Queensland news: Top 5 stories you need to read
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BIZARRE END TO JAMES ST OBSCENE SEX ROMP:
CCTV footage circulated online of three women engaged in sex acts on a James St footpath in Fortitude Valley with the crude display lasting about 10 minutes before police arrived.
Now police have revealed if they’ll face any charges.
FARMING EMPIRE PURSUED FOR $11M:
An established Queensland farming family, whose members include an Italian bikini model and a Supercar driver, is tied to companies being examined for alleged debts of more than $11 million.
The Barbera’s have been farming zucchinis, capsicum and tomatoes in the Bundaberg region for almost 50 years, currently operating under M & R Farms.
BOMBSHELL BREAKTHROUGH IN SPEAR CREEK TRIPLE MURDER:
A former unit commander from Australia’s hardest supermax prison was on Friday charged with three counts of murder in connection to the 1978 Spear Creek killings of Karen Edwards, Timothy Thomson and Gordon Twaddle.
Bruce John Preston, 63, from Goulburn was taken into custody and charged, more than 40 years after a couple walking their dogs discovered the first of three bodies in the bush, 12km north of Mount Isa.
THE ‘JOHN DOE’ MAN WHO HAS FATHERED 48 KIDS
The man is identified only by serial number and the Ashston kids from Brisbane are five of those offspring.
There are others living in their nearby suburbs. Where the rest live remains a mystery.
But experts fear this ‘John Doe’ donor’s rare gift increases the risk of genetic sexual attraction – one day these kids who share DNA could meet – and unknowingly fall for – someone with the same genetic dad as them.
INNER WORKINGS OF OUR TOP GRAMMAR SCHOOLS REVEALED:
THE inner workings of some of Queensland’s largest and most prestigious schools were unveiled, revealing huge incomes and property values plus some of the state’s top academic results.