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Supercars to revv up in Townsville for a second time
It has struck a deal to hold back-to-back weekends of Supercars action at Reid Park. The state government, Townsville City Council and Supercars will bring the second weekend of racing to September 5 and 6, bringing an end to the ultimate fortnight of elite...

Koalas' bushfire recovery diet a cause for hope
Research by a team of scientists that saved dozens of koalas during the Black Summer fires is challenging long-held assumptions about their diet and may explain how healthy-looking animals are emerging from severely burnt landscapes. Scientists and...

Rio Tinto's JS Jacques still blaming everyone else
Rio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sébastien Jacques will appear on Friday morning before the Australian Parliament's inquiry into the destruction of the Juukan Gorge caves. However, the inquiry's chairman, Liberal MP Warren Entsch, effectively opened...

Cyber spy agency to be called in to protect critical infrastructure
Operators of the nation's critical infrastructure will be forced to pass on information about cyber attacks to the Australian Signals Directorate, and potentially allow the cyber spy agency into their networks to fend off major hacks. Company directors will also...

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.