THE world continues to mourn the death of comic legend Robin Williams, with his 25-year-old Zelda giving perhaps the most moving tribute overnight.
Details are emerging of how he died, with the local coroner releasing his preliminary findings. They are not an easy read.
Beyond our own feelings of loss, there is other news happening today including a push by the Christian lobby to have an image covered up at the Ekka and an apparent dingo attack on Fraser Island.
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"You - you alone will have the stars as no one else has them," Zelda Rae Williams posted. "In one of the stars I shall be living. In one of them I shall be laughing.
"And so it will be as if all the stars were laughing, when you look at the sky at night... You - only you - will have stars that can laugh."
It is apt that the tribute, made by Robin Williams' beloved daughter, who celebrated her 25th birthday alongside her father just a week ago, was also the most fitting to his memory.
The mural image was featured on the Rip Tide attraction located in the children's rides section of the showgrounds, off St Paul's Terrace.
The ACL's Wendy Francis started a change.org petition on Saturday after being alerted to the image of a busty blonde woman with only thin strips of pink fabric covering her nipples.
TAYLOR Swift and Lorde took part in a joint cookery lesson yesterday.
The I Knew You Were Trouble hitmaker and her 17-year-old BFF both took to their Instagram accounts to reveal they spent the day cooking up a storm in Rhode Island.
Lorde also posted a picture of the pair preparing what looked like tacos and she praised Taylor's superb cooking ability.
A NEW Zealand woman is recovering in an Australian hospital after being shot by a stray bullet during a gun battle in Papua New Guinea.
Cathy Franzoi, a volunteer ambulance officer, was hit in the leg just above her right kneecap while sleeping at a mission house in Port Moresby on Sunday.
Fraser Island Association president David Anderson said the man was walking alone on the beach at Happy Valley with a torch and after being attacked, went behind the dingo fence for safety.
WITH among the lowest immunisation rates in the country, Sunshine Coast medicos are taking its vaccination message to the streets, by erecting an enormous sign on the side of the Bruce Highway.
National data on immunisation rates show there are 660 children in the region with a "registered conscientious objection" next to their name - bringing the figure to 7.1%, the highest in the country.
But this number is less than half of the region's 1419 children who records show are not fully immunised.