Holiday tips for local anglers

ROCK WALLSWe have a bunch of tips for kids looking to wet a line these school holidays.

Did you see this quad bike accident?

Bowen Police are appealing for information.

Information is sought by Bowen Police in regard to a road accident.

Mayor says council is listening to market concerns

BEAUTIFY: Whitsunday Regional Council has proposed a plan to revitalise the Airlie Beach foreshore.

The Airlie Beach foreshore consultation has been extended.

Circus workshops are coming

CIRCUS TIME: Karyn Smith at the circus workshops.

Circus workshops are coming

Turnbull, Shorten in dead heat on election eve: polling

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten

The Fairfax-Ipsos poll figures suggest Labor could win on Saturday

Whitsundays ranks nationally for school holidays

Airlie Beach's famous lagoon offers safe swimming facilities all year round.

The Whitsundays had made a top 10 list of best destinations.

Get creative for this year’s Recyclable Regatta

FLYING PIG: Riiley O’Grady, Zac Sleight and Jesse Frisch, crew of the Tin Pig, competing in the Recyclable Regatta last year.

Get creative for this year’s Recyclable Regatta

Master class from Moneghetti

CHAMPION: Steve Moneghetti (centre left) leading the pack on his way to another win.

Legendary runner Steve Moneghetti has put on a local master class.

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26-year-old killed in highway crash after ute rolls

FATAL CRASH: Markings by the forensic crash unit to establish exact behaviour prior to the crash on July 1.

Murgon man dead after traffic crash

Darling Downs man cheats death as train destroys car

The scene of the crash near Warra. Photo 7 Local News

Gowrie Junction man could do little but watch on as car smashed

Accused sex intruder: Masturbated in bed beside woman, dropped her baby

A Coast pensioner has been refused bail after being charged with drug trafficking.

A man is charged with assaulting a baby, aged 12 months.

100 years after the Somme: "We ain't a-marching"

Border Regiment men in dugouts at the Battle of the Somme in August 1916

His unit suffered 225% casualties over two years

Police reveal new lead in missing woman case

Missing Toowoomba woman Emma Gover.

Police call Emma Gover case "high-risk missing person"

Mitsubishi recalls half a million cars: Here's the list

Mitsubishi is having to recall a massive range of its cars due to potential safety concerns

The recall affects almost every Mitsubishi sold in the past decade

Newborn whale reunited with its pod after rescue

Volunteers help rescue a stranded baby humpback whale at Lennox Head.

Tireless volunteers help save baby humpback

60 Minutes: Sally Faulkner and former soldier charged

Sally Faulkner with Noah, 3, or Lahela, 5.

Sally Faulkner has been charged over botched 60 minutes stunt

Queensland man narrowly escapes Turkey airport terror

Blake Portch on his holiday, which was almost cut short by the terror attacks on Istanbul this week

Blake Portch knew luck was on his side

Boris Johnson will not run for British PM

Former London mayor Boris Johnson announces that he will not run for leadership of Britain's ruling Conservative Party in London, Thursday, June 30, 2016.

Boris Johnson has abandoned his push for British PM

LISTEN: Scam victim gets one up on phone fraudster

Lismore resident Janet Wetzler was almost the victim of a phone scam and wants to use her experience to warm others.

Listen to fraudsters try to scam Lismore woman

Israeli girl stabbed in her bedroom by Palestinian teen

Hallel Yaffe Ariel

A 13-year-old Israeli girl has been stabbed to death

Male trainer asked teen if she was 'sexually active'

Training to stay healthy and get in shape.

A male gym trainer has asked a teen girl about her sex life

EU won’t give UK special treatment on migration

EU leaders say there will be no favours for the British

Google and Twitter battle for election sausage supremacy

STRANGE POLITICS with Chris Calcino

The real battle on election day will be all about sausage sizzles

UPDATE: Car v house a lucky escape in more ways than one

QFAS, the QPS and QAS respond to an accident where a learner driver is believed to have reversed into a neighbours home at around 2.45pm on Tuesday June 28, 2016.

Lucky escape for a learner driver in Gympie

French yacht thief escapes charge, taxpayers foot $15k bill

 And the taxpayer is footing the $15,000 bill for removing the vessel from the beach after it began breaking up in king tides early in May.

Police say the case of a $200,000 yacht theft is not on their books.

WATCH: How a texan llama uses a leaf blower to stay cool

A Texan zoo has found a creative way to keep a llama cool

Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson

Pauline Hansen in Gladstone June 24, 2016. Pauline and Fraser Anning.Photo Mike Richards / The Observer

FLYNN voter visits his favourite pollie.

Because New Zealand’s big things look like erm.....

We've compared Australia's big things with NZ's

Ayda frustrated by husband's relationship with her mother

Weird "three musketeer" relationship a blessing and a curse

Depp scores $11.5 million at auction

Johnny Depp has taken home $11.5 million in an auction

Former Noosa girl amongst Richie's Bachelor beauties

Vintaea Carlos is a contestant on the upcoming fourth season of The Bachelor.

VINTAEA Carlos is one of 22 women hoping to find love on reality TV.

Iggy dumps fiancé after seeing him in security footage

'FANCY' hitmaker Iggy Azalea dumped her fiancé Nick Young

America's Got Talent act appears to have been copied

The Boy With Tape on His Face has a Brazillian doppelganger

Gloves off for election showdown

Sky News' political team, from left, Dan Bourchier, Laura Jayes, David Speers, Kieran Gilbert and Tom Connell pictured in Canberra.

SKY News political editor David Speers shares his predictions.

You can buy this Gladstone salon on the cheap right now

FOR SALE: Alisha Broodie, manager Holly Loveridge and Janise Warner at the soon-to-be-sold hairdressers.

“Our workloads going to get so busy.”

Lift in job vacancies falls back over past quarter

Aurizon workers hold a lunch time meeting with union officials after 85 redundancies were announced. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times

The quarterly rise in job vacancies has tapered off considerably

Jim Berardo lives in Tuscany while creditors remain unpaid

A public post on Jim Berardo's Facebook page shows Mr Berardo and friends enjoying Mercato Centrale in Florence, Tuscany.

Failed festival boss Jim Berardo is now living in Tuscany

Here's how to get ready for the new financial year

Cash money Photo:Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

The new financial year starts tomorrow here's how to get ready.

Landlord's nightmare: Rental home trashed, 'stripped'

Landlord Joanne Kerse is distraught that her house has been trashed by a tenant.

Joanne Kerse had the tenant from hell