Brisbane's super storm captured on video

STORIES of yesterday afternoon's severe storm in Brisbane are emerging in the aftermath of a city-wide clean up mission.
STORIES of yesterday afternoon's severe storm in Brisbane are emerging in the aftermath of a city-wide clean up mission.
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PHILLIP Hughes was a grounded young man, who never lost his passion for life on the land as his cricketing career took off. PHILLIP Hughes was a grounded young man, who never lost his passion for life on the land as his cricketing career took off.
BIOTECH company ART and Chinese dairy giant Shanghai Dairy are setting up a lab near Shanghai to accelerate herd growth using IVF technology. BIOTECH company ART and Chinese dairy giant Shanghai Dairy are setting up a lab near Shanghai to accelerate herd growth using IVF technology.
THE chief of Australia's biggest sheep research body can't understand why so many Merino sheep breeders continue to ignore genetic selection tools. THE chief of Australia's biggest sheep research body can't understand why so many Merino sheep breeders continue to ignore genetic selection tools.
ALTHOUGH global confidence in ag machinery has weakened, no-one visiting the EIMA expo in Italy could come away with a negative view. ALTHOUGH global confidence in ag machinery has weakened, no-one visiting the EIMA expo in Italy could come away with a negative view.
IRRIGATORS have brushed off suggestions from Premier Campbell Newman that a simple tariff switch could save them 30 per cent on their electricity bills.
3:00 AM IRRIGATORS have brushed off suggestions from Premier Campbell Newman that a simple tariff switch could save them 30 per cent on their electricity bills.
IT is a grim prediction but one of Australia's leading climatologists has warned the El Nino now affecting much of Queensland has a slight chance of remaining beyond autumn 2015.
3:00 AM  1 IT is a grim prediction but one of Australia's leading climatologists has warned the El Nino now affecting much of Queensland has a slight chance of remaining beyond autumn 2015.
THE passing of water reforms in Queensland parliament is yet another step in the over-empowerment of resource industries over agriculture, according to Dalby-based lawyer Peter Shannon.
27 Nov 14  1 THE passing of water reforms in Queensland parliament is yet another step in the over-empowerment of resource industries over agriculture, according to Dalby-based lawyer Peter Shannon.
THEY'VE been rallying 10 long, hard years for the federal government to improve telecommunications and now these not-so-jolly-swagmen are begging: bring Malcolm Turnbull to the outback.
27 Nov 14  1 THEY'VE been rallying 10 long, hard years for the federal government to improve telecommunications and now these not-so-jolly-swagmen are begging: bring Malcolm Turnbull to the outback.
IT fell from the sky but wasn't the sort of moisture Tony Romeo was looking for.
27 Nov 14 IT fell from the sky but wasn't the sort of moisture Tony Romeo was looking for.
FRESH doubts have emerged about the level of protection available to landholders living within the Strategic Cropping Land (SCL) or Priority Agricultural Areas under the Regional Planning Interests Act enacted in June this year.
27 Nov 14 FRESH doubts have emerged about the level of protection available to landholders living within the Strategic Cropping Land (SCL) or Priority Agricultural Areas under the Regional...
THE Queensland Dorper and White Dorper ram and ewe sale, at the Tara Showgrounds on Saturday achieved a 51 per cent clearance.
27 Nov 14 THE Queensland Dorper and White Dorper ram and ewe sale, at the Tara Showgrounds on Saturday achieved a 51 per cent clearance.
Sheep - Meat
STORM season is fast approaching and the State Emergency Service is encouraging households to make sure they have prepared an emergency kit.
26 Nov 14 STORM season is fast approaching and the State Emergency Service is encouraging households to make sure they have prepared an emergency kit.
25 Nov 14 POLICE are investigating a fatal traffic crash that occurred at Kogan near Dalby this morning.
25 Nov 14 UPDATED 3pm: A TEYS Australia meat processing plant employee has died following a single vehicle traffic crash at Lakes Creek.
CLERMONT graziers Carl and Andrea Moller have taken a deep breath and plunged into the non-HGP world for their young bullocks.
25 Nov 14 CLERMONT graziers Carl and Andrea Moller have taken a deep breath and plunged into the non-HGP world for their young bullocks.
WARWICK livestock producers say they are being asked to do more with less when it comes to livestock biosecurity management in southern Queensland.
