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Sun 19 May 2019

World’s Hottest Grandma slams online bullies

premium_icon World’s Hottest Grandma slams online bullies

The World’s Hottest Grandma is hitting back at online bullies after revealing she had been targeted by nasty comments that were “soul-destroying.”

VICTORY: Pitt thanks voters as Pascoe calls to concede seat

premium_icon VICTORY: Pitt thanks voters as Pascoe calls to concede seat

Mr Pitt said he had received a phone call from Labor candidate Richard Pascoe to concede the seat of Hinkler.

Adani push: 'Time the silent majority stopped being silent'

premium_icon Adani push: 'Time the silent majority stopped being silent'

'You give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. You teach a man to fish, you feed him for a life time.'

Albo's bold pitch for Labor leadership

premium_icon Albo's bold pitch for Labor leadership

ANTHONY Albanese has made a bold pitch to be the next Labor leader, acknowledging the party needs to do some soul-searching.

Smith, Warner’s mental health a top priority

premium_icon Smith, Warner’s mental health a top priority

Steve Smith and David Warner will be offered emotional support to help cope with what is expected to be four months of relentless crowd abuse in England.

Why women get away with objectifying and sexualising blokes

premium_icon Why women get away with objectifying and sexualising blokes

We don’t flirt or talk about sex anymore, we men. We’re not allowed to. No, that’s not quite right. We don’t allow ourselves to do so.

‘Grateful’ Morrison emerges after ‘miracle’ election win

premium_icon ‘Grateful’ Morrison emerges after ‘miracle’ election win

Prime Minister Scott Morrison thanked his constituents this morning after leading the Coalition to a stunning election victory.

Premier denies Adani link to election failure

premium_icon Premier denies Adani link to election failure

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and her Deputy Jackie Trad have refused to concede the handling of the Adani coal mine had a role in Labor’s drubbing at...

'Truly awful': Witness tells of double-fatal crash

premium_icon 'Truly awful': Witness tells of double-fatal crash

Two people are on the run after a horrifying crash overnight in Windsor that killed two men and left a major road closed for more than seven hours.

Detail behind Gutherson’s staggering new deal

premium_icon Detail behind Gutherson’s staggering new deal

Clint Gutherson’s new deal could be worth far more than what was first thought and propels him into the top echelon of money earners in the game.

Tourist seriously injured in rollover near Mundubbera

premium_icon Tourist seriously injured in rollover near Mundubbera

A MALE tourist has been airlifted to a Brisbane hospital after he was reportedly injured in a rollover south west of Mundubbera.

Political experts: What went wrong for Labor in Flynn

premium_icon Political experts: What went wrong for Labor in Flynn

POLITICAL experts say a shake-up is needed in the Australian Labor Party to regain support in regional areas including Flynn.

How the Coalition victory will impact you

premium_icon How the Coalition victory will impact you

From young families, to small business owners and retirees, here are the major changes the Coalition has planned that will affect you.

How Labor lost the unloseable election

premium_icon How Labor lost the unloseable election

It was supposed to be the unloseable election for Labor, but party insiders and senior figures have revealed what they believe turned voters away.

Agricultural advisors help cane growers to see green

premium_icon Agricultural advisors help cane growers to see green

Agricultural advisors arrive in region to help farmers improve profits and environmental impacts

Coast top cop picks up national award

premium_icon Coast top cop picks up national award

The Coast's own top cop, Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Debbie Platz, has won a major women's business award.

How Queensland helped deliver a Coalition win

premium_icon How Queensland helped deliver a Coalition win

Queensland has essentially gifted Scott Morrison the election, overwhelmingly rejecting a Bill Shorten-led government. Here’s what caused voters to turn their backs...

Suspension blow for Maroons Origin hopeful

premium_icon Suspension blow for Maroons Origin hopeful

Queensland Origin contender Jake Granville risks missing last chance to press for selection for series opener after being charged by match review committee.

'LNP boys' club' needs breaking up

premium_icon 'LNP boys' club' needs breaking up

Independent Moe Turaga wants to keep challenging LNP representatives by making them work for their win.

Clock is ticking for returning Walker

premium_icon Clock is ticking for returning Walker

When Manly centre Dylan Walker runs onto Pointsbet Stadium against Cronulla on Sunday, he will have one month to resurrect his troubled career.

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