Sophie Collombet: How many walked past the dying student?

LOTS of people walked right past a naked Sophie Collombet on a park bench along the Brisbane River.

Man suffers severe facial injury in CBD assault

CRIME SCENE: A man suffered serious head injuries in an assault in Coffs Harbour last night.

Man suffers severe facial injury in CBD assault

Appeal for information over assault on woman

Police are appealing for information in relation to an assault on a woman in Woolgoolga in February.

Police release description of man wanted over assault

Tributes paint bright picture of Coutts Crossing mum

Gay Ebeling from Woolworths speaks at the funeral of Jodie Spears.

Woolworths colleagues among mourners to pay tribute to Jodie Spears

Staring into the eye of a 36-tonne humpback

Coffs Harbour videographer Brett Vercoe has captured an extraordinarily close underwater encounter with humpback whales in Tonga.

Ultimate whale encounter captured by Coffs local Brett Vercoe.

Even the brave are in need of support

SUPPORTING THE BRAVE: Olga Szymfeld, Lisa Hall BM and Sue Butler will start a support group for Australian Bravery Awardees.

On the night of November 19, 2006, Lisa Hall's life changed forever.

Groundwork for multi-million dollar airport upgrade begins

UPGRADE BEGINS: A $6.5 million upgrade to the Coffs Harbour Regional Airport has started. Airport Manager Dennis Martin, with Member for Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser and Regional Development Minister John Barilaro today.

Work to $6.5million airport upgrade begins

Greens fight and fuss but shark nets are coming

The NSW Government has vowed to reintroduce old-style mesh shark nets to North Coast beaches.

Mesh shark nets almost certain to arrive at North Coast beaches

Local stars making a Rally Australia splash

AWESOME: Woolgoolga driver Mark Beard will be among a number of local entrants racing in the Kennards Hire Rally Australia.

Local talent in Rally Australia entry list among the WRC stars.

Young voices on the old airwaves

Year 2 Narranga school students on radio at CHYFM - Charlotte Rawson, Kallen Rau and Theo Holmes - with announcer Julie Moore.

These eight-year-olds are running their own radio show.

Helping Pacific communities recycle plastic

Louise Hardman with the manufacturers at All Metal Fabrications.

Local woman is determined to do something about ocean debris.

Talk of revolt as fishers drown in bureaucracy

The fishing industry says NSW's already diminutive domestic seafood intake is about to drop even further.

Imported muck on menu as NSW fishers forced from jobs

Bald-faced banana benders eye NSW businesses

QUEENSLAND CALLING: They want NSW businesses to move up north.

Queensland Premier launches shameless plan to steal NSW businesses

Underpaid blueberry pickers forced to work 36 days straight

Blueberry farm

WORKERS on a Coffs Coast farm were forced to work 36 days straight

Woolworths' "sneaky" reaction to people buying other milk

Woolworths is accused of being "sneaky" for selling its own range of "Farmers' Own Milk" to make money off shoppers who are opting not to buy Woolworths' brand of milk.

The product’s label shows it is actually produced by Woolworths.

Team Scotland to train UK eyes on the Sunshine Coast

ELATED: Team Scotland will call the Sunshine Coast home ahead of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

Commonwealth Games training squad to draw UK focus

iPhone 7 Plus' coolest camera feature released

Beautiful blur 'bokeh' effect now available for portraits

Wikileaks email trail puts Adani at centre

INVOLVED: A series of emails detailing efforts to stop Adani's Carmichael coal mine going ahead were forwarded to top Clinton advisor John Podesta.

WHAT does Adani, Hillary Clinton and Wikileaks have in common?

Residents send clear message to stop tower construction

Nymboida residents don't want Optus building a mobile phone tower in their neighourhood. Neighbour Anja De Boer and Michelle, Ella Grace and Nathan Pink on the property  where the proposed tower will dominate the treeline behind them.

"Most people here don't want the phone coverage"

Shanghai flight from Wellcamp makes history


TOOWOOMBA to Shanghai was displayed proudly on the Qantas A330

See the historic Toowoomba flight bound for China

First international passenger flight from Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport.

TOOWOOMBA had its eye on the sky this morning as history was made.

OPINION: The canary on the turbine - Part II

GREEN objectives out of reach as folk in La-La land commit ultimate act of madness - they're in denial.

OPINION: The canary on the turbine - Part I

(L-R) Police Commissioner Grant Stevens, SA Premier Jay Weatherill and SA Emergency Chief Chris Beattie speak to the media during a press conference in Adelaide, Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. South Australia is coming back to life after severe weather damaged energy infrastructure, shutting down the entire electricity network and plunging the state into darkness. High winds are being blamed for bringing down at least 22 transmission towers in the mid-north on Wednesday with about 80,000 lightning strikes hitting the state, some damaging generation facilities. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING

GALES of self-interest blow from every direction

OPINION: One death too many! Snake catchers should kill

A Coastal Taipan ready to strike, the same breed as the snake that bit little Agnes Water boy Eli Campbell. Source: Discovery channel.

