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How FNQ will welcome VIP world leaders

SKY HIGH security measures are in place as Cairns prepares to host some of the world's most powerful leaders - so what can residents expect? Read more

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Where to mark Centenary of Armistice in Cairns this weekend

THE Far North is commemorating 100 years since the end of World War I. Here is where you can pay your respects.

Plans afoot for city's northern thoroughfare

THERE are plenty of ideas on how to ease traffic congestion along the Captain Cook Highway, but will they work?

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How a frog might halt wind farm

COULD a rare species of frog stand in the way of a multimillion-dollar wind farm planned for the Tablelands?

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Happy ending for dogs' tale

THE five puppies and dog who were rescued from a Woree home after being found severely emaciated are on the road to recovery, but they need your help.

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Video of the Day

Shocking footage shows police tackling a man during a serious incident in Melbourne CBD.

Video:  Terror on Bourke St



Magic event for business leaders

HE may be more at home on the stage creating some of the world's most epic illusions but last night an Aussie magician became the darling of Cairns' business community.

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Islamic State claims Melbourne attack

ISLAMIC State has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in Melbourne yesterday afternoon, with police confirming the rampage as a "terror incident".

Eco Fashion Week at risk over stoush

A FEUD between a Mossman florist and the founder of Eco Fashion Week Australia could damage the Port Douglas event's future. So what is behind the fight?

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Taipans' outlook is dire after loss No. 5

THE Cairns Taipans have dropped their last five NBL games and now face a must win game this Sunday afternoon against defending champions Melbourne United.

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Trainer turns to lucky charm hoop

VETERAN hoop Bonnie Thomson will have her work cut out for her when she saddles Lady Yendor on Sunday's Pallarenda Stakes 2YO Fillies Maiden Plate.

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