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Thu 17 Oct 2019

Bach star’s plastic surgery transformation

Bach star’s plastic surgery transformation

With his tattoos and long hair Ciarran Stott is easily one of this year’s most recognisable contestants — but he didn’t always look like this.

Incredible moment in wake of horror crash

premium_icon Incredible moment in wake of horror crash

As his family continues its miracle recovery from a horrific car crash a father has shared an incredible picture of their journey, and issued a selfless plea.

Blackwater attack: ‘What sort of scum does this?’

premium_icon Blackwater attack: ‘What sort of scum does this?’

A former resident has spoken out about the town she once loved, saying it is now out of control.

New boss appointed for disability scheme

New boss appointed for disability scheme

A former NSW department head has been appointed chief executive of the National Disability Insurance Agency.

Turning poo into power: How USQ hopes to solve energy issues

premium_icon Turning poo into power: How USQ hopes to solve energy issues

A UNIQUELY Australian project looking at turning human and animal waste into electricity could secure access to energy well into the future.

Single-use plastic bag ban gets voted down

premium_icon Single-use plastic bag ban gets voted down

The Berejiklian government has rejected Labor’s bill to ban single-use plastic bags.

Rollerblader spotted in his ‘undies’ on busy road

premium_icon Rollerblader spotted in his ‘undies’ on busy road

Video footage has captured a middle-aged man rollerblading in his underwear along a busy road... in broad daylight. WARNING: Cannot be unseen

Major Friends blunders you never noticed

Major Friends blunders you never noticed

On at least two occasions, there were complete strangers on our screens pretending to be one of the stars. Here’s everything else you missed.

Married couple falls in love with mother, forms new family

Married couple falls in love with mother, forms new family

A married couple with two children have fallen in love with a mother who they met at their gym and now they all live together in a happy polyamorous household.

Spot the croc: Stickybeak saltie checks out fishos

premium_icon Spot the croc: Stickybeak saltie checks out fishos

PHOTOS: An inquisitive crocodile has been spotted lurking near fishermen as it tries to scope out an easy meal of fish.

Man who shielded baby from fire loses ‘everything’

premium_icon Man who shielded baby from fire loses ‘everything’

AN “upstanding” man who shielded his 14-month-old from flames as his house burnt down has lost “everything”.

Welfare drug test laws on way to Senate

Welfare drug test laws on way to Senate

Draft laws forcing some Australians on welfare to undergo drug tests are on the way to the Senate after passing the first hurdle of parliament on Thursday

State moves ahead with treaty plan

premium_icon State moves ahead with treaty plan

Official talks of a treaty that could deliver better health and housing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Queensland are under way.

Deep-water may corrode Byron Bay's coastal ecosystems

premium_icon Deep-water may corrode Byron Bay's coastal ecosystems

SCU studied the issue at Cape Byron Marine Park and the results are out.

‘Johnboy is dead’: Double-fatal a warning for teen in court

premium_icon ‘Johnboy is dead’: Double-fatal a warning for teen in court

THE mother of a Toowoomba teen accused of a string of burglaries has told the lad he will end up dead like a man killed in a stolen car crash near Brisbane.

How to watch the AFL QLD Schools Cup

premium_icon How to watch the AFL QLD Schools Cup

Some of state’s finest young Aussie Rules players will take the field when the AFL Queensland Schools Cup State Finals begin tomorrow. WATCH THEM HERE

Jobs slashed at major Coast food manufacturer

premium_icon Jobs slashed at major Coast food manufacturer

Senior executives have confirmed job cuts have been made in one of the Sunshine Coast's most prominent food production companies.

Zoo welcomes cute, cuddly and endangered fawn

premium_icon Zoo welcomes cute, cuddly and endangered fawn

THERE is new hope this species will be saved from extinction with a fawn born at Darling Downs Zoo.

Crusty Demons organisers accused of withholding money

Crusty Demons organisers accused of withholding money

A Crusty Demons tour was already under fire as hundreds were left severely unimpressed. Now they’re copping a very serious accusation.

‘Trawler’ stench from lake as water dries up

premium_icon ‘Trawler’ stench from lake as water dries up

“DEAD eels and turtles” have been spotted at fast-drying Gatton lake, leaving a foul stench “like a trawler.”

Gympie grower 'just wanted to be left alone with his dope'

premium_icon Gympie grower 'just wanted to be left alone with his dope'

Patrick Richard Michel DeSurmount, an Australian citizen born in Paris in 1958, pleaded guilty to possessing 3.53kg of marijuana and seeds

Premier's dig at Beattie over grand final decision

premium_icon Premier's dig at Beattie over grand final decision

Palaszczuk has been heckled by members of the Opposition as she took a swipe at Peter Beattie over the NRL's decision to the grand final in Sydney

FLASHBACK: Remembering the 2009 Caulfield Cup bushfires

premium_icon FLASHBACK: Remembering the 2009 Caulfield Cup bushfires

Across Rockhampton, it looked like a bomb had gone off in the Lakes Creek area as a huge, fast moving bushfire raced out of the national park and into the city.

Teenage girl rescued from sex ring dies

Teenage girl rescued from sex ring dies

Leticia Serrano was 13 when she was drugged and sold to sex traffickers. Her family is completely shattered by her tragic end.

Best pizza restaurants revealed

Best pizza restaurants revealed

Finding great pizza is practically a national sport. Thick, thin, traditional or with an Aussie twist, and that’s before anyone mentions pineapple.

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