Big Curlew gains traction

By Paolo Zupp. The Trinity Beach community is supporting the construction of a large statue of a bush stone curlew proposed for the northern end of the esplanade. A Go-Fund-Me campaign has raised in excess of $300,000 in eight days, and the project was allegedly discussed at a Cairns Regional Council cocktail party at theContinue reading “Big Curlew gains traction”

Blither injured in bingle

By Allan Povah. A Japanese blither has been injured in a collision on McLeod Street this afternoon when she was impacted by a late-model midnight-charcoal Nissan hatchback. The driver of the car was uninjured, but her Samsung Galaxy A51 succumbed to airbag-impact complications and was pronounced dead at the scene by Korean specialists. Police haveContinue reading “Blither injured in bingle”

One-armed JT smashes Blues’ dreams, Kevvie tactics inscrutable

By Destiny Givens The Queensland Maroons prevailed 18-16 last night in Sydney to square up the 2017 Origin series. The decider will be played in three weeks in Brisbane. Jonathan Thurston (above), who was playing at some disadvantage due to the precautionary removal of his left arm at half time, was able to pot theContinue reading “One-armed JT smashes Blues’ dreams, Kevvie tactics inscrutable”

Dengue scare at Cowboys

By Destiny Givens A dengue fever scare has ripped through Cowboys headquarters, with pundits suggesting that the illness might be to blame for the disappointing loss this week against the druggish Sharks. Matt Scott, who is on long-service leave this season, has recently returned from a visit to Mexico for cosmetic surgery. Since his return.Continue reading “Dengue scare at Cowboys”

Dog chaos at Kewarra

By Allan Povah. Information is starting to emerge about the chaotic scenes that occurred during last Sunday’s community dog-walk at Kewarra beach. It has been reported that dog advocate and CEO of Cairns Pets, Kristen Fitzpatrick, was hospitalised during the event, after she became entangled and ensnared by the leashes of “several” dogs she hadContinue reading “Dog chaos at Kewarra”

James Mathison looks sideways to a better future

By Destiny Givens A new revolutionary surgical procedure has been developed by the Spinal Unit at Cairns Base Hospital. The ‘Complete Neck Augmentation’ procedure gives the chance of a normal life to the 1.5% of the population who have been born with no neck or who have contracted Neck Reduction Syndrome. It is expected toContinue reading “James Mathison looks sideways to a better future”