Opinion

Tue 22 May 2018

The great potato chip debate: What's your flavour?

premium_icon The great potato chip debate: What's your flavour?

ONE minute we had two choices. The next, there are eleventy million, including Wagyu beef, fresh lime and Champagne vinaigrette.

Mon 21 May 2018

The real hero of the royal wedding

The real hero of the royal wedding

LOVE IT or hate, we are all hearing about the Royal Wedding. But while all eyes were on the bride, my hero was another confident woman in the room.

Why royal wedding hot gospel was off colour

premium_icon Why royal wedding hot gospel was off colour

WHOSE wedding were we watching on Saturday? And what was really going on when Bishop Curry, head of the American Episcopal church, did his holy-roller spiel, asks...

Sun 20 May 2018

The music industry’s worst nightmare

The music industry’s worst nightmare

A NEW change to Spotify has been slammed as hypocritical and you, the listener, stands to ultimately lose out.

Sat 19 May 2018

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: Royal reminder of family values

SPIRITUAL MATTERS: Royal reminder of family values

'THE popular press has stirred up a frenzy of speculation about Meaghan Markle's family, which is not helpful and quite unfair.'

Fri 18 May 2018

'Good bloke' Peter Miles was a violent selfish monster

'Good bloke' Peter Miles was a violent selfish monster

If a "good bloke" is someone who shoots sleeping women and children dead, what on earth does it take to be a bad bloke, asks journalist SHERELE MOODY

BEHIND THE SPORTS DESK: Is the Maroons dynasty dead?

premium_icon BEHIND THE SPORTS DESK: Is the Maroons dynasty dead?

We crunch the numbers on the representative retirement of 'The Accountant' Cameron Smith.

Thu 17 May 2018

What no one is saying about Meghan

What no one is saying about Meghan

MEGHAN Markle will be officially giving away her career when she marries Prince Harry. But there’s no reason she should do so.

LETTERS: Road sign sending cars to the wrong place

LETTERS: Road sign sending cars to the wrong place

WHY does the Main Roads department get it wrong so often?

Israel evil? But what would you have done?

Israel evil? But what would you have done?

Yes, Israel looks monstrous for shooting dead about 60 Palestinians who were threatening to tear down the fence along its border with Gaza.

Mobile phone ban at schools: nice touch of reality

Mobile phone ban at schools: nice touch of reality

As I watch people fixated on their phones while playing in a park with their kids, the realisation of how stupid it all is becomes super clear.

Wed 16 May 2018

Trump’s apocalyptic vision for Israel

Trump’s apocalyptic vision for Israel

PROPHECY is unfolding in the Middle East. Riots. Killings. War. At its centre is President Donald Trump. And his evangelical supporters are hoping he will bring on...

When good men do bad things and other crocks

premium_icon When good men do bad things and other crocks

Will there ever be a right time to stop covering up the dysfunction of a patriarchal society?

ROYAL WEDDING: Why Meghan’s dad shouldn’t be there

ROYAL WEDDING: Why Meghan’s dad shouldn’t be there

MEGHAN Markle is said to be distraught that her dad won’t be at her upcoming wedding to Prince Harry. But it’s actually a good thing.

Take the leap and go your own way solo

premium_icon Take the leap and go your own way solo

IN THIS week's Insider's Guide to Gen-Y, journalist Jarrard Potter shares his experiences of travelling on his own

JT, what are you up to on June 6?

premium_icon JT, what are you up to on June 6?

AS hard as it seems to replace Cameron Smith, the solution is easier than Queensland believe.

Tue 15 May 2018

IT'S EVIL: No 'good' blokes murder innocent people

premium_icon IT'S EVIL: No 'good' blokes murder innocent people

Some of the narrative around the horrific domestic violence murders that left six innocents and one alleged perpetrator dead last week is disturbing

As Bundy pauses, big cities hit fast forward on progress

premium_icon As Bundy pauses, big cities hit fast forward on progress

AS the dust settles following last week's federal Budget, it seems the only truly local element for the Bundaberg region is Cashless Debit Card push

OPINION: We all have the power to create change

OPINION: We all have the power to create change

Columnist Jordie Lynch says ordinary people can do extraordinary things if we make the right decisions.

Mon 14 May 2018

Why royal wedding will be every bride’s nightmare

Why royal wedding will be every bride’s nightmare

OPINION: It’s a right royal nightmare and a production bigger than Ben Hur. Here’s why Meghan Markle’s big day is a disaster waiting to unfold.

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