The Central Burnett Times wrote of the historic moment nearly 40 years ago to this day.
Newspapers have been a family affair for the Gardiner family so generations.
WHAT did people do before social media gave them a quick and easy way to reach out for information?
Gidarjil Development Corporation will be launching the inaugural 1770 Cultural Connections Immersion Festival in October.
Archaeologists have made a gobsmacking discovery around the mysterious Stonehenge site that dates back thousands of years.
Miss Australia atop a humpback whale carcass, women chained to a Brisbane bar, Joh Bjelke-Petersen carried by indigenous locals – SEE THE PHOTO GALLERY
GIGANTIC predatory dinosaurs once roamed the lands that now are home to Toowoomba, Oakey and Ipswich, new research has revealed.
Morrison’s claim there was no slavery in Australia’s history is a “slight” to the South Sea islanders and Melanesians that built the North Qld’s sugar industry.
Crocodiles are some of the oldest animals on the Earth, and scientists have discovered one of their early ancestors was even closer to a dinosaur.
The vindicative killer who sent ripples through a small town and made his way into true crime history.
As the opium boom transformed Victoria’s colonial goldfields into a ramshackle maze of smoke-filled dens, hatred began to grow for the foreign drug
A 2.5m tall kangaroo weighing almost 300kg and a 7m crocodile have been discovered along with 16 other massive Australian animals.
Lisa Wilkinson says an eye-opening journey into her family history has strengthened her admiration for the women before her.
Prince William and Kate Middleton married at Westminster Abbey on this day in 2011, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
‘Follow guidelines’: Warwick residents reflect on parallels from past outbreaks in the region.
Stargazers will be greeted by a bigger, brighter moon tonight but contrary to the name, it won't be pink. Here's why.
While for many people, this is the first time they’ve endured a major health crisis, it isn’t the first time Bundaberg has experienced one.
Descendants of officers shot by Ned Kelly and his gang at Stringybark Creek Reserve near Mansfield are reeling after the site was disturbed.
Ted Bullpitt must be spinning in his grave – but it is too late for him to tell the boss of General Motors: “You’re not taking the Kingswood!”
Did you know there were two Holocausts: one perpetrated against the Jews by Hitler and his Nazi henchmen and one perpetrated against ethnic Poles by Stalin.