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Gretchen Martins could never get Cairns out of her system

The Cairns Post - ‎18 hours ago‎
He followed up with flowers from Melbourne and an excuse to move to Cairns. “A friend and I were going to move to Airlie Beach, Byron Bay or somewhere else and we chose Cairns because he loved The Woolshed and I chose it because beautiful Gretchen ...

Cairns overnight media wrap, Friday May 6

myPolice (press release) (blog) - ‎21 hours ago‎
He was charged with entering premises with intent and is due to appear in the Cairns Magistrates Court on May 23. Property and fraud charges, Cairns: Police have charged a 21-year-old Townsville man following investigations into the alleged burglary of ...

New lead in chopped-up baby murder

Courier Mail - ‎8 hours ago‎
“It is two decades since the tragic death of that young child. But police have not given up hope of finding a resolution and bringing the culprits to justice.

Cairns man found not guilty of housemate's murder0:14

The Cairns Post - ‎16 hours ago‎
A CAIRNS Supreme Court jury has found Shane Christopher Burrows not guilty of murdering his housemate in July last year. Shane Christopher Burrows has been found not guilty of murdering his housemate.

One of Australia's most wanted to be extradited from Cairns to Melbourne

The Cairns Post - ‎20 hours ago‎
A man is being extradited from Cairns to Melbourne over a number of assault charges in relation to an alleged attack on a man three years ago.

Cairns Indigenous Art Fair launches app and 2016 event program

The Cairns Post - ‎May 5, 2016‎
The 2016 Cairns Indigenous Art Fair has been officially launched, promising to be bigger and better than previous years. (L-R) Artist Glen Mackie of Yam Island, who works under his traditional name of Kei Kelak, and model Nancy Nona of Badu Island, ...

Alleged burglar charged after hiding in Cairns toy store roof

The Cairns Post - ‎20 hours ago‎
Security and police searched the site and found nothing, but he was later arrested when the alarm went off again as he got out of the ceiling space.

Cairns sailor set to represent Australia on footy field

The Cairns Post - ‎May 5, 2016‎
CAIRNS sailor Ricky Farr is used to serving his country in his day job, but tonight will serve it on the football field. Able Seaman Farr has been based at HMAS Cairns for the past four years. He works on navy ships as a boatswain's mate, maintaining ...

Cairns overnight media wrap, Thursday May 5

myPolice (press release) (blog) - ‎May 4, 2016‎
Burglary and fraud charges, Cairns: Officers from the Cairns Property Crime Unit charged a 44-year-old Manunda man yesterday as part of investigations into the alleged burglary of an Edge Hill residence on May 1. It will be alleged the man gained entry ...

Cairns property listed as belonging to alleged fraudster being sold

The Cairns Post - ‎May 2, 2016‎
Mr Wartoto has been accused of misappropriating more than $30m from the PNG government, and, according to News Corp reports from 2013, the AFP has alleged Mr Wartoto faxed some documents from Queensland to PNG to help him commit the alleged ...

Cairns Coast Guard first in Queensland to trial drone technology

The Cairns Post - ‎May 4, 2016‎
(L-R) Project fundraiser Roger Cumming of Rotary Cairns, Australian Volunteer Coast Guard skipper Peter Graham and Peter Blake of UAS Services Australia fly a small drone off the stern of the MV Sir Bob in the Cairns Marlin Marina. PICTURE: BRENDAN ...

Cairns man paints graphic picture of stabbed housemate's injuries

The Cairns Post - ‎May 4, 2016‎
In a police interview played yesterday in the Cairns Supreme Court, Shane Christopher Burrows told detectives on July 19 last year how the killing happened.

Cairns woman's tender loving care for wildlife

The Cairns Post - ‎May 5, 2016‎
The Mt Sheridan wildlife carer, who has spent the past eight years in Cairns, has had as many as 14 marsupials in her care at any one time.

Six youths charged over Cairns and the Tableland offences

The Cairns Post - ‎May 3, 2016‎
The boy was located on the Cairns Esplanade at around 1pm yesterday and taken into custody. He was charged with one count each of burglary, trespass and obstructing police and will be dealt with under the provisions of The Youth Justice Act 1992.

Hundreds expected at Mother's Day Classic in Cairns this weekend

The Cairns Post - ‎May 4, 2016‎
The annual event raises funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and offers a 3km and 5km walk, or a 5km and 8km run along the Cairns Esplanade. “We're expecting between 400 and 500 people and hope to raise $20,000 over the whole event,” ...

Cairns cook to serve up in TV cooking foray

The Cairns Post - ‎May 3, 2016‎
“It's one of my favourite protein foods - especially when you cross it with pistachios and parmesan.” But when it comes to desserts, her competitors may have to fear death by chocolate as the Cairns Hospital pharmacy technician reveals the area is one ...

Cairns man bitten by charm of snakes

The Cairns Post - ‎May 4, 2016‎
Mr Pilgrim has owned venomous snakes for about three years, and his interest grew while working at the now closed Cairns Tropical Zoo.

Cairns businesses not bothered by bat deterrents

The Cairns Post - ‎May 1, 2016‎
That seems to have worked, with no 24-hour Esplanade business the Cairns Post spoke to yesterday reporting any unusual noises.

Queensland's Gold Coast, Cairns atop hot hotel market

The Australian - ‎May 4, 2016‎
Cairns turned in a 15.3 per cent lift as more direct flights came into the market while the Gold Coast had an 11.3 per cent lift.
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Longer items allowed on Cairns' Jetstar flights

The Cairns Post - ‎May 5, 2016‎
LOW-cost carrier Jetstar has relaxed the rules to allow passengers to take longer items, such as surfboards, with them from Cairns to Bali and the Gold Coast. The airline has increased the maximum length of oversized items on all domestic and ...