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Fri 24 May 2019

Watchdog suspends Brisbane builder’s licence

premium_icon Watchdog suspends Brisbane builder’s licence

THE building watchdog has suspended the licence of a major Queensland builder with an annual turnover of more than $230 million.

High honour for Hawke after death

High honour for Hawke after death

AFTER an outpouring of grief about the death of Bob Hawke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced how the nation will honour him.

How cops caught our worst paedophile

How cops caught our worst paedophile

AUTHORITIES have revealed how a mission by Australian police to hunt down the country’s worst paedophile saw the rescue of 50 children.

Quarry owner jailed over young worker’s death

premium_icon Quarry owner jailed over young worker’s death

THE owner of a Queensland quarry where a young worker died on the job after getting caught in a conveyor belt has been jailed.

Speedsters will cop $1658 fine in one state

Speedsters will cop $1658 fine in one state

DRIVERS in one Aussie state will soon be paying hundreds of dollars more for common driving offences under a major fines and fees overhaul.

'He's not breathing': Brave first-aider springs into action

premium_icon 'He's not breathing': Brave first-aider springs into action

Brisbane-based Julie Hahn was in Kingaroy on Thursday for work meetings, but what happened that day will stay with her forever.

How the NBN hits Aussie hip pockets

premium_icon How the NBN hits Aussie hip pockets

WHETHER you like it or not the NBN is coming your way if it hasn’t already. This is how you can avoid getting stung by hefty charges.

Protesters shut down CBD in snap rally

Protesters shut down CBD in snap rally

PROTESTERS gathered in Melbourne in a snap display against climate change inaction.

'There is no cult': Fury in village over TV segment

premium_icon 'There is no cult': Fury in village over TV segment

"THEY completely fabricated a 'village run by cult' story for ratings and couldn't care less about all the little retailers, cafes and shops."

'I love you - thank you for being the mother of my children'

premium_icon 'I love you - thank you for being the mother of my children'

A GATTON family's life has been 'flipped' after a terrible farm accident nearly cost a worker's life, and left him with life-changing injuries.

Big myth around the flu shot

Big myth around the flu shot

LAST year 50 per cent of Aussies said they weren’t planning on getting the flu vaccine.

The horrific crime that stills haunt small town 29 years on

premium_icon The horrific crime that stills haunt small town 29 years on

ALMOST 30 years ago, this Queensland town was rocked by the assault and murder of a nine-year-old girl.

Driver runs down cyclist, drives home, walks back for fight

premium_icon Driver runs down cyclist, drives home, walks back for fight

A cyclist was struck head-on by a car driven deliberately at him. The driver then drove home and walked back to the injured cyclist to start a fight.

Economists name 'biggest losers' in Coalition win

Economists name 'biggest losers' in Coalition win

And others warned the negatives "remain significant".

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the one thing her husband Bob Hawke was looking forward to in his final days, and didn’t get to do.

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