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Sat 17 Aug 2019

Hong Kong chaos grips Aussie cities

Hong Kong chaos grips Aussie cities

There were ugly scenes in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide overnight as hundreds of protesters held pro-Hong Kong rallies.

Man charged with Aussie tourist murder

Man charged with Aussie tourist murder

Police have arrested a man and charged him with murder over the death of Australian tourist in New Zealand yesterday.

Tyalgum fills with the sound of chamber music festival

Tyalgum fills with the sound of chamber music festival

IT'S that time of year again when the historic Tyalgum Hall will fill with the sound of chamber music as part of the award-winning Tyalgum Music Festival.

Fri 16 Aug 2019

Alleged knifeman released from hospital

Alleged knifeman released from hospital

Mert Ney, the man accused of stabbing a woman to death in Sydney, has been released from hospital.

Hanson plans to register One Nation in SA

Hanson plans to register One Nation in SA

Pauline Hanson plans to register her One Nation party in South Australia "as soon as possible" following strong polling in the May federal election.

Australian decision reduces PM to tears

Australian decision reduces PM to tears

The leader of one of Australia’s tiny neighbours has been brought to tears, with Australia being criticised for stalled efforts around climate change.

Taking the plunge from beanies to Buttercups

Taking the plunge from beanies to Buttercups

They are known as The Buttercups - a group of year-round Toowoon Bay swimmers with a median age of about 60.

Pauline Hanson’s tweet backfires badly

Pauline Hanson’s tweet backfires badly

Pauline Hanson asked her followers for everyday examples of “anti-white racism”. The response from other Twitter users was brutal.

Aussie dad falls overboard on family cruise holiday

Aussie dad falls overboard on family cruise holiday

Tributes are flowing for a Sydney entrepreneur who died after he fell overboard on a cruise ship while holidaying with his wife and children.

Kyrgios cops huge fine, faces ban for meltdown

Kyrgios cops huge fine, faces ban for meltdown

Nick Kyrgios has been fined heavily for his foul-mouthed tirade at a chair umpire during his loss in Cincinnati and could be suspended by the ATP.

Shakespeare brings Whitney back to the future

Shakespeare brings Whitney back to the future

AS A schoolboy David Whitney was in the audience to see the Nimrod performance of Much Ado About Nothing starring John Bell and Anna Volska.

Hero pilot lands plane in cornfield

Hero pilot lands plane in cornfield

A pilot is being dubbed a hero after landing a packed passenger plane in what is being called, Moscow’s version of the “Miracle on the Hudson”.

Markets: ‘No one knows what’s next’

Markets: ‘No one knows what’s next’

China’s vow to conduct “necessary countermeasures” have sent markets sprawling overnight with warnings of a “countdown to recession.”

Thu 15 Aug 2019

‘You can no longer hide’: ATO’s new $100 billion crackdown

‘You can no longer hide’: ATO’s new $100 billion crackdown

AROUND 1.6 million Aussies are being told “you can no longer hide” as the tax man ramps up a major crackdown on this $100 billion area.

Teen who killed his family walks free

Teen who killed his family walks free

The teenager who bludgeoned his mother and two siblings to death has walked free from prison this morning after 23 years in jail.

‘She’s a joke’: Jacinda Ardern blasted

‘She’s a joke’: Jacinda Ardern blasted

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has drawn the ire of radio host Alan Jones, who labelled her a “joke” and a “complete clown” in an extraordinary rant.

‘Love of my life’: Victim's friend crushed

‘Love of my life’: Victim's friend crushed

Michaela Dunn has been named as the 24-year-old fatally stabbed in Sydney. Behind closed doors, her loved ones are mourning “Mikki”.

Qld Seniors Week: Wide Bay events

Qld Seniors Week: Wide Bay events

SENIORS Week provides the opportunity for Queenslanders to explore programs and services, events & activities, connect with people of all ages and backgrounds.

Telstra profit drops 40% as NBN hits hard

Telstra profit drops 40% as NBN hits hard

TELSTRA'S full-year profit dropped by 40 per cent to $2.15 billion as the economy begins to see the first real signs of tanking.

UK's Labour aiming to halt no-deal Brexit

UK's Labour aiming to halt no-deal Brexit

UK's opposition Labour Party says it will table a no-confidence motion in Parliament and seek a temporary government in an effort to halt a no-deal Brexit.

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