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Thu 13 Aug 2020

REVEALED: Every Qld business gone bust in 2020

Premium Content REVEALED: Every Qld business gone bust in 2020

Read the full list of Queensland companies that have gone to the wall in 2020, as experts warn ‘zombie businesses’ propped up by lenient regulations are dragging...

Fruit and veg prices about to soar

Premium Content Fruit and veg prices about to soar

Despite growing dole queues, a backpacker worker shortfall is about to make fruit and vegetables prices go through the roof.

Shish kebab or machete? Woman claims misunderstanding

Premium Content Shish kebab or machete? Woman claims misunderstanding

A woman allegedly caught wielding a machete at police said the incident was a “huge misunderstanding” saying she was actually holding a shish kebab skewer.

Time for answers on government fails

Premium Content Time for answers on government fails

Queenslanders are still in the dark over whether Child Safety officers who failed Mason Jett Lee and Education bureaucrats who bungled the principal search that cost...

School funding mystery: Why won’t Labor reveal spend?

Premium Content School funding mystery: Why won’t Labor reveal spend?

Labor MPs are taking to social media to spruik their electorates' haul from $200m in funding for schools as the government refuses to reveal their spend.

Man’s quarantine escape could trigger ‘major response’

Premium Content Man’s quarantine escape could trigger ‘major response’

ONE of the state’s top cops has vowed to restore confidence in the police service’s ability to mandate hotel quarantine, after a Toowoomba man fled.

'I've got a plan': Ex-One Nation leader to stand again

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Former One Nation Queensland leader and Sunshine Coast MP Steve Dickson, who left politics amid a strip club scandal, will run in the upcoming state election.

Qld border ban sparks medical emergency

Premium Content Qld border ban sparks medical emergency

Queensland’s border closure has left no provision for specialist medical care for hundreds of thousands of people, with doctors being kept from patients.

Stop the rot: Morris vows to fix Broncos

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Broncos chairman Karl Morris has vowed to stop the rot and rebuild the NRL’s glamour franchise following a spate of disciplinary issues.

Inside the boozy lunch that could destroy the Broncos

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New details have been revealed about the alleged booze-up enjoyed by a number of high-profile Brisbane Broncos players at a northside pub, in the latest COVID scandal...

Visitors’ return to island could mean dingo death warrant

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Life of island resident depends on human decisions

Wed 12 Aug 2020

Drugged-up, asleep at the wheel: Driver’s dangerous head-on

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A drugged-up driver who left another road user with “severe injuries” after a head-on crash has avoided spending time in jail.

Revealed: Why former Public Trustee was stood down

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More than a year ago, Peter Carne was stood down as the Public Trustee of Queensland over undisclosed allegations of 'misbehaviour'.

Expanding salon chain targets sacked airline staff

Premium Content Expanding salon chain targets sacked airline staff

The scores of flight crew out of a job due to the collapse in the airline sector could be greeting you at your next hair appointment.

Federal government warned of aged care staff shortage

Premium Content Federal government warned of aged care staff shortage

Scott Morrison said the recent horrific scenes in Vaged care homes “had not been anticipated or foreshadowed” but the government was warned months before.

’Doof king’: Dealer’s high stakes delivery plan

Premium Content ’Doof king’: Dealer’s high stakes delivery plan

Nangs, whippits, laughing gas, hippy crack. These are all drug slang for a small but potent product that was about to begin door-to-door delivery.

Why CBA might just be the world’s most profitable bank

Premium Content Why CBA might just be the world’s most profitable bank

Right now Australia’s Commonwealth Bank is quite probably the most profitable big bank in the entire world. Terry McCrann explains why.

Season over for star prop as Broncos’ crisis worsens

Premium Content Season over for star prop as Broncos’ crisis worsens

The Broncos’ horror season has taken another turn with chief enforcer Matt Lodge ruled out for the season.

Ice-fuelled man shoots stranger with salt-loaded shotgun

Premium Content Ice-fuelled man shoots stranger with salt-loaded shotgun

A man who took part in a terrifying home invasion in which the victim’s eyeball was ruptured has made a bid for parole.

The extraordinary battle that saved Australia

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An unprecedented battle at sea lasting just four days secured a crucial win for Australia against the Japanese – but Sydney itself was soon under direct attack.

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