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Thu 20 Feb 2020

Definitely ain’t LV: Accused’s accessory offer fails

premium_icon Definitely ain’t LV: Accused’s accessory offer fails

A man accused of smashing a car into a Louis Vuitton store in Brisbane has made a failed bid for freedom.

Boy rode to his death in baby car seat, clearly visible

premium_icon Boy rode to his death in baby car seat, clearly visible

The daycare centre at the centre of a three-year-old boy’s tragic death in a minibus has issued a public apology as more heartbreaking details are revealed.

Why Eels coach loved Parra’s Nines pain

premium_icon Why Eels coach loved Parra’s Nines pain

Mitchell Moses was slumped on the turf in despair after Parramatta lost their Nines semi-final. Here’s why Brad Arthur was loving it.

Man ‘went home to sleep’ after cyclists mowed down

premium_icon Man ‘went home to sleep’ after cyclists mowed down

A man accused of mowing down a group of cyclists was on bail and went home to shower and sleep after the horrific crash, police have alleged.

Tim Paine lets fly at England’s hypocrisy

premium_icon Tim Paine lets fly at England’s hypocrisy

Australian skipper Tim Paine says Ben Stokes’ recent hostile response to crowd abuse in South Africa proves England like to dish it out but can’t take it.

‘My heart stopped 12 or 13 times every night’

premium_icon ‘My heart stopped 12 or 13 times every night’

When Kate McCarthy was a kid, her heart would stop more than a dozen times per night and her days were riddled with what were thought to be seizures.

Dunn salutes Ally with golden tribute

premium_icon Dunn salutes Ally with golden tribute

Murwillumbah trainer takes two in a row with victory in tribute race at Grafton

Extreme measures in place to protect Warner and Smith

premium_icon Extreme measures in place to protect Warner and Smith

Stadium management at Johannesburg’s ‘Bullring’ will beef-up security and tech to target would-be abusers of Steve Smith and David Warner for T20 clash.

The robot apocalypse is coming, but how do we prepare?

premium_icon The robot apocalypse is coming, but how do we prepare?

Secure, well-paid jobs are slowly evaporating and being replaced by electronic and digital alternatives. , writes Mark Morey.

Titans’ legend backs pocket rocket to shine

premium_icon Titans’ legend backs pocket rocket to shine

As NRL players grow bigger and more powerful than ever, Gold Coast hero Preston Campbell says the little guy can still have a big effect.

Chasing Hero status among a golden generation

premium_icon Chasing Hero status among a golden generation

Shadow Hero will be aiming to continue to an impressive family pedigree in the Hobartville Stakes but is up against a talented field.

Getting on the Plonka pays off for the punters

premium_icon Getting on the Plonka pays off for the punters

Coffs horse to contest the Country Championships at Royal Randwick in April.

Panthers’ rookies in three-way fullback fight

premium_icon Panthers’ rookies in three-way fullback fight

Dylan Edwards’ ankle injury was a big blow for Penrith but now opportunity knocks for three rising stars to grab the chance of facing the Sydney Roosters.

Race for the halves heats up in Cairns

premium_icon Race for the halves heats up in Cairns

“He’s purring”: Valentine Holmes raring to go as Drinkwater and Clifford vie for halves spot.

Woman may have been involved in bus fire death: coroner

premium_icon Woman may have been involved in bus fire death: coroner

A woman may have contributed to the death of former military officer Lee Edward Parker in the Somerset region four years ago, a coroner has found.

MH370 The Untold Story: Watch the first episode

premium_icon MH370 The Untold Story: Watch the first episode

False clues, incorrect search areas and investigative failures have blighted the hunt for MH370 for years: WATCH THE DOCUMENTARY

Minibus death: Police to look into roll call at daycare

premium_icon Minibus death: Police to look into roll call at daycare

Roll call methods at a southern Cairns daycare centre are under scrutiny following the death of a three-year-old boy in a minibus.

Chef turned to ice to cope with ‘stress of job’

premium_icon Chef turned to ice to cope with ‘stress of job’

A Noosa chef turned to ice to “get by” in the stressful industry, before his life took a tragic turn.

How dog’s marathon survival saved life of boatie

premium_icon How dog’s marathon survival saved life of boatie

Stranded man after his boat sunk owes his life to his german shepherd Heidi who was found by authorities treading water 11 hours after the vessel went down.

Mine failed to identify access to lethal area as a risk

premium_icon Mine failed to identify access to lethal area as a risk

Lawyer claims former mine worker told a lie about a conversation with mine death victim.

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