Rockabilly festival features hot rods and hotter pin-ups

Zillmere pin-up Bettie Butcher is hosting the Rods and Rockabilly Pin-up Pageant in Hamilton on Saturday.

All things vintage at Rods and Rockabilly Festival

Mario receives VIP treatment after 20 years

Mario Marchese received the Volunteers in Policing Gold Lapel Award and a District Officers Certificate after 20 years with the Volunteers in Policing program. Photo: contributed

Police volunteer recognised for 20 years of service

Police seek help to stop domestic violence

North Brisbane District Police Say 'Living free from violence is everyone's right and reducing violence is everyone's responsibility'. Throwing their support behind Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month are (front from left) Acting Inspector Paul French, Sergeant Kerry McKay, Inspector Mark Jones, (2nd row) Acting Senior Sergeant Dave Wells (OIC Boondall), Acting Senior Sergeant Kelly Bright, Senior Sergeant Marty Bray, Acting Senior Sergeant Greg Millmore, (3rd row) Acting Sergeant Belinda Walker, Acting Senior Sergeant Steve Wake (OIC Sandgate), Detective Sergeant Jo Patterson, Detective, Detective Senior Sergeant Anne Vogler, Detective Senior Sergeant Ben Fadian, (back row) Acting Senior Sergeant Scott Collingwood (OIC Carseldine), Senior Sergeant Tony O'Neil (OIC Hendra) and Senior Sergeant Ian Park (OIC Stafford). Photo: contributed

Police receive 149 calls for help in one month






Netflix defends 13 Reasons Why

THE disturbing Netflix series 13 Reasons Why has been dogged by controversy for its vivid depictions of suicide and rape.

Fiance’s rage: ‘It’s disgusting behaviour’

Felicity breaks down on Seven year Switch.

Man’s “disgusting behaviour” on Seven Year Switch shocked viewers.

This MKR judge’s face says it all

Although maybe she accidentally sat on a pine cone.

MKR semi-final recap: Squab heads and bad desserts.

Carrie Bickmore caught out before the cameras rolled

The bubbly host looked like her usual... but

Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin given overhaul by stylist

The Croc Hunter family before their transformation. Picture: Nigel Wright

Family matriarch Terri was reportedly the most hesitant to change

Play School live concert coming to Fraser Coast

Come and celebrate with Big Ted, Little Ted, Humpty and Jemima at the Birthday Party for Play School.

Find out when and where to get tickets.

Madonna biopic in the works

A biopic is being developed about Madonna’s life in New York City in the early 1980s.

MADONNA’S life as a pop star will be documented in Blonde Ambition.

Allora State School turns 150

MARKING a milestone not met by many, Allora State School will celebrate its 150th anniversary this Friday and Saturday

Blokes with too many strokes? Five tips to a better shave

Gillette says many blokes are using way too many strokes when shaving.

Blokes waste 120 re-strokes shaving themselves

Hard not to love: Mazda MX-5 RF road test and review

Superb as a faux Coupe, the Mazda MX-5 Retractable Fastback has a beautifully folding hardtop and delivers the same brilliant drive as its soft top cousin.

Mazda’s MX-5 RF offers both hard top and open air motoring pleasure

Too cool for school? Send them to an Apple store

A customer tries out a special red version of the iPhone 7 smartphone at an Apple Store.

free programs are pitched at a variety of skill levels

'It might be a go-er!': Man saves backyard lizard with CPR

Dale Hall and nephew Jayden are being called 'superheroes' after bringing a blue-tongue lizard back from the verge of death with CPR.

I thought ‘Hang on: it might be a go-er still’.

Dieting fads: Fact and fiction

JUST CHEW IT: There's no scientific evidence to back claims that eating celery uses more kilojoules than it holds.

Nutritionist sorts out the facts and the faction of dieting fads