Monday, June 15, 2015

Last Top Stories: Injuries after bus, train collide at crossing

Injuries after bus, train collide at crossing

Injuries after bus, train collide at crossing
The Cairns Post reports that around 22 people, believed to be staff members of the Endeavour Foundation, were on the bus when the train hit the rear and driver's side. The train is believed to have hit the rear of the bus and the back windows have been ...
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Woman suffers heart attack at Cairns ironman event

Woman suffers heart attack at Cairns ironman event
A female competitor at the Ironman Cairns event in far north Queensland has been pulled from the water unconscious shortly after the start of the swim leg. A Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) spokesman said the 43-year-old woman suffered a cardiac ...
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Cameron Brown second in Cairns Ironman

Cameron Brown second in Cairns Ironman
Six days before his 43rd birthday, New Zealander Cameron Brown has finished second in the Cairns Ironman, eight minutes behind winner Luke McKenzie. McKenzie finished in eight hours, 18 minutes and 01 seconds to win back the title he took in 2013, ...
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Be aware of road closures

Be aware of road closures
Delays are also expected around Airport Dr in Cairns. Cairns police Sen-Constable Russell Parker said he urged all people to be aware of closures and delays and plan their trips accordingly. “Motorists needing to travel between Cairns and Port Douglas ...
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Four Cairns teens charged with child sex offences

Four Cairns teens charged with child sex offences
Four Cairns teenagers have been charged with child sex offences following a series of assaults against young girls, including some filmed on a phone. Police allege the teenagers, aged between 14 and 18, committed the offences over recent weeks at a ...
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Connall Cairns scores 81% in rocket science on MIT online course

Connall Cairns scores 81% in rocket science on MIT online course
Yesterday Miss Cairns, 44, a surrealist artist who shares her home in Colchester, Essex, with partner Dr Jeannine Beeken, 53, an academic linguist, and second son Moto, 11, said: 'That was after he wrote an essay on Elizabeth I which his teacher said ...
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Back to The Cairns broch . . .

Back to The Cairns broch . . .
A team of archaeologists, led by Orkney College lecturer Martin Carruthers, returns to an Iron Age settlement site in South Ronaldsay next week. The 2015 excavation — the ninth season on site — at The Cairns begins on Monday, June 15, and ends on ...
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Tourist Cairns “Unwelcome”

Tourist Cairns “Unwelcome”
Cairns, or carefully arranged piles of stones, have been popping up all over the place and are a more serious problem than it might first appear. Stone cairns have been appearing widely in the ├×ingvellir area, now numbering in the hundreds—maybe even ...
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Australian dollar muted as traders await Greece and Fed

Australian dollar muted as traders await Greece and Fed
Trading in the Australian dollar was muted on Monday in the absence of real outcomes from the Greek debt crisis and the meeting of the Federal Markets Open Committee loomed. In a day lacking in local data, the Aussie was buying US77.18¢ in late trade, ...
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Research shows Telstra customers pay $3.1bn premium

Research shows Telstra customers pay $3.1bn premium
Telstra customers are paying a hefty premium on their monthly bills, with the premium for using the incumbent telco over other operators clocking in at $20 per month for fixed line services and $9 per month for mobile services, according to new research.
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