Body discovered in water tank believed to be missing man

The body of a man, believed to be missing 60-year-old Leonard Watkinson has been discovered in a water tank.

Watkinson was last seen by his partner working near a dam on a Yass property on October 5.

A major search operation was launched by NSW police last month, however it failed to find any trace of Mr Watkinson.

A report will now be prepared for the coroner.

His death is not being treated as suspicious.

Child rushed to hospital after falling from window

A child has been rushed to hospital after falling out of a window at a Queensland property this morning.

Emergency services rushed to a residence in Bowen just after 11.17am Monday following reports of  a toddler falling from a window.

They have been taken to Bowen Hospital in a stable condition.

There are no further details available at this time.


5yo girl allegedly bitten by dog inside Bunnings store

A young girl has allegedly been bitten by a dog inside a Bunnings store, just days after the hardware giant announced that owners could now bring their pets inside.

Victorian mother Ebbie Hungerford says her daughter Madeline was bitten by a Jack Russell inside the Melton Bunnings store on Sunday.

“It’s broken the skin just below her knee, she’s got two bite marks and bruises and swelling,” Hungerford said.

The owner of the dog was reportedly very distraught and said the dog had never been violent before.

The incident comes just five days after Bunnings announced dogs were now allowed in store as long as they were “under appropriate control and are not aggressive.”


Australian tourists remain stranded in Bali

UPDATE: Jetstar has cancelled all flights in and out of Bali today as the conditions continue to worsen.

Virgin Australia had already cancelled all of their flights today and have also announced flights into Bali from Australia will be grounded tomorrow.

Jetstar will provide an update on tomorrow’s flights later today.

EARLIER: Australian tourists holidaying in Bali face another day of waiting at Denpasar Airport as the volcanic ash cloud continues to cause more trouble.

Only a few lucky travellers were able to make the trip home on Sunday before the majority of flights were grounded once again.

Conditions are expected to remain unsafe to fly on Monday with Virgin Australia cancelling all morning flights and Jetstar only planning limited daytime flights if conditions allow.

Both airlines are expected to make a decision on afternoon flights on Monday morning when they have more information from the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre.

Virgin Australia flights that have been cancelled:





Virgin Australia Flights under review on Monday:





VA64 DPS-SYD STD 0010 (Next day scheduled departure – 10 November)

Jetstar flights that have had their times changed:

From Indonesia

JQ44 – Bali-Melbourne (delayed departure from 1425 to 1640)
JQ107 – Bali-Perth (revised departure from 1820 to 1540) Brought forward
JQ109 – Bali-Perth (delayed departure from 1145 to 1435)
JQ117 – Bali-Perth (delayed departure from 0840 to 1330)

To Indonesia

JQ117 – Singapore-Bali (delayed departure from 0500 to 1100)

Jetstar flight cancellations:

From Indonesia

JQ36 – Bali-Melbourne
JQ38 – Bali-Sydney
JQ82 – Bali-Darwin
JQ101 – Bali-Townsville
JQ116 – Bali-Singapore
JQ128 – Bali-Adelaide

To Indonesia

JQ35 – Melbourne-Bali
JQ37 – Sydney-Bali
JQ43 – Melbourne-Bali
JQ83 – Darwin-Bali
JQ102 – Townsville-Bali
JQ106 – Perth-Bali
JQ110 – Perth-Bali
JQ116 – Perth-Bali
JQ127 – Adelaide-Bali

Man in court over horrifying screwdriver stabbing attack

A man is due to face court today over a horrifying screwdriver stabbing attack on a cyclist.

Joshua Joseph Tempany was charged with attempted murder, acts intending to cause grievous bodily harm and assaulting police after stabbing a man several times with a screwdriver on Sunday.

The 21-year-old is alleged to have attacked the cyclist, aged in his 40’s on the Norman Park bikeway.

He was rushed to the Princess Alexandra Hospital where he remains with serious injuries.

Tempany is due to face Brisbane Magistrates Court today.