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Jail stretch for brutal rapist

premium_icon Jail stretch for brutal rapist

A man who brutally raped his partner before threatening her with a pair of scissors to the throat has been jailed.

Kingaroy celebrates 50 years of iconic peanut van

premium_icon Kingaroy celebrates 50 years of iconic peanut van

'The van was virtually the first visitor information centre. It was the go-to place to find what was going on and where things were.'

Tributes flow for 'beautiful, strong girl'

premium_icon Tributes flow for 'beautiful, strong girl'

IT'S the phone call no parent wants - but for one family that call arrived on Saturday when their 17-year-old daughter died after a three-car-smash.

Finals is Lions’ ultimate success: Brown

premium_icon Finals is Lions’ ultimate success: Brown

The Brisbane Lions have exceeded pre-season expectations. But club legend Jonathan Brown says they can’t waste their bright start.

Inside Daydream’s lavish launch party

premium_icon Inside Daydream’s lavish launch party

Two years since the devastation of Cyclone Debbie, Daydream Island Resort is back - hosting one of the year’s most star-studded and glamorous opening parties.

‘This is going to happen again’: Opal Tower chair’s warning

premium_icon ‘This is going to happen again’: Opal Tower chair’s warning

EXCLUSIVE: Chairman of the owner’s corporation at Opal Tower has warned the incident at Mascot Towers ‘won’t be the last’ unless the NSW government changes the law.

Munster: ‘We don’t deserve to be on top’

premium_icon Munster: ‘We don’t deserve to be on top’

Queensland superstar Cameron Munster has issued an ominous warning to rivals, signalling Melbourne Storm is only going to get better.

Turbo charged Sea Eagles towel terrible Dragons

premium_icon Turbo charged Sea Eagles towel terrible Dragons

A fit and firing Tom Trbojevic has torn apart the Dragons, with the Sea Eagles turning on a stunning performance in front of the Manly faithful.

The Tweed coast gets its time to shine

premium_icon The Tweed coast gets its time to shine

It has long languished in the shadow of the Gold Coast and Byron Bay - but no more.

Teen inmates set clothes, food trays on fire during riot

premium_icon Teen inmates set clothes, food trays on fire during riot

Teen inmates have been thrown into adult jail after causing more than $300,000 in damage — with the riot triggering talks on how to deal with an ongoing crisis.

Are you breaking this little-known road rule?

premium_icon Are you breaking this little-known road rule?

You might not even know it’s an offence, but more than 800 Queensland drivers have been slapped with fines and charges for it in the past five years.

Coast man horrified after disturbing Maccas find

premium_icon Coast man horrified after disturbing Maccas find

A Queensland man has been left horrified after siting down to eat his late lunch Maccas burger.

We’re coming: Activists’ warning to contractors

premium_icon We’re coming: Activists’ warning to contractors

Businesses who take on work for Adani are in the firing line, as a “massive influx” of activists travel to central Queensland.

'The search is ongoing' for missing teen

premium_icon 'The search is ongoing' for missing teen

Community action: Theo's GOFUNDME campaign has reach €37,840

Woman charged over fatal highway crash

premium_icon Woman charged over fatal highway crash

A German woman has been charged by police over an accident on the Bruce Highway that left one person dead and others injured.

Starc warning to rivals as Mitch finds target again

premium_icon Starc warning to rivals as Mitch finds target again

Mitchell Starc needs no rest in World Cup.

Napa sick of being a loser

premium_icon Napa sick of being a loser

Before he joined the Bulldogs in 2019, Dylan Napa was accustomed to success. There hasn’t been much of that at Belmore and the big man has had enough.

Dutton quizzed over deal to house accused killers

premium_icon Dutton quizzed over deal to house accused killers

Peter Dutton has faced questions about the transfer to Australia of two men who allegedly confessed to the machete murders of Western tourists in Rwanda.

Master, apprentice share in Ipswich racing firsts

premium_icon Master, apprentice share in Ipswich racing firsts

Although at massively different stages of their racing careers, apprentice Michael Murphy and highly regarded Blake Shinn shared similar views about Ipswich.

Military heroes in fight of their lives

premium_icon Military heroes in fight of their lives

Too many of our combat veterans are taking their own lives. One ex-serviceman thinks he knows what’s behind this worrying trend.

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