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Mon 20 May 2019

Evil bush rape monster belongs on a 'desert island'

premium_icon Evil bush rape monster belongs on a 'desert island'

Rapist Kym Spoehr brutalised a Japanese tourist in a forest. Now he is trying to convince a court he is safe for release

Calls for NAPLAN rethink after 'catastrophe'

premium_icon Calls for NAPLAN rethink after 'catastrophe'

"There was such a huge number of schools who had access issues, log on issues, or they couldn't get it to work”

Shock as Plibersek pulls out of leadership race

premium_icon Shock as Plibersek pulls out of leadership race

JUST a day after she was endorsed by Bill Shorten, Deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek says she will not contest the Labor leadership. 

Korn guitarist on meth, porn and judgemental Christians

Korn guitarist on meth, porn and judgemental Christians

AS a young woman tells Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch of her battle with ‘cutting’ and self-harm, the mega rocker knows he flew to the Coast for a reason.

Farmer Jessica prepares for world record attempt

premium_icon Farmer Jessica prepares for world record attempt

COMBINING her passion for human health and her heart for the land, North Burnett farmer Jessica Ehrlich is raising funds for Drought Angels

Introducing the child car seat of the future

Introducing the child car seat of the future

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled a prototype car seat that tackles some of the common safety flaws of current models. But there's a catch.

How Game of Thrones finally ends

How Game of Thrones finally ends

AFTER eight years, 73 episodes and thousands of deaths, Game of Thrones has ended. This is how everyone goes out.

Man accused of riding horse in pub remanded to Gympie court

premium_icon Man accused of riding horse in pub remanded to Gympie court

Matthew Lawrence Grimstone, 24, was remanded on bail to face Gympie Magistrates Court

Folau’s sacking isn’t a win for gay Australians

premium_icon Folau’s sacking isn’t a win for gay Australians

As a gay man and avid rugby fan, you’d think I’d be cheering to see Israel Folau lose his job. But actually, I’m terrified, writes Simon Copland.

Folau silent as appeal window slams shut

Folau silent as appeal window slams shut

ISRAEL Folau has failed to even contact Rugby Australia during his 72-hour appeal window, forcing the governing body to take immediate action.

Model flashes G-string in daring dress

Model flashes G-string in daring dress

Cannes is meant to be about the flicks — but this model turned heads as flashed onlookers in a booty baring outfit that left little to the imagination.

Girl, 14, missing for a week found safe and well

Girl, 14, missing for a week found safe and well

UPDATE: Police have located the 14-year-old girl reported missing from Bellbird Park safe and well.

Why everyone loves Scomo’s wife

premium_icon Why everyone loves Scomo’s wife

Jenny Morrison amplified the PM’s image as an authentic suburban family man. Living proof that he was the real deal, giving voters one more reason to trust him.

REVEALED: Flynn shows biggest support for One Nation in Qld

premium_icon REVEALED: Flynn shows biggest support for One Nation in Qld

FLYNN voters sent a clear message to the major parties during this year's federal election, showing the biggest support for One Nation in Queensland.

‘Disastrous’ comment that cost Labor

‘Disastrous’ comment that cost Labor

Tanya Plibersek has been slammed over a remark she made in the lead-up to the election, which may have cost her party the crucial state of Queensland.

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