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Tue 19 Jun 2018

Multimillion Kleenmaid fraud convict's appeal looms

premium_icon Multimillion Kleenmaid fraud convict's appeal looms

Whitegoods company collapsed owing tens of millions

Cheers as Tony Jones hit back at ABC funding question

Cheers as Tony Jones hit back at ABC funding question

THERE were cheers and laughter as a presenter clashed with a guest in a fiery on-air spat over the future of the ABC’s funding.

Hero amid Dreamworld horror

premium_icon Hero amid Dreamworld horror

THE opening day of an inquest into the Dreamworld tragedy revealed for the first time the actions of the young ride attendant manning the Thunder River Rapids.

Thomas Markle’s word of warning to Harry

Thomas Markle’s word of warning to Harry

THOMAS Markle has given his first interview since missing the royal wedding, revealing the word of warning he gave Prince Harry.

Agenda includes a ban on wet wipes to Airbnb regulations

Agenda includes a ban on wet wipes to Airbnb regulations

BUNDY'S CEO Steve Johnston along with mayor Jack Dempsey and councillor Scott Rowleson are attending the annual Local Government Association National Assembly.

America is furious with Trump

America is furious with Trump

THE best known figures in US politics are lining up to condemn the President for this “cruel”, “immoral” and “inhumane” act.

In court: Man accused of using fake gun to scare students

premium_icon In court: Man accused of using fake gun to scare students

A MAN, 21, accused of threatening Bundaberg Tafe students with a replica gun will remain behind bars after a magistrate refused an application for bail.

‘I love you Indie, I will never forget you’

premium_icon ‘I love you Indie, I will never forget you’

LITTLE hands, new to writing, have helped fill a memorial board to their six-year-old friend torn from them in the weekend’s carpark tragedy.

Newman: ‘My rail plan would have halved fares’

premium_icon Newman: ‘My rail plan would have halved fares’

FORMER Premier Campbell Newman says train fares could have been halved under the LNP’s original driver-operator-only design.

Carpark tragedy: What do we do about older drivers?

premium_icon Carpark tragedy: What do we do about older drivers?

THE fact a driver in her 80s was behind the wheel of a car that hit and killed a little girl in a shopping centre carpark has sparked an emotive debate.

Skoda Kodiaq Sportline has seven-seat SUV smarts

Skoda Kodiaq Sportline has seven-seat SUV smarts

Don't get grizzly, just bear with me ... dad jokes aside the Skoda Kodiaq Sportline proves a sporty addition to the family.

Amazon launches Prime for Aussie customers

Amazon launches Prime for Aussie customers

AMAZON is offering free two business day delivery with the launch of Amazon Prime in Australia amid criticism of its local store.

Mon 18 Jun 2018

‘I was not in control of the plane’

‘I was not in control of the plane’

A QANTAS plane suddenly plunged towards the ocean, not once, but twice, due to a mysterious glitch onboard the popular aircraft.

A step closer to scrapping tampon tax

A step closer to scrapping tampon tax

EVEN though the Greens’ bill to remove a 10 per cent tax on tampons was passed today, it doesn’t mean it’s going to happen.

Thousands attend vigil for Eurydice Dixon

Thousands attend vigil for Eurydice Dixon

THOUSANDS of people have paid tribute to Eurydice Dixon.

Sad note found in children’s book

Sad note found in children’s book

A MUM and daughter are on the hunt for the owner of a children’s book found in a op shop after they discovered a heartbreaking message inside.

"I'm waiting for you at your office and I know."

"I'm waiting for you at your office and I know."

IT'S the phone call a cheating husband or partner must dread. For Shack author William Paul Young it became the start of a long, tumultuous pathway to healing.

SBS to take control of World Cup coverage

SBS to take control of World Cup coverage

BREAKING: SBS is set to take charge of World Cup broadcasting in Australia for the next 48 hours as the besieged Optus Sport tries to fix the streaming issues that...

Why you shouldn’t share these photos

Why you shouldn’t share these photos

AUSTRALIA was rocked by three shocking crimes last week, and the public wants justice. But posts like these do the exact opposite.

Jedinak: Never take anything for granted

Jedinak: Never take anything for granted

THE stakes are high for Australia’s clash with Denmark and Mile Jedinak says no one is a certainty with Bert van Marwijk tipped to opt for more attack.

Dusty off after AFL ump touch rule change

premium_icon Dusty off after AFL ump touch rule change

THE AFL admits it has revamped the way it judges umpire contact cases after letting Richmond superstar Dustin Martin off with a penalty.

Gordon called into Wallabies, Genia out for six weeks

Gordon called into Wallabies, Genia out for six weeks

WARATAHS halfback Jake Gordon has been called into Wallabies squad for series decider against Ireland after Will Genia was ruled out with broken arm.

MYSTERY PAINTING: Stolen art turns up in Bundy 18 years on

premium_icon MYSTERY PAINTING: Stolen art turns up in Bundy 18 years on

IT WAS dropped off at the Bundaberg Lifeline Superstore - unassuming and just like any other donation, until...

Knight faces two-game ban, Warrior cops same fate

Knight faces two-game ban, Warrior cops same fate

NEWCASTLE second-rower Lachlan Fitzgibbon faces a maximum two-game NRL ban for dangerous contact while a Warriors star has accepted his charge.

Khawaja breaks silence on ODI dumping

Khawaja breaks silence on ODI dumping

ONLY two players have scored more domestic one-day runs than Usman Khawaja in the past four years, but the Queensland captain says he needs to do even more.

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