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Sat 28 Nov 2020

Hospital worker swapped patients’ opiates for saline

Premium Content Hospital worker swapped patients’ opiates for saline

Former hospital employee barred from providing health service after a court hears he swapped anaesthetic meant for patients.

Wipeout contestant killed on set identified

Wipeout contestant killed on set identified

A contestant who died shortly after completing the challenging Wipeout obstacle course has been identified by authorities.

Kim Jong-un’s inhumane COVID fix

Kim Jong-un’s inhumane COVID fix

Disturbing reports have emerged claiming that Kim Jong-un has begun “executing people” in a frantic bid to control the spread of the coronavirus.

GUN CONTROL: How many guns go missing in our state

Premium Content GUN CONTROL: How many guns go missing in our state

More than 3835 firearms have been stolen or lost in the past five years in Queensland.

‘Little angel’: Tributes flood in for ‘darling’ girl

Premium Content ‘Little angel’: Tributes flood in for ‘darling’ girl

Tributes have flooded in to honour the life of beautiful Queensland girl, Rylee Rose Black, who died after allegedly being left in a hot car.

Woman accused of shocking COVID fraud

Woman accused of shocking COVID fraud

A woman has been charged with fraud offences after she allegedly applied for a shocking amount of coronavirus and bushfire government grants.

NAMED: Man charged over alleged Bundaberg terror plot

Premium Content NAMED: Man charged over alleged Bundaberg terror plot

The identity of the 29-year-old arrested by the Queensland Joint Counter Terrorism Team over an alleged Bundaberg terror plot has been revealed.

‘Sad this ends here’: Veteran learns fate in assault trial

Premium Content ‘Sad this ends here’: Veteran learns fate in assault trial

An elderly Vietnam veteran who served as a notorious “tunnel rat” has learned his punishment for bashing his neighbour, at their Cairns retirement village.

Queensland mum’s $14,000 flood fraud

Premium Content Queensland mum’s $14,000 flood fraud

A Far North mum who scammed $14,000 out of the Federal Government by lodging phony claims for flood disaster relief has been dealt with

Urgent warning after surge in flying fox bites and scratches

Premium Content Urgent warning after surge in flying fox bites and scratches

Medical experts have warned Far North residents not to handle sick or injured flying foxes after a surge in scratches and bites.

What Bega purchase of Lion means for FNQ dairy producers

Premium Content What Bega purchase of Lion means for FNQ dairy producers

After digesting the news of Bega’s acquisition of Lion Dairy & Drinks, Tablelands farmers have got a taste for the long-term benefits.

Netflix movie to make stars of our deadliest wildlife

Premium Content Netflix movie to make stars of our deadliest wildlife

Most of the world thinks Australia is full of deadly animals — but a new multi-million dollar animated movie is about to transform them into adorable stars

Creepy neighbour filmed young girls through fence

Premium Content Creepy neighbour filmed young girls through fence

When a teenage girl spotted a camera lens poking through a hole in her backyard fence, it led to a shocking discovery that shattered her family.

It’s great to be back at the cricket

Premium Content It’s great to be back at the cricket

The drums were beating at the SCG, the bats were flashing and we even saw a good old-fashioned pitch invasion – summer has begun.

Shocking video shows man king-hit in carjacking

Premium Content Shocking video shows man king-hit in carjacking

A motorist was punched in the face and knocked to the ground in a carjacking set up by two thieves who blocked the exit of a unit block with a traffic bollard.

Forgotten baby syndrome: What is it?

Premium Content Forgotten baby syndrome: What is it?

Parents who leave children in hot cars may actually be the victims of an unfortunate medical syndrome. This is what can happen.

Side effects of COVID-19 vaccine

Premium Content Side effects of COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 vaccine volunteers have spoken about the side effects of the jab with a US journalist that took part saying “it felt good to feel bad”.

Elderly woman among 4 treated after crash north of Gympie

Premium Content Elderly woman among 4 treated after crash north of Gympie

The car accident comes just 24 hours after a nasty two-car crash on the same road landed six people in hospital.

Duo had just started dating before car death tragedy

Premium Content Duo had just started dating before car death tragedy

The couple at the centre of a horror incident that saw a girl die after being left in a hot car had only recently got together.

'Mad Max' madness: Families terrorised by teen 4WD drivers

Premium Content 'Mad Max' madness: Families terrorised by teen 4WD drivers

TEEN drivers in 4WD vehicles terrorised walkers on a beach on Friday evening, in what was described as "like a scene out of a Mad Max movie".

Liz Hurley shares rare pic with older sister

Liz Hurley shares rare pic with older sister

While the internet is used to Liz Hurley flaunting her smokin’ hot bikini bod, she neglected to mention that her older sister Kate also got the “great rig” genes.

Company director guilty of starting $3m fire

Premium Content Company director guilty of starting $3m fire

A company director has been found guilty of starting a Brisbane factory fire that caused millions of dollars in damage.

Mum’s disgust at email to sick son

Mum’s disgust at email to sick son

Veteran David Finney was experiencing suicidal thoughts when he called for help. The response he got via email disgusted his mother.

Beagle in puppy laboratory horror

Premium Content Beagle in puppy laboratory horror

A beagle, locked up in a laboratory for 10 years for cruel experiments, has become the face of an animal rights campaign.

‘Celeb takeover’ infuriating Byron

‘Celeb takeover’ infuriating Byron

With Nicole Kidman in town filming a TV miniseries, Byron Bay locals have slammed the influx of celebs in their quiet coastal area and they want “justice”.

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