Climbers descend on Pomona

Hundreds of runners will subject themselves to a gruelling 4.2km near-vertical challenge as they take on the King of the Mountain at Mt Cooroora on Sunday.

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Noosa cook may win MasterChef

FINAL FOUR: MasterChef Australia's final four contestants, from left, Harry Foster, Elena Duggan, Elise Franciskovic and Matt Sinclair.

Noosa cook may win MasterChef

The bats are back in Wallace Park

THEY’RE BACK: The bats are back near houses in Wallace Park.

Residents being woken by 'dulcet tones and smell of bats'

Three mines breach coal dust levels

More coal trains, like this one, will become a reality on the Central Highalnds, but primary producers are calling for the state government to create a single rail corridor for three separate lines. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

Threat of black lung hasn't taught all mines a lesson

Toowoomba milk powder plant a positive for dairy industry

Dairyfarmers involved in planning of innovative project

Why being lazy at work is a good thing

Most won't praise laziness for fear of being unemployable

Work starts on $15M Caloundra apartment building

Turning the first sod at the Aqua View Apartments site in Kings Beach are (from left) husband-and-wife developers Alex Yuan and Stella Sun with construction company Tomkins director Mike Tomkins and Councillor Tim Dwyer.

Developers excited about addition to Kings Beach skyline

Billion dollar plan gets RAAF base flying high

MOVING: Wing Commander Scott Winchester discusses the billion dollar developments that are underway at RAAF Base Amberley.

Work underway on the first of many key projects at the base

Iwasaki's 9 month target for state approval for new resort

The Capricorn Resort recently announced it's closure.

A new resort could be approved in nine months

Why the government pursued a family business for over a year

RUBBISH: J and L Transport’s Jeff Judson is not happy about the time and money his non-smoking family had to spend fighting a fine for an alleged dropped cigarette butt.

A family business of non-smokers was pursued for nearly a year

Jobs Queensland is a 'laughing stock': Bleijie

WHITE ELEPHANT: Jobs Queensland, based in the Ipswich Icon Tower, has created no jobs and has met with ridicule from the LNP.

Labor project struggling to get off the ground

UPDATE: Man named in search for car-theft shooter

A would-be thief has shot the owner of a car he was trying to steal

Brisbane doctors in first for pre-birth operations

Doctors performed Australia-first spinal operation on unborn baby

ABS launches enormous ad campaign to remind us of the census

Don't forget that August 9 is census night

Driving on the phone collapses $45m drug empire

Texting while driving.

Sydney police have closed an alleged $45 million drug operation

Just one vote separates candidates in Herbert

Ewen Jones had taken a one-vote lead in the seat of Herbert

Thousands rally to mourn dead greyhounds

Animal lovers rallied yesterday to mourn thousands of greyhounds

MH370 pilot practiced 'suicide route' before disappearance

Captain of MH370 practised crashing into the Indian Ocean

Reno stars want tradies to focus a little more on one thing

The Demmrichs want Tradies to look after their most important tool

Death toll hits 150 in Chinese floods

Floods caused by heavy rainfall in north and central have killed more than 70 people, leaving many missing and hundreds of thousands homeless according to local reports.

Death toll from flooding in north and central China expected to rise

Munich: Closer links to white terrorism than ISIS

Police piecing together a profile of the gunman whose rampage at a Munich mall Friday left nine people dead described him Saturday as a lone, depression-plagued teenager.

On Friday, Ali David Sonboly prepared for what lay ahead.

ISIS terror bombing on Muslims leaves 80 dead

So-called Islamic State (IS) has claimed responsability for the attack.

At least 80 people have been killed and more than 230 injured

China removes surface-to-air missiles from contested zone

Pudong in Shanghai in January 2014. Photo Contributed

China has removed surface-to-air missiles from a disputed island

Senior Malaysian politicians may defect over Govt 'theft'

Malaysian government-owned 1MDB was established in 2009 to bring long-term economic development to the country by promoting direct foreign investment and global partnership.

Senior members of Malaysia's ruling party are considering defection

World's 'most popular' torrent website shutdown

Founder and operator of torrent site could face extradition

Vintage vehicle LARC-y to make trip

Craig Seeley ready for adventure on his Larc

Amphibious vehicle makes it to its destination

Too sensual? Manu Feildel's Magnum ad creates stir

The offended person was shocked by this ad, which featured the words "Magnum for pleasure seekers".

Magnum ice cream bar was too saucy for one person.

$200 in fuel, cigarettes, ice coffee: I'll be back

Man left his driver's licence and promised he would pay

Snake on a train! Police nab slippery rail passenger

Brisbane Water Local Area Command officers nabbed this three-foot jungle python from a 20-year-old man who was proudly introducing the reptile to fellow train passengers.

Cops nab three-foot jungle python called 'Bread' from train.

Mum's third set of twins in two years

Newborns Darla and Delanie are a US mum Danesha Couch's third set of twins.

"I said, 'This is not happening right now. Pinch me.'"

Elise's emotional exit from MasterChef quarter finals

MasterChef Australia Top 4 contestant Elise Franciskovic.

CAIRNS cook struggles after receiving letter from fiance.

Bindi Irwin: ‘I feel like I’ve lived 10 lives in one lifetime’

Bindi meets her fans.

Today she turns 18 but Bindi's life has been full of experiences

Day 2 Splendour Pictures

Sticky Fingers perform at Splendour in the Grass 2016. Photo Marc Stapelberg / The Northern Star

Splendour in the Grass Day 2 covered in pictures.

WATCH: News reader tries her hand at hardcore shooter, Doom

Veteran journo and noob gamer takes a shot at Doom

What's on the small screen this week

MasterChef Australia's final four contestants, from left, Harry Foster, Elena Duggan, Elise Franciskovic and Matt Sinclair.

MASTERCHEF makes way for The Bachelor on Ten's reality TV slate.

Guy Sebastian a hit at Splendour in the Grass

Guy Sebastian performs at Splendour in the Grass with Paces.

REALITY TV judge a hit with festival crowd.