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Sun 5 Apr 2020

Cricketers ditch whites for tights to raise funds

premium_icon Cricketers ditch whites for tights to raise funds

Earl Neilsen was shocked when 14 men piled out of a bus in his front yard wearing jocks with his face on the rear.

Fri 10 Apr 2020

Tim Minchin’s coronavirus plea to artists

premium_icon Tim Minchin’s coronavirus plea to artists

Tim Minchin is urging all artists to look beyond COVID-19 for inspiration while they are in isolation, saying he hopes they do more than write about the virus.

Thug strangles his little sister over music

premium_icon Thug strangles his little sister over music

The woman 'saw stars, gasped for air and lost control of her bladder'. Moments later, her sibling tried to throw her into traffic.

Police called to patrol prawn shopping crowd

premium_icon Police called to patrol prawn shopping crowd

Police were called to the boat ramp after residents complained about a crowd of more than 100 had gathered to buy fresh prawns for Easter.

CQUni physio students set up telehealth

premium_icon CQUni physio students set up telehealth

“Nothing prepared us for a member of the public pulling up beside the patient’s yard and asking for directions during our telehealth consultation.”

A year in the pound: The dog who’s still waiting for a home

premium_icon A year in the pound: The dog who’s still waiting for a home

She’s seen her friends adopted by loving homes, but puppy prejudice has kept this dog at the pound. Still, a shelter continues hoping a family will save her.

‘Six-week bonanza’: Why one sport is jumping for joy

premium_icon ‘Six-week bonanza’: Why one sport is jumping for joy

The Tokyo Olympics switch to 2021 has given athletics an unprecedented opportunity to showcase their sport to the world.

How generous landlord saved this business

premium_icon How generous landlord saved this business

Chris Waters was staring down the barrel of closing his commercial shop fitters business until he called his landlord.

Foreign raiders move on cut-price Wallabies

premium_icon Foreign raiders move on cut-price Wallabies

A sick Rugby Australia official has forced a delay in pay-cut talks, as foreign clubs target disgruntled players

‘Best moment of my life’: NRL star Mitchell Pearce engaged

premium_icon ‘Best moment of my life’: NRL star Mitchell Pearce engaged

Mitchell Pearce didn’t waste time after the NRL season was put on ice, getting down on one knee to his girlfriend and sharing her answer with the world.

MORNING REWIND: The stories you may have missed

premium_icon MORNING REWIND: The stories you may have missed

Catch up on our biggest headlines over the last 24 hours.

Violent thug holds fork to victim’s eyeball

premium_icon Violent thug holds fork to victim’s eyeball

Michael Vogler sentenced over series of violent attacks on strangers.

Pete Evans' shock claims about $15k ‘glorified plasma lamp’

premium_icon Pete Evans' shock claims about $15k ‘glorified plasma lamp’

A $15,000 light machine and a bit of food can help treat coronavirus, celebrity chef Pete Evans has claimed in a new video he posted on social media.

BREAKING: Early morning home invasion in Rocky

premium_icon BREAKING: Early morning home invasion in Rocky

Emergency services responded promptly after a male suspect was spotted entering a Rockhampton residence.

Rocky store brings Saturday markets to your living room

premium_icon Rocky store brings Saturday markets to your living room

FRITH Peterson got creative to keep her business going during COVID-19 restrictions.

Marriage split comes at a high price for former NRL star

premium_icon Marriage split comes at a high price for former NRL star

The fairytale marriage of Sam and Phoebe Burgess is over and their separation has been finalised.

Man stopped at border with $450k of marijuana

premium_icon Man stopped at border with $450k of marijuana

An alleged drug smuggler has been busted with almost 100kgs of marijuana worth $450,000 at a border checkpoint between Queensland and NSW.

Aussies ‘out of control’ before sandpaper, says umpire

premium_icon Aussies ‘out of control’ before sandpaper, says umpire

Veteran umpire Ian Gould was third umpire for the infamous Cape Town Test in 2018.

Buzz: The return of a dear old friend

premium_icon Buzz: The return of a dear old friend

For most of us, nothing is worse than life without our rugby league except for what we are experiencing now with the coronavirus pandemic.

Set for takeoff: Hayne returns to sporting arena

premium_icon Set for takeoff: Hayne returns to sporting arena

Hayne has been out of professional sport for a couple of years but he’ll soon be testing himself against some of Australia’s biggest names.

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