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Sat 20 Jul 2019

‘ONE GIANT CON JOB’: Australia’s ‘sneaky’ $1b-a-year rort

‘ONE GIANT CON JOB’: Australia’s ‘sneaky’ $1b-a-year rort

For the past four years and four months, the Government has been screwing thousands of Aussies out of “hundreds of millions” of dollars.

Revealed: 16 nursing homes that failed standards

premium_icon Revealed: 16 nursing homes that failed standards

They’re the Queensland nursing homes that have been deemed a serious risk in a damning aged care audit. See all 16.

Treasurer forced to offload investment property

premium_icon Treasurer forced to offload investment property

A day after denying she had a conflict of interest, Treasurer Jackie Trad has announced she will sell an investment property she failed to declare.

Couple feared murdered on Canada road trip

Couple feared murdered on Canada road trip

An Australian man and his American girlfriend have died in suspicious circumstances in Canada, sparking fears they may have been murdered.

Fri 19 Jul 2019

PHOTOS: Ultimate Splendour gallery

premium_icon PHOTOS: Ultimate Splendour gallery

Splendour in the Grass is officially under way for 2019. Has our photographer snapped you and your mates at the festival?

Accused sex offender chiropractor cleared to practice

premium_icon Accused sex offender chiropractor cleared to practice

A Sydney chiropractor has been released on bail and will be allowed to practice after being charged with 16 sexual offences.

Teenage boy rushed to hospital after bridge fall

premium_icon Teenage boy rushed to hospital after bridge fall

A teenage boy believed to have fallen from a Cairns bridge is being treated by ambulance crews.

Is the Arnott’s biscuit jar about to be raided?

premium_icon Is the Arnott’s biscuit jar about to be raided?

IT'S the biscuit maker behind a rock-star list of pantry staples, from Tim Tam to Shapes and Monte Carlo. But brace yourself: Arnott’s is at the crossroads.

Workplace horror: ‘It was like a World War II movie‘

premium_icon Workplace horror: ‘It was like a World War II movie‘

A Queensland farm worker horrifically injured when he became trapped in machinery has told of the split-second decision to risk his right arm, to save his life.

‘Leeches’: Palmer fires up lawyers, liquidators

premium_icon ‘Leeches’: Palmer fires up lawyers, liquidators

CLIVE Palmer has unleashed against lawyers and liquidators in a ranting press release, as a hearing over the collapse of Queensland Nickel continues.

How to have a family snow holiday for $800

premium_icon How to have a family snow holiday for $800

My family and I recently visited the snow. We spent three heavenly days playing in white powdery snow at Perisher all for $800.

Biggest fashion trends tipped for Splendour

premium_icon Biggest fashion trends tipped for Splendour

FROM boho to animal print and glitter - Splendour in the Grass is as much a fashion event as a music festival.

What to do if you think you’ve been underpaid

premium_icon What to do if you think you’ve been underpaid

WORKERS are being urged to check their pay slips in the wake of the George Calombaris $8m underpayment scandal.

Verdict delivered in Lennox Head surf rage attack

premium_icon Verdict delivered in Lennox Head surf rage attack

FORMER pro-surfer Jodie Cooper said she feared for her life during the incident.

Duo busted for building fake supercars

Duo busted for building fake supercars

These deals proved to be too good to be true as customers sold fake Lamborghinis and Ferraris powered by old Holden Commodore engines.

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