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Sun 18 Aug 2019

Time out as successful state league coach, dad plans future

premium_icon Time out as successful state league coach, dad plans future

With a young family, the Bremer State High School teacher will take some time to reflect before considering any coaching roles next season.

Beattie: I’ll walk away for the good of rugby league

premium_icon Beattie: I’ll walk away for the good of rugby league

ARLC Chairman Peter Beattie has declared he will push on with his reform of the independent commission, even if it costs him his job.

The jab animal anti-vaxxers use to avoid immunisation

premium_icon The jab animal anti-vaxxers use to avoid immunisation

Holistic and alternative vets across Queensland are promoting an annual injection as a safer option than pet vaccination, while more traditional vets warn it could...

Extinction Rebellion: Diary of a wimpy rebel

premium_icon Extinction Rebellion: Diary of a wimpy rebel

He was tough enough to protest with Extinction Rebellion in Brisbane but when he found himself arrested, this rebel didn’t have a clue.

How councils have flushed $4m down the drain

premium_icon How councils have flushed $4m down the drain

EIGHT Qld councils have wasted $4 million of taxpayers’ money by building costly mothballed water infrastructure they aren’t using. SEE THE FULL LIST.

Even in defeat, Ipswich teams earn greater football respect

premium_icon Even in defeat, Ipswich teams earn greater football respect

As much as he wanted Ipswich's Queensland Premier League Firsts and under-18 teams to reach grand finals, both sides fought all the way in semi-finals.

Man cuts off ankle bracelet to 'buy time' before jail

premium_icon Man cuts off ankle bracelet to 'buy time' before jail

A MAN who cut off his ankle bracelet to 'buy himself time' before being sent back to prison has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment.

Why our Subway stores are closing

premium_icon Why our Subway stores are closing

It has more outlets than McDonald’s, but Subway is doing it tough in places, with 130 closures nationally. Here’s where it’s been shutting up shop in Queensland.

Recruitment fails plague Broncos

premium_icon Recruitment fails plague Broncos

Cameron Smith, Cooper Cronk and Johnathan Thurston are just three players to escape Broncos recruiters — and the same mistakes continue to be made today.

How I secretly spread my husband’s ashes at the Gabba

premium_icon How I secretly spread my husband’s ashes at the Gabba

Before passionate Lions fan Alex Wilson died of cancer last year, his wife Sandra made a promise that she has secretly been honouring every round this season.

Moment husband backs car into wife

Moment husband backs car into wife

THE moment a woman was killed on Saturday when her husband accidentally backed into her has been captured on CCTV.

Mother tells of heartbreak after Ross River drowning

premium_icon Mother tells of heartbreak after Ross River drowning

The devastated mother of a young girl who drowned in the Ross River has spoken of the hole in her heart since her daughter’s death.

Liverpool go top but City fans up in arms over VAR

premium_icon Liverpool go top but City fans up in arms over VAR

Manchester City have once again been denied a winner against Tottenham while Liverpool and Arsenal maintained their good early season form.

Arrests, weapons seized at far-right rally

Arrests, weapons seized at far-right rally

POLICE have arrested at least three people during demonstrations by right-wing groups and counterprotesters.

Woman in critical condition after three car crash

premium_icon Woman in critical condition after three car crash

A woman in her 50s was taken to Townsville Hospital’s intensive care unit in a critical condition last night, after being involved in a three car crash.

Wallabies ratings: ‘Spot is in jeopardy’

premium_icon Wallabies ratings: ‘Spot is in jeopardy’

The All Blacks have humiliated the Wallabies after the Australians won the first Test of the two-match series. See how player ratings reflect the thrashing.

This is it: Pride's season-defining week after gritty win

premium_icon This is it: Pride's season-defining week after gritty win

TWO crucial matches this week are likely to determine whether Western Pride avoids relegation or remains in next year's state league.

Elderly woman burned after falling on hot coals

premium_icon Elderly woman burned after falling on hot coals

An elderly woman is recovering in hospital after she burnt her back and legs after falling onto hot coal last night.

UPDATE: Hit and run victim dies, police hunt for driver

UPDATE: Hit and run victim dies, police hunt for driver

Police have confirmed an elderly man hit by a vehicle yesterday has died from his injuries, as the search continues for the driver of the vehicle.

Meninga won’t let Titans dump Taylor

premium_icon Meninga won’t let Titans dump Taylor

Mal Meninga has dug his heels in and will not let star halfback Ash Taylor walk away from his $1 million contract with the Gold Coast.

Eagles' 'best' footy player refocuses on the real goal

premium_icon Eagles' 'best' footy player refocuses on the real goal

Like his Ipswich teammates, Eagles ruckman Zac Lawrence wasn't overly concerned by his team's latest 48 point defeat.

Dad says baby’s injuries were an accident

premium_icon Dad says baby’s injuries were an accident

The father of a newborn fighting for life with serious brain injuries allegedly told police the child slipped from his arms in an “unfortunate accident”.

Fab four? Root says hello, goodbye to elite status

premium_icon Fab four? Root says hello, goodbye to elite status

Joe Root is often put in the same bracket as Steve Smith, Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson. On this evidence that’s a stretch. That and more from Lord’s.

LIVE NOW: Hurricanes V Storm in Strike League

premium_icon LIVE NOW: Hurricanes V Storm in Strike League

The Strike League week three clash between Hobart Hurricanes and Southern Storm will be livestreamed right here on Sunday from 11am.

Strangers flock to mourn El Paso victim

Strangers flock to mourn El Paso victim

A man feared no-one would show up to help him farewell his wife, one of 22 people shot dead in a massacre last month. But thousands of strangers turned up to mourn.

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