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Mon 17 Jun 2019

'It can't be something that's budgeted for three years'

premium_icon 'It can't be something that's budgeted for three years'

While Charlie Symons has the luxury of owning his own home, not all pensioners share in this benefit.

Girls tackling new league competition in the Wide Bay

premium_icon Girls tackling new league competition in the Wide Bay

For Ebony Doherty the start of the new Wide Bay girls competition kicking off will create further opportunities for her to play league.

From depth of self doubt to the top of the world

premium_icon From depth of self doubt to the top of the world

Aaron Finch has revealed the subtle changes that took him from being unsure of his place in the side to leading it to the summit of the World Cup ladder.

Monday Buzz: Crusher will result in broken neck

premium_icon Monday Buzz: Crusher will result in broken neck

Penrith legend Greg Alexander has gone out of his way to make noise about the awful nature of the crusher tackle. It must be immediately stamped out with 10-week...

Man suffers serious arm injuries trapped in machine

premium_icon Man suffers serious arm injuries trapped in machine

A MAN has suffered serious injuries to his arms in a workplace incident on the Southern Downs this morning.

The Tackle: Stack critics can get stuffed

premium_icon The Tackle: Stack critics can get stuffed

Sydney Stack’s affection for Eddie Betts’ genius was no sign of weakness, but a player living in the moment, and will be a game-changer for player behaviour.

ORGAN DONATION: How one conversation saved two lives

premium_icon ORGAN DONATION: How one conversation saved two lives

Andrew Crase will always remember his older sister Jean as fun-loving, full-of-life and up for an adventure

IN COURT: People to appear in Fraser Coast courts today

premium_icon IN COURT: People to appear in Fraser Coast courts today

Each day a number of people appear at Fraser Coast courts, on a range of different charges.

'Amazing': People flock to experience scUber at Heron

premium_icon 'Amazing': People flock to experience scUber at Heron

A nimble submarine ride through the Great Barrier Reef has been hailed a success, with tickets selling in less than five minutes

Gas tax hike flows on to consumers

premium_icon Gas tax hike flows on to consumers

A Budget decision to claw in an extra $476 million in gas taxes will cost consumers big, the Queensland Resources Council says.

Native title applicants remain divided over Adani

premium_icon Native title applicants remain divided over Adani

Wangan and Jagalingou Family Council says people were "coerced" into while others welcome the Carmichael Mine Project

Worrying reason for Broncos’ ‘embarrassing’ loss

premium_icon Worrying reason for Broncos’ ‘embarrassing’ loss

While the Broncos admit they “didn’t turn up” in their loss to Parramatta, coach Anthony Seibold believes there was another reason for the insipid performance.

Health concerns as 5G spots revealed

premium_icon Health concerns as 5G spots revealed

A southeast Queensland mum says she is concerned about the number of 5G hotspot locations, ahead of the technology’s rollout.

BREAKING: Dark turn in H'Bay missing person investigation

premium_icon BREAKING: Dark turn in H'Bay missing person investigation

A man has been arrested in relation to the suspicious disappearance of 35-year-old Shae Francis.

We’ve got charity fatigue — and we don’t care

premium_icon We’ve got charity fatigue — and we don’t care

How is that middle-class Australians have become a bunch of ungenerous moaners who think mainly of themselves rather than those less fortunate?

How to survive the pain of the WhatsApp parent group

premium_icon How to survive the pain of the WhatsApp parent group

WhatsApp has become the domain of annoying overzealous parents, writes Darren Levin. If you want any sanity, the only solution is to delete the app.

Gold Coaster clinches Miss Teen Queensland title

premium_icon Gold Coaster clinches Miss Teen Queensland title

Balancing an international dance career with her Miss Teen Queensland responsibilities and finishing Year 12 sounds like a juggling act.

Flood tragedy sparks crucial changes

premium_icon Flood tragedy sparks crucial changes

Tweed Shire Council is set to undergo a major overhaul in flood procedure in the wake of a coronial inquest into the deaths of a mother and children.

Backflip on controversial immigration move

premium_icon Backflip on controversial immigration move

It was a measure that caused a political divide in the contentious issue of immigration, now the Federal Government has backed down.

Changing times for today’s backpackers

premium_icon Changing times for today’s backpackers

Wet T-shirt contests and Jägerbombs are taking a back seat to an “immersive” travel experience in Gen Y backpackers according a report released this week.

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