Funds support work with squirrel gliders

Kedron Brook Catchment Branch receives a grant to help with monitoring of squirrel gliders and nest boxes.

Young Bracken Ridge achiever in running for state awards

Bracken Ridge's Bianca Goebel is empowering young people through Youth Without Borders.

Bianca faces Queensland Young Achiever Awards judges

Beach walks reveal life along Sandgate foreshore

Discover soldier crabs on one of the monthly beach walks along the Sandgate foreshore.

Learn about life along foreshore and tidal flats

Cent auction raises dollars for cancer research

Sunny Drescher is calling for donations of prizes for her cent auction to raise money to find a cure for children's cancers. Mr Dresher is pictured with some of the many prizes people will be winning at her next Happy Face Cent Auction on March 25 at Aspley Leagues Club.

Sunny raises money to cure kids' cancer one cent auction at a time

Active centenarian celebrates birthday in Geebung

Celebrating a very special 100th birthday is Myra Heath (middle) with her friends at Geebung Legacy Care Group Denise Fridolf and Thelma Taylor.

100yo Myra still lives in home she and her husband built in Virginia

Dancers quick step to Geebung Bowls Club

Jeanette Giliver and Stuart Mauchline do a dancing demonstration at Carseldine Markets to promote their classes in Geebung. Photo: contributed

Dance class moves from Sandgate to Geebung

Bald Hills teen sings on the Western Front

Bald Hills singer Caitlin Freeman is going to the Western Front on ANZAC Day thanks to Geebung Zillmere, Bald Hills Aspley RSL Sub Branch's Harry Boxsell and Denis Webb.

17-year-old sent to Western Front to sing on Anzac Day

Kate walks across Spain for cancer research

Kate Narracott is ready to walk 450km across Spain to raise money for cancer research in honour of her brother.

Bracken Ridge resident walks in brother's memory

Aspley cafe nurtures vulnerable people in community

From the garden to the plate and the mother's group to the kitchen, Cup from Above is connecting, empowering, nurturing and nourishing those in need on the northside. Pictured are cafe chaplain Elyse Groundwater and CEO Adam James.

Programs connect and engage with people who are struggling

Musicians bang the drum for electric kit in Zillmere

Rocking out with the new drum kit at Zillmere Jam Session members Marty Howard, Cr Jared Cassidy, Peter Price, Steven Noel, Ryan Daff, Marty Hoffman and Melissa Stevens.

Zillmere open music group granted new drum kit for Jam Session

Company's licence suspended as debts remain unpaid

Cheryll (pictured) and Dan Harper received two progress payments towards settling an invoice owed since December by Development Delivery Construction (Ddel) before the builder's licence was suspended by the QBCC this week.

QBCC suspends builder's licence for not paying debts

iPhone 8: Augmented 3D reality and avatars?

OLED iPhone will have a “revolutionary” infrared module

It's official: Petrol price rip-off worst in years

Australia is facing some of its highest petrol prices.

Brisbane retail prices the highest of the large five cities

Mazda recalls yet another vehicle...

The Mazda BT-50, sold between October 21, 2011, and December 3, 2012, are being recalled.

The Mazda BT-50 has now been recalled.

Mobile World Congress: What can we expect this year?

Rising smartphone maker Oppo has teased announcement of new camera

Nikon KeyMission review: Shooting 360 no walk in park

Nikon KeyMission 170 - the easiest of the range to use.

The biggest problem initially is keeping yourself out of the shot

New Springfield based seat to be named Jordan

HONOURED: Pioneering politician Vi Jordan, a former Ipswich West MP and Ipswich councillor, will have a new seat based around Springfield named after her.

Former Ipswich councillor and Ipswich West MP to be honoured

Father had sex and conceived child with own daughter

A shocking story out of the Gympie District Court today

A SHOCKING case out of the Gympie District Court today

Wagner leads breakaway tourism group in Toowoomba

John Wagner at the Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport open day. Photo: Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

Tourism operators from region decide they can not work with SQCT

Aus Post CEO hits back at Pauline Hanson

Ahmed Fahour.

