'I knew I couldn't help' Two people, dog killed in Hwy crash

Queensland Police have confirmed two killed in the Guthalungra crash

Ready to bear the baton

SUPER JOURNEY: Ian Thorpe with the Queen's Baton Relay atop Sydney Harbour Bridge earlier in the relay.

All you need to know about the Queen's Baton Relay in Airlie Beach.

Junior Brahmans kick start season at home

Junior Brahmans players and family (L-R) Angus Craig, Callum Edmondson, Harry Craig and Toby Craig; take a break to enjoy the first game at Les Stagg Oval for the 2018 Rugby League season on Saturday.

Back to business junior rugby league is back in Proserpine.

Cannons fire at NQ champs

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Cannonvale Cannons at the NQ meet. Back row: Chloe Robertson, Eden Hedges, Tegan Hanks, Mikhaila Flint, Jacob Bell, Jy Parkinson, Gus Hedges.
Middle: Samantha O'Hanlon, Jakarra Heffernan, Mitchell Milostic, Mae Carter-Attwood, Kaia Heffernan and Hayden O'Hanlon.
Front: Taylah O'Hanlon, Jack O'Hanlon, Remy Hedges and Tiana Bell.Absent: Evie and Zoe Herlihy.

Ready, set, win; for the Cannons.

Putting Proserpine on the map a priority for council

Mayor Andrew Willcox with Proserpine Chamber of Commerce Secretary Karen Vloedmans and President Bob Bogie at the March Meeting; on Wednesday night.

Council committed to making Proserpine a tourist hub.

Storm repairs behind Mackay building industry growth

Mackay mayor Greg Williamson said the continued strengthening of the Mackay economy had produced solid approvals in the first six months of the 2017-18 financial year.

The region's resilient, diverse economy is the envy of many regions.

Not too late to book to see ICA

Whitsunday Neighbourhood Centre CEO Rebecca Woods has brought the ICA to the Whitsundays once more to hear your story.

The ICA will visit the Whitsundays tomorrow

Prossie to miss out on Legends of League

LEAGUE LEGENDS: Kevin Campion, Bryan Niebling, Stu Kelly, Nathan Friend, Peter Gill and Craig Teevan in Noosa for a Legends of League event earlier this year, before they travel up the coast to Bowen in May.

Legends of League will be hosted at Bowen for the second time

Limited time to speak on new laws

FIRED UP: Whitsundays MP Jason Costigan and local farmer Ralph Cox yesterday discussing newly proposed clearing legislation.

MP Costigan said the new laws would effect Proserpine.

Students sign pledge against bullying

BULLYING? NO WAY: Proserpine High School students (back, from left) Sophie Bridge, Darcy Larkin, Porsha Hancock, Georgia Muller, Tayla Goody, Mika Stimson, Olivia McCall, Jaimie Allen and (front) Max Cornish say no to bullying on Tuesday.

Proserpine High takes week of action against bullies

Sunshine Plaza's flagship store untroubled by talks

Work is well under way on the Sunshine Plaza shopping centre expansion at Maroochydore.

Plaza a top performing centre, Myer bosses say business as usual

Big problem Facebook can’t fix

Facebook is once again facing criticism over data hacking and privacy breaches.

Facebook is in the centre of yet another data-breach scandal

iPhone X has nothing on Samsung’s Galaxy S9

The fingerprint scanner has been moved to below the camera in the centre.

Why Samsung’s Galaxy S9 outshines Apple’s expensive iPhone X

Big insurance mistake Aussies are making

You could be unnecessarily eating into your life savings.

Take control of insurance in super for confidence and cost savings

Drone: Extent of CQ mine-blast road's gaping split revealed

CRACKING UP: John Eden took these aerial photographs of Gibihi Rd, Moura yesterday. They were shared to The Moura & Dawson River Flooding History Page Facebook yesterday, after a blast on Saturday.

A determined John Eden's farm borders the road, and he's had enough

TOO MUCH MONEY: World is trapped by humungous bubble

Traders are speculating on companies they believe might have a huge future, but our faith in technology could be driving a huge bubble. Picture: Bryan R. Smith / AFP

This graph is incredible — and terrifying

Annette Mason inquest to hear from dozens of witnesses

Annette Mason. She was found dead in November 1989.

Inquest was re-opened 28 years after teen died

Teen driver crashes into power pole

Emergency services at the scene.

A teen driver has escaped with minor injuries.

Pensioner whose backyard sank into hole robbed

ANOTHER BLOW: Lynn McKay, the Basin Pocket pensioner whose backyard sink hole made headlines around the world in 2016, had her handbag stolen in the Ipswich CBD. She's appealing for the thief to return the bag.

