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Sun 18 Nov 2018

Dark side of Schoolies beach parties

Dark side of Schoolies beach parties

The beach parties are one of the best loved parts of Schoolies. But throw in thousands of drunken teens, organisers work hard to keep the concerts clean.

Latvala wins Rally Australia, Ogier the WRC title

Latvala wins Rally Australia, Ogier the WRC title

Jari-Matti Latvala has stormed to victory in Kennards Hire Rally Australia as Sebastien Ogier sealed a sixth consecutive FIA World Rally Championship title.

‘I’ve gone through some stuff’

‘I’ve gone through some stuff’

Today Showhost Karl Stefanovic has opened up ahead of his Mexican wedding to designer Jasmine Yarbrough, saying they they just want to be “getting on with life”.

Stars out as A-League duo handed big chance

Stars out as A-League duo handed big chance

A pair of big names will miss the Socceroos’ clash against Lebanon, while A-League star Craig Goodwin will likely get a chance to show what he can do.

Mundine’s defence has Horn on alert

premium_icon Mundine’s defence has Horn on alert

Jeff Horn is worried he will not be up to speed against Anthony Mundine and that he will get hit hard and often trying to crack his rival’s defence.

Little boy’s gift to a stranger

Little boy’s gift to a stranger

It’s the heartbreaking scenario every parent fears but Edwina and Ant Symonds couldn’t be prouder of their son who died when he was 311 days old.

Aussie golf star revels in Open spotlight

Aussie golf star revels in Open spotlight

Cameron Smith admits it was a “cool experience” having extra support at the Australian Open this year in the absence of his big-name compatriots.

Pamela Anderson slams ‘smutty’ PM ScoMo

Pamela Anderson slams ‘smutty’ PM ScoMo

Pamela Anderson has blasted Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, calling his behaviour “smutty” and “lewd” in an open letter.

Selfless volunteers recognised with awards

premium_icon Selfless volunteers recognised with awards

FOR THEIR decades of time spent giving back to sport, the winners of the Ernie Muller and Max Godbee awards were announced at the Clarence Valley Sports Awards

Symonds spills on destructive Clarke feud

Symonds spills on destructive Clarke feud

They were once thick as thieves, but Andrew Symonds has revealed how a Michael Clarke insult destroyed their friendship.

Aussie mother risks execution for child murder

Aussie mother risks execution for child murder

In a news.com.au exclusive, Sunday Night reporter Matt Doran recounts his interview with the Australian mum facing execution in America.

Player ratings: ‘Don’t ever play him here again’

premium_icon Player ratings: ‘Don’t ever play him here again’

The Wallabies have produced a much-needed win to raise their spirits. JIM TUCKER runs his eye over the good, bad and the ugly.

Simmons’ perfect reply to doubters

Simmons’ perfect reply to doubters

Ben Simmons responded to question marks over his ability to share the floor with Jimmy Butler but was overshadowed by an opponent.

Child the ‘real hero’ in sex attack

Child the ‘real hero’ in sex attack

Nick Gilio was stabbed while allegedly saving a seven-year-old girl from a horrifying sex attack.

New risk of housing price crash

New risk of housing price crash

The Reserve Bank has highlighted a new risk for Australia’s property market that could exacerbate house price falls.

When life deals lemons, use the lemonade variety

When life deals lemons, use the lemonade variety

Lemonade is much sweeter and doesn't have the intense sourness of most other lemons.

A body hair print jumper? Now I've seen it all

A body hair print jumper? Now I've seen it all

WHEN we create colossal amounts of data on the Internet every day it is probable you will see something that will make you question everything you know.

Queensland’s top 100 restaurants

premium_icon Queensland’s top 100 restaurants

Our team of reviewers travelled the length and breadth of Queensland to find places that excite, warm the heart and where diners will walk away feeling well fed.

Awakening Australia: 'Jesus freaks' descend on Melbourne

Awakening Australia: 'Jesus freaks' descend on Melbourne

ALMOST 60 years ago, US evangelist Billy Graham set a crowd record at the MCG that has never been surpassed by any sporting event.

Rebels celebrate as a team and family

premium_icon Rebels celebrate as a team and family

SOUTH Grafton Rebels league tag team had a season to remember on the field, and their efforts were recognised at the Clarence Valley Sports Awards

Club celebrates on a big weekend

premium_icon Club celebrates on a big weekend

CLARENCE Valley Triathlon Club had more than one reason to celebrate over the weekend when they were honoured at the Clarence Valley Sports Awards

Investigation into teen girl's death reopened after 29 years

Investigation into teen girl's death reopened after 29 years

IT was the horrific murder of a 15-year-old that left Toowoomba broken. Now, 29 years on, police hope to give closure to the family.

Power of love can bring back a smile

Power of love can bring back a smile

Witnessing the power of a certain four-letter word is enough to pedal your positive thoughts for the day.

Earn your stripes and never go out of fashion

Earn your stripes and never go out of fashion

Walk the line in an eternally on-trend print with a long history of being seen.

Should tourists have reservations about Hanoi Hilton visit?

Should tourists have reservations about Hanoi Hilton visit?

A lot of the guests checked into (but never left) the French-built Maison Centrale prison in Vietnam.

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