The doctor who came by boat

Revered Underwood doctor's remarkable story

Get down to Earth Frequency

Earth Frequency returns to Ivory's Rock from 12 - 14 February 2016. Photo: Contributed

Earth Frequency Festival to rock Ivory's rock this weekend

Converting to Jamie’s Ministry

I delve into the magical mobile kitchen and am converted.

RSPCA calls for info on roo death

RSPCA were unable to save a kangaroo found shot with an arrow in Greenbank. Photo: Contributed

Pregnant kangaroo dies after being shot by arrow

Tributes flow for Ian

Part of Logan's living history passes away at the age of 81.

Reform vital after one-punch deaths

Call for Senate enquiry to reduce alcohol fuelled violence

Richard to teach refugees new skills

Richard McLaren will introduce refugees to digital photography so that they may develop creative skills that allow them to access other community activities. Photo: Contributed

Refugees to benefit from Richard's photographic course

Local Coffee Club training program awarded

Jenny and Barry Lane have scooped the Training Initiative of the Year award at the 2015 QSR Media Awards. Photo: Contributed

Training innovation means big rewards

Muslims give thanks for Australia

Local children perform the National anthem at the 2016 Australia Day celebration at Al-Masroor mosque in Stockleigh. Photo: Christine Rossouw / The Logan Reporter

Unity and diversity celebrated

The Logan Project on TV screens

Former Queensland Music Festival artistic director James Morrison pictured with one of the performers from Under This Sky in a scene from the TV documentary The Logan Project. Supplied by SBS TV.

Logan gets prime time on Australia Day

$11m boost for Logan Hospital

State MP's from left, Memeber for Logan Linus Power, Minister for Health Cameron Dick and Memeber for Springwood Michael de Brenni announce a multi-million dollar upgrade to The Logan Hospital Emergency Department. Photo: David Nielsen / The Queensland Times

Logan Hospital's Emergency Department gets much needed funding

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OPINION: Taking the grey area out of greyhound industry

TWILIGHT MEETING: Thursday racing at Grafton Greyhounds starts at the later time of 4.12pm today.

"Greyhound shoes" put our attitudes in perspective

WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?

With Crump’s concurrent life sentences upheld, he has now been denied any hope of release.

Kevin Crump has been denied hope of a meaningful life

Our editor responds to Sue's blues on Byron Bay

Bluesfest is one of the world class festivals held in Byron Bay, that is a real drawcard.

Let's not forget Byron Bay is drawcard for many world class events.

OPINION: Teenagers need feminism too

Author T.J. Hamilton.

Adichie talks about the subtle imbalances that we have in society

War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting laws

Rebels Bikie gang visits their Sunshine Coast premisis at Kunda Park. Photo Chris McCormack / Sunshine Coast Daily

Are consorting laws justified or effective against organised crime?

LETTER: Clive Palmer demonised for starting his own party

He is in fact articulate and knowledgeable and does not use notes

UPDATE: 100,000 hits of ice off the streets after raids

This heavily armoured vehicle was parked outside the Hervey Bay Police Station in the same day detectives from the anti-bikie taskforce contacted raids throughout the Fraser Coast region.

More than 65 officers took part in the early morning search warrants

Suspected Gold Coast bikie to face drug charges

A 42-year-old Pacific Pines man has been charged with five counts of possessing dangerous drugs and possessing a drug utensil.

Suspected bikie faces drug charges after random roadside test

Bridge re-opened after reports a man was carrying a rifle

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Police have re-opened the Forgan Bridge after an incident today

UPDATE: Swift rescue launched for missing man in Mary River

The scene at the Lamington Bridge Pontoon in Maryborough near where a man has fallen into the Mary River.

Visibility in the water is understood to be very poor

Woman dead and two injured after Kilkivan head-on

Emergency services have responded to a head-on accident on the Wide Bay Hwy.

A WOMAN is dead and two other people injured after a head-on.

Queensland police launches support network for LGBTI

Support network to embrace diversity in police workplace

Truss could step down early to make way for Joyce

Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader Warren Truss is rumoured to make his Easter resignation announcement early.

Insider: Deputy PM to make resignation announcement on Thursday

Crimes scenes linked to Logan trio's disappearance

From left: Iuliana Triscaru, 31, Lelan Harrington, 23, and Cory Breton, 28.

Police: Missing man found yesterday not a suspect

Manus Island asylum seekers given controversial malaria drug

Mefloquine known to cause or exacerbate mental health issues

Teen vaccination rates low in Australia

500 workers have been tested for tuberculosis, south of Miles.

