Space junk identified at Yambuk by Australian Space Agency

A year-long mystery has been solved after residents of a coastal took it upon themselves to collect a strange black cylinder wedged into a beach waterway. Yambuk resident Matt King said he found the unidentified object in September 2021 while walking his dogs along the beach. He had no idea what the “weird bit of … Read more

Drift restaurant removal after 2022 Brisbane floods cost taxpayers $3.8 million

Taxpayers have forked out $3.8 million to remove a flood-damaged restaurant from Brisbane’s Bicentennial Bikeway and river after it was damaged in this year’s floods. Key points: The 200-tonne structure was pushed up onto the Bicentennial Bikeway during flooding earlier this year The state government in March instructed the Queensland Reconstruction Authority to use its … Read more

Outback traveller Conrad collected three trailers of rubbish while driving along 1,300km track

Central Australia is known for rugged landscapes and hidden beauty in the outback, but some travelers are better at preserving the environment than others. Conrad McKee recently took up the challenge of driving the Anne Beadell Highway. The isolated unsealed track runs over 1,300 kilometers from Coober Pedy in South Australia to the Western Australian … Read more

NSW flood victims return home to wreckage as Hunter residents told threat not over

Flood-affected New South Wales residents have been reminded to stay vigilant with flood levels of the Hunter region still rising and full river falling very slowly in other parts of the state. Key points: Moderate to major flooding remains for parts of Sydney and NSW More residents are returning to their ruined homes and businesses … Read more

Wild wet weather smashes Adelaide as emergency services work to clean up damage while bracing for more rain

Adelaide has seen its wettest 24 hours this year, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. Key points: Strong winds and heavy rain caused havoc across the region Some towns have received up to 80mm of rain The SES warns people to prepare for more wild weather ahead A BOM spokesperson said the city had received … Read more

Sunken luxury yacht wreckage at Yeppoon removed after four day operation, but still unclear who will foot the bill

Wreckage from a sunken luxury yacht at central Queensland beach is expected to be completely cleared by authorities today, after a four-day clean-up effort, but it’s still not clear who will foot the bill. Key points: The sunken yacht had sat grounded at the popular Yeppoon beach for more than two weeks MSQ took legal … Read more

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Flood-affected south-east Queenslanders disappointed at federal government’s rejection of buy-back scheme

Francisco Klobucar stands inside the frame of his Goodna property, as electrical wires hang down from the rafters. The flood-ravaged home has no ceiling, walls, insulation, or hot water but without insurance, Mr Klobucar has little choice but to continue living in the shell of what was once his home. “I don’t even know how … Read more