Davis will take the Bloody Long Walk to raise money and awareness for mitochondrial disease, walking 46,200 steps this Sunday.

Sangate friends take Bloody Long Walk for mitochondrial disease

Fashion and tea are partners in Crime Stoppers

Leanne Eggins, Crystal Hart and Mirandah Escott-Burton are joining together for a fancy high tea and fashion parade to raise money for Crime Stoppers.

A High Tea and Fashion Parade will raise money for Crime Stoppers

Senior couple seek home to retire

Senior couple Tazzie and Snow are still in good health, enjoy a daily walk and love spending the day in the garden.

Old dogs seek new home

Experience virtuosos at Music by the Sea

Ian Cooper is performing for Music by the Sea at Sandgate Town Hall.

Enthusiasm and fusion for music lovers at Music by the Sea

Carols set to stay by the bay

Wayne Swan, Stirling Hinchliffe and Jared Cassidy discuss Christmas carols with (front) Mia, Lewis, Jed and Hope well ahead of the annual Carols By The Bay. Photo: contributed

Planning underway for annual Carols By The Bay

Orchestra performs favourites at Sandgate Town Hall

South East Queensland Symphonic Winds are performing for the first time at Sandgate Town Hall.

Performances from Phantom of the Opera to the best of James Bond

Workplace horror: Doctors use toe to replace crushed thumb

Dean Reid lost his ring fingers on both hands and his right thumb when industrial rollers he was working with closed on him in May last year.

Why National Safe Work Month is so important

2017 Kia Rio specifications and features

The 2017 Kia Rio goes on show at the Paris Motor Show.

The 2017 Kio Rio will be upgraded soon after launch.

New Rio poised to clinch Kia top 10 position

The 2017 Kia Rio goes on show at the Paris Motor Show.

The 2017 Kia Rio has the potential to entrench Kia as a top 10 brand

UPDATE: Asbestos causes havoc for Coast business owners

CLOSED: Pleading for some empathy from the Fraser Coast Council, Raylene and Mick Draper from Coffie Fixx in Adelaide Street, Maryborough, wait for answers on the discovery of asbestos outside their shop.

The business was closed due to asbestos

EXCLUSIVE: 90 jobs forced out at Bowen Basin coal mine

German Creek miners at the picket line at Camm Park in Middlemount.

Miner claims proposed forced redundancies not related to strike

Filthy faeces prank lands boy in court

Rockhampton Courthouse

A boy used front steps as a toilet then threatened a neighbour.

Teacher sent naked pics to student, flirted on Grindr

Relationship exposed when teacher went to school's pastor

Wyatt Roy "irresponsible" for travel to IS danger zone

Foreign Minister criticises Wyatt Roy's travel to danger zone

Historic scene at MCG as Bulldogs win AFL premiership

Bulldogs players reacts after winning the AFL Grand Final between the Sydney Swans and the Western Bulldogs at the MCG in Melbourne, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. (AAP Image/Julian Smith)

Tears and jubilation for the Bulldogs

HORROR CRASH: Two die in hospital, one still critical

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was tasked to a crash at Woodenbong last night. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

The unregistered car that rolled had no seats and no seat belts

Wyatt Roy defends trip to northern Iraq

Former Longman MP Wyatt Roy with a Peshmerga soldier in Iraq.

Australia's youngest MP questions DFAT advice

Family shares heartache of young Mackay man's suicide

Reece Rebetzke with his girlfriend Vanessa Shelley

Everyone left behind feels 'guilty'

Report says climate change to be dangerous by 2050

MONTHLY climate outlook  for Spring from the Bureau of Meteorology

Report warns the world could warm by two degrees by 2050

Cocaine-dealing pensioner jailed for three years

Cocaine and heroine

'Breaking bad' disability pensioner gets jail time.

Strange Politics: I'm not racist but...

Pauline Hanson and Donald Trump - the similarities are unmistakable. (Photo Digitally altered)

Two phrases have recently enjoyed a popularity spike

Former Gladstone junior stars in Storm squad for final

Christian Welch Melbourne Storm training at Gosch's Paddock, Rugby League. Picture: Jason Edwards

22-year-old goes from skinny fullback to Storm front rower

Truck driver does battle with Toowoomba traffic lights

Dashcam footage of truck hitting traffic light

It drove straight into the middle island traffic light

Donald Trump tweets about 'sex tape' in beauty row

Alicia Machado

“Wow, Crooked Hillary was duped and used by my worst Miss U.''

Iraqi grandmother goes head to head against ISIS

Wahida Mohamed Al-Jumaily, 39, published a photo on Facebook appearing to show her carrying a severed head, and another showing two severed heads in a cooking pot.

Iraqi grandmother leads a group of 70 fighters against ISIS

President of the Philippines compares himself to Hitler

The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has compared himself to Hitler and said he was happy to slaughter drug addicts.

Rodrigo Duterte compares himself to Hitler

Nine males, one female; divers watch turtles get frisky

Mating season ends this month.

One female, nine males, this is all part of nature for turtles

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

Snake sex pit broken up after experts called in

Keelback.

These snakes' love is not patient, nor necessarily kind.

Britney Spears smoked cannabis as a teenager

Britney Spears

Britney Spears experimented with cannabis when she was 17.

Lady Gaga confirms Super Bowl show

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga to perform in coveted spot

Girls actors give emotional tributes to hit show

Actor Allison Williams

Actors farewell smash hit HBO show Girls after six seasons

Janet Jackson's pregnancy is 'best thing'

Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson can't wait to become a mum

Jay Z signs two-year movie and TV deal

Rapper Jay Z

Rapper Jay Z has signed a television and movie deal

Nowhere to Hyde: Matt Nable is Australia's man in demand

Matt Nable stars as Detective Gary Hyde in the TV series Hyde & Seek.

NABLE returns to the small screen amidst busy film work.