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Thu 27 Jun 2019

Toxic printer fumes blamed for Qld attack

Toxic printer fumes blamed for Qld attack

A NSW man has been denied bail for allegedly attempting to murder a man and his elderly mother in Queensland last year.

'I just want to know what happened to my dogs'

premium_icon 'I just want to know what happened to my dogs'

The following morning, he also found several dead cats and crows at the end of the street.

Blokes around the country are walking, talking, supporting

premium_icon Blokes around the country are walking, talking, supporting

Grown from a group of local NSW men, the Coast's first walk will be launched this week to end stigmas around men's mental health.

Aust migration policy wins fans in US, UK

Aust migration policy wins fans in US, UK

AUSTRALIA'S policies on immigration have won admiration from both US President Donald Trump and the front contender for Britain's leadership, Boris Johnson.

Qld woman stabbed to death, boy hurt

Qld woman stabbed to death, boy hurt

A man will be charged with murder after a woman was stabbed to death and a child wounded in the remote Queensland community of Kowanyama.

Serious Apple Watch upgrade in the works

Serious Apple Watch upgrade in the works

APPLE'S been granted a patent to include some slick new features in its next generation of Apple Watches — and it may outslick your iPhone.

Star injured at Spice Girls concert

Star injured at Spice Girls concert

Emma Stone was among the Spice Girls super fans during the group’s tour but the actress has been left with a nasty souvenir she’d rather not have.

Drunk drives on rims down motorway, fails to notice

Drunk drives on rims down motorway, fails to notice

A NURSE found drunk behind the wheel of a car with just two tyres had claimed to a baffled magistrate he was looking for a place to pull over.

Deebing developer's pledge to work with traditional owners

premium_icon Deebing developer's pledge to work with traditional owners

A handful of Indigenous elders remains at the site, braving chilly nights and windy mornings.

MINE TRAGEDY: Middlemount miner was a Mackay father

premium_icon MINE TRAGEDY: Middlemount miner was a Mackay father

THE tragic death of a mine worker yesterday marks the third death in six months in a Queensland coal mine.

REVEALED: Where's the new home for Emergency Services Day?

premium_icon REVEALED: Where's the new home for Emergency Services Day?

Family-friendly event to feature new water displays.

Rev heads race to annual car festival

premium_icon Rev heads race to annual car festival

Classic cars, a drive-in movie and live entertainment will entertain the crowd over three big days

Elliot condemns NSW Nationals' nuclear power push

premium_icon Elliot condemns NSW Nationals' nuclear power push

Federal Richmond MP Justine Elliot has condemned the NSW Nationals Party following their leader's support for nuclear energy

Byron festival more popular than Ed Sheeran, Metallica

premium_icon Byron festival more popular than Ed Sheeran, Metallica

ACCORDING to the Pollstar International Live Box Office chart.

Dutton blasts Turnbull's last-ditch idea

Dutton blasts Turnbull's last-ditch idea

PETER Dutton has come out swinging against Malcolm Turnbull over a last-ditch attempt by the former prime minister to cling to the Liberal leadership last year.

Australia’s shock World Cup bid

premium_icon Australia’s shock World Cup bid

Nine years after previous attempt to host football’s showpiece event, Australian football chiefs have had talks about a joint bid to host the 2034 World Cup.

Warning over Woolworths grocery scam

Warning over Woolworths grocery scam

Woolworths shoppers are being ripped off by a “fan” page of the supermarket that offers major giveaways of free groceries to followers.

UPDATE: QCS said prisoner claims broken jaw was an accident

premium_icon UPDATE: QCS said prisoner claims broken jaw was an accident

QAS transferred a prisoner from Capricornia Correctional Centre

Power turns to young pups to take on Dogs

premium_icon Power turns to young pups to take on Dogs

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley opts for in-form youth rather than recall any of the four Power big guns who will stay in the SANFL.

CQ miner granted bail after police raid finds 29g MDMA

premium_icon CQ miner granted bail after police raid finds 29g MDMA

A CENTRAL Queensland miner will return to work tomorrow after being granted bail over 29 grams of MDMA, cocaine and steroids.

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