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Tue 26 May 2020

Moment mum ‘pushed’ son into canal

Moment mum ‘pushed’ son into canal

A clip of a mum, charged with murdering her autistic son, allegedly pushing him into a canal as she runs away has emerged. Warning: Graphic

Anti-vaxxers advice to furious followers

Anti-vaxxers advice to furious followers

An Aussie couple, best known for speaking out against vaccines, has issued some interesting advice to their passionate followers.

ScoMo’s response to Aussies denied $1500

ScoMo’s response to Aussies denied $1500

The PM has issued a message to workers who missed out on the JobKeeper payment, insisting there was another option for those struggling.

‘Finally we can relax’: Dining out back on the menu

premium_icon ‘Finally we can relax’: Dining out back on the menu

Operating a restaurant under changing coronavirus restrictions is no easy task, but for Mark Dunnett, the decision to reopen “wasn’t too much of a struggle”.

‘Just stick to the plan’: LNP lashes out over border backflip

premium_icon ‘Just stick to the plan’: LNP lashes out over border...

“Are we seriously going to say in the middle of winter someone from the Tweed can have a martini in Melbourne but not a beer in Burleigh?”

Influencer dumped after refusing discount

Influencer dumped after refusing discount

A Sydney-based influencer has hit back at brands who cut ties with her after she refused to work for free during the global pandemic.

Serial burglar jailed after breaking into 10 homes

premium_icon Serial burglar jailed after breaking into 10 homes

More than 10 homes and cars were broken into by a Brassall burglar, who was today jailed for his chronic offending.

‘Not fit’: ScoMo’s surprise move

‘Not fit’: ScoMo’s surprise move

In a speech outlining how Australia will recover from the coronavirus pandemic, Scott Morrison has enlisted an unlikely ally to change workplace rules.

Neighbours star reflects on horror crash

Neighbours star reflects on horror crash

Neighbours star Madeleine West has shared a graphic photo detailing her injuries after an accident that almost derailed her career.

From coloured hair to a bare minimum done Friday

premium_icon From coloured hair to a bare minimum done Friday

Baker said she was excited but an investment in beanies was planned given the recent cool spell of weather

Farmer buried up to his neck by a fallen grain silo

premium_icon Farmer buried up to his neck by a fallen grain silo

A WORKER suffered serious arm, leg, pelvic, abdominal and chest injuries when he was crushed by a silo.

“In this together”: National Reconciliation Week begins

premium_icon “In this together”: National Reconciliation Week begins

With National Reconciliation Week upon us for another year, Central Queensland Indigenous Development believes reconciliation means different things to different...

Full blown border war: Unapologetic Anna under attack

premium_icon Full blown border war: Unapologetic Anna under attack

A fired-up Annastacia Palaszczuk has come out all guns blazing in the border war saying she has ‘sleepless nights’ about the impact on the economy

AFLQ training guidelines released

premium_icon AFLQ training guidelines released

AFLQ released stage two return to training guidelines which will be active from June 12

PM: Australia has reason to hope

premium_icon PM: Australia has reason to hope

Scott Morrison has told the National Press Club Australia is weathering the economic hit of the coronavirus pandemic “better than many and better than most”

Why Hugh won’t win Oscar for hit film

Why Hugh won’t win Oscar for hit film

Aussie film legend Hugh Jackman is in career-best form in his latest film but despite plenty of love, it can’t break his Oscar duck.

As I leave journalism, my one message to politicians

premium_icon As I leave journalism, my one message to politicians

After 20 years in journalism, I have watched some of the most influential politicians across the spectrum, writes Renee Viellaris

Deadly cost of summer bushfire smoke

premium_icon Deadly cost of summer bushfire smoke

The shocking hidden toll of summer’s bushfires has been revealed, with hundreds of deaths linked to smoke inhalation. Thick haze lingered over Victoria

Mum found with ice making kit in Wiggles brand suitcase

premium_icon Mum found with ice making kit in Wiggles brand suitcase

A Gold Coast mum was found with items used to produce the dangerous drug ice hidden in a Wiggles suitcase in her garage and a shotgun in her wardrobe.

Frydenberg rejects call to explain $60b Jobkeeper bungle

premium_icon Frydenberg rejects call to explain $60b Jobkeeper bungle

Frydenberg has resisted calls to explain to the Senate how the Treasury and ATO over-estimated the scope and cost of the country’s largest ever stimulus

‘Game-changer’: Gladstone has 5G from today

premium_icon ‘Game-changer’: Gladstone has 5G from today

Residents of the Gladstone region will now be able to get super fast downloads and streaming with 5G

Why Mel disappeared from MasterChef

Why Mel disappeared from MasterChef

MasterChef viewers were full of speculation last night when Melissa Leong was mysteriously absent from screens.

‘Tucka-Time’ to receive new $37k grant

premium_icon ‘Tucka-Time’ to receive new $37k grant

A grant will help a Gladstone organisation increase access to fresh fruit and improve nutrition of indigenous students.

‘Dope my brah’: Balcony murder accused’s rap videos revealed

premium_icon ‘Dope my brah’: Balcony murder accused’s rap videos revealed

One of the three men accused of the murder of Brisbane teen Cian English was a wannabe rapper. In a series of videos, the 20-year-old talks about people being in awe of...

Shocking claims: Girl, 4, dead in cot 'for days'

premium_icon Shocking claims: Girl, 4, dead in cot 'for days'

Shocking new claims have emerged about the discovery of a four-year-old girl lying dead in her cot as her father is charged with murder, allegedly telling police he...

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