Students have business pitch all stitched up

Bald Hills students pitch business idea to turn old clothes into memorabilia pillows.

Christmas lights switch on in Sandgate

Snow covered pine garlands frame the windows of 2nd Avenue Realty for Christmas in Sandgate with Brenda Pearson, Wendy Tomlinson and Gai O'Driscoll.

Christmas lights and Santa return to Sandgate

Redcliffe man scratches $650,000 prize

Cash money   Photo:Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

Man will receive $2500 a week for five years

Woman assaulted during Chermside car theft

A grey 2011 Suburu Impreza hatchback (similar to this one) was stolen from Chermside yesterday. Photo: contributed

Woman assaulted with walking stick at shopping centre

Four state physie champions from one club

Olivia Pulvirenti, Bea Blackmore, Kate Phillips and Loren Brett are all Queensland state physie champions. Photo: contributed

Women win top titles at Queensland Zone Championships

TAFE teacher wins Trainer of Year award

Phil Vivian of Sandgate was named Construction Trainer of the Year at the 2016 Construction Skills Queensland Excellence Awards.

Sandgate resident named Construction Trainer of the Year

Campaign to help women in need is 'in the bag'

Member for Sandgate Stirling Hinchliffe and Share the Dignity founder Rochelle Courtenay are overwhelmed by the 'In The Bag' donations which have been left at the Sandgate electorate office. Photo: contributed

Generous community donates handbags

Christmas gifts bring smiles to children in need

Kate Cross, Kaden Paterson, Georgia Cross (in front) and their friends Kaylea Foster, Carter Foster, Hayden Craddock Preston Paterson, Blake Tregoning and Holly Tregoning want more presents to give to disadvantage children.

Gifts needed to help families who are struggling at Christmas

Kids need support to develop 'help seeking' skills

Aspley State High School principal Jacquita Miller addressed the media on Friday.

Encourage young people to seek help

Festive films add fun for families

Nick White (U14s Sandgate-Redcliffe Gators Cricket Club) and Leo Timms, 4 (in front) are preparing for the Sandgate Christmas Movie Festival with help from supporters Cr Jared Cassidy, Lynda Bundock (Nashville State School P&C), Paul Timms (Keep Sandgate Beautiful Association), Tracey Hoffman and Jamie White (Gators Cricket Club), Wendy Timms (Sandgate Events), Ben Laws (Bracken Ridge State School), Chris Ferguson and Matt Cross (Sandgate Hawks Sporting Club), Melissa Burke (Bracken Ridge State School), Sarah Inglis (National Coaching Institute) and Damian Bike (Keep Sandgate Beautiful Association).

Christmas-themed movie nights held in December

Nikon D3400: Great way to start out in a DSLR

Brisbane scenes using a Nikon D3400 entry level DSLR.

SnapBridge connectivity makes sharing great photos on social easy

How the fortunes changed for trucking company

NEW OWNER: Centurion has purchased McAleese's Heavy Haulage & Lifting Division.

BIG READ: The long fall for Mackay hauling company

Turf club plans go into overdrive in Ipswich

General Manager at Ipswich Turf Club Brett Kitching and president of the Ipswich Greyhound Racing Club manager Merv Page discuss plans to move the greyhound track to Bundamba.

World first greyhound track part of the dynamic project

APPROVED: We could have a wind farm by 2017

WINDS OF CHANGE: Rabbit Ridge Wind Farm proponent Tim Lucas, pictured in 2013, finally has approval to build the green energy project.

IT'S been a long three years for Tim Lucas

Why Shane will leave Buderim Ginger board if sale goes ahead

SHAREHOLDERS DECIDE: Templeton Ginger owner Shane Templeton is among shareholders who will decide Buderim Ginger's fate this month.

Shareholders have less than three weeks to decide on 15% sale

Why BOM sometimes issues warnings, then cancels them

‎Brian Turner‎'s photo of a cloud formation near Gatton.

Bureau does not issue warnings unless conditions meet criteria

BAT WARNING: Disease can spread to humans

Tooan Tooan Creek Flying Fox colony. Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Anyone who comes into contact with bats should see their doctor

Family of slain grandfather welcomes guilty plea

Ariik Mayot was arrested by police after attacking Ipswich grandfather Lindsay Ede in Goodna. Photo: Contributed

"Coward punch" killer could serve life in jail

Commercial fishers get extension, but it makes no difference

Ballina trawler harbour.

Deadline extended for NSW fishers buying back into the industry

Sex attacker slapped with strict supervision upon release

Violent sex offender's life after jail no walk in the park

Nationals will not stop Essential Energy job cuts

Essential Energy workers are facing forced redundancies within weeks, according to unions.

Nationals leader rules out blocking Essential Energy's 600 job cuts

PIMP MY WHEELCHAIR: Mum pens sick son's bucket list

Toni Mitchell and Joshy Mitchell with Joshy's bucket list.

'It gives him beautiful memories to look back on'

Why we need sharks and sharks need us

Tagging sharks is something done with care

Why we can't live without sharks

Where there's a will, there's $75,000 for orphanage

A man has left a third of his $232,000 estate to the Grafton orphanage.

St Joseph's Cowper children's home receives $75,000 from will

Baird bunny-hops on bicycle ID plan

New laws for passing cyclists are now in place.

NSW Government puts brakes on plan to force cyclists to carry ID

Heatwave to continue for days as temps top 40 in some areas

Beachgoers cool down at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Temperatures have hit 46 degrees Celsius in parts of outback Queensland today, with a heatwave predicted for the state's central and southern regions.(AAP Image/Dan Peled)

Outback towns scorching under the Friday afternoon sun

NSW announces $73 million Stolen Generations redress scheme

13/02/08 172718t National Apology to the Aboriginal stolen generation. The Sunshine Coast Indigenous Network Group meet at the Nambour PCYC to hear the address from Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. The crowd listens to the speech Photo Warren Lynam

NSW becomes third state to fund a compensation scheme

Cancer cure might have been found by accident

Biggest question remains whether it will work in human body

Donald Trump staffer found guilty of voter fraud

Brandon Hall standing with President-elect Donald Trump Facebook

Case has sparked renewed calls for election recount

Police use Nickelback album to threaten drink drivers

Police are threatening criminals with Nickelback.

Has Santa lost one of his reindeer in Rockhampton?

MOTORISTS are being cautioned about a giant deer roaming around one of Rockhampton's main roads.

Giant deer roaming around one of Rockhampton's main roads.

Hacker makes it Dump Tower

HACKED: The renamed Trump Tower

Trump Tower renamed on Google Maps by hacker

Hairdresser hell: A 'home salon' ruined my hair

AFTER: It's not at all what she expected when she went to a Gladstone home salon.

MUM left devastated after 'home salon' visit goes awfully wrong.

Cricketing greats bring Aussie mateship to commentary box

Cricket commentator Adam Gilchrist.

ADAM Gilchrist enjoys the fun of calling the Big Bash League.

The dead help solve the case

Debut novel delivers on wit, violence and shock

REVIEW: One hell of a trip

Under Full Sail is out now.

The discovery of gold brought a rush of migrants

First look at Russell Crowe and Tom Cruise in The Mummy

Russell Crowe in a scene from the first teaser trailer for the movie The Mummy.

HOLLYWOOD heavyweights helm serious reboot of action franchise.

Doco series takes you inside America's green rush

A scene from the TV series Weediquette.

WEEDIQUETTE explores the lows and the highs of US marijuana culture.

Delta Goodrem confirmed to play Olivia Newton-John?

Singer Delta Goodrem.

FILMING for Channel 7's biopic to begin soon in Victoria.