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Tue 4 Aug 2020

UQ research officer in court over sexual assault

premium_icon UQ research officer in court over sexual assault

A university research officer who sexually assaulted an international student while she was couch surfing at his house has fronted court.

Boaties warned to watch out for whale carcass

premium_icon Boaties warned to watch out for whale carcass

The carcass is floating off Coffs and Marine Rescue NSW has issued a warning.

Karl Stefanovic pushes mansion extension on TV

premium_icon Karl Stefanovic pushes mansion extension on TV

Today Show host Karl Stefanovic is looking to update his Sunshine Coast home, and the whole country knows it. WATCH THE VIDEO

Cancer faker jailed, forced to repay $30K for fraud

premium_icon Cancer faker jailed, forced to repay $30K for fraud

A woman who faked having cancer to scam her community of almost $55,000 has been jailed and will see out the rest of her pregnancy behind bars.

REVEALED: Maclean interchange gets opening date

premium_icon REVEALED: Maclean interchange gets opening date

Not long to wait for Maclean’s connection as dual carriageway will soon extend all the way to Harwood bridge

Your chance to own a piece of Indigenous NRL history

premium_icon Your chance to own a piece of Indigenous NRL history

Grafton-based corporation auctions off boots and jerseys worn by top Indigenous NRL stars

Friend of missing boy haunted by final moments

premium_icon Friend of missing boy haunted by final moments

THE 76-year-old mystery surrounding the disappearance of Grafton boy Geoffrey Knott might be long forgotten to most but the last person to see him alive still remembers...

Policewoman assaulted by anti-masker

Policewoman assaulted by anti-masker

A policewoman has allegedly been attacked by a woman who refused to wear a mask at a Frankston shopping centre in Melbourne’s southeast.

‘Hannah’s Place’: Park to become Clarke family memorial

premium_icon ‘Hannah’s Place’: Park to become Clarke family memorial

The park that hosted a massive vigil to the victims of the Camp Hill tragedy could be renamed to commemorate the lives of Hannah Clarke and her three children.

Langer Cup livestreaming: Round 2 preview

premium_icon Langer Cup livestreaming: Round 2 preview

Langer Cup round 2 livestreaming will continue tomorrow and subscribers will be able to see all the action from the three matches.

Mayor’s radical plan for Schoolies

premium_icon Mayor’s radical plan for Schoolies

Colourful Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has a novel suggestion for school leavers thinking about gathering on the Gold Coast this year.

CHANGE: Highway road move as work progresses

premium_icon CHANGE: Highway road move as work progresses

There will be temporary redirection of traffic between Iluka and Maclean in latest part of highway upgrade

Push to expand industry but at what cost?

premium_icon Push to expand industry but at what cost?

The appointment of the state’s first Agriculture Commissioner was announced in Coffs.

Real reason Folau refused to kneel

Real reason Folau refused to kneel

Israel Folau is remaining silent, but a club insider has reportedly revealed the real reason he refused to kneel during a protest with teammates.

‘Utterly gross’: Revolting shower discovery

‘Utterly gross’: Revolting shower discovery

A woman who called out three plumbers to a persisting problem in her shower was shocked by what she found when she attempted to fix it.

Revealed: How ‘non-consular’ quarantine fiasco unfolded

premium_icon Revealed: How ‘non-consular’ quarantine fiasco unfolded

Details about how a man managed to skip quarantine by using a consular official loophole even though he was a private security contractor have been revealed.

WATCH: Mum’s ‘genius’ shower cleaning solution

WATCH: Mum’s ‘genius’ shower cleaning solution

This “game-changing” tip saves hours in cleaning time and requires no deep cleaning or scrubbing – and it’s so easy, kids can even do it.

Firecrackers taped to dumped kitten

premium_icon Firecrackers taped to dumped kitten

A man has been charged and an investigation is under way after a marmalade-coloured kitten was found dumped in a bin with firecrackers taped to its body.

‘Someone has to act for that six-month-old baby’

premium_icon ‘Someone has to act for that six-month-old baby’

Detectives reveal complexities of investigating death of baby Beau Bradshaw

Jetstar responds to COVID flight contact tracing concerns

premium_icon Jetstar responds to COVID flight contact tracing concerns

Authorities want domestic flights off limits for people returning from overseas after a man with COVID-19 flew from Sydney to Maroochydore last week.

How many lives stage three saved

How many lives stage three saved

Some say Victoria’s stage three restrictions didn’t go far enough, but now it’s been revealed just how many infections they stopped.

COFFS CUP: Topweight Taikomochi ready to taste success

premium_icon COFFS CUP: Topweight Taikomochi ready to taste success

Five-time winner one of four weighted over 55kg competing for the Coffs Cup

6.5m unemployed Aussies to go hungry

6.5m unemployed Aussies to go hungry

By December, millions of unemployed Aussies won’t know where their next meal will be coming from. But this organisation has a solution.

Aussie company’s $1.85b supermarket move

Aussie company’s $1.85b supermarket move

It has already won over many of the nation’s diehard carnivores – and now, v2food is taking over our grocery stores and kitchens.

Woolies staff walk off job over virus scare

Woolies staff walk off job over virus scare

The supermarket giant is preparing for delays in orders after workers walked off the job amid a coronavirus infection scare.

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