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How cops took down baggage handler in $10m drug sting

premium_icon How cops took down baggage handler in $10m drug sting

In the smuggling business it’s called the “rip on, rip off” method but for one airport baggage handler it all came unstuck when the AFP learnt about his plans.

‘Magical’: 500 paddle out at Narrabeen for Chumpy

premium_icon ‘Magical’: 500 paddle out at Narrabeen for Chumpy

More than 500 mourners gathered this morning to farewell the Olympian Alex “Chumpy” Pullin in a paddle out at Narrabeen.

Catholic Church explains move to drop $21.5m high rise plan

premium_icon Catholic Church explains move to drop $21.5m high rise plan

The Catholic Church has issued a statement explaining their decision to drop a $21.5m high-rise plan.

Truck crash causes ‘significant delays’ on Pacific Highway

premium_icon Truck crash causes ‘significant delays’ on Pacific Highway

MOTORISTS have been advised to plan an extra hour of travel time.

Trainers take early winnings on Maclean Cup Day

premium_icon Trainers take early winnings on Maclean Cup Day

Local heavyweights light up the track in the closing day of the July Carnival in Grafton

How one phone call can prevent a tragedy

premium_icon How one phone call can prevent a tragedy

PEACE of mind for vulnerable or isolated older people living alone is provided by the Red Cross Telecross volunteers.

Should travellers pay for quarantine hotel stay?

premium_icon Should travellers pay for quarantine hotel stay?

Returning international travellers will be charged for their mandatory hotel quarantine from next week, with the bill for a family of four totalling $5000.

Five dead in horror weekend on NSW roads

premium_icon Five dead in horror weekend on NSW roads

Two people are dead and three others are fighting for life after a car hit a tree near Dubbo on Saturday afternoon. It was the second fatal crash in the region.

Resident describes traumatic scene following shark attack

premium_icon Resident describes traumatic scene following shark attack

Helen Dobra had been enjoying the water with her family on Saturday when tragedy struck. She says the traumatic scene will remain etched in her mind.

Building destroyed in fire was being used as makeshift home

premium_icon Building destroyed in fire was being used as makeshift home

FIRE crews were called to the blaze in the early hours of the morning.

Inside the shocking world of an outlaw bikie gang

premium_icon Inside the shocking world of an outlaw bikie gang

Sex, crime, drugs and fugitives. For decades ‘Cunno’ believed in the brotherhood of bikies until the death of a man changed his life.

Expert confirms type of shark responsible for fatal attack

premium_icon Expert confirms type of shark responsible for fatal attack

A biologist has confirmed the type of shark responsible for the fatal attack at Wooli yesterday.

Coastal community in mourning

premium_icon Coastal community in mourning

RESIDENTS from Minnie Water and Wooli have united in their grief following the sudden death of teenager Mani Hart-Deville over the weekend

Dutton’s AFP guard sacked for vulgar and racist comments

premium_icon Dutton’s AFP guard sacked for vulgar and racist comments

An Australian Federal Police officer who worked as the security detail on the home of Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has been sacked.

Twin tragedies: Two dead, three injured in horror crashes

premium_icon Twin tragedies: Two dead, three injured in horror crashes

Two men are dead in separate tragedies and three others are in hospital after a shocking day on remote Far North Queensland roads.

ATO: Five errors catching people out on tax refunds

premium_icon ATO: Five errors catching people out on tax refunds

These are the big mistakes Australians are making which is slowing down the processing of their tax returns and being able to get any money back.

Riot victims say they deserve more compensation

premium_icon Riot victims say they deserve more compensation

Darren Johnson was locked out of his home living under strict conditions which made working impossible. He believes he should have been compensated more.

Julia Gillard is amazed her misogyny speech still resonates

premium_icon Julia Gillard is amazed her misogyny speech still resonates

Ten years on from becoming the first female prime minister of Australia, Julia Gillard opens up about her turbulent time in politics and life since then.

Beattie, Newman: ‘How we’d fix Qld economy’

premium_icon Beattie, Newman: ‘How we’d fix Qld economy’

Former Queensland premier Peter Beattie has revealed a bold 11-point manifesto to kickstart jobs in the Sunshine State.

Coffs galloper looking to clinch back-to-back Maclean Cups

premium_icon Coffs galloper looking to clinch back-to-back Maclean Cups

The wet track warrior could have favourable conditions in the closing feature at Grafton

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