And police give her even more bad news after reporting it

George Pell accused of cinema, pool abuse

Cardinal George Pell leaves the Melbourne Magistrates Court. Picture: Stefan Postles/AAP New George Pell details come to light

Allegations against Australia’s most senior Catholic have been aired

Bonnie and Clyde couple’s $2m scam

The Bonnie and Clyde couple lived a glamorous life in hotels around the world after stealing hundreds of identities, including those of loved ones.

A pair of scammers lived a life of luxury funded by fraud

'Enough is enough': Tirade against labour hire starts in Gladstone

Opposition leader Bill Shorten will be in Gladstone today.

Community meeting held in Gladstone with Bill Shorten.

Bullet fragments lodged in dog's brain

Goldie's x-ray showing several bullet fragments in his head.

Kelpie 'Goldie' latest dog to be shot in Eatonsville

'Drug fuelled episode' keeps man from son's hospital bedside

The results of a dramatic police pursuit through Lismore on March 6.

Wish to be on bail for child's surgery not enough, says magistrate

Waleed weighs in on Stefanovics’ Uber call

The Project panel, March 19, 2018

‘Nobody came out looking great’

Fetish safe word didn’t stop ‘The Wolf’, court hears

Sydney businessman Liam Gordon Murphy is fighting allegations he sexually assaulted two women he met via online fetish forum Fetlife. Picture: AAP /Peter Rae.

Fetish safe word didn’t stop businessman hitting woman, court hears

Rick Thorburn ‘to plead guilty to Tiahleigh’s murder’

Tiahleigh Palmer’s body was found on the banks of the Pimpama River in 2015.

Rick Thorburn to plead guilty to murder, lawyer says

Anne Aly: 'I wasn’t allowed to divorce my abusive husband'

Anne Aly was elected as Australia’s first Muslim woman in federal Parliament in 2016. Picture: Colin Murty / The Australian

An edited extract from Finding My Place by Anne Aly

Death row inmate’s hideous fate

Bucklew, who killed his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend in 1996, claims an execution would violate his constitutional guarantee against cruel and unusual punishment.

‘He may choke on his blood’: Death row inmate’s gruesome sentence

The nude scene Weinstein turned up for

Actor Michelle Williams in a scene from 2011 film 'My Week with Marilyn'.

Why was Weinstein showing up unannounced?

‘Sex kindergarten’ story ‘made up’

Patrick Kelly, 41, also known as Booger Red, was one of the defendants in the Mineola Swinger's Club case. Picture: Jaime R. Carrero/Tyler Morning Telegraph

True story behind depraved child ring dubbed ‘sex kindergarten’

GRAPHIC IMAGE ALERT: Water skier's grizzly river discovery

A Goodna resident has taken a photograph of an animal that was possibly the victim of a shark attack in the Brisbane River.

Bull shark suspected after carcass left with chunk missing

'I was the lucky bastard': Coast man's lotto win

A Cooroy man and his two children will share in more than $600,000 from the division one prize.

Is this the nation's most Aussie Gold Lotto winner?

Psychic Baba Vanga’s other eerie prophecy

Psychic Baba Vanga predicted Putin would ‘rule the world’ before her death.

She predicted 9/11 and Brexit, now she turns to Putin

Hawking’s final prediction

Stephen Hawking, who has died. picture: MEGA

Hawking submitted a research paper just weeks before he died

Woman sent flying through the air by bull

The woman was thrown into the air by the sudden attack.

Unsuspecting woman was flipped into the air by a raging bull

MOVIE REVIEW: Mary Magdalene film is a dull Bible lesson

Rooney Mara shines in Garth Davis’ new film, a long-overdue rehabilitation of a controversial biblical figure. Sadly, it’s also a touch boring.

Qld beauty crowned Miss Universe Philippines

Australian Catriona Gray of Cairns has been crowned Miss Universe Philippines 2018.

Catriona Gray has been crowned Miss Universe Philippines 2018

Moment Troy’s wife swap begins

The dry humping begins.

Troy thought he had a clean break for a fling with another wife

Ben Affleck’s enormous back tattoo returns

Ben Affleck: Baby got back (tatt). Picture: TID / BACKGRID

Ben Affleck’s enormous, much-mocked back tattoo returns

Prince Harry ‘blew Taliban to bits’

Britain's Prince Harry wearing his monocle gun sight as he sits in the front seat of his Apache Helicopter at the British controlled flight-line at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan's Helmand Province. Picture: John Stillwell

Prince Harry ‘blew the Taliban to bits’ as role in Afghanistan is revealed

No longer Nine's No.1? Brand Stefanovic on the slide

Karl Stefanovic all smiles as he leaves Channel Nine following Uber “tape” release. Picture: Diimex

Could this be the end of Nine's golden boy?

How I realised my own mum was a killer

Harry Bodsworth went on to have a son with Dulcie (pictured in 1952). How I escaped from a serial killer

Hazel Baron always knew her family was a little strange