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14 January 2018 6:05 AM Two workers dead after being overcome by fumes in tank on central Queensland coast

Two men have died after being overcome by fumes while inside a tank on Saturday night. Emergency services were called to Sarina Beach, about 37 kilometres south of Mackay just before 9pm. Police said the bodies of the two workers, aged 48 and 52, were retrieved from inside one of the two tanks. A spokesman for Workplace Health and Safety Queensland said the two tanks 8

10 December 2017 2:09 AM Nannup cult leader 'paranoid, delusional and could have been a psychopath'

Police clinical psychologist Kris Giesen believes that the Nannup cult members are likely dead based on evidence she examined on the group's disappearance. A significant factor for Ms Giesen was that Chantelle and Leela McDougall had not been in contact with Ms McDougall's mother. In the lead up to the disappearance, Ms Giesen also said that Antonio 83

1 November 2017 12:52 AM Bloodbath in downtown New York City after driver mows down pedestrians and cyclists

THE ‘lone wolf terrorist’ who mowed down cyclists and pedestrians before smashing into a school bus, killing eight and injuring a dozen more, left a note pledging allegiance to IS. At least eight people are dead after Sayfullo Saipov, 29, drove the wrong way at high speed down a bike path in Battery Park City near the World Trade Centre site at 3.15pm local 150

28 October 2017 10:11 AM Plane crash kills two on the NSW Mid North Coast

FOLLOWING the death of his beloved wife Kym three years ago, Grant Burley had been slowly trying to rebuild his life. For a while the Sydney businessman looked like he had another shot at happiness after meeting his new girlfriend, Klaire Sampson. But in May last year tragedy struck again when Ms Sampson died after a motorcycle accident. Now Mr Burley 73

26 October 2017 5:17 PM Catalan leader rules out snap elections as crisis deepens

Catalonia's secessionist leader held back Thursday from calling a snap regional election to ease tensions as Madrid moved to seize control of the region. Carles Puigdemont said he had considered calling polls to stave off the central government's takeover bid, but received "no guarantees" to make this possible. It was now up to the Catalan regional parliament 103

26 October 2017 11:07 AM Indonesia fireworks factory explosion kills at least 47, dozens more injured

At least 47 people have been killed in an explosion and fire at a fireworks factory near Jakarta, police say. Bodies are still being recovered from the building, and police said they were trying to locate dozens of employees who worked there. Police said there were 103 workers at the factory in the city of Tangerang, 25 kilometres west of the capital 83

25 October 2017 11:40 PM Abuse redress scheme won't include victims of child sex abuse who have been convicted of offences

People who were abused in state or foster care but later went on to themselves be convicted of sex offences should not be denied access to compensation for crimes committed against them, advocates have said. The Federal Government has tabled a bill in the House of Representatives for a national redress scheme for victims of sexual abuse carried out in Commonwealth 25

25 October 2017 12:46 AM NSW tourist Prue Elizabeth Harvey ‘batters Zombie rider’ in Florida

NSW tourist Prue Elizabeth Harvey faces a serious battery charge in Florida after allegedly pushing over a female cyclist during the popular Zombie Bike Ride. Harvey allegedly yelled “fall bitch” before shoving the 68-year-old female cyclist to the ground in Key West on Sunday, the Miami-Herald reports. Harvey, 32, from Yamba, was in Key West to attend 103

22 October 2017 6:52 AM No bodies found in trawler wreckage

Police divers have found no trace of four men, lost at sea when their fishing trawler overturned, after searching the sunken wreckage off the Queensland coast. The sea-cucumber trawler FV Dianne overturned in treacherous conditions near the town of 1770 on Monday night. Ruben McDornan managed to get clear of the sinking vessel but skipper Ben Leahy 44

21 October 2017 7:56 PM Fishing trawler Dianne: Search continues after two bodies recovered

Police divers will continue the search for four men whose fishing trawler sank off the central Queensland coast after the bodies of two fishermen were retrieved yesterday. It took several dives to locate the bodies and the first was found in the wheelhouse of the vessel, police said. The trawler 'Dianne' sank in heavy seas on Monday night north of the town of Seventeen 29