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  1. Minor traffic offences rising

    Minor traffic offences rising

    Police are witnessing a rise in the number of people driving with undue care and attention, unwittingly breaking the law and putting lives at risk.

  2. Santos LNG projects nearly complete

    A flat quarterly production report from Santos has been overshadowed by news its massive LNG projects are nearly completed.

  3. Search for Malaysia Airlines jet refocuses on drone scans of seafloor

    Search for Malaysia Airlines jet refocuses on drone scans of seafloor

    By Byron Kaye and Swati Pandey
    SYDNEY/PERTH, Australia (Reuters) - A deep-sea drone had completed its much-anticipated first full scan of the seabed in the remote Indian Ocean, the team...

  4. Deadly snake venom used in Qld research

    Deadly snake venom used in Qld research

    Researchers in Queensland are using venom from one of the world's deadliest snakes to help cardiac patients when they visit hospital.

  5. Serious concerns for missing man

    Police hold serious concerns for a man who went missing from the state's central west.

  6. Accused Gold Coast drug lord in court

    An alleged Gold Coast drug kingpin, nightclub owner Ivan Tesic, will spend Easter behind bars after his bail application was adjourned.

  7. Brandis to rule on kidnapping extradition

    Brandis to rule on kidnapping extradition

    Attorney-General George Brandis will decide whether to extradite to the US a woman accused of kidnapping her daughter 20 years ago.

  8. Qld doctors still wary of new contracts

    Qld doctors still wary of new contracts

    Hundreds of doctors have met in Brisbane but remain cautious of signing individual contracts despite an in-principle agreement.

  9. Toddler kidnapping accused remains in jail

    Toddler kidnapping accused remains in jail

    A man charged with kidnapping a three-year-old girl has faced the Bundaberg Magistrates Court again, where he was remanded in custody until June.

  10. Convicted sex offender surrenders

    A convicted sex offender who's been on the run since Monday has handed himself in to Queensland police.

  11. Royals to put sisters in the shade

    Royals to put sisters in the shade

    Prince William and Princess Kate will visit towns in NSW's Blue Mountains on Thursday, and the locals are hoping many tourists will follow.

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