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Sat 20 Jul 2019

Former defender Daniel McStay feeding the Lions

premium_icon Former defender Daniel McStay feeding the Lions

Past experience of shadowing opposition forwards such as Jack Riewoldt is proving invaluable to Dan McStay's role as a beacon in the Brisbane Lions' attack

Japan completes Aussie beer takeover

premium_icon Japan completes Aussie beer takeover

One of the biggest corporate takeovers in Australian history means the nation’s biggest beer brands are now owned by Japanese interests.

‘ONE GIANT CON JOB’: Australia’s ‘sneaky’ $1b-a-year rort

‘ONE GIANT CON JOB’: Australia’s ‘sneaky’ $1b-a-year rort

For the past four years and four months, the Government has been screwing thousands of Aussies out of “hundreds of millions” of dollars.

Hero tradie’s ‘crazy’ six-figure gamble

Hero tradie’s ‘crazy’ six-figure gamble

Alex Taskun was heading to his “secure” job when he got caught up in a brutal attack that caused him to walk away from his “six-digit salary”.

Treasurer forced to offload investment property

premium_icon Treasurer forced to offload investment property

A day after denying she had a conflict of interest, Treasurer Jackie Trad has announced she will sell an investment property she failed to declare.

Couple feared murdered on Canada road trip

Couple feared murdered on Canada road trip

An Australian man and his American girlfriend have died in suspicious circumstances in Canada, sparking fears they may have been murdered.

Rarefied freezing air in a luxury sedan

Rarefied freezing air in a luxury sedan

Luxurious family chariot boasts hybrid electric technology which charges as you drive.

Sights set on next riverfront plan

premium_icon Sights set on next riverfront plan

Councillor says it's Ulmarra's turn for waterfront development and focuses on park

All aboard: calling all riverboat captains

premium_icon All aboard: calling all riverboat captains

Now is the time to start something big on the water

Calling all foodies

premium_icon Calling all foodies

It's flavour time as Gate to Plate returns

50th anniversary of Apollo moon landing re-enacted in Lego

premium_icon 50th anniversary of Apollo moon landing re-enacted in Lego

Grafton boy re-enact the Apollo 11 moon mission with his purpose built Lego kit.

Fri 19 Jul 2019

King Tut’s curse fears re-emerge

King Tut’s curse fears re-emerge

King Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus has been moved for the first time in 100 years but many believe the remains could unleash a deadly curse.

NASA reveals unseen moon pictures

NASA reveals unseen moon pictures

NASA has taken some of the most iconic images from the Apollo landings and given us a completely new look at the moon.

He told me, ‘You’re not going to like it’

He told me, ‘You’re not going to like it’

Shaking and with her heart pounding, Jenn finally had the guts to grab her husband’s phone and find out the awful, sordid truth.

Gang widow link in TV assault claims

Gang widow link in TV assault claims

A cameraman working on gangland widow Roberta Williams’s reality TV show has been charged with kidnapping and extortion.

Accused sex offender chiropractor cleared to practice

premium_icon Accused sex offender chiropractor cleared to practice

A Sydney chiropractor has been released on bail and will be allowed to practice after being charged with 16 sexual offences.

Host’s insane list of bathroom rules

Host’s insane list of bathroom rules

An Airbnb guest has shared a long list of do’s and don’ts for using the bathroom, and it’s sparked a fierce debate.

Creepy tools ‘lolly man’ used to lure teen

Creepy tools ‘lolly man’ used to lure teen

A man was branded “lolly man” in prison after he brought lollipops and flavoured condoms to a McDonald’s in an attempt to have sex with a young girl.

Crocodile and snakes stolen from zoo

Crocodile and snakes stolen from zoo

The owner of a Canberra reptile zoo is heartbroken after a “heartless thief” broke in and stole a baby crocodile and two pythons.

Major ‘war’ on Australia’s east coast

Major ‘war’ on Australia’s east coast

Australia’s defence force is engaged in a massive military battle off the coast of Queensland. It’s one of the most ferocious conflicts since World War II.

Highway shut and one person trapped in crashed car

Highway shut and one person trapped in crashed car

A major Far North Queensland highway is closed in both directions after car crash which has left a woman trapped in a car with leg injuries.

Teenage boy rushed to hospital after bridge fall

premium_icon Teenage boy rushed to hospital after bridge fall

A teenage boy believed to have fallen from a Cairns bridge is being treated by ambulance crews.

Boyd keen to keep going after shock switch

premium_icon Boyd keen to keep going after shock switch

Darius Boyd has hit back at calls he should retire with the Broncos skipper declaring he will play on next season in the wake of his shock switch to five-eighth

‘Selfish’ wedding act causes rage

‘Selfish’ wedding act causes rage

The brutal moment a wedding was hijacked has gone viral, with many labelling it “selfish” and describing the behaviour a “di*k move”.

Pavlova stunt sparks ‘diplomatic incident’

Pavlova stunt sparks ‘diplomatic incident’

Like all good things made in New Zealand, we like to claim them as our own. But Jacinda Ardern’s fiance thinks we’ve gone too far, this time.

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