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WAtodayBrisbane Airport international arrivals up 7 per centWAtodayAn average additional 1019 international tourists stepped off an overseas flight in Brisbane every day in 2017 looking for a koala, a beach, a rainforest, a boxing bout or a football match. The busiest day of the 2017 for those international tourists ...and more [...]
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Courier MailBrisbane traffic: Rider fighting for life, crashes create M1 standstillCourier MailA TRUCK rollover closed four lanes of the M1 this afternoon, causing a peak hour standstill. Four northbound lanes were closed at Slacks Creek, near Logan, causing more than 15km of backed-up traffic to Eagleby just after 4pm. Paramedics were on the ...and more [...]
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Illawarra MercuryJetGo cancels Saturday flight to Brisbane due to low demandIllawarra MercuryThe cancellation of the Saturday service comes less than three months after the regional airline launched daily flights to Brisbane and Melbourne from the Illawarra Regional Airport. Its Melbourne services remain unchanged, with flights to Brisbane ... [...]
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NEWS.com.auBrisbane Roar embarrassed in 3-2 AFC Champions League playoff loss to Filipino club Ceres-NegrosNEWS.com.auBrisbane woke from an early slumber when they went ahead in the 35th minute through veteran striker Massimo Maccarone. But if the Roar thought the floodgates were about to open, they were sadly mistaken. Ceres-Negros equalised in the 43rd minute after ...Embarrassing Brisbane sent packing by Filipino side in ACL | : The ...SBS - The World GameACL: Brisbane Roar v Ceres-Negros [...]
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Brisbane TimesFire breaks out at Brisbane polystyrene factoryBrisbane TimesFire crews are battling a blaze at a polystyrene factory in Brisbane's south, with nearby residents warned to close their windows. Emergency services were called to Ingham Road at Acacia Ridge after reports the factory was on fire just after 9am ...Acacia Ridge factory fire causes huge plumes of smokeCourier MailFiries battle Brisbane factory blazeNEWS.com.auall 4 news articles [...]
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Domain News'No one's doing apartments anymore': Big Brisbane builders search for new projectsDomain NewsWhile the spectre of oversupply has caused a sharp decline in commencements in Brisbane, the Gold Coast is losing steam too, albeit for another reason. “The Gold Coast has been going like a firecracker… it's been going strong but that's been coming ...and more [...]
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ABC OnlineBrisbane Roar's peeling shirt numbers, shock loss to Ceres causes Asian Champions League embarrassmentABC OnlineThe Roar's golden days of old look miles away after a night of football that has peeled strips from the brand of both the Brisbane club and the A-League in Asia. Fronting up for an Asian Champions League group-stage qualifier against Filipino minnow ...Brisbane Roar provides an 'embarrassing' new low for Australian footballNEWS.com.auA-League clubs in the Asian Champions League: Brisbane [...]
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Courier MailAcacia Ridge factory fire causes huge plumes of smokeCourier MailTHICK black smoke is billowing into the sky in Brisbane's south, with reports of a factory fire. Emergency services were called to the Acacia Ridge Polystyrene factory at about 9.20am. A police spokeswoman said it was “well alight” and a Queensland ...and more [...]
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Herald SunDavis Cup: Germany shock as Mischa Zverev to miss first-round tie against Australia in BrisbaneHerald SunMISCHA Zverev, the man at the centre of a record Australian Open fine controversy, has been left out of Germany's team to face Australia in Davis Cup battle in Brisbane next week. AUSSIE SQUAD: Ebden overlooked as De Minaur lines up. INJURY CURSE ...and more [...]
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Courier MailApplication lodged to upgrade a waterside eyesore on Brisbane's baysideCourier MailAn application for a seafood restaurant and takeaway at 18 Fox St, Wynnum, has been lodged with Brisbane City Council. The property currently houses a rundown seafood market, which Brisbane City Councillor Peter Cumming (Wynnum Manly) said had sat ... [...]
