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Tue 21 Aug 2018

Eels slam ex-staffer over new salary cap claims

Eels slam ex-staffer over new salary cap claims

THE Eels have angrily refuted new reports of salary cap cheating, with administrator Max Donnelly saying the claims come from a “disgruntled former employee”.

Fire jumps road and is impacting properties

Fire jumps road and is impacting properties

FIRE is burning in mostly highly-vegetated area consisting of both hardwood plantations and open country.

Cherbourg crews fight two grass fires

Cherbourg crews fight two grass fires

CHERBOURG firefighters responded to two separate grass fires overnight.

Coulson keen for the Country Music Muster

Coulson keen for the Country Music Muster

Gayndah's Noah Coulson has been practising since he received his very own guitar last Christmas, and he's ready for his first major performance this weekend.

Neighbourhood clubs give Eidsvold a boost

Neighbourhood clubs give Eidsvold a boost

The Eidsvold Bowls Club may be small in number, but they pulled out all the stops to host one of their largest events of the year on Monday.

Prison for stealing $40 of fuel

Prison for stealing $40 of fuel

He left the fuel station without paying for the the quantity of fuel.

Farm machinery freezes as temperatures plummet

Farm machinery freezes as temperatures plummet

It was cold enough to freeze a working irrigator overnight.

Three dead in fuel tanker, car crash north of Bowen

Three dead in fuel tanker, car crash north of Bowen

Emergency services are on scene on the Bruce Highway

Zorko ‘embarrassed’ by handshake spat

Zorko ‘embarrassed’ by handshake spat

BRISBANE Lions skipper Dayne Zorko has looked back with regret on his ugly post-game confrontation with Gold Coast Suns tagger Touk Miller.

BREAKING: Desperate attempt to save man trapped in tank

BREAKING: Desperate attempt to save man trapped in tank

EMERGENCY services have been called to a property near Casino this afternoon, where a man is trapped in a tank.

Jameka retired after lacklustre trial

Jameka retired after lacklustre trial

CAULFIELD Cup winner Jameka has been retired after a poor trial at Cranbourne, the mare’s second poor trial after more than 16 months away from the track.

McCarron gets call as Boomers test strength in depth

McCarron gets call as Boomers test strength in depth

PLAYING for the first time since the wild scenes in the Philippines, the Boomers will be counting on their depth in next round of World Cup qualification.

Question doctors must ask tradies

Question doctors must ask tradies

A DISEASE from the 1940s is making a terrifying resurgence among Australia’s tradies. Experts say there’s a simple question doctors should ask.

Books give old fridge new life

Books give old fridge new life

Maidenwell joins national library revolution.

Police charge man who fled crash scene

Police charge man who fled crash scene

The Crawford man will appear in the Kingaroy Magistrates Court on September 19.

Sharks skipper ‘unnerved’ by reluctant Holmes

Sharks skipper ‘unnerved’ by reluctant Holmes

VALENTINE Holmes has a huge offer from Cronulla to remain at the club but is yet to sign it and Paul Gallen said it could mean the star fullback is leaving.

Surfer dies at popular Australian beach

Surfer dies at popular Australian beach

FRIENDS desperately tried to save a man who was pulled unconscious from the water while surfing on the northern beaches in Sydney.

Dad’s furious standoff over $10 plane snack

Dad’s furious standoff over $10 plane snack

AFTER a four hour flight delay, Johnny McMenamin thought a free drink and packet of chips was reasonable. The crew didn’t agree.

Bolt to prove doubters wrong

Bolt to prove doubters wrong

USAIN Bolt already had plenty of Aussie fans, but he gained even more after he showed off his football skills with the Mariners in Gosford.

Outrage over woman’s Tinder stunt

Outrage over woman’s Tinder stunt

DOZENS of single men were left furious after being tricked by a woman on Tinder into competing in a “Hunger Games” style dating stunt.

Baconfest causing a booking fest

Baconfest causing a booking fest

Kingaroy is anticipating a huge influx of tourists and bacon-loving locals for the inaugural Baconfest this weekend.

Police officer hurt as patrol car and 4WD collide

Police officer hurt as patrol car and 4WD collide

PARAMEDICS have transferred two people to hospital following an early morning crash at Buderim.

Wondai ready to take on Queensland's best

Wondai ready to take on Queensland's best

Evan O'Rourke, Alwyn Litzow, Tony Gregory and Trevor Litzow have succeeded as a quartet.

Crikey! 4m croc spotted near kids on Fitzroy River

Crikey! 4m croc spotted near kids on Fitzroy River

Rocky fisherman almost has a close encounter with croc.

’His 26th birthday became a death sentence’

’His 26th birthday became a death sentence’

LITTLE did Alex Smith know that his 26th birthday would also be his death sentence, after failing to be able to afford the one drug he needed to live.

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