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Wed 24 Apr 2019

Murdered jogger’s parents face killer

Murdered jogger’s parents face killer

The parents of a young woman who was murdered by a “monster” while out jogging have faced their daughter’s killer. And they lashed out.

Pharmacist’s life ‘ruined’ by selling cancer vaccines to China

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A Sydney pharmacist jailed for selling cervical cancer vaccines overseas — contributing to an Australia-wide shortage of the lifesaving drug Gardasil — said she...

Fears over ‘frightening’ rise of antidepressants

premium_icon Fears over ‘frightening’ rise of antidepressants

With three million Australians reliant on antidepressants, experts have warned of a dangerous growth in the use of pills. And there are two big reasons for the...

Pollies shoud not underestimate Queensland

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Queensland separated from New South Wales 160 years ago amid widespread dissatisfaction with a far-removed government and a sense of neglect. Our federal...

Casuals to get new right to permanent jobs

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will today vow to legislate a right for casual workers to request permanent work in a bid to improve job security,

Big Qld names ‘slugged $7.5b’ under carbon plan

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Dozens of companies with Queensland operations employing about 10,000 people would have to fork out up to $7.4 billion in carbon offsets under Labor’s emissions...

New top cop’s unlikely first target

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The first woman appointed to run Queensland’s Police Service has vowed to make the state the safest in the nation, highlighting one key area to reduce crime here.

IS claims responsibility for Sri Lanka

IS claims responsibility for Sri Lanka

Islamic State has officially claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka via its al-Amaq news agency.

Shorten coal stance could burn Labor seats

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Bill Shorten is refusing to sign a union pledge in support of coal mining that several of his candidates in must-win Queensland seats have lent their names to.

Man's arm cut to the bone with a machete outside pizza shop

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Norris John Blair will face trial over allegations he cut a man's arm to the bone with a machete outside a pizza shop on the Fraser Coast

Tributes for young pair found dead in tent

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Two people found dead in their tent at a southern Queensland music festival have been described as “beautiful souls”, as the pill testing debate reignites while...

Father 'choked' 10-year-old boy over body wash, court told

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Ipswich man accused of choking, hitting, throwing and kicking 10-year-old after waking to find child used his body wash

ANZAC HONOUR: Air of respect as rivals gear up for clash

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BROTHERS Bulldogs captain Jack Sickerdick says it is an honour that his club gets to play again on one of Australia's most important days - Anzac Day.

Bundy home could sell for $2m...and still amazing value

premium_icon Bundy home could sell for $2m...and still amazing value

A HUGE home with uninterrupted ocean views has opened up to expressions of interest, more than 13 years after it last changed hands.

State of confusion over council's Jewel green light referral

premium_icon State of confusion over council's Jewel green light referral

IT'S unclear if the Queensland Government is investigating Bundaberg Regional Council's handling of the Jewel development.

Bundy renter's battle for bond heading to court

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A BUNDABERG renter says she is at her wits' end after ongoing issues with her real estate have left her near mental breakdown.

The crackshot queen who hunted dingoes at 101

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HOW the fearless belle of Spring Creek Mountain became an overnight internet sensation.

Dingo attack should not deter visitors, says tourism boss

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The Fraser Coast’s tourism chief has urged families not to be deterred from camping on Fraser Island despite the recent dingo attack

Tue 23 Apr 2019

Labor taking aim at cheap labour

premium_icon Labor taking aim at cheap labour

Labor will launch a multi-pronged attack aimed at protecting vulnerable workers and creating more jobs for Australians as it overhauls the visa system to force...

Squad chosen for women's Battalion

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THE strong start to the season by the Hervey Bay Seagulls has been rewarded by the selectors of the Bundaberg Bears' 47th Battalion team.

Numbers get on board for the Open

premium_icon Numbers get on board for the Open

A WEEK can be a long time when it comes to being an organiser of a tennis tournament.

Sensational Penrith bust-up pushes Gould out the door

premium_icon Sensational Penrith bust-up pushes Gould out the door

Penrith supremo Phil Gould has been made redundant by the Panthers bringing to an end his time at the club where he also played and coached.

Sidekick allegedly threatened woman with samurai sword

premium_icon Sidekick allegedly threatened woman with samurai sword

THE sidekick of the notorious “Postcard Bandit” allegedly threatened a woman with a fake samurai sword and led police on a three-week manhunt.

Brown’s time running out as perfect Knights fit emerges

premium_icon Brown’s time running out as perfect Knights fit emerges

Time and patience appear to be running thin for Newcastle coach Nathan Brown. There are no shortage of potential replacements, but one stands above the pack.

Mum who kept pets in squalid conditions fined $8k

premium_icon Mum who kept pets in squalid conditions fined $8k

A FORMER nurse and mother severely neglected a dog and more than 100 guinea pigs has been fined nearly $8000.

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