Opinion

Thu 23 May 2019

Premier just out-Beattied Beattie

premium_icon Premier just out-Beattied Beattie

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has effectively demanded action from herself on the Adani mine, and has shown more front than former premier Peter Beattie.

Can't wait for Origin this year

premium_icon Can't wait for Origin this year

The NRL is getting it right on the field this season and I can't wait to see what Origin produces.

Wed 22 May 2019

Daily apologises for concern over front page imagery

Daily apologises for concern over front page imagery

Our front page imagery in Monday's edition of the Sunshine Coast Daily - of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk in the crosshairs - has caused a lot of concern.

Detail that spells big trouble for royals

Detail that spells big trouble for royals

Meghan Markle boasted an impressive CV long before she added Duchess to her name. Which is why this latest move is such a disappointment.

The unthinkable tragedy a Warwick man will never forget

The unthinkable tragedy a Warwick man will never forget

THE baby was in the dirt, hastily covered with branches and abandoned with the placenta still attached.

Tue 21 May 2019

Qld suffers while Labor and LNP slumber

premium_icon Qld suffers while Labor and LNP slumber

The federal election was a crystal ball for Annastacia Palaszczuk and her lazy colleagues while the LNP's Deb Frecklington needs to step up or stand down.

Problem Tanya’s shock statement reveals

Problem Tanya’s shock statement reveals

TANYA Plibersek gave one reason for her decision not to run for the Labor leadership, and it revealed something that needs to change.

Old saying still rings true - a mother's work is never done

premium_icon Old saying still rings true - a mother's work is never done

Let's face it, occasions like Mother's Day can become rife with unmet expectations.

Parents still don’t know where we stand with ScoMo

premium_icon Parents still don’t know where we stand with ScoMo

It’s hard to say what will happen under Scott Morrison, but it’s almost certain that parents, who need a community, will stand to lose, writes Alys Gagnon.

Madonna will survive Eurovision just fine, thank you

premium_icon Madonna will survive Eurovision just fine, thank you

Maybe Eurovision wasn’t the ideal spot for the queen of pop to try out her latest interpretative art piece, but as any true fan can tell you, that’s peak Madonna.

Folau’s sacking isn’t a win for gay Australians

premium_icon Folau’s sacking isn’t a win for gay Australians

As a gay man and avid rugby fan, you’d think I’d be cheering to see Israel Folau lose his job. But actually, I’m terrified, writes Simon Copland.

OPINION: Lots of lessons to learn from election

OPINION: Lots of lessons to learn from election

I, LIKE many, foolishly put too much faith in what were ultimately faulty polls ahead of Saturday's election.

Blame Queensland? Try walking a mile in our shoes

premium_icon Blame Queensland? Try walking a mile in our shoes

Queensland has yet again become enemy number 1 with leftists, accused of being "red necks” after helping the LNP claim an election win.

Mon 20 May 2019

Timely backing for track as Ipswich Cup approaches

premium_icon Timely backing for track as Ipswich Cup approaches

THE latest race meeting at Ipswich was run in good conditions on the 130 year old track.

YOUR SAY: Election night drinking game

YOUR SAY: Election night drinking game

The election night television coverage drinking game.

YOUR SAY: Voting for animals, pirates and dope

YOUR SAY: Voting for animals, pirates and dope

It was perturbing allocating votes in the senate to the Help End Marijuana Prohibition, The Animal Justice Party and The Pirate Party.

What Australia still doesn’t get about Queensland

premium_icon What Australia still doesn’t get about Queensland

As hard as they try, southerners will never understand what makes Queenslanders tick. And the federal election was the perfect example.

Bolt: Why the climate change election failed the Left

premium_icon Bolt: Why the climate change election failed the Left

This was, above all, an election on climate change. The great global warming scare crusaders have been crushed, writes Andrew Bolt, and reason was rewarded.

Hawke's death a sad reminder of how far pollies have fallen

premium_icon Hawke's death a sad reminder of how far pollies have fallen

Former PM's death hits home just how far leadership credentials have fallen among elected few.

Sun 19 May 2019

Opinion: Hinkler voters switched off to Labor from the start

premium_icon Opinion: Hinkler voters switched off to Labor from the start

PRIME Minister Scott Morrison has etched himself a special place in the pages of the Liberal party and nation's history books with a victory few saw coming.

Newer Older