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The Sunshine Coast DailyCoast event manager acquires Brisbane running eventThe Sunshine Coast DailyBUDERIM-based events manager Atlas Multisports has taken the reins of Brisbane Marathon Festival. Run by events specialists Jason and Lisa Crowther, Atlas Multisports aims to double entries over the next two years from its current figure of 5000 ...and more [...]
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NEWS.com.auBrisbane Roar provides an 'embarrassing' new low for Australian footballNEWS.com.auThe shirt numbers of Roar player Ivan Franjic are seen to dislodge.Source:AAP. BRISBANE Roar coach John Aloisi says the club's embarrassing AFC Champions League loss won't be the catalyst for his resignation. Aloisi's men were upset 3-2 by unfancied ...Brisbane Roar, Asian Champions League kit number farce: Roar apologise to UmbroFox SportsBrisbane Roar's peeling shirt numbers, shock loss to Ceres causes Asian Champions League embarrassmentABC OnlineA-League [...]
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Man repeatedly stabbed at Brisbane homeNEWS.com.auMan repeatedly stabbed at Brisbane home. Police are interviewing a woman after a man was repeatedly stabbed in the torso at a Brisbane home. Australian Associated PressJanuary 24, 20188:37am. A man has been repeatedly stabbed in the torso in an ...and more [...]
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Man repeatedly stabbed at Brisbane homeNEWS.com.auMan repeatedly stabbed at Brisbane home. Police are interviewing a woman after a man was repeatedly stabbed in the torso at a Brisbane home. Australian Associated PressJanuary 24, 20188:37am. A man has been repeatedly stabbed in the torso in an ... [...]
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Fox SportsA-League clubs in the Asian Champions League: Brisbane Roar enter hall of shameFox SportsOver the history of A-League clubs competing in the continent's most prestigious tournament, there have been wins over powerhouses Guangzhou Evergrande, FC Seoul, Shanghai SIPG, Pohang Steelers, Gamba Osaka and Urawa Red Diamonds. But on Tuesday night ...and more [...]
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Courier MailBrisbane Roar embarrassed in 3-2 AFC Champions League playoff loss to Filipino club Ceres-NegrosCourier MailBrisbane woke from an early slumber when they went ahead in the 35th minute through veteran striker Massimo Maccarone. But if the Roar thought the floodgates were about to open, they were sadly mistaken. Ceres-Negros equalised in the 43rd minute after ...Embarrassing Brisbane sent packing by Filipino side in ACL | : The ...SBS - The World GameACL: Brisbane Roar [...]
Tue, Jan 23, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Brisbane TimesAvocados off the menu as price surge hits Brisbane cafesBrisbane TimesAvocado prices have skyrocketed after a drop in supply, leading some Brisbane cafe owners to take the popular breakfast option off the menu. Dudley Street Espresso owner Leticia Cowburn said the cost of wholesale avocados had risen sharply in the past ...and more [...]
Tue, Jan 23, 2018, Continue reading at the source
SBS - The World GameBrisbane sent packing by Filipino side in ACLSBS - The World GameBrisbane, who sit eighth in the A-League with four wins and four draws from 17 games this season, opened the scoring through Massimo Maccarone but had little else to smile about in front of just 1279 fans. A double to Spaniard Bienvenido Maranon put ...Brisbane Roar embarrassed in 3-2 AFC Champions League playoff loss to Filipino club Ceres-NegrosCourier MailBrisbane Roar [...]
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Courier MailWeather could rain on southeast Queensland's Australia Day paradeCourier MailQUEENSLANDERS should soak up the sun while they still can, with showers expected to put a dampener on Australia Day. The mercury in the River City is expected to climb to 31C today, while the Gold Coast should hit a top of 30C. There are no showers ...and more [...]
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The Sydney Morning HeraldMasseur sexually assaulted three clients at Brisbane parlour, police allegeThe Sydney Morning HeraldA masseur has been charged with rape and sexual assault after complaints were made to police by three clients who received a massage at a parlour in Brisbane's north. It will be alleged the man sexually assaulted three women on three separate occasions ... [...]
Tue, Jan 23, 2018, Continue reading at the source