Many parents not aware of teen vaccinations

Average Valentine's Day spend is $119

Australians spend big on love

PM: Indigenous Australian life expectancy hasn't improved

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at a mental health announcement at Parliament House in Canberra on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Life expectancy gap is 'unacceptably wide' for indigenous: Turnbull

Ten dead, 150 injured as trains collide in Germany

Description: Rescue personnel stand in front of two trains that crashed head on near Bad Aibling, southern Germany, Tuesday morning, Feb. 9, 2016. At least four people were killed in the crash.

The early morning crash took place near Bad Aibling in Bavaria

Gay men want the right to be dull and poorly dressed

Carson Kressley of TV show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy as he poses for a photo at the Melbourne Cup Carnival

"Some gay men are very, very boring and very badly dressed."

Cruise ship hit by 160km/h winds, massive waves

The Anthem of the Seas

Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas sails into hurricane-force winds

Fuel is cheap...time to buy something silly?

SUPERCAR SHOPPING: Low oil prices are here to stay and hopefully cheap fuel too: how about that Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Roadster you've always wanted?

Is now the perfect time to buy a heavy drinking supercar?

KFC wedding photo captures attention of the world

The picture of the happy couple in front of Colonel Sanders' face has gone viral.

"I've always had a special relationship with KFC"

VIDEO: Cannibal snake filmed eating fellow serpent alive

A small eyed snake eating another small eyed snake.

Disturbing act caught on film in Toowoomba

Pastor Dave Woodward hosts Biker Blessing with a message

Pastor Dave Woodward gears up for the Biker Blessing at the Door of Hope church in Maryborough on Sunday. Photo: Jocelyn Watts / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The Church of Christ clergy man held a Bikers Blessing on Sunday

Mayor forced to remove nude art from Facebook

Lismore Gallery Director Brett Adlington with the No Human Being Is Illegal (in all our glory) exhibition which has caught the eye of the Lismore community. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Mayor angry over FB warning. NOTE: Story contains nude photo.

Mile-high skyscraper in Tokyo set to be world's tallest

It will be 1700m when built

Planned skyscraper in Tokyo could be twice as tall as Burj Khalifa

Noosa's Jo Beth to face first solo tucker trial tonight

Noosa's Jo Beth Taylor pictured as she prepares to face her first solo tucker trial on the TV series I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

THE mum will have to face extreme heights to win food for the camp.

Cheban to teach rich kids how to 'survive' being wealthy

Jonathan Cheban will teach rich kids in New York how to pick the best diamonds and caviar.

Celeb to teach kids how to pick diamonds, eat caviar, choose a jet

Here Come The Habibs rates well, but divides viewers

Tyler De Nawi, Michael Denkha, Camilla Ah Kin, Sam Alhaje and Kat Hoyos star in the TV series Here Come The Habibs.

NEW culture-clash comedy stars a Lebanese-Australian family.

MKR viewers annoyed when Gianni and Zana smash it

My Kitchen Rules contestants Gianni and Zana pictured during their instant restaurant in Melbourne.

SOCIAL media lights up when reality TV villain proves she can cook.

Sofia Vergara's medical aid for drunk wedding guests

Julie Bowen and Sofia Vergara

Sofia Vergara supplied IV fluids for drunk guests at wedding

Rebel Wilson propositioned by bartender

Rebel Wilson thinks being famous makes dating "way harder"

Coles dumps most annoying part of self-serve checkout

Self service checkouts, annoying yet convenient.

Unexpected item at self-serve checkouts? Those days could be over

Simple 15-minute test a ticket to instant happiness

TAKE THE TEST: Researcher Paula Loveday is looking into happiness. Journalist Kathy Sundstrom (left) is put through happiness testing by Paula.

Could a 15-minute exercise be the key to instant happiness?

Tiny, rare albino turtle found on Sunshine Coast beach

A rare albino turtle found on the Sunshine Coast. Photo: Adrienne Savage via Facebook

Alby was one of 122 hatchlings making journey from nest

Bechtel selling wacky and wonderful items in Gladstone

NEED a steel igloo? What about a ute or an SUV? Find it all here.

Instagram offers same multiple account move as Twitter

An Instagram feed shown on an iPhone 4s.

The social media platform made this announcement this morning.

Rise in job ads points to employment growth to come

For the year to January, job ads increased by 10.8%

Could refugees fill the gaps left by mining downturn?

POSSIBLE SOLUTION: Federal Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry believes serious consideration should be given to settling refugees in regional areas.

Inviting refugees to regional areas could fill hole left by mines

Owners need to impress as competition tougher than ever

INCENTIVES: Penny Wood Lane principal Paul Bryan believes landlords need to set themselves apart in order to secure tenants.

First impressions count, particularly when the competition is tough

Medicals miss some cases of black lung

BACK ON THE RADAR: A sixth confirmed case of black lung has renewed interest in the health hazards of coal mining.

Professor David Cliff says black lung disease has always been around