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Thu 27 Jun 2019

What's on the big screen this week

What's on the big screen this week

ED SHEERAN makes hilarious cameo in Slumdog Millionaire director's Beatles rom com and creepy doll returns in latest chapter of horror franchise.

Council pursuing convicted mayor over legal fees

premium_icon Council pursuing convicted mayor over legal fees

Antoniolli was found guilty of 13 counts of fraud in the Ipswich Magistrates Court on June 6.

Dead man's ute, electricity 'stolen by neighbour'

premium_icon Dead man's ute, electricity 'stolen by neighbour'

WALLANGARRA Police arrest 56yo man for theft two years after man's death.

'Let's do it': Big giver backs stadium upgrade

premium_icon 'Let's do it': Big giver backs stadium upgrade

EXCLUSIVE: The region's most generous benefactor has declared he'll support a Sunshine Coast Stadium redevelopment in a bid to fast-track its upgrade.

The winter swell miracle coming our way

premium_icon The winter swell miracle coming our way

Swell lines set to march across the Pacific to deliver surfers winter perfection.

Dutton’s stunning leadership promise

Dutton’s stunning leadership promise

As the wounds of the leadership spill were ripped open in a searing doco finale, the man who started the debacle made a bold claim and an even bigger promise.

Thief goes on payWave crime spree

premium_icon Thief goes on payWave crime spree

A thief who was invited into the homes of his clients stole wallets, money and debit cards from unsuspecting people.

‘Fake’ homeless beggars’ video emerges

‘Fake’ homeless beggars’ video emerges

Video of a woman begging in a Melbourne alley is getting lots of attention online, sparking a bizarre theory about those involved.

Eminem’s dad dead at 67

Eminem’s dad dead at 67

The father of Eminem has died after a sudden heart attack, but the rap superstar who had a turbulent and distant relationship with his namesake, is yet to comment.

Triggs slams Folau attackers as ‘vicious’ and ‘ill informed’

premium_icon Triggs slams Folau attackers as ‘vicious’ and ‘ill informed’

Former Australian Human Rights Commission head Gillian Triggs said the attacks on Israel and Maria Folau are ‘vicious’ and says the public deserves clarity on...

Nudists swelter under ‘Sahara bubble’

Nudists swelter under ‘Sahara bubble’

Nudists have emerged in force as Europe swelters under the heatwave dubbed the “Sahara bubble” and forecasters warn “hell is coming.”

Nine and Karl’s Cass concerns at the Logies

premium_icon Nine and Karl’s Cass concerns at the Logies

Karl Stefanovic was worried he’d run into his ex at the Logie Awards this weekend with growing speculation she was set to attend.

‘Massive assault’ if Labor had won

premium_icon ‘Massive assault’ if Labor had won

A Queensland building industry leader said there had been fears of a disruptive industrial campaign by the CFMMEU if Labor had won the federal election.

Stadium stampede in Madagascar kills 15

Stadium stampede in Madagascar kills 15

At least 15 people have been trampled to death and dozens injured in a stampede at a concert in the main stadium to mark Madagascar's 59th independence day.

Dutton claims credit for ‘miracle’ win

premium_icon Dutton claims credit for ‘miracle’ win

Peter Dutton says his leadership spill put the party in its “best possible position” as one of Turnbull’s former colleagues dishes on a “boozy dinner”.

Folau’s donations surge past $2m

Folau’s donations surge past $2m

Donations to controversial rugby player Israel Folau have surged past $2 million in less than 48 hours after an alternative fundraising site was established.

Loose screw: Sex allegations rocks prison

premium_icon Loose screw: Sex allegations rocks prison

A prison guard is under investigation amid allegations he had sex with an inmate’s wife on or near the grounds of the Townsville Correctional Centre Farm.

Parkland massacre teen survives assassination attempts

Parkland massacre teen survives assassination attempts

David Hogg, one of the teenage survivors of the Parkland massacre says “there have been seven assassination attempts” on his life in the past year.

Mystery of man found bloodied and broken deepens

premium_icon Mystery of man found bloodied and broken deepens

Forensic teams are in St Lawrence as police investigate how a Cannonvale man sustained critical injuries - in a shocking and gruesome incident.

Why wasn't greed listed on Folau's list of sins?

premium_icon Why wasn't greed listed on Folau's list of sins?

BUNDABERG Reverend Andrew Schmidt says for every complex issue there is a simple answer. And that answer is usually wrong.

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