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Tue 26 Jun 2018

Real reason flight crew check your boarding pass

Real reason flight crew check your boarding pass

Always wondered why flight attendants ask for your boarding pass when you step on a plane? Turns out it’s not just to help you to your allocated seat.

The diet supplement that could halt diabetes

premium_icon The diet supplement that could halt diabetes

A powder supplement sprinkled on food could revolutionise the lives of the 120,000 Australians, many of them children, diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.

Mysterious 'underground river' threatening Ipswich homes

premium_icon Mysterious 'underground river' threatening Ipswich homes

DISTRESSED and frustrated residents in one Ipswich street are pleading for help to deal with an underground 'river' threatening to destroy their properties.

Mater locks in time for next Springfield hospital expansion

premium_icon Mater locks in time for next Springfield hospital expansion

It is the first time Mater has identified a timeframe for the expansion of the hospital.

Post flight drink ends in trouble

premium_icon Post flight drink ends in trouble

JETTING in from an international business trip, Neil Wright shared a few more drinks upon landing, then got behind the wheel to head home.

Players to watch: Norths ace guiding future generation

premium_icon Players to watch: Norths ace guiding future generation

Norths captain Dean "Deano'' Jeffrey is thrilled to see his side developing so much exciting talent this season.

Legal request increase puts council budget in red

premium_icon Legal request increase puts council budget in red

SO far this financial year, $740,000 has been spent on legal costs related to the everyday running of the organisation.

BHP to face class action lawsuit

premium_icon BHP to face class action lawsuit

HUNDREDS of "second class workers" who have been severely underpaid for their work at some of the biggest mines in Australia will hit back at BHP today.

Missing motorway link work progressing

Missing motorway link work progressing

When the upgrade is finished, the section will transform from four lanes to six.

Crafty business is thriving

Crafty business is thriving

The Darling St business is a popular destination for dressmakers, quilters and other crafters.

Mon 25 Jun 2018

Hunt explains that ‘dumb’ grubber kick

premium_icon Hunt explains that ‘dumb’ grubber kick

BEN Hunt has revealed why he chose to grubber kick on the third tackle when the Maroons had NSW on the ropes, and says he wants another chance.

How Dyson nearly killed iconic retailer

How Dyson nearly killed iconic retailer

MUCH-loved vacuum chain Godfreys is in the fight of its life — and Dyson might just be the ultimate cause of its downfall.

Kewell: The two ‘Roos who must play Peru

premium_icon Kewell: The two ‘Roos who must play Peru

ONE is a veteran who has done the job before, the other is an electrifying youngster — Harry Kewell identifies the X-factors the Socceroos need.

Blues gunning for a clean sweep

premium_icon Blues gunning for a clean sweep

IT has been 18 long years since NSW won every game of a State of Origin series but with the series in the bag, the Blues want to pay Queensland back.

UPDATE: Woman charged over South Gladstone stabbing

UPDATE: Woman charged over South Gladstone stabbing

A 51-year-old man is in a serious condition at Rockhampton Hospital after the incident.

Carrie’s candid morning sickness photo

Carrie’s candid morning sickness photo

AFTER revealing she is expecting her third child last week, Carrie Bickmore has shared a very candid post about her struggle with morning sickness.

Frustrated Red set to take it Tui Blues

Frustrated Red set to take it Tui Blues

WALLABY Lukhan Tui will be drafted into the Reds’ backrow for the first time in 10 weeks on Friday night with a “good to go” tick from coach Brad Thorn.

BRAVE: Backing the boy who almost lost it all on family farm

BRAVE: Backing the boy who almost lost it all on family farm

A FREAK accident while feeding cows ripped everything away from 9yo boy and almost claimed his limb, but this little battler has the backing of his community.

Cameron sent straight to tribunal

Cameron sent straight to tribunal

GWS star Jeremy Cameron has been referred directly to the tribunal by match review officer for his high hit on Brisbane defender Harris Andrews.

SPER wants woman's toll debt paid, offers payment plans

premium_icon SPER wants woman's toll debt paid, offers payment plans

Kylie Jones' bills piled up when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2015.

'Crisis' meeting called ahead of council dismissal decision

premium_icon 'Crisis' meeting called ahead of council dismissal decision

"This is a big tussle. The left believes the right is trying to take over and there's major divisional brawls."

Drug user 'shocked, horrified' by weed's hidden secret

premium_icon Drug user 'shocked, horrified' by weed's hidden secret

HE was left feeling a little bit perplexed when police broke the news to him.

Riders round up dollars for Ipswich toddler

Riders round up dollars for Ipswich toddler

LEATHER clad bikers descended on Ipswich on Sunday, taking over the Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve for the morning.

Fire breaks out on private land

Fire breaks out on private land

A fire with a front of about 800m was burning near Washpool.

Winter downpour is now a drizzle for Ipswich

Winter downpour is now a drizzle for Ipswich

Patchy rain heralds winter warmer.

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