Opinion

Tue 20 Apr 2021

Come on William and Harry, let’s hug it out

Premium Content Come on William and Harry, let’s hug it out

When it comes to royal feuds, says Joel Creasey, there’s one way to break the ice.

Kate’s very public power move

Kate’s very public power move

Prince Philip’s funeral saw the Duchess of Cambridge assume a powerful new position in the royal household.

A stadium we can all enjoy – even after the Olympics

Premium Content A stadium we can all enjoy – even after the Olympics

Revitalising the Gabba ahead of our hoped-for 2032 Olympic Games would ensure the iconic venue remains competitive into the future.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: ‘The right to bear arms’

Premium Content LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: ‘The right to bear arms’

Harry Bruce’s cartoon of the day and readers have their say on current events.

Mon 19 Apr 2021

Arrow Energy CEO responds to Hopeland contamination fears

Premium Content Arrow Energy CEO responds to Hopeland contamination fears

Arrow Energy CEO Cecile Wake responds to reports that their plan to drill near a former CSG contamination site in Hopeland may risk spread harmful contaminants.

Border reality starting to sink in

Premium Content Border reality starting to sink in

This was the week the penny dropped that life as we knew it before the arrival of coronavirus is not coming back, writes James Campbell. VOTE IN OUR POLL

Sat 17 Apr 2021

'These are the most toxic traits in marriages'

'These are the most toxic traits in marriages'

Watching these two subtle but toxic behaviours on shows like MAFS could be having a detrimental impact on your relationship, says Bek Day.

Study shows Labor in chaos

Study shows Labor in chaos

Working-class Aussies are abandoning the ALP in droves over the party’s obsession with “woke” issues like gender, race and climate change, says Joe Hildebrand.

Fri 16 Apr 2021

'Sport concussion is what smoking was to lung cancer'

Premium Content 'Sport concussion is what smoking was to lung cancer'

Australia’s major sporting codes are in a chronic state of denial over concussion, justifying the unjustifiable for 25 years, says Jamie Pandaram

Call off the dogs ABC, there’s nothing wrong with Bluey

Premium Content Call off the dogs ABC, there’s nothing wrong with Bluey

An ABC commentator has blasted Bluey for its lack of diversity but as a dad who’s watched every episode at least a dozen times I beg to differ, writes Baz McAlister.

LETTERS: Illegal dumping escalates to a crisis

Premium Content LETTERS: Illegal dumping escalates to a crisis

Harry Bruce’s cartoon of the day and readers have their say on current events.

Thu 15 Apr 2021

GALLERY: Falling short when it comes to court attire

Premium Content GALLERY: Falling short when it comes to court attire

OPINION: Court is not a nightclub. Nor is it the beach, a park or a local supermarket.

CEO’s shock resignation a ‘line-in-the-sand’ moment

Premium Content CEO’s shock resignation a ‘line-in-the-sand’ moment

The shock resignation of the Gold Coast’s top bureaucrat is a line-in-the-sand moment for our city’s economic future in this uncertain post-COVID world.

Queenslanders deserve ‘honesty’ on coal: Bowen

Premium Content Queenslanders deserve ‘honesty’ on coal: Bowen

Federal Labor heavyweight Chris Bowen says Queensland workers deserve an “honest conversation” about the future of their jobs as the “cord is cut”.

LETTERS: Taking a stand against dangerous driving

Premium Content LETTERS: Taking a stand against dangerous driving

Harry Bruce’s cartoon of the day and readers have their say on current events.

Wed 14 Apr 2021

Why the Corby conga is a ratings juggernaut

Premium Content Why the Corby conga is a ratings juggernaut

Schapelle Corby has proven to be an inspired choice for Seven’s Dancing With The Stars, writes Joe Hildebrand.

PM paying high price for cheap outrage

Premium Content PM paying high price for cheap outrage

Complaining about Christine Holgate’s gifting Cartier watches was a populist stunt that will re-ignite the debate about women.

Gympie to host only Qld leg of national competition

Premium Content Gympie to host only Qld leg of national competition

OPINION: Mayor Glen Hartwig says there’s plenty of reasons to make sure your in Gympie during the month of May

LETTERS: Why Post-COVID means misery for animals

Premium Content LETTERS: Why Post-COVID means misery for animals

Harry Bruce’s cartoon of the day and readers have their say on current events.

Tue 13 Apr 2021

Political bickering over vaccine a costly national disgrace

Premium Content Political bickering over vaccine a costly national disgrace

Too much is at stake for Australia to squander our herculean effort in containing the COVID-19 pandemic, writes the Editor.

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