PHOTOS: Vietnam Veterans' Day marked in Geebung and Sandgate

Vietnam Veterans' Day was commemorated with services in Sandgate and Geebung.

Beautiful tabby has special needs

Bouncer is a four-year-old special needs cat who would love to find his purr-fect home.

Can you give this silver tabby a home?

Council awards contract for pier kiosk

Video highlights of the construction of the new Shorncliffe pier will be shown this Sunday, May 22.

Community organisation to operate kiosk

Taigum family celebrates $200,000 lottery windfall

WINNER WINNER: A Proserpine woman has won big in the Gold Lotto over the weekend.

Grandmother and four adult children win top prize

Services mark Veterans' Day

ANZAC DAY: Hats

Veterans' Day commemorated on August 18

Inaugural lecture honours local eco warrior

The late Laurie Jeays worked on many local environmental issues.

Environmental lecture honours Laurie Jeays

Friends take part in wacky race for children's charity

Sam Fyfe (second from right) is preparing to take part in the 2017 Surf & Turf Variety Bash. Checking out the car are (from left) Taj and Kai Lang of Bracken Ridge and Sam's daughter Poppy.

Brisbane women take part in Variety Bash

Maree steps down from principal role

Piper Foley and Lauren Smoothy's mothers were taught by retiring principal Maree Messer, who is also standing with school captain Alice Mathewsell.

Maree Messer says goodbye to St John Fisher College

Former cover girl turns 105

Cover girl Lily May (nee Caldwell) Bowley in about 1939, standing on Suttons Beach.

Lily May Bowley says life is what you make it

Zillmere residents learn skills to hold successful stall

Grace Samuel took part in a workshop which taught skills to run a successful stall at the Zillmere Festival in September. Grace, originally from South Sudan, will be selling unique and authentic jewellery and clothing from Africa.

Workshop supports first-time stall holders

Samsung set for bigger, beach friendly Note 8

Samsung will be going bigger than ever to launch its Note 8 after this year's launch of the S8.

Water, dust, now sand-resistant?

31 mining, resources jobs you can apply for right now

There's dozens of jobs available in the mining and resources industries now.

Jobseekers have dozens of roles to apply for.

$348m worth of work up for grabs at RAAF Amberley build

The EA-18G Growler, an airborne electronic attack aircraft, is capable of providing force level electronic warfare support.

Calling all painters, cleaners, bird proofers and 38 other trades

SNEAK PEEK: The Burke and Wills like you've never seen

GOING UP: Burke and Wills site manager Paul Gordon (left) and McNab marketing and sales director Steve Kelk check out the progress being made at the historic Ruthven St site.

Demolition works progress at historic hotel refurbishment site

Huawei Watch 2: Don't throw away your phone just yet

The new Huawei Watch 2 with its SIM card holder

SIM-enabled watch gives you Knight Rider or Get Smart moment

Domino's $1 billion fail

Domino’s chief executive Don Meij. Picture: Annette Dew

Domino's blames technology glitches for disappointing earnings

Flu cases filling emergency departments

Health authorities encourage all to get flu shot before season's peak.

Authorities urge all to vaccinate before flu season peak

Teen rapist grew up watching porn, caused family break-up

The boy raped his female relative, who was not interested in restorative justice approaches.

Boy said it was experimentation. Court says it's rape.

Nick Xenophon confirmed as a dual citizen of the UK

Senator Xenophon confirmed he was making inquiries with the British Home Office over his citizenship status.

Xenophon is the latest parliamentarian named a dual citizen

Mindless horror: What really drove Barcelona attack

Driss Oukabir, 28, was named by police as having rented the van used in the attack. He was the first to be arrested.

The Barcelona attack notable for its both tragedy and idiocy

A walk inside Parliament's gift shop

This whole dual citizenship thing is not all it is cracked up to be for our pollies.

Pollie Tickled with Michael Burlace

Dementia dog Zorro making a world of difference

Labrador Zorro is one of 10 dementia dogs in Australia. The pooch supports 59-year-old Loretta Baxter who has the disease.

Meet the pooch who make life better for a woman with dementia.

Man's heroic effort saves swimmer's life

WELL DONE: Brendan Ratcliffe rescued a Korean swimmer at Woolgoolga Main Beach.

Man rescued after near drowning at a Woolgoolga beach.

Wildest winds in three years

Sydney airport: Flights cancelled, delayed as damaging winds hit

Having a second baby? Goodbye career

Having a second baby has led to discrimination for many women in the workplace.

How discrimination against working mums persists

'Medibank cancelled my policy and didn't tell me'

Emergency Department at Nambour General Hospital. Warren Lynam / Sunshine Coast Daily

Policy abruptly cancelled, prompting huge bill

Wild winds and weather smash Australia

The wind gusts were affecting large parts of NSW this morning. Picture: Sky News WeatherSource:SKY

Sydney airport: Flights cancelled, delayed as damaging winds hit

Aussie boy still missing in Barcelona after terror attack

Julian Cadman, 7, who is missing in Barcelona after the attack. Picture: Facebook

Barcelona terror attack at iconic Las Ramblas tourist hotspot

Two people dead, six injured in stabbing terror

Police officers gather at the site of a multiple stabbing on the Market Square in Turku, Finland

Police shot one suspect and six people were hospitalised

Couple accused of forcing babysitter, 17, into prostitution

Adria Regn, 28, lured the 17-year-old victim by saying she needed her to babysit her children, police said.

The couple allegedly beat and drugged the teen

Your restaurant is 'hell in a shell': girl, 12, writes

This kid not did hold back. Picture: InstagramSource:Instagram

Young critic says the food tasted like “camp shop s**t”.

WATCH: When one of the world's deadliest snakes strikes

An eastern brown snake.Photo Contributed

Snake catcher demonstrates impressive attack from deadly serpent

Like! Internet lights up over gorgeous Gatton cop

Constable Mason's selfie

Police officer's selfie sweeps internet

Caught dragging 20m of hose for craft bong project

Police had an interesting run-in with Nicholas James Waddell after Queensland's win in State of Origin.

Tradie caught dragging length of hose down Mackay street.

Swine dining: Croc shares pig with the ladies

The monster crocodile chows down on the feral pig at Yellow Water in Kakadu. Picture: AMY PIERCE

“He handed it off to a female croc who was guarding it.''

Liz Cantor gives Elon Musk serve about running over snake

Elon Musk copped a serve after running over a snake

“He tried to say, ‘I didn’t see it,’ but I replied ‘Bullshit'

Taylor Swift wipes presence off social media

TAYLOR Swift has completely disappeared off social media — and her fans don’t know what to think.

Swedish TV drama turns up heat

Louise Nyvall stars in the Swedish TV series Farang.

Scandinavian crime thriller goes troppo

Aboriginal artists' call to action

Anwar Young, winner of this year's overall prize and last year's young artist prize.

Important messages of survival and healing

Radio host Matt Okine leaps to small screen

Valene Kane, Matt Okine and Harriet Dyer star in the TV series The Other Guy.

First foray into acting a long time in the making

Hollywood’s new highest paid actress

Jennifer Lawrence had to settle for third this year behind Emma Stone and Jennifer Aniston.

CAN you guess who has dethroned Jennifer Lawrence?

Movie trailer dubbed too racy for TV

Alicia Vikander stars in Tulip Fever.

THE trailer for Tulip Fever is so saucy some networks have banned it

Liz Hurley, 52, has never looked better

She’s definitely not shy to pose in a bikini.

Life in your 50s has never looked as good as it does on Liz Hurley.