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Fri 22 Feb 2019

Real estate prodigy's big mistake

premium_icon Real estate prodigy's big mistake

Bruce Highway cops net 'nervous' young agent with illicit stash

Thu 21 Feb 2019

How the Liberals lost ‘star’ Bishop

How the Liberals lost ‘star’ Bishop

JULIE Bishop’s shock departure comes down to one mistake the party made after she became the first woman to contest its leadership.

Tributes flow in for Moranbah miner

premium_icon Tributes flow in for Moranbah miner

'This tragedy will reach deep into the hearts of all our residents'

Jobs on the line as company goes bust

premium_icon Jobs on the line as company goes bust

MORE than 150 jobs are at risk after an overseas company contracted to build engines for Australia’s new generation of armoured vehicles went bust.

Man sues over elbow injuries from excessive computer work

premium_icon Man sues over elbow injuries from excessive computer work

A FORMER call centre operator has launched legal action against car hire company Hertz, claiming years of excessive work have left his elbows in tatters.

Locky urges Broncos: It’s time to man up

premium_icon Locky urges Broncos: It’s time to man up

They are considered serious contenders for the NRL premiership but Brisbane great Darren Lockyer says there’s still one thing the Broncos need to focus on.

McEvoy: The Autumn Sun still on the rise

premium_icon McEvoy: The Autumn Sun still on the rise

The Autumn Sun, rated the heir apparent to Winx as the nation’s best racehorse, and jockey Kerrin McEvoy reckons the best is yet to come.

The move Supercars champ never thought he’d make

premium_icon The move Supercars champ never thought he’d make

It is the ironic twist Russell Ingall never saw coming.

Tick-infested snake unrecognisable

premium_icon Tick-infested snake unrecognisable

AUSTRALIA'S most famous snake has made a full recovery since his discovery in the bush, covered in ticks. Now, Nike is unrecognisable.

Walsh stars for Blues against Hawks

premium_icon Walsh stars for Blues against Hawks

Patrick Cripps is the current King of Carlton but he might soon have an heir apparent with No.1 draft pick Sam Walsh starring against Hawthorn.

Defence key to Titans’ top-eight hopes

premium_icon Defence key to Titans’ top-eight hopes

Gold Coast coach Garth Brennan has demanded his team become known for their defence rather than attack as the Titans prepare to challenge for finals footy.

Mother-daughter duo aiming for APRA national finals

premium_icon Mother-daughter duo aiming for APRA national finals

WARWICK can rightly claim to have some of the best ropers in the nation

Rattled Ikin endures horror golf debut

premium_icon Rattled Ikin endures horror golf debut

Ben Ikin played 17 fierce State of Origin games yet can never remember “my heart beating outside my chest” like it felt during his frayed big-time golf debut.

Lawyer X to be unmasked after Court of Appeal ruling

premium_icon Lawyer X to be unmasked after Court of Appeal ruling

VICTORIA'S highest court has ruled in the Herald Sun’s favour and ordered that the identity of Lawyer X can be unmasked.

State’s own expert says Adani process a ‘mess’

premium_icon State’s own expert says Adani process a ‘mess’

THE industry expert appointed by the Palaszczuk Government to spruik Queensland’s resources sector has described the Adani approval process as a “mess”.

Hilltop Hoods put cancer kids on stage

premium_icon Hilltop Hoods put cancer kids on stage

AFTER Daniel Smith’s son Liam went into remission for leukaemia, the Hilltop Hoods rapper decided to give young cancer sufferers the experience of a lifetime.

Why I won’t let my kids join the climate strike

premium_icon Why I won’t let my kids join the climate strike

THE idea of school kids wagging school to protest climate change, horrifies me, writes Louise Roberts. School is for learning, not activism.

Scott fit to fire in Cowboys title tilt

premium_icon Scott fit to fire in Cowboys title tilt

After an injury-interrupted 2018 season, veteran Cowboys prop Matt Scott is ready to return to his barnstorming best for North Queensland.

Bad weather causes cruise cancellation

premium_icon Bad weather causes cruise cancellation

TROPICAL Cyclone Oma has dealt an economic blow to Gladstone before a breath of her wind was able reach our shores.

$3.9m lawsuit against Fraser Coast council settled

premium_icon $3.9m lawsuit against Fraser Coast council settled

A DEFAMATION suit potentially worth $3.9 million launched against the Fraser Coast council has been settled.

Reds name rising star in key role for season opener

premium_icon Reds name rising star in key role for season opener

Jordan Petaia’s selection at outside centre is the first win for the Queensland Reds who have shown they are smart enough to be flexible with key selections.

Ali chasing day of ironman success

premium_icon Ali chasing day of ironman success

It’s the minor freak-out which could help deliver Ali Day a rare perfect season in Australian surf lifesaving.

'Highly-infectious' measles confirmed on Coast

'Highly-infectious' measles confirmed on Coast

Health warning as Coast resident diagnosed with measles after overseas trip.

Could this be racing’s biggest fairytale?

Could this be racing’s biggest fairytale?

He hasn’t won a race since 2017, but one horse is guaranteed a $90,000 windfall when he runs at Flemington next month - and it’s all because of people power

Storm young gun could snare No. 1 jersey

premium_icon Storm young gun could snare No. 1 jersey

Scott Drinkwater has impressed so much in the pre-season he could upstage Billy Slater’s long-time successor and win the race to be Melbourne’s next fullback.

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