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Wed 21 Nov 2018

This woman was saved from terminal cancer, twice

premium_icon This woman was saved from terminal cancer, twice

A Warwick mum was diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer and one tough decision likely saved her life

Angry creditors fail in bid to axe liquidator

premium_icon Angry creditors fail in bid to axe liquidator

Police referral not enough to placate creditors who want liquidator out

Prison job payday key to carjacking accused's defence

premium_icon Prison job payday key to carjacking accused's defence

One half of a duo who allegedly carjacked a woman with a knife and can of deodorant was pulled from her prison job to face court on two counts of stealing.

World Cup of Golf stars ready for Melbourne's big wet

World Cup of Golf stars ready for Melbourne's big wet

Organisers of the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne have pre-empted the potential round-one downpour by moving tee times forward in a bid to beat the weather

Banks warned: ‘Our economy will suffer’

Banks warned: ‘Our economy will suffer’

THE head of the Reserve Bank has issued a warning to Australia’s banks, saying their response to the royal commission could have dire consequences.

Star’s fury at man’s cancer comment

Star’s fury at man’s cancer comment

THE actor, who shaved her head for a movie role, has called out a rude passenger who thought he could “catch cancer” from sitting next to her.

EPIC EARL: Car parts transformed into massive mailbox

premium_icon EPIC EARL: Car parts transformed into massive mailbox

WHEN Steve was asked to buy a new mailbox, he picked up his welder instead to create the three-metre tall masterpiece.

Loophole giving child killers slap on the wrist

Loophole giving child killers slap on the wrist

DAYS after police investigated the death of two murdered babies, Queensland will finally introduce harsher penalties for child killers.

Farewells to flow in colourful celebration of Cameron's life

premium_icon Farewells to flow in colourful celebration of Cameron's life

A much-loved Coast cyclist, husband and father-of-three will be farewelled on Friday in a colourful celebration of his life and dedication to cycling safety.

Marketing boss bites tenant on arm after breaking down door

premium_icon Marketing boss bites tenant on arm after breaking down door

A marketing boss has narrowly avoided time behind bars after he broke down the door of a house he once rented and bit the new tenant during a scuffle.

Sharks legend burns ‘unbelievably stupid’ Gallen over Holmes

Sharks legend burns ‘unbelievably stupid’ Gallen over Holmes

Mat Rogers has lashed Paul Gallen for his "unbelievably stupid" outburst in the wake of Cronulla’s decision to allow Valentine Holmes to chase his NFL dream

Car and bus collide on busy regional road

Car and bus collide on busy regional road

A NUMBER of people are being assessed by paramedics following the bus and car collision.

Women face court on illegal prostitution charges

premium_icon Women face court on illegal prostitution charges

Two Mandarin speaking women have been arrested on prostitution charges as three others prepare to face court following a raid on a massage parlour.

In one day, 28-y-o lost his job, his licence and his cool

premium_icon In one day, 28-y-o lost his job, his licence and his cool

YELLING at McDonald's drive-through staff led to a series of events which left a Toowoomba dad with hefty fines and no driver's licence.

Hey Tigerair, where’s my $11 flight?

Hey Tigerair, where’s my $11 flight?

IT'S the birthday sale celebrated by cheapskate travellers everywhere — but if you thought you knew what to expect from this budget airline, think again.

Heartbreaking video of dead turtles

premium_icon Heartbreaking video of dead turtles

SHOCKING footage of two dead green sea turtles caught in debris in Moreton Bay has gone viral on social media attracting outrage. WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO

Hartsuyker not backing calls for royal commission

premium_icon Hartsuyker not backing calls for royal commission

Member for Cowper doesn't think a royal commission will shed light on the 'dark art' of petrol pricing.

Annette inquest: 'He said he was going to kill me'

premium_icon Annette inquest: 'He said he was going to kill me'

Witnesses have now accused two men of Annette Mason's murder - and one will face her family in court

Are elite private schools unAustralian?

premium_icon Are elite private schools unAustralian?

The airs and graces Australians chose to leave in Britain have somehow followed us and embedded themselves in our education system, writes Margaret Wenham.

BREAKING: Council refuses solar farm plan

BREAKING: Council refuses solar farm plan

The proposed site is used for small-scale rural use, including cattle grazing.

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