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Wed 23 Oct 2019

New animal cruelty claims, betting allegations in Weir case

premium_icon New animal cruelty claims, betting allegations in Weir case

Darren Weir’s right-hand man hit horses, court documents have claimed, while 'shocking' of horses has been allegedly linked to corrupt betting in Melbourne Cup.

Woman gouges out her sister’s eyes out

Woman gouges out her sister’s eyes out

A woman has been sent to jail after she stabbed her sister more than 100 times and gouged out her eyes in a “cruel” and jealous rage.

One in four Aussie firms keen to connect to 5G

One in four Aussie firms keen to connect to 5G

ALMOST a quarter of Australian businesses plan to adopt 5G services in the next 18 months, according to a new report.

Storm star refusing to rule out Broncos switch

premium_icon Storm star refusing to rule out Broncos switch

With the Broncos calling, Storm halfback Brodie Croft revealed his future remains up in the air but is hopeful it gets sorted ‘sooner rather than later.’

Cheika chaos hurts case against Folau

premium_icon Cheika chaos hurts case against Folau

They can’t stand each other, but Michael Cheika and Raelene Castle must unite to defeat Israel Folau or risk plunging Australian rugby further into chaos.

King-sized shock as stars take pay cuts

premium_icon King-sized shock as stars take pay cuts

While Andrew Bogut and Casper Ware take up a significant chunk of the Kings’ salary cap, the team’s other stars have taken pay cuts this season. Here’s why.

Fundraiser after dad killed in confrontantion

premium_icon Fundraiser after dad killed in confrontantion

FRIENDS of a Springfield man, killed in a confrontation with his daughter’s ex-boyfriend, have set up an online fundraiser to provide for his grieving family.

Recall after nationwide food poisoning

Recall after nationwide food poisoning

Two people have been hospitalised as a nationwide food poisoning outbreak prompts urgent warnings to check freezers for a brand of microwave meals.

Aussie cricket trio take on the greatest

Aussie cricket trio take on the greatest

A trio of some of our best cricket stars have faced off against some of the greatest balls in cricket history, including deliveries from Warne and Lillee.

IN PHOTOS: Massive blaze rocks Peregian community

premium_icon IN PHOTOS: Massive blaze rocks Peregian community

Exhausted firefighters have battled a large blaze that broke out at Peregian Beach this morning, just one month after a devastating fire storm.

Eight year old girl’s pain-free Band Aid idea a winner

premium_icon Eight year old girl’s pain-free Band Aid idea a winner

Nobody likes tearing off a Band Aid. So it’s no surprise a primary school student’s pain-free sticking plaster idea has proved a hit.

‘Ifs, buts and maybes don’t get you the trophy’

premium_icon ‘Ifs, buts and maybes don’t get you the trophy’

Shane van Gisbergen and Garth Tander won’t get distracted by the Bathurst controversy as they look to get back on winning track on the Gold Coast this weekend.

‘Beyond offensive’: Kmart dumps child bride costume

‘Beyond offensive’: Kmart dumps child bride costume

Kmart has apologised for selling a children’s bride costume after a Melbourne mum called it “beyond inappropriate and offensive”.

65 jobs at risk as major construction company goes under

premium_icon 65 jobs at risk as major construction company goes under

With three offices and almost 70 workers the family-owned company that started 30 years ago has been put into liquidation and its future is now under a cloud.

Girlfriend dies after horrific find on phone

Girlfriend dies after horrific find on phone

A 21-year-old woman was found dead after she discovered shocking content on her boyfriend’s phone that left her “violated and hurt”.

Buckenara: Scary Lions set for another golden era

premium_icon Buckenara: Scary Lions set for another golden era

In the not near future, Brisbane could have 23 players on their list Gary Buckenara rates as either A or B graders. That’s a scary proposition for their rivals.

Block couple go rogue: ‘It’s all a lie’

Block couple go rogue: ‘It’s all a lie’

One Block couple have sensationally slammed the show, accusing producers of bullying and saying they wish they never went on it.

A millionaire ‘priest’, a love triangle and semi-naked hugs

premium_icon A millionaire ‘priest’, a love triangle and semi-naked hugs

A court has heard a bizarre case of an orthodox "priest's" estate involving his female carer and a man who claims to have been tortured by the Vietcong.

Stop Maclaren! Adelaide target in-form marksman

premium_icon Stop Maclaren! Adelaide target in-form marksman

Melbourne City star Jamie Maclaren enters TWednesday night's FFA Cup final in stunning form. Needless to say, Adelaide have stressed the need to close him down.

Loving Gaby set to light up the night

Loving Gaby set to light up the night

Trainer Ciaron Maher expects filly Loving Gaby to bounce back from her best when she takes on the older horses in the Group 1 Manikato Stakes at The Valley.

State Government responds to explosive coal report

premium_icon State Government responds to explosive coal report

Environment department say damning environmental plans were never even considered.

‘I’m worried’: Concern over Holmes gamble

‘I’m worried’: Concern over Holmes gamble

Valentine Holmes has reportedly agreed to a rich deal with the Cowboys — but one NRL legend has warned against the multi-million dollar gamble.

Legend sure Miller will fire up in front of home fans

premium_icon Legend sure Miller will fire up in front of home fans

Aussie Jack Miller is having his best MotoGP year to date and one former champion is confident that will translate into glory at Phillip Island this weekend.

Mid-flight note brings star to tears

Mid-flight note brings star to tears

An anonymous note slipped to a tennis star in the middle of a flight has brought tears to the player’s eyes with an incredible gesture.

Three-year-olds learn to protest at pre-school

premium_icon Three-year-olds learn to protest at pre-school

Kids at a preschool have been facilitated by educators to petition to fly the Aboriginal flag on the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the act slammed as manipulation.

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