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Thu 19 Sep 2019

Calls for more staff as shock aged care stats revealed

premium_icon Calls for more staff as shock aged care stats revealed

Record numbers of nursing home residents are being taken to hospital with broken bones and head injuries after falling over, despite living under supervision.

Live Now: Mountain Creek State High School v Ipswich Grammar School

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JOIN the livestream as we cover the action from the Molten Champion Basketball Schools Queensland. Live now is Mountain Creek State High School v Ipswich Grammar...

Pregnant bride’s tragic wedding death

Pregnant bride’s tragic wedding death

A PREGNANT bride was minutes away from walking down the aisle when tragedy struck. Her groom was waiting, unaware of what was happening.

Moment before tourist realises big mistake

Moment before tourist realises big mistake

A tourist and his mate got dangerously close to a 177C geyser at Yellowstone Park to get the ultimate photo — but didn’t get away with it.

How to boost chances of winning $150m

How to boost chances of winning $150m

THE biggest lottery prize in Aussie history could be won tonight. Here’s how to dramatically increase your chance of taking home the lot.

The beach where 2kg of rubbish washes up every day

premium_icon The beach where 2kg of rubbish washes up every day

Environmental survey reveals the horrifying scale of marine debris on Mackay-Whitsunday region islands.

Christmas comes early for workers

premium_icon Christmas comes early for workers

Christmas Eve workers are set to cash in with new laws being introduced by the State Government today to make the night a public holiday.

Meninga: Bennett can lift Bunnies again

premium_icon Meninga: Bennett can lift Bunnies again

Wayne Bennett knows more about finals footy than most of us will ever know and the master will get the best out of South Sydney on Friday, writes Mal Meninga

Outrage over Trudeau’s ‘racist’ photo

Outrage over Trudeau’s ‘racist’ photo

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is under fire after an old yearbook photo from his private school was unearthed.

Budget better off than expected

premium_icon Budget better off than expected

Australia missed out on a budget surplus but is $13.8 billion better off than forecast, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has revealed.

Armed police arrest man, woman in tense highway scenes

premium_icon Armed police arrest man, woman in tense highway scenes

UPDATE NOON: A man and woman have been arrested by police after a tense stand-off involving heavily-armed officers.

Porn star’s body lay dead ‘for days’

Porn star’s body lay dead ‘for days’

A popular porn star has been found dead by her business partner, who predicted the 43-year-old’s poor health would one day take her life.

Partial blindness, punctured lungs: Nothing stops this rider

premium_icon Partial blindness, punctured lungs: Nothing stops this rider

Growing up in Clermont, bull riding quickly became his way of life, and despite the injuries, it’s adrenaline that keeps getting him back on the bull.

GPS Rugby Team of the Year 2019 unveiled

premium_icon GPS Rugby Team of the Year 2019 unveiled

More than 44,000 votes have been tallied to reveal the people’s selections in the GPS rugby team of the season.

Gould: Broncos clean-up act guarantees Seibold’s future

Gould: Broncos clean-up act guarantees Seibold’s future

Phil Gould believes the fact Anthony Seibold was signed to a five-year deal means the Broncos knew they had to go backwards before they could go forwards.

Cyclist dies two weeks after peak hour crash

premium_icon Cyclist dies two weeks after peak hour crash

A two-week fight to save the life of a 78-year-old cyclist struck by a black sedan in peak hour traffic has ended with tragedy.

McLaughlin in driver’s seat for Bathurst dream

premium_icon McLaughlin in driver’s seat for Bathurst dream

It’s not often you get a free hit at Australia’s most iconic race but Scott McLaughlin will do whatever it takes to claim his first win on the mountain.

Aussies could soon live and work in the UK without a Visa

premium_icon Aussies could soon live and work in the UK without a Visa

Britain wants a freedom of movement deal with Australia to allow people to live and work in both countries without a visa, discussed in Canberra this week.

Story Bridge crash causes traffic chaos

premium_icon Story Bridge crash causes traffic chaos

Traffic on Brisbane’s southside was thrown into chaos this morning after a car and motorcycle crash on the Story Bridge forced the closure of two lanes.

Diamonds bring key duo back into fold

premium_icon Diamonds bring key duo back into fold

The Diamonds have mixed things up for Constellation Cup series against New Zealand with four changes from the side that won silver at the World Cup in July.

Why you shouldn’t mess with kids

premium_icon Why you shouldn’t mess with kids

New research has revealed that young children aged are inclined to go for payback when they feel slighted. But child experts say it’s a good thing.

Pregnant mum slain on family holiday

Pregnant mum slain on family holiday

A pregnant mum whose body was found in a “bloodbath” has been murdered in front of her husband and toddler while on a luxury holiday.

Glimmer of hope as Cold Rock bosses lock horns

premium_icon Glimmer of hope as Cold Rock bosses lock horns

There may be relief on the horizon for 20 sacked staff and as the company and store owner dispute the reason behind the sudden closure of several stores.

Nurse blames dead mum for speeding

premium_icon Nurse blames dead mum for speeding

A nurse twice tried to blame her mother for speeding when her car was caught on camera. The problem? Her mum died years ago.

Griffin: Where Storm, Eels will be won and lost

premium_icon Griffin: Where Storm, Eels will be won and lost

Former NRL coach Anthony Griffin looks at where the match will be won and lost.

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