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Boy, 6, airlifted to hospital after dingo attack - myGC.com.au
Boy, 6, airlifted to hospital after dingo attack myGC.com.au Fraser Island: Dingo bites six-year-old in sand dunes NEWS.com.au Dingo bites boy, 6, on Fraser Island 9news.com.au Fraser Island dingo...

Glen Innes police shooting: neighbour Bryce Elliott describes moments after Senior Constable Helen McMurtrie and Sergeant Mark Johnston were shot - The Northern Daily Leader
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How top-notch policing nabbed suspect in Aiia Maasarwe death - The Age
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VIC Police Formally Charge 20-Year-Old Man With The Murder Of Aiia Maasarwe - Pedestrian TV
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Stonefish in Moreton Bay

stonefish ianbanksLocals have reported seeing hundreds of stonefish in Moreton Bay, Tingalpa Creek and Wynnum Creek in recent days. Wynnum Manly fisherman are saying they have never seen that many so close to the shore in our area. Parents should keep a watchful eye for this dangerous creature, beachgoers should wear shoes in shallow bay waters. If a person is stung, they are advised to seek medical treatment immediately.

The stonefish has 13 sharp strong dorsal fin spines that are contained within a sheath of thick skin. At the base of each spine there are two venom glands that discharge their contents along ducts in the spine. When disturbed, the fish erects its spines, but maintains its position on the sea floor.

Information from the Queensland Museum