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Sun 21 Oct 2018

Hamilton grabs pole in US as fifth world title beckons

Hamilton grabs pole in US as fifth world title beckons

LEWIS Hamilton secured pole position for the potential title-deciding United States Grand Prix with another record-breaking performance for Mercedes.

Veteran lashes ‘passive’ Bullets after heavy loss

Veteran lashes ‘passive’ Bullets after heavy loss

BRISBANE veteran Adam Gibson says the Bullets have been ‘too soft’ in their past two games and need to ‘man-up’ to get back on winners’ list.

Meninga pushes for return to old Kangaroo tours

Meninga pushes for return to old Kangaroo tours

MAL Meninga has called on the powers that be to reinstate the Kangaroo tours to Great Britain, while also shoring up the game’s future in the Pacific.

Truck driver killed in highway roll-over

Truck driver killed in highway roll-over

POLICE are investigating the cause of a truck roll over west of Toowoomba early this morning in which the driver died.

'Dr Pot' calls for moratorium on cannabis charges

premium_icon 'Dr Pot' calls for moratorium on cannabis charges

"The DPP will be challenged in my case to demonstrate what public good there was in prosecuting me at all”.

Alosi: My Roar has never been better

Alosi: My Roar has never been better

ROAR coach John Aloisi rates his current squad the best he has had in Brisbane, and is confident ahead of the season opener against Central Coast Mariners.

Unmissable 'hail sales' on at Madill Motor Group after storm

Unmissable 'hail sales' on at Madill Motor Group after storm

GYMPIE car lovers on the hunt for their dream vehicle could be in luck with the Madill Motor Group's recently announced "Minor Hail, Major Savings” sale.

High Bridge flop has stewards inquiring

High Bridge flop has stewards inquiring

THE Chris Waller stable expected High Bridge to beat stablemate Exoteric in the Tattersalls Club Cup but the opposite happened and stewards asked questions.

'I'll take you': Gladstone man cops pepper spray to face

'I'll take you': Gladstone man cops pepper spray to face

A YOUNG Gladstone man was nearly tasered by police after pepper spray failed to restrain him.

PL wrap: 96th min drama stuns Utd as Reds, City go clear on top

PL wrap: 96th min drama stuns Utd as Reds, City go clear on...

Manchester United were denied a huge victory over rivals Chelsea in the 96th minute.

Ex-NASA expert warns of climate change wars in Ipswich

premium_icon Ex-NASA expert warns of climate change wars in Ipswich

Sustainability expert warns of bumpy ride on 'Spaceship Earth'

Larkin opens up on ugly public split with Emily Seebohm

Larkin opens up on ugly public split with Emily Seebohm

MITCH Larkin has broken his silence after his “rollercoaster” public split with Olympic gold medallist Emily Seebohm.

Miller wins titles galore on way to monthly winner

premium_icon Miller wins titles galore on way to monthly winner

RODEO rider hopes for scholarship in America after top year in sport.

Shop involved in two armed robberies in seven hours

premium_icon Shop involved in two armed robberies in seven hours

Victim bashed as he left business after a night's work

Driver not on scene after accident in Border area

Driver not on scene after accident in Border area

Vehicle on roof, driver not at scene

Ambulance called to accident site east of Allora

Ambulance called to accident site east of Allora

ROLL over near Allora results in injury

Ritchie in tears at radio awards

Ritchie in tears at radio awards

KATE Ritchie has revealed why her Commercial Radio Award win for Best Entertainment Presenter meant so much to her.

6 idiotic things first-time parents believe

6 idiotic things first-time parents believe

AS Meghan and Harry prepare for the birth of their child here’s some of the lies they’ll be told, and the actual truth, writes Kerry Parnell.

I’m sick of being told I was ‘too posh to push’

I’m sick of being told I was ‘too posh to push’

LIKE Kate Winslet, I pretended I didn’t have a caesarean for fear of backlash from the “natural birth” brigade.

100 years since St Catharine school opened in Warwick

premium_icon 100 years since St Catharine school opened in Warwick

SEE some of the hundred past students of St Catharine's Church of England Girls School which operated in Warwick for many decades.

McGregor savaged in rematch rejection

McGregor savaged in rematch rejection

KHABIB Nurmagomedov’s manager slammed the door on a rematch with Conor McGregor but has his sights on a different UFC legend.

Prince Harry gushes about Australia in speech

Prince Harry gushes about Australia in speech

PRINCE Harry has thanked Australia for welcoming his wife Meghan Markle and their “newest edition” during the Opening Ceremony of the Invictus Games.

Holiday sins: The 7 new rules of travel

Holiday sins: The 7 new rules of travel

Think you’re a good traveller? If you’re not following these seven pieces of travel advice, take note. This will change how you holiday forever.

Aussie island the world wants to visit right now

Aussie island the world wants to visit right now

Everywhere Prince Harry and Meghan go, the world follows. Now this stunning spot — once a locals’ secret — has hit the global spotlight.

Deadly snake stuns golfers

Deadly snake stuns golfers

AUSSIES are no strangers to finding creepy crawly reptiles in the oddest of places — but this one decided to join in a round of golf.

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