25 Nov 14 WARWICK livestock producers say they are being asked to do more with less when it comes to livestock biosecurity management in southern Queensland.
THE outback Queensland town of Longreach has set an unwelcome record, with the temperature topping 40 degrees on 11 consecutive November days for the first time in the region.
24 Nov 14  7 THE outback Queensland town of Longreach has set an unwelcome record, with the temperature topping 40 degrees on 11 consecutive November days for the first time in the region.
BIRDSVILLE parents had their anxiety alleviated when Rex Air announced it would open discussion on pulling discount student flights.
24 Nov 14 BIRDSVILLE parents had their anxiety alleviated when Rex Air announced it would open discussion on pulling discount student flights.
THE thought of being surrounded by ocean with nothing more than your kayak, best mate and five litres of fresh drinking water would spur many people to reminisce of movie scenes involving Tom Hanks and a sturdy volleyball named Wilson.
23 Nov 14  1 THE thought of being surrounded by ocean with nothing more than your kayak, best mate and five litres of fresh drinking water would spur many people to reminisce of movie scenes...
QUEENSLAND legal pioneer, Vicki Jackson of Rockhampton, has been named this year's Agnes McWhinney Award winner.
23 Nov 14 QUEENSLAND legal pioneer, Vicki Jackson of Rockhampton, has been named this year's Agnes McWhinney Award winner.
A COWBOY from Proserpine and cowgirl from Wandoan lead the rookie standings after the first half of the APRA season.
22 Nov 14 A COWBOY from Proserpine and cowgirl from Wandoan lead the rookie standings after the first half of the APRA season.
OUTBACK Queensland tourism operators have been recognised at the Outback Queensland Tourism Awards, which were held on Saturday, November 15, in Charleville.
22 Nov 14 OUTBACK Queensland tourism operators have been recognised at the Outback Queensland Tourism Awards, which were held on Saturday, November 15, in Charleville.
AUSTRALIA'S newest full-scale commercial airport opened at Toowoomba on Monday, ushering in a new era of passenger travel and export freight opportunities for the Darling Downs.
22 Nov 14 AUSTRALIA'S newest full-scale commercial airport opened at Toowoomba on Monday, ushering in a new era of passenger travel and export freight opportunities for the Darling Downs.
MORE than 25,000 jobs are set to disappear from the Surat Basin as the coal seam gas industry transitions from the construction to production phase.
21 Nov 14  1 MORE than 25,000 jobs are set to disappear from the Surat Basin as the coal seam gas industry transitions from the construction to production phase.
CLERMONT district beef producers have been left reeling at the Newman government's decision to bankroll infrastructure needed to transport coal from Indian-owned Carmichael mine to Abbot Point.
21 Nov 14  5 CLERMONT district beef producers have been left reeling at the Newman government's decision to bankroll infrastructure needed to transport coal from Indian-owned Carmichael mine to Abbot...
BLAIR Angus is exhausted after a long day processing heifers in the yards, but he can still muster enough energy to express how he feels about the FTA signed with China.
21 Nov 14  1 BLAIR Angus is exhausted after a long day processing heifers in the yards, but he can still muster enough energy to express how he feels about the FTA signed with China.
Cattle - Beef
SALLY Carson enjoys nothing better than the hustle and bustle of shearing on the family property in the traprock country at Gore.
20 Nov 14 SALLY Carson enjoys nothing better than the hustle and bustle of shearing on the family property in the traprock country at Gore. | GALLERY: Burrabaranga's shear delight
Sheep - Wool
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X dont know what you are smoking. If you want your grain transferred onto the blue water and
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Who decides what is illtreatment of animals? Most people eat meat,except for a few anaemic
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Since Aust is unlikely to accept Nuclear power generation EGS is the only option to avoid coal
THE exclusion of the Australian sugar industry from the Australia-China free trade agreement has left industry stakeholders bitterly disappointed.18 Nov 14 THE exclusion of the Australian sugar industry from the Australia-China free trade agreement has left industry...
FOUR years ago Burdekin farmer David Cox bought country to expand his cane growing business, but these days he plans to produce Australian beef to feed the growing demand in China.13 Nov 14 FOUR years ago Burdekin farmer David Cox bought country to expand his cane growing business, but these days he plans...