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Tue 22 Oct 2019

Hanson milks Labor support for dairy bill

Hanson milks Labor support for dairy bill

Federal Labor politicians have decided to support legislation put up by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson to set a base price for milk.

AusPost 'subsidising' China delivery

AusPost 'subsidising' China delivery

Australia Post boss Christine Holgate says Australia is "subsidising" small deliveries to China as local letter deliveries cut into the corporation's profits.

Dog fight: Woman spat on, knocked out

premium_icon Dog fight: Woman spat on, knocked out

A 68-year-old woman was spat on, punched in the face and left unconscious after an altercation with a man over his dog in Brisbane’s north this morning.

Pocock hits back at Quade’s Cheika ‘potshot’

premium_icon Pocock hits back at Quade’s Cheika ‘potshot’

Michael Cheika and the Wallabies have returned home from their horror World Cup campaign, and the players have little time for the criticism from Quade Cooper.

Roar recruit ready for crowd support

premium_icon Roar recruit ready for crowd support

With a looming clash with Melbourne Victory, Roar striker Roy O’Donovan is looking forward to having a Suncorp Stadium crowd on his side for a chnage.

'You're not a good look for us': How I lost 50kg in 9 months

premium_icon 'You're not a good look for us': How I lost 50kg in 9 months

'How had I let myself get to a point where a person who’s job was to help people like me was disgusted by me?'

‘Big f---ing red tomato’ crop draws cops to Laidley property

premium_icon ‘Big f---ing red tomato’ crop draws cops to Laidley property

A Laidley South man had some explaining to do when police checked out his ’tomato’ hydroponics station

Man stole booze and walked out of store saying 'sorry'

premium_icon Man stole booze and walked out of store saying 'sorry'

A thief intent on enjoying some free liquor simply said "sorry" to store staff as he walked out the door with more than $140 of Bundaberg Rum

‘I heard a bang’: Witnesses see bin crash while picnicking

premium_icon ‘I heard a bang’: Witnesses see bin crash while picnicking

An older man was let off with no punishment and no conviction recorded after he crashed into a council bin and got his ute stuck

Labourer caught red-handed stealing from Aurizon

premium_icon Labourer caught red-handed stealing from Aurizon

The 52-year-old was caught shovelling a large pile of ballast stones into the back of his car

Batters breakdown in race for Test spot

premium_icon Batters breakdown in race for Test spot

Anxiety levels are rising for a group of batsmen who are finding the harder they try to snatch a place in the side to play Pakistan the further it drifts away.

Inquiry launched into racehorse cruelty

Inquiry launched into racehorse cruelty

An independent inquiry has been launched into the treatment of retired racehorses, after disturbing footage emerged of horses being slaughtered.

Time to honour city's best sporting talent

premium_icon Time to honour city's best sporting talent

FRIDAY night's 2019 City of Ipswich Sports Awards function is set to be a huge celebration of achievement in our city.

Autopsy reveals shock discovery in suspected baiting case

premium_icon Autopsy reveals shock discovery in suspected baiting case

After two threatening letters came in the mail, nine months apart, two jack russell dogs died in late Septembe

Truth about $30m feel-good business

Truth about $30m feel-good business

It’s the “social enterprise” that aims to make you feel good about buying its products. But customers aren’t being told the full story.

Green group slams Clive Palmer’s Galilee mine bid

premium_icon Green group slams Clive Palmer’s Galilee mine bid

CLIVE Palmer-controlled company has been condemned by a green group after it applied to build a mega coal mine in the Galilee Basin.

Council’s skate park post too rude for Facebook

premium_icon Council’s skate park post too rude for Facebook

Tea Tree Gully Council has removed a Facebook post which included an aerial image of the design for a new skate park in Holden Hill after it was ridiculed.

Future of QBL decision looms

premium_icon Future of QBL decision looms

Basketball Queensland are expected to this week make a decision on the future of the QBL for season 2020 and beyond.

Hundred reasons to smile for top Aussies

premium_icon Hundred reasons to smile for top Aussies

Steve Smith heads 10 Aussies picked up in England’s new 100-ball an ­innings competition that saw Glenn Maxwell snapped up by a side coached by Shane Warne.

Kyrgios, Hewitt bury Davis Cup hatchet

premium_icon Kyrgios, Hewitt bury Davis Cup hatchet

Australian tennis wild child Nick Kyrgios will make his first Davis Cup appearance since February 2018, after being brought back into the national fold.

Premier guilty of contempt, ordered to apologise

premium_icon Premier guilty of contempt, ordered to apologise

The Premier has been ordered to apologise to Parliament after being found guilty of contempt for stripping the Katter’s Australian Party of resources when MPs would...

Aussie signs huge-money NBA deal

Aussie signs huge-money NBA deal

Aussie NBA star Joe Ingles has signed a rich contract extension that will put him above superstar Ben Simmons on the NBA rich list this season.

Brutal assault puts prison in lockdown

premium_icon Brutal assault puts prison in lockdown

A Queensland prison guard has suffered a sickening gash to the head after a brutal assault that forced a prison into lockdown. Warning: Graphic image

Australia to hit by searing heat spike

Australia to hit by searing heat spike

It’s going to be an absolute scorcher of a week, above 30C just about everywhere, and that comes a day after one capital recorded its second hottest day ever.

School fees behind million-dollar bookie sting

premium_icon School fees behind million-dollar bookie sting

The aptly named I Got Chills did exactly that to bookies around the country when she bolted in at Flemington 14 years ago.

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