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Wed 29 Jan 2020

Why humbled Heat are backing current leaders to come good

premium_icon Why humbled Heat are backing current leaders to come good

The star-studded Brisbane Heat ended their latest BBL campaign with a whimper. But the franchise’s management are in no mood to swing the axe.

Re-energised Demons on mission to atone

premium_icon Re-energised Demons on mission to atone

The Melbourne Demons have been soaking up the sun on the Sunshine Coast and are “energised and ready to go” ahead of the 2020 AFL season.

Reds wild about egg-loving Harry

premium_icon Reds wild about egg-loving Harry

Reds rookie Harry Wilson has been selected for his Super Rugby debut against the Brumbies after bulking up in the off-season and impressing in the trials.

Coast GPs’ coronavirus warning after hotel scare

premium_icon Coast GPs’ coronavirus warning after hotel scare

Gold Coast doctors are being asked to refer suspected coronavirus patients straight to hospital after another suspected case at a popular hotel.

Batting woes consign Aussies to early Cup exit

premium_icon Batting woes consign Aussies to early Cup exit

Australia never recovered after slumping to 4-17, with opener Jake Fraser-McGurk run out for a diamond duck, as India triumphed in U19 World Cup quarter-final.

Amazing reason for Aus Day outrage

premium_icon Amazing reason for Aus Day outrage

They’re words recited by tens of thousands of Australians. But they’re no longer acceptable to a surprising number of people, writes Keith Woods.

Casino man to be sentenced over fatal crash

premium_icon Casino man to be sentenced over fatal crash

THE 21-year-old was supported by his family when he faced Lismore Local Court today.

Extinction Rebellion protests outside News Corp offices

premium_icon Extinction Rebellion protests outside News Corp offices

Extinction Rebellion activists are protesting outside the front of the News Corp offices. A truck full of manure was dumped outside the front entrance

Footage shows fatal US air tanker’s final moments

premium_icon Footage shows fatal US air tanker’s final moments

New footage has emerged showing the final moments of the C-130 Hercules before it crashed in a fiery explosion in NSW, killing three US firefighters.

Fears of Coast Ross River virus outbreak as mozzies breed

premium_icon Fears of Coast Ross River virus outbreak as mozzies breed

Swarms of mosquitoes have again overrun suburbs across SEQ, prompting a disease expert to warn conditions are ripe for a devastating outbreak.

Schools want parents to help pay for aircon

premium_icon Schools want parents to help pay for aircon

Parents of Gold Coast state schools are being asked to help pay the ongoing costs of school airconditioners - after already fundraising to install them.

"HIGH RISK": How councillors kept Moran complaint secret

premium_icon "HIGH RISK": How councillors kept Moran complaint secret

Councillors voted to keep secret the directive which stopped CEO Dale Dickson from taking action against Tom Tate’s “high risk” chief of staff Wayne Moran.

Packer a witness in Israeli PM corruption case

premium_icon Packer a witness in Israeli PM corruption case

Packer is set to be questioned over $300,000 worth of gifts given to the country’s leader Benjamin Netanyahu who is battling corruption charges.

Koalas will be wiped out in five years: expert dire warning

premium_icon Koalas will be wiped out in five years: expert dire warning

A koala conservation expert says the State Government’s new mapping model for koala habitat has ‘shocked and appalled’ those working to save populations.

MP's blast: ‘They didn’t even have the guts to talk to me’

premium_icon MP's blast: ‘They didn’t even have the guts to talk to me’

Retiring Currumbin MP Jann Stuckey has blasted the LNP and unloaded on her anointed successor in her first interview since announcing her shock resignation.

‘Strong arm’ drug laws criminalise youth warn Greens

premium_icon ‘Strong arm’ drug laws criminalise youth warn Greens

Concerned with the increase in strip searches by police at festivals, the Coffs Harbour Greens, took action at Rolling Sets on the weekend.

Woman busted for bank card fraud

premium_icon Woman busted for bank card fraud

A Maryborough woman who found a bank card used it to withdraw money and pay for her online shopping

PM set to flag constitutional shake-up

premium_icon PM set to flag constitutional shake-up

New constitutional and legal powers that would allow the commonwealth to better respond to national disasters will be flagged in the PM’s Press Club address today.

A music ‘match made in heaven’

premium_icon A music ‘match made in heaven’

WHEN a publishing heavyweight and a mega music festival partner up, sparks are sure to fly.

Eight Northern Rivers eateries fined by food authority

premium_icon Eight Northern Rivers eateries fined by food authority

LOCAL eateries and supermarkets were issued food safety fines in the past 12 months.

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