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Thu 13 May 2021

Baby born alive after abortion at 18 weeks

Baby born alive after abortion at 18 weeks

A mum who made the agonising decision to have an abortion was shocked when her son was born alive. WARNING: Graphic and distressing.

‘Diabolic’: Elderly woman in home with chickens roaming

Premium Content ‘Diabolic’: Elderly woman in home with chickens roaming

A paid carer has faced court over the neglect of an elderly woman found lying on the cold ground in a home with chickens roaming freely inside.

Apple AirTags pulled from shelves over safety fears

Premium Content Apple AirTags pulled from shelves over safety fears

Some Australian retailers have withdrawn AirTags from sale due to a safety risk, with the consumer “urgently engaging” Apple to sort out the issue.

Trump gloats after vanquishing nemesis

Trump gloats after vanquishing nemesis

Donald Trump’s most outspoken critic inside the Republican Party has lost her leadership position – and he’s keen to rub it in.

Needle match: Tattoo artists fear shutdown amid ink laws

Premium Content Needle match: Tattoo artists fear shutdown amid ink laws

Qld tattooists fear they will be forced underground as a bill before parliament proposes new laws which artists say will zap the colour out of their industry.

Bizarre COVID fetish Australia has to stop

Bizarre COVID fetish Australia has to stop

Zero cases is the daily statistic all Australians long to hear of, while one case sends us into panic. It’s a strange reaction and it has to stop.

$1 million hole-in-one prize lures hundreds to outback

Premium Content $1 million hole-in-one prize lures hundreds to outback

A thousand amateur golfers are in with a shot at winning $1m for one shot in a hole-in-one challenge that’s sure to be a win for the Queensland outback, too.

Qld mass vaccination hubs a no-go until ‘later’ in 2021

Premium Content Qld mass vaccination hubs a no-go until ‘later’ in 2021

The federal government will pay half the costs of setting up mass vaccination hubs in Qld, but the state government won’t consider it until “later” in 2021.

What’s next after southeast smashed by monster storms

Premium Content What’s next after southeast smashed by monster storms

Wild storms delivering 100,000 lightning strikes, giant hail and flash flooding have smashed southeast Queensland.

Wed 12 May 2021

Most families will be worse off under PM’s plan

Most families will be worse off under PM’s plan

New analysis shows that the vast majority of Australian families would be worse off under the Coalition’s key family budget policy.

Suicide note in blood and a finger-eating prisoner

Premium Content Suicide note in blood and a finger-eating prisoner

Former correctional officer and now Labor MP Jason Hunt has revealed the gruesome scenes he confronted inside prisons as he spoke in support of new PTSD laws.

'The dumb reason our borders won’t open until 2022'

'The dumb reason our borders won’t open until 2022'

Buried in the budget was a line about borders not opening until mid-2022. Another line explained the stupid reason why, says Riah Matthews.

Police biter put victim through six-months of anguish

Premium Content Police biter put victim through six-months of anguish

A woman has been sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to biting and scratching a police officer.

You can buy an entire airport in 1770 - here's how!

Premium Content You can buy an entire airport in 1770 - here's how!

The 100 acres of land has been used as the town’s only airstrip for the past 30 years.

Homicide investigation: Dead woman discovered by relative

Premium Content Homicide investigation: Dead woman discovered by relative

A Queensland property next to a large park has been roped off by police tape, as authorities search the area in relation to a woman’s death.

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