Network News

Tue 22 Jan 2019

Burgers are better than these health foods

Burgers are better than these health foods

While you may think you’re eating something good for you, many ‘healthy’ meals actually have more calories than a tasty burger.

Man who punched child in face may soon be free

premium_icon Man who punched child in face may soon be free

DESPITE punching a child in the face in a supermarket and terrorising his partner, a man with a record nearing 20 pages may soon be free.

The upside of spending your life with a cheetah

premium_icon The upside of spending your life with a cheetah

'He'd leap up at my chest and I'd go back so he'd fall down on top of me, pretend to bite my face and the crowd would just gasp. But then he'd start kissing me'

Dingo attack victim in “wrong place at the wrong time”

premium_icon Dingo attack victim in “wrong place at the wrong time”

The family of a Cairns child attacked by a dingo on Fraser Island are against a cull of the native wild dogs.

Arrests after violent brawl on Qld flight

premium_icon Arrests after violent brawl on Qld flight

A man is in custody after allegedly attacking terrified passengers on an international flight yesterday afternoon, forcing the plane to divert to Sydney.

Crash victim wants Prince Philip charged

Crash victim wants Prince Philip charged

A woman who was travelling in the car, which was hit by Prince Philip wants the royal to face prosecution if he’s found responsible for the smash.

Kyrgios backhands Aussie Olympic legend

Kyrgios backhands Aussie Olympic legend

Nick Kyrgios has joined in with a group of Australian tennis players openly slapping down Aussie Olympic legend Leisel Jones for her views on sexism in tennis.

Labor’s $1b boost to fuel Queensland jobs boom

premium_icon Labor’s $1b boost to fuel Queensland jobs boom

Australia’s hydrogen ­export industry would be opened up under an audacious $1 billion Labor plan intended to revive the fortunes of central Queensland.

Savage threat lurking in island paradise

premium_icon Savage threat lurking in island paradise

Fraser Island’s wild beauty is what draws hundreds of thousands of tourists. But the sand island’s rewards don’t come without risks, writes Peter Michael.

Mon 21 Jan 2019

Helliar, Price clash over pill testing

Helliar, Price clash over pill testing

The Project hosts clashed once again as Steve Price argued that introducing pill testing and removing sniffer dogs was a “dumb idea”.

‘I quit my smartphone for 2019’

‘I quit my smartphone for 2019’

SMARTPHONES are such a huge part of modern society that most of us couldn’t imagine life without ours. But this woman has taken on the challenge.

A cattle glut is coming as drought continues to ravage land

premium_icon A cattle glut is coming as drought continues to ravage land

IF YOU thought 2018 was bad, things are expected to get worse in a few months.

‘Intense hot spell’ coming your way

‘Intense hot spell’ coming your way

A BLISTERING run-up to Australia Day could see this January become the hottest ever recorded with upcoming 40C days forecast.

Man shoots himself in the foot chasing fox from coop

premium_icon Man shoots himself in the foot chasing fox from coop

A MAN who shot himself in the foot chasing a fox from his property northwest of Toowoomba this morning has vowed to never repeat the accident.

Child in serious condition after near-drowning

Child in serious condition after near-drowning

A child is in a serious but stable condition after a near-drowning in a backyard pool in Brisbane’s south.

Older