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Fri 24 Jan 2020

Bali businesses support bushfire affected Aussies

Bali businesses support bushfire affected Aussies

Bali-based businesses are throwing their weight behind charities supporting bushfire victims by raising money and holding sausage sizzles.

Is Coles rolling out a ‘food that looks like genitals’ line?

Is Coles rolling out a ‘food that looks like genitals’ line?

Supermarket reveals what's going on with the new-look ‘vagicado’ and whether or not it's a new entry into the popular ‘fruit that look like genitalia’ grocery line.

Horror video of woman eating bat in China

Horror video of woman eating bat in China

A woman has been filmed devouring a bat while at a market at the centre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. WARNING: Graphic

Teenager killed in hit and run on New England Highway

premium_icon Teenager killed in hit and run on New England Highway

A TEENAGER has been killed in a hit and run on the New England Highway. Police are appealing for witnesses.

Addict mum’s jaw-dropping transformation

Addict mum’s jaw-dropping transformation

A mum who battled a “hidden addiction” has shared the moment that brought her back from the brink. Now she’s unrecognisable.

Harry, Meghan offer to pay for security

Harry, Meghan offer to pay for security

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have offered to pay for their own security, but there’s a catch, according to a new report.

Local grandma charged with trafficking $80k in drugs

premium_icon Local grandma charged with trafficking $80k in drugs

NAMED: A Blackbutt grandmother appeared emotional and shaken during her court appearance on 60 drug charges.

Weinstein’s ‘disgusting’ gift to accuser

Weinstein’s ‘disgusting’ gift to accuser

Sopranos star Annabella Sciorra has testified against Harvey Weinstein over her alleged rape and revealed he sent her a “disgusting” gift.

PM set to burn Bridget McKenzie

premium_icon PM set to burn Bridget McKenzie

A cabinet reshuffle is on the cards as pressure builds on embattled Minister Bridget McKenzie. Some Queenslanders are set to benefit.

Forbidden cities: China in lockdown

Forbidden cities: China in lockdown

China is locking down more cities, including its famous The Forbidden City, as the deadly coronavirus spreads rapidly.

‘Heavy hearts’: US mourns lost fireys

‘Heavy hearts’: US mourns lost fireys

The United States is mourning three American firefighters who died in a large air tanker crash in the Snowy Mountains yesterday.

AFTERMATH: Jacaranda City lashed by damaging storm

premium_icon AFTERMATH: Jacaranda City lashed by damaging storm

Cars under branches, popular hotel's near miss, racecourse tragedy and a See Park giant struck by lightning; this Grafton suburb felt full wrath of wild storm.

DV victim floored by cops’ ‘insulting’ compo offer

premium_icon DV victim floored by cops’ ‘insulting’ compo offer

A Gold Coast woman whose address was leaked to her abusive ex by a Queensland police officer has been left gobsmacked by an ‘insulting’ QPS compensation offer.

Thu 23 Jan 2020

Mining jobs bonanza: 700 roles paying $100k+ on offer

premium_icon Mining jobs bonanza: 700 roles paying $100k+ on offer

About 700 of more than 1000 available jobs in the Queensland mining sector are paying six-figure sums. SEE WHERE THE JOBS ARE!

'Fed up': Dairy industry being used as a political football

premium_icon 'Fed up': Dairy industry being used as a political football

Farmers are fed up with having the dairy industry treated like a political football: A letter from the Queensland Dairyfarmers’ Organisation president

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