WHEN officials entered this abandoned KFC restaurant in America, they were finger-lickin surprised at what they discovered.
AUGUST 18 is a date in Lieutenant Colonel Harry Smith's life that he can't turn his back on, but neither will he celebrate it.
Teacher finds rare fossilised teeth from 25 million-year-old prehistoric mega-shark at the beach.
YES, we know, you can’t exist without taking your phone everywhere. So imagine a time when it was stuck to the wall. Here’s what life was like before smartphones...
PLAY-DOH was first manufactured in the 1930s as a wallpaper cleaner before being rebranded into a children’s toy.
VIRAL search for a mysterious couple captured in a portrait reached all the way up to north Queensland to come to an incredible conclusion.
FORGET using a calculator or jumping on the internet. This exam from 106 years ago may have you baffled — so how many questions can you get right?
Religion & Spirituality
THE “greatest story ever told” had a few pivotal figures whose significance have been all but wiped from the record, for one reason.
A POOL of murky, red liquid found around three mummies in an Egyptian sarcophagus has been analysed by scientists.
A DIVIDING line at the heart of Australia has its roots in an old world order, and was signed off by the pope in 1494.
A HISTORIAN has painted a completely different version of Australia’s history - and it is causing huge shockwaves.
Ashton's Circus founder, James Ashton is buried in Gladstone Cemetery
THE anniversary of an historically significant event involving Ballina passed by quietly last week.
HE HAS has helicoptered into remote destinations, lived for months with traditional native societies and held rock art dating back up to 28,000 years.
JENNIFER was found semi-naked in the toilet of a seedy motel with strangulation marks on her neck, but a conviction was far from a given.
ITS legacy stretches back more than a century and holds a special place in Queensland history.
IN the past 20 years 12 cyclones have crossed the Australian coastline during the month of March.
Antiques Roadshow presenter Paul Atterbury visits Peregian Springs Golf Club to value local antiques.
‘Men were seen in half-sleeve shirts and open necks (no ties) and women wore shorts’
AUSTRALIANS cried and cheered at this seminal moment in the country’s history. But many are questioning if the unprecedented move had any lasting effects.