Fahour hits out at his consistent critic Pauline Hanson

Men adopted baby for child-sex ring

Child sex offender network: NZ man extradited to Brisbane

Attempts made to break into morgue holding Kim Jong-nam

 FILE - This May 4, 2001, file photo shows Kim Jong Nam, exiled half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, in Narita, Japan. No cause of death has been determined yet for Kim Jong Nam who died last week after apparently being poisoned in a Kuala Lumpur airport, officials said Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. (AP Photos/Shizuo Kambayashi, File)

North Korea calls for the immediate release of 'innocent females'

Gang's ice tester boy talks drugs, cars & good times

(L) Johnny Nguyen as a gangster and (R) Johnny said drug dealing was not glamorous. Picture: Melvyn Knipe

Johnny Nguyen taste for drugs turned him into gang's ice tester boy

Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour quits $5.6 million post

Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour. Picture: Facebook

“Seven years is a long time ... particularly as it is a 24-7 job.”

First ever Mercedes Benz ute lands in Australia

Mercedes Badge generic. Source: Merecedes Australia

First ever Mercedes ute in Australia as tradies pay record prices

Unions take to streets as Sunday penalty rates cut

Retail workers will be among those hit by the changes.

Thousands of lowest paid workers to be hit by changes to pay rates

How one photo changed this woman's life forever

The new-look Cassy Dickerson running along the beach.

A mother of three has transformed her body and her life

Muslim leader says violence towards women 'last resort'

Andrew Bolt and Keyser Trad on Bolt Report Sky News

“The first thing you must do is counselling ...

'Islam and freedom are not compatible' says Dutch MP

Firebrand int-islam lawmaker Geert Wilders during an election campaign stop in Spijkenisse, near Rotterdam, Netherlands, Saturday, February 18, 2017.

Far0right Dutch frontrunner takes hard stand on Islam

Americans fear major war under Donald Trump

Latest opinion poll reveals how US is rating their president

$140k damage: landlord says property trashed, contaminated

He had what he calls "the tenants from hell"

Coast kids forced to hand back trophy

UNLUCKY: Maroochydore junior lifesavers have had to hand back their champions title after an error at the weekend's Queensland Youth Championships.

Admin error sees junior Coast lifesavers hand title over to rivals

Man became a quadriplegic after swallowing a chicken bone

Shane became a quadriplegic after he swallowed a chicken bone one night.

They said: ‘He’s not going to make it through the night’

The family dog that nearly died from ice overdose

Stewart Morrison with his dog, Nellie, who nearly died from a drug overdose.

Sunshine Coast vet warns drugs new threat for pets

One Nation leader hits cafe after Pauline Hanson fans attack

One Nation Qld leader Steve Dickson and Nicklin candidate Steven Ford visit Endless Time cafe.

Pauline Hanson's Qld leader meets with cafe after weekend of abuse

French waitress shows Aussies how to wrangle a goanna

The Australian native was no match for the brave waitress.

French waitress was taking no guff from an invading goanna

Fish measure up for bub after family reels 'em in

Kullen Fuchs measuring his family's catch.

Family of fisherman lands nannygai gold

What's on the big screen this week

THIS week's releases offer variety as T2: Trainspotting proves not all sequels are terrible.

REVIEW: Under the Gun doco looks at right to bear arms

ARMED: A still from the 2016 documentary film Under the Gun by Stephanie Soechtig.

An in-depth look into America's gun culture.

Hodges proud to be part of first channel dedicated to NRL

Justin Hodges is gearing up for his new gig on Fox League.

Footy star hopes to provide a voice for players on new NRL channel

Furious Price wants to quit I'm a Celeb after clash with Keira

Steve Price has threatened to quit the jungle.

Will camp ration clash with Keira cause Steve to call it quits?

Novel with lots of heart

The romance in A Quiet Kind of Thunder was only one of the joys of the book.

Book proves to be a gem with layers

Bliss N Eso announce tribute show for stuntman

Bliss N Eso will play a tribute show at Coolangatta in honour of Johann Ofner. The stuntman died during the filming of the group's Friend Like You film clip earlier this year.

BLISS N Eso to play tribute show to raise funds for killed stuntman

MOVIE REVIEW: Trainspotting sequel as good as original

Ewen Bremner in a scene from the movie T2: Trainspotting.

Director Danny Boyle proves sequels can be done well.