National News

Thu 20 Jun 2019

Huge fish drawing crowds at feeding time

premium_icon Huge fish drawing crowds at feeding time

Handfed Queensland groupers weighing in at more than 120kg are drawing big crowds to a Far North town at feeding time. WATCH THE VIDEO

Car doors glued shut in six months of terror

premium_icon Car doors glued shut in six months of terror

A Gold Coast man glued his ex-wife’s car doors shut with industrial glue - it was just one part of an almost six month reign of terror.

How mining is being transformed by technology

premium_icon How mining is being transformed by technology

Remote-controlled mining trucks are just the start of the digital transformation in the resources sector, according to the boss of explosives giant Orica.

Man charged for bestiality, stealing underwear

premium_icon Man charged for bestiality, stealing underwear

HE has admitted to 96 offences including 19 instances of bestiality upon dogs at his northern NSW home.

Adani protest aims to shut down Brisbane

premium_icon Adani protest aims to shut down Brisbane

A protester who glued himself to a pedestrian crossing in Brisbane’s CBD could be the tip of the iceberg, as an anti-Adani activist threatens shutdown of the city.

Murdoch: ‘Tech giants should face more scrutiny’

premium_icon Murdoch: ‘Tech giants should face more scrutiny’

News Corp co-chairman Lachlan Murdoch has lashed out at the impact tech companies have had on the media.

Noosa to put up ‘full’ sign as over-tourism becomes issue

premium_icon Noosa to put up ‘full’ sign as over-tourism becomes issue

One of Queensland’s internationally famous tourist playgrounds has been forced to put out the “full” sign as it faces being loved to death by “over-tourism”.

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