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Mon 16 Dec 2019

Builder cops blistering bill for unpaid fees

premium_icon Builder cops blistering bill for unpaid fees

A Qld building company has been ordered to cough up an eye-watering sum of money to a subcontractor after a failed legal bid.

'Fake Justin Bieber' child sex accused in court

premium_icon 'Fake Justin Bieber' child sex accused in court

A Brisbane law lecturer charged with 900 offences - including posing as pop star Justin Bieber online - received a brief mention in court.

Iconic jeweller must pay ex-staffer $270k over incident

premium_icon Iconic jeweller must pay ex-staffer $270k over incident

A frightening incident in which a staff member was left physically and emotionally scarred has resulted in an iconic jewellery chain being ordered to pay $270,000.

Volcano ship returns as three more Aussies confirmed dead

premium_icon Volcano ship returns as three more Aussies confirmed dead

The cruise ship at the centre of the White Island volcano eruption has arrived back into Sydney, as NZ police race against time to locate the final two victims.

Buzz: Why Bunnies are best option for Latrell

premium_icon Buzz: Why Bunnies are best option for Latrell

Latrell Mitchell is hoping to secure a cross-city move to the Sydney Roosters’ biggest rivals, and could take a big pay cut to make it happen.

Australia needs to Marie Kondo its school curriculum

premium_icon Australia needs to Marie Kondo its school curriculum

With subjects like dance and tourism now being offered, it seems school is no longer about teaching children what they need to know.

Climate change hysterics need a lesson in history

premium_icon Climate change hysterics need a lesson in history

Bushfires are nothing new in the land of “droughts and flooding rain”. What is relatively new, though, is cult panic attributing everything to climate change.

The problem with taking advice from adventure guides

premium_icon The problem with taking advice from adventure guides

Many travellers may have thought a trip to White Island seemed safe. After all, if the tour operators were confident, surely that’s good enough, right?

Privacy guru surrenders to police

premium_icon Privacy guru surrenders to police

World-renowned privacy guru Simon Davies surrenders to police and threatens to adversely name “powerful people” trying to stop global privacy movement.

Test ratings: Starc and Labuschagne key to Aussie success

premium_icon Test ratings: Starc and Labuschagne key to Aussie success

It was all smiles for Marnus Labuschagne and Mitchell Starc but, despite the victory, there are no guarantees all players will be there for the Boxing Day Test.

How Aussie FBI-trained ‘Mindhunter’ caught a rapist

premium_icon How Aussie FBI-trained ‘Mindhunter’ caught a rapist

She is one of few Australians to have trained at the FBI Academy featured in The Silence of the Lambs, and has cracked some of the biggest cases in Australia.

Cold Chisel take top spot after two decades

premium_icon Cold Chisel take top spot after two decades

It’s taken more than 20 years, but timeless rockers Cold Chisel have finally shaken off the runners up curse and hit No. 1 on the ARIA chart.

Head could roll again as Aussies look to get funky

premium_icon Head could roll again as Aussies look to get funky

Half-century in Perth may not save Travis Head from the axe in Melbourne as the Aussies contemplate a structure overhaul in the absence of Josh Hazlewood.

SBW set for shock Sydney Test return

premium_icon SBW set for shock Sydney Test return

Sonny Bill Williams last played a rugby league Test in Sydney more than a decade ago — but that is set to change next year.

Mother’s heartbreak for alleged one-punch victim son

premium_icon Mother’s heartbreak for alleged one-punch victim son

THE mother of an alleged one-punch victim in Broadbeach has revealed the immense struggle the 21-year-old is facing as he fights for his life.

Cody Walker’s agent smacks down link to Latrell

premium_icon Cody Walker’s agent smacks down link to Latrell

The talk in rugby league circles has been that while Latrell Mitchell is managed by Wayde Rushton, another man behind the scenes carries considerable weight.

Hope offered as loved father battles ‘hell’

premium_icon Hope offered as loved father battles ‘hell’

A complete stranger has offered a Sunshine Coast family hope and guidance as their father lies in hospital battling an extremely rare disease.

Did she go too far? Kerri-Anne accused of ‘slut-shaming’

premium_icon Did she go too far? Kerri-Anne accused of ‘slut-shaming’

Kerri-Anne Kennerley is keeping a low profile amid outrage over her eyebrow-raising comments to a female colleague.

Christmas holiday warning for Jetstar passengers

premium_icon Christmas holiday warning for Jetstar passengers

Jetstar’s boss has cast the airline’s striking staff as Grinches threatening to steal Christmas from ­thousands of travellers.

Game on: Bodyline warning after bruising Aussie victory

premium_icon Game on: Bodyline warning after bruising Aussie victory

Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins delivered a 296-run knock out first Test win under lights as Tim Paine sounded an ominous warning to the Kiwis.

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