WHEN Coca Cola tried to be friendly by writing a greeting on one of its vending machines it ended up shocking customers with a grim message.
A NEW trial uses a futuristic method to ease traffic congestion.
IN A bizarre coincidence after Terry Gall and Barry Sutherland reunited in Toowoomba, they discovered they were only meters away from each other a year earlier.
IF YOU thought resorts on party islands were all about nudity, boozing and staff sleeping with guests, you were absolutely right.
A COUPLE is making a five-day journey from Brisbane to Mataranka to rescue their beloved 18-year-old cat Spike.
A TOOWOOMBA man has had a close brush with death after a truck he was overtaking failed to spot him.
STAUNCH Monarchists, maybe don’t read this. We take a colourful look at the second-best royal wedding of the year.
IF you’re telling the truth in job interviews, you’re doing it wrong, writes Jill Poulsen. Here’s some excellent porkies to get you started.
AUSTRALIAN fugitive Shaun Davidson has again taunted police on social media more than a year after breaking out of Bali’s infamous Kerobokan prison.
WHEN video of this plane passenger was shared online, thousands of people responded with anger — and disgust.
SCOTT Sewell’s rookie error when renting a car left him black-listed with a $1400 bill. It’s something we probably do all the time.
"We've lost all our blueberries, the strawberries are all finished and it looks as though our lavenders are smashed to bits."
TINY choices, such as writing with a black pen rather than blue, can make a difference in HSC exams.
WHILE Australia is seen as a geologically stable continent, experts have revealed Australia is at risk of a devastating tsunami.
DUBBED the “mega city of the future”, but there’s one big reason tech leaders are pulling out of the ambitious $500 billion project.
IT TURNS out one of Australia’s favourite foods — which vegans have been eating for years — may not actually be vegan at all.
Former Caloundra police Senior Sergeant Gavin Ricketts has slammed the behaviour of Double Island Point hoons he says are risking young lives.
A MAJOR football team have decided upon a drastic measure in an attempt to combat anti-Semitism at the club.
COREY Donaldson threatened to blow up a bank unless money was handed over. What he did with the cash set him apart from others.
A MAJORITY of Australians now claim their lunch is being stolen from an office fridge, and many have confessed to taking others’ meals and snacks.