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Thu 21 Nov 2019

‘Violated’: Woman reacts after thieves roam her house

premium_icon ‘Violated’: Woman reacts after thieves roam her house

‘It sounds like people are going to take it into their own hands’

‘I hit rock bottom’: Tradie's heartbreak turning point

premium_icon ‘I hit rock bottom’: Tradie's heartbreak turning point

"A lot of people in the mining and construction industry face the isolation of being stuck in the same place, doing the same job," he said.

Health warning as sex disease spikes in Wide Bay

premium_icon Health warning as sex disease spikes in Wide Bay

Thousands of cases of the disease have been reported across the state

Council bosses bank $2m before bonuses axed

premium_icon Council bosses bank $2m before bonuses axed

More than 40 senior Brisbane council workers took home a share of more than $2 million in performance bonuses this year, under a scheme that will now be scrapped.

How new Wallabies coach plans to win over fans

premium_icon How new Wallabies coach plans to win over fans

Dave Rennie understands rugby fans want an Australian coaching their national team but the new Wallabies coach had a reassuring message for them.

Police refuse man's bail after dramatic Bruce Hwy takedown

premium_icon Police refuse man's bail after dramatic Bruce Hwy takedown

A man has spent the night in jail after he was arrested in a dramatic takedown on the Bruce Highway yesterday following a pursuit from Gympie to the Coast.

Gabba prices likely to test cricket fans

premium_icon Gabba prices likely to test cricket fans

We know stadium food is expensive, but punters bowling up for the first Test at the Gabba today will be asked to pay even more for a beer and a bite to eat.

Family loses everything in house fire

premium_icon Family loses everything in house fire

A Brisbane family of six has lost everything after a fire ripped through their home in one of Brisbane’s most affluent suburbs.

Bundy the victim of state and federal neglect: Frecklington

premium_icon Bundy the victim of state and federal neglect: Frecklington

QUEENSLAND LNP leader Deb Frecklington said yesterday’s stimulus package release ignored regional and drought-impacted communities.

Last thing passengers expected on Jetstar flight

Last thing passengers expected on Jetstar flight

Exactly halfway between Sydney and Auckland, something history making happened at 10,000 metres on Jetstar flight 201.

Teacher found passed out drunk and four times over limit

premium_icon Teacher found passed out drunk and four times over limit

Primary school teacher learns a harsh lesson about drink driving after blowing four times over the limit.

Bellamy laughs off Smith switch claims

premium_icon Bellamy laughs off Smith switch claims

The Melbourne Storm have responded to speculation that champion hooker Cameron Smith may make a full-time move to halfback in 2020.

Inside Melbourne’s Jehovah’s Witness convention

premium_icon Inside Melbourne’s Jehovah’s Witness convention

More than 50,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses have converged on Melbourne for a convention. And the organiser has revealed what happens during the three-day event.

Smith, Warner determined to bring fans back on board

Smith, Warner determined to bring fans back on board

After missing all of last summer due to their ball tampering bans, Steve Smith and David Warner are back.

Pregnant woman in horrific random attack

Pregnant woman in horrific random attack

A heavily pregnant Sydney woman was stomped on and punched apparently at random by a man when she was sitting in a cafe with friends.

Loyalty list that shames Greatest Game of All

premium_icon Loyalty list that shames Greatest Game of All

It’s the scourge damaging the game and turning fans off in droves - and this damning list proves loyalty in the NRL is close to becoming extinct.

Chilling moment in new Star Wars trailer

Chilling moment in new Star Wars trailer

Just weeks before its cinematic release, a brand-new peek at The Rise of Skywalker has teased a very surprising encounter.

Heat on as top order told to stop the rot

premium_icon Heat on as top order told to stop the rot

It’s time to prove this summer will not be a case of Steve Smith or bust.

Ice user’s ‘disturbing revenge’ attack backfires

premium_icon Ice user’s ‘disturbing revenge’ attack backfires

HOMELESS and high on ice, an evicted mother set fire to the home she had rented from family in a "disturbing" arson attack that destroyed the property.

$30 ‘underboob’ bikini everyone’s wearing

$30 ‘underboob’ bikini everyone’s wearing

It’s the racy trend that’s taken over Instagram – but now an Aussie retailer has created a cut-price version and shoppers are snapping it up.

Almost 10,000 cattle sold in sale of the decade

premium_icon Almost 10,000 cattle sold in sale of the decade

RECORD numbers filled the Dalby saleyards today, setting the bar high for years to come.

Bushfire smoke envelops Adelaide

Bushfire smoke envelops Adelaide

Smoke from the Yorketown bushfire has drifted across Adelaide due to the westerly wind change overnight, causing an eerie haze across the city.

Firebug hampers efforts to control Tassie blaze

premium_icon Firebug hampers efforts to control Tassie blaze

Fires believed to be deliberately lit are hampering efforts to contain a blaze in the state’s north-east ahead of predicted “potentially catastrophic conditions”.

Chopper finds man after late night search and rescue

premium_icon Chopper finds man after late night search and rescue

Rescue crews were tasked to find a sailor and his boat after an EPIRB was activated late last night.

Insurers agree to consider options to slash premiums

premium_icon Insurers agree to consider options to slash premiums

The feasibility of a government-funded cyclone reinsurance pool is back on the table, after insurers at a roundtable in Townsville surprisingly agreed to the idea.

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