THE world’s first computer — the 2200-year-old Antikythera Mechanism — holds such fascination that when someone cries ‘wolf’, everybody sits up and listens.
AERO Modellers day attracts three warbirds from Caboolture for successful open day.
We are tearing down our history to make room for bigger buildings that make our suburbs all look the same
STONES inscripted with Phoenician carvings which are believed to herald the coming of a deity have been dug up on a Far Northern cane farm.
WE'VE taken a look back at Bundaberg's past events as reported through our history. Bunyips, UFOs and four-legged school lunch bandits all made the news.
REVEALED: The grand history of the Coffs Coast's pubs and hotels over the years has been brought into the spotlight in this interactive map.
MEMORIES came flooding back for Bob De Gunst when he saw a photo of cricket great Don Tallon in Monday's NewsMail.
A PUNTER who has placed over seven figures on Winx through the mare’s career broke his own eye-watering record on Saturday.
THE Wide Bay is no stranger to playing host to royalty.
BOOZE buses and Sunday sessions sound like modern-day antics, however Toowoomba resident Jim Beh is here to set the record straight.
FLASHBACK: The night explosions ripped through popular Rocky club, with near-fatal consequences
WHAT was then a sleepy seaside town was shaken on November 13, 1966, when a teenage girl was shot to death in a flat.
World War II was not the time to be growing up in Germany with Jewish blood but it's where the Fraser Coast 90-year-old's remarkable tale begins.
A LOOK at the advertisements in the Bundaberg News-Mail of August 20, 1947, reveals much about Bundaberg at the time.
Trip down memory lane in the church's past. It was closed in 2002 and has been re-opened as a wedding and events venue.
One of Grafton's oldest buildings has an intriguing history. Go behind the ornate 1800s doors and bullet-ridden walls in The Daily Examiner's exclusive tour
THE demise of an iconic hotel not only brought back memories of the dark days of the Bjelke-Petersen regime, but highlighted a modern-day town planning flaw.
The hidden treasure was discovered gathering dust in a cupboard.
HE was for a while one of the nation’s most promising politicians but Thomas Ley’s fall would end with him convicted of murder and sentenced to hang.
A MYSTERIOUS Titanic replica has found itself in the Bundaberg Auction Centre, leaving the owner and auctioneers scratching their heads.