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Mon 20 Jan 2020

Cop runs for life before drink driver's dramatic crash

premium_icon Cop runs for life before drink driver's dramatic crash

A police officer ran from a random breath test site to avoid being hit by drink driver James Leonard William Lyric Meehan, who crashed his car seconds later.

Woman wakes to find teenager trying to rape her

premium_icon Woman wakes to find teenager trying to rape her

A teenage boy who forced his way into a young woman’s home then brutally raped her wants his sentence lowered.

Home and Away actors' special bond with Bundaberg

premium_icon Home and Away actors' special bond with Bundaberg

THE crew from Home and Away have a special connection to Bundaberg.

Dark web drug parcel shocks in delivery mix-up

premium_icon Dark web drug parcel shocks in delivery mix-up

Joel James Paul Fogg was sprung buying drugs on the dark web when the package arrived at the home of another person with the same name.

Difficult decision made in search for missing Dysart man

premium_icon Difficult decision made in search for missing Dysart man

Gary Flowers has been missing in the waters around Keppel Islands since January 14.

WATCH: Trying Lamington flavoured chips for Aussie Day

premium_icon WATCH: Trying Lamington flavoured chips for Aussie Day

In the spirit of Australia Day, we tried the Lamington chips so you don’t have to.

Christensen ordered to pay for flight and car trip

premium_icon Christensen ordered to pay for flight and car trip

Federal police looked into George Christensen's trips to South-East Asia, but found no evidence of illegality. However he has repaid some costs.

New images released in search for missing man

premium_icon New images released in search for missing man

The search for Clive Rolph continues, after police found his car abandoned outside of Charleville.

Drug dealing labourer's pledge to go straight

premium_icon Drug dealing labourer's pledge to go straight

Drug trafficker Jesse Joel Bakhash has penned a heartfelt letter to a judge expressing his desire to turn his life around.

10 beautiful photos shared by our readers

premium_icon 10 beautiful photos shared by our readers

OUR readers have a keen eye when it comes to taking lovely photos.

Ban the bondage: Festival feels heat over KKK costume

premium_icon Ban the bondage: Festival feels heat over KKK costume

More than 1100 people have signed a petition to ban a bondage show because its organiser Shayne Budgen was pictured wearing a Ku Klux Klan-style hood.

Billy’s ready for love again

premium_icon Billy’s ready for love again

Former AFL star Billy Brownless says he’s ready to start dating again after separating four years ago, revealing the one thing that’s been holding him back.

Patient injured in Apple Tree Creek car crash

premium_icon Patient injured in Apple Tree Creek car crash

EMERGENCY Service personnel are currently attending a single vehicle crash at Apple Tree Creek.

Reality TV toothbrush poo scandal

premium_icon Reality TV toothbrush poo scandal

The latest series is yet to premiere and already scandal involving a dirty toilet and a toothbrush has erupted on set of reality show Married At First Sight.

Aid on the way for starving Far North dogs

premium_icon Aid on the way for starving Far North dogs

Generous donors have answered the call to help hungry pooches, with a pallet of emergency dog food on its way to a riot-ravaged Cape community.

‘A lovely lady’: Neighbours in shock over tragic death

premium_icon ‘A lovely lady’: Neighbours in shock over tragic death

A community is reeling after grandmother Lynette Moar was killed in a car accident outside her home.

Survey shows many people are happy with local government

premium_icon Survey shows many people are happy with local government

ALMOST two-thirds of voters are satisfied with their local council as they prepare to cast their vote in the upcoming elections, new research shows.

How catastrophic fires hurt nation’s major outdoor brands

premium_icon How catastrophic fires hurt nation’s major outdoor brands

The boss of some of Australia’s biggest businesses has blamed catastrophic fires and smoke haze for lower-than-expected Christmas sales.

We’ve paid a big price for not being better fire prepared

premium_icon We’ve paid a big price for not being better fire prepared

When the CFA truck drove off, leaving us to fight alone, my heart sank, writes Daniel Cash. And then the fire arrived.

One-punch killer accused ‘defending employee’: Court

premium_icon One-punch killer accused ‘defending employee’: Court

Pizza shop owner George Joseph Habkouk was defending his employee when he fatally punched a man outside a pub on New Year’s Day in 2018, a court has heard.

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