ONE little boy is fighting for his life so one snake can roam free.

Dreamworld tragedy: Our thoughts with families, children

Clair Wooley and Lia Capes at Dreamworld spoke out about the tragedy.

No words can convey what the Dorset family are going through today

Dreamworld deaths: How could it have happened on this ride?

Thunder River Rapids is the last ride you could imagine such horror

Hillary Clinton election promises more dangerous world

Hillary Clinton

Clinton has given little attention to dangers on horizon

Schools put a ban on creepy clowns

LEAVE the creepy clown masks at home this Halloween, say some Northern Rivers schools.

Experts suggest ways to protect yourself during shark attack

Multiple people attended the scene at Lighthouse Beach where a shark attack took place around 9:30 on Monday morning. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

How you can protect yourself against sharks.

WATCH: As Knitting Nannas arrest 'Kevin Hogan'

The Knitting Nannas at Kevin Hogan's office in Molesworth St and, below left, Knitting Nanna Dororthy Moller with an 'arrest warrant for Kevin Hogan.

Group storms office in brazen stunt

Dann died 'doing what he loved'

Dann Jenkins was killed in a crash yesterday morning.

Tribute to much-loved 22-year-old Dann Jenkins, who died yesterday

Severe thunderstorms with hail and winds on horizon

A photo of tonight's storm taken from Gowrie Mountain by Matt Reeves.

Storms could hit with large hailstones, damaging winds

Shark attacks: What's behind the steep rise?

Shark attacks on people have significantly increased i

Airbnb battle destroys good relations

Residents afraid to speak out

Dreamworld: This tragedy won't stop us going back

"Dreamworld still has my support 10000% percent."

Bindi Irwin 'honoured' to make MAXIM HOT 100 list

Wildlife Warrior named among Australia's most beautiful women

Vatican: Cremated Catholics won't get "Christian funeral"

Faithful gather at the St.Peter's Place during Pope Francis's Angelus Prayer, in Vatican City, 23 October 2016

The Vatican has previously given its blessing to cremation.

'Dreamworld may never open again'

'The equipment is said by many witnesses to be ageing'

Dreamworld horror: How do you explain it to your children

For children the news may be even more shocking.

Gym junkies tricking GPs into prescribing them steroids

Vials of steroids seized in a police raid earlier this year on NSW's far north coast.

Bodybuilders are now trying to trick GPs into giving them steroids

Tributes flow for mum-of-three taken too soon

Balloons are released as the hearse pulls away from the funeral of Jodie Spears at the Christ Church Cathedral.

A mother, wife, sister, daughter and friend remembered

Former top statistician says Census name-call was illegal

Former Australian Statistician Bill McLennan fronts a parliamentary inquiry into the 2016 Census.

Former chief statistician says ABS broke public trust in 2016 Census

"It becomes more real once the police tape goes up"

Thunder River Rapids ride was next on their list to do

Strange messages from space may be aliens: study

Strange messages have been heard from outer space.

New analysis of strange modulations in a tiny set of stars

Donald Trump ahead in shock new poll

Donald Trump

Poll has been most accurate predictorof America's last three elections

Brexit placing deep strain on England-Scotland relations

Theresa May. Source AAP

UK Brexit talks fall flat as Sturgeon brands them ‘frustrating’

How to keep the Halloween zombies away

Queensland Police's offbeat advice to Trick or Treaters

Look at me! Kath and Kim home up for sale

Kath and Kim from the iconic Aussie TV series.

'Crack open the Baileys and grab a box of BBQ Shapes'

WATCH: Boxing roos caught on video

QT readers Des and Jen Price captured this confrontation between two male roos in the backyard at Redbank Plains early Monday morning.

Readers capture kangaroos fighting

Why this actress wasn't embarrassed by nude photo leak

Leslie Jones source Bang

'If you wanna see Leslie Jones naked, just ask,' she said

Need a laugh? Check out this Trump v Clinton parody

Entire world seen laughing as Republican declares respect for women

Len Wiseman files for divorce from Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale

Len Wiseman has filed for divorce from Kate Beckinsale

First look at Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life series

Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel in a scene from the TV series Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

NETFLIX drops first trailer for its revival of fan favourite.

Hugh Laurie will get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hugh Laurie

Hugh Laurie is set to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

How Kristie blind-sided everyone to win Australian Survivor

Kristie Bennett wins Australian Survivor.

FAN favourite says she was underestimated by her competitors.

Steve Irwin's final days through dad's eyes

Bob Irwin with his son Steve.

'You never expect that’s the last time you’re going to see your son'

Kristie doesn't mind being the third wheel in Survivor final

Kristie Bennett in a scene from Australian Survivor.

SOLO player will take on Survivor's power couple Lee and El tonight.