A NEW system to make the divorce process less stressful, intrusive, costly and time consuming has been established in Cairns by a group of lawyers, accountants, financial planners and psychologists.
A PIONEER of Far Northern tourism plans to dramatically change the face of its northern beaches zoo as part of a multi-million-dollar redevelopment.
ATHERTON residents see some of the highest electricity bills outside southeast Queensland, with prices set to skyrocket again in just two weeks.
NEARLY 400,000 Australians face big tax debts because they have not told their health insurers they are no longer eligible for the government rebate.
MINING has exceeded $1 billion a year in the Far North for the first time.
A GROUP looking at new forms of electricity generation has rejected a call for the Far North to build its own power station.
A FALL in domestic tourism numbers has wiped $207 million off the industry's bottom line in the Far North.
A CAIRNS real estate agent has been swamped with people willing to sell their 100ha properties to a Chinese billionaire planning a $200 million resort-style development.
WHEN it comes to the art of peeling prawns, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone more qualified than Wendy Parsons.
EXPRESSIONS of interest are being sought for the Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa which is in receivership.
PASSIONS of Paradise chief executive officer Scotty Garden has become a partner in the company after a 10-year career with the Cairns reef operator.
A $3 billion casino and mega-resort earmarked for Yorkeys Knob is just the injection the sleepy seaside suburb needs, residents say.
A $3 BILLION casino and hotel resort at Yorkeys Knob have been greeted with enthusiasm by local leaders as a project that would put Cairns back at the top of the tourism pyramid.
WOMEN: do you feel like your male colleagues don't listen to you? Men: do you feel like you're walking on eggshells with women in your office?
Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke says she's waking up to a better world thanks to a high-tech new app that spies on her in bed.
CAIRNS are buckling under pressure to pay thousands for home and contents insurance per year with high excesses and massive jumps in premiums punishing families already struggling with the rising cost of living. more