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Sat 17 Nov 2018

RUNNING FOR COVER: Campground scatters as storm cell hits

RUNNING FOR COVER: Campground scatters as storm cell hits

The Bureau of Meteorology has just upgraded the threat level posed by a very dangerous storm cell currently battering the hinterland.

‘Why I gave up my $140k job‘

‘Why I gave up my $140k job‘

SHE had a dream job and a fantastic lifestyle but then Charlie Thompson started experiencing what she calls her “blackouts”.

Sub found a year after vanishing

Sub found a year after vanishing

Argentina’s navy has confirmed a submarine that went missing in the ocean 12 months ago with 44 crew on board has been located.

Big changes to parking fines

Big changes to parking fines

IF you’ve ever copped a parking fine for staying a few minutes longer than you’d paid for, this new rule will come as good news.

Schoolie flown to hospital after near-drowning at beach

Schoolie flown to hospital after near-drowning at beach

A teenaged school leaver has been flown to hospital after nearly drowning during beach celebrations.

Cop’s head split open in ‘delporable’ attack

Cop’s head split open in ‘delporable’ attack

Authorities have condemned a violent and “deplorable” attack on two police officers, which saw one’s forehead split open. WARNING: Graphic

Wild weekend: ‘Very dangerous storms’ predicted

Wild weekend: ‘Very dangerous storms’ predicted

The Bureau of Meteorology has warned of a weekend of rain and severe thunderstorms – some that may bring large hail, damaging winds.

Global map reveals worrying divide

Global map reveals worrying divide

Australia, and other developed countries, aren’t having enough babies — and new research shows why governments are freaking out.

Sex teacher ‘back’ with student

Sex teacher ‘back’ with student

The marriage of convicted paedophile Mary Kay Letourneau and the man she had sex with when he was 12 was on the rocks. Now things have changed.

Trash walker donates rubbish back to the community

Trash walker donates rubbish back to the community

EACH morning while many of us are tucked up in bed, Kingaroy's trash-walker is pounding the pavement collecting rubbish and keeping the town looking great.

Driverless cars will be used for sex and nobody is surprised

Driverless cars will be used for sex and nobody is surprised

NO doubt, autonomous vehicles will change a lot of things. But also our sex lives? Researchers say all that extra free time will lead to … the back seat.

Cricketer’s penthouse set to bowl buyers over

Cricketer’s penthouse set to bowl buyers over

LONGTIME Melbourne Stars cricketer James Faulkner is pulling up stumps at his waterfront Hobart penthouse. Check out his stylish refurbishment.

Republicans offended by star's 'vulgar' tweet about Melania

Republicans offended by star's 'vulgar' tweet about Melania

REPUBLICANS were offended when the actor shared an old modelling photo of Donald Trump’s wife alongside a crude caption.

Cunning plan to tame smashed Schoolies

Cunning plan to tame smashed Schoolies

The images are the same every year — kids hanging off balconies and vomiting on beaches — but this year might be different due to a very clever plan.

Shattered Coast man says ice killed his baby brother

premium_icon Shattered Coast man says ice killed his baby brother

The last thing Mitch Davies did for his little brother Kody was to stop him on the driveway and force him to empty his pockets.

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