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'Extraordinarily happy': Vows to do, grandparents to meet as Victoria joins NZ travel bubble
Abigail McKinstry and Jack Drummond were among the first to take advantage of the travel bubble. They were waiting at Melbourne Airport on Monday morning for their 10.35am flight to Christchurch.

'Car completely ripped in half': Boys in the boot miraculously survive Busselton horror crash that killed two teens
Buckley Spicer, 16, and Luke Hopkins, 15, were in the back seat of a grey Ford Falcon sedan that was travelling east on Doyle Road in Kalgup about 9pm when it collided with a tree. Both of the boys died at the scene.

Gold Coast crime: Man, 43, charged after allegedly being found with child abuse material, 'childlike' sex doll
Officers from the Brisbane Joint Anti Child Exploitation Team (JACET) raided a Southport unit on March 19, after receiving a report from the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) in the United States.

Peter Gutwein's legacy the focus for both major parties in Tasmania's May 1 poll
There's a unique parallel emerging between the two major parties as they move towards the pointy end of the state election campaign. Both want Tasmanians to be focusing on the Liberal Government's legacy when they walk into the voting booth. A group of...

Quandamooka Festival

The Quandamooka Festival has commenced with celebrations across the Bayside Districts of Wynnum, Redlands and Stradbroke Island.

On Saturday, July 22 the Winnam NAIDOC Kunjiel Corroboree is here at the Wynnum Wading Pool area.
This year the celebrations are bigger and better with additional market stalls on the foreshore, family and kids activities and a short film festival. Starting at 10am until 8pm there is something for everyone. The event is free and a drug and alcohol free area. For more information go to www.quandamookafestival.com.au or call 3396 3431 if you would like to have a stall at the markets, spaces are still available.