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Fri 17 Jan 2020

Maxwell’s ODI axing leaves former captain stunned

premium_icon Maxwell’s ODI axing leaves former captain stunned

As Glenn Maxwell tears it up in the Big Bash, a former captain of the X-Factor is unsure why he was axed from the ODI side in the first place.

Bullets’ playoff destiny in their own hands

premium_icon Bullets’ playoff destiny in their own hands

Forget what’s going on around them and look after their own business. That’s the task of the Brisbane Bullets as they look to make the NBL playoffs.

Barty can create history with Laver’s top draw advice

premium_icon Barty can create history with Laver’s top draw advice

If Ash Barty is to end Australia’s 42-year singles title drought in Melbourne, she will – out of necessity – have to break new ground, writes LEO SCHLINK.

Fiery council debate over building second rail trail

premium_icon Fiery council debate over building second rail trail

Councillor argues second Burnett Rail Trail would boost business, but mayor says group pushing for it has "imploded".

Former Swan Davis‘ shock NRL gig

premium_icon Former Swan Davis‘ shock NRL gig

He’s helped NRL clubs with their kicking and now former Sydney Swan Nick Davis is going a step further as he prepares to run out in the NRL Nines tournament.

Epic effort to rid home of second snake in 12 hours

premium_icon Epic effort to rid home of second snake in 12 hours

IT’S scary enough for many to have one snake encounter in their home but this woman saw double within 12 hours.

‘Hero’ dog saves owner’s life after she was hit by car

premium_icon ‘Hero’ dog saves owner’s life after she was hit by car

If she hadn’t been found by the side of the road, hidden from sight, the 26-year-old would have died.

Late-night caller could hold key to mum’s disappearance

premium_icon Late-night caller could hold key to mum’s disappearance

Police have issued an appeal for a late-night anonymous caller to reconnect with investigators in relation to the 2012 disappearance of mother Tina Greer.

Wilson Gavin's tragic death must not be in vain

premium_icon Wilson Gavin's tragic death must not be in vain

When Wilson Gavin took his own life this week, after being savaged on Twitter, I was horrified.

PHOTOS: Ute hits trees, flips over water pipe

premium_icon PHOTOS: Ute hits trees, flips over water pipe

A man has been taken to Townsville University Hospital after his vehicle flipped on the Bruce Highway. CHECK OUT THE PHOTOS

McDonald confirms Roar move is happening

premium_icon McDonald confirms Roar move is happening

Former Socceroos striker Scott McDonald says the chance to link up with Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler at Brisbane Roar was too good to refuse.

12yo league fan’s Facebook auction for bushfire relief

premium_icon 12yo league fan’s Facebook auction for bushfire relief

A 12-year-old Brisbane boy was so saddened by Australia’s bushfire crisis, that he’s auctioning off his prized possession to raise funds for the relief effort.

How this Kombi van will help volunteers to fight hunger

premium_icon How this Kombi van will help volunteers to fight hunger

An anonymous family who saw the group’s good work is behind the generous gesture.

Mine owner provides update on CQ death probe

premium_icon Mine owner provides update on CQ death probe

More details about the tragedy are trickling in

CCC to investigate claims about Brisbane Councillor

premium_icon CCC to investigate claims about Brisbane Councillor

Queensland’s corruption watchdog will investigate claims about a Brisbane City Councillor after it finalised its assessment of a referral made by her own party.

Protester accused of contractor assault to face trial

premium_icon Protester accused of contractor assault to face trial

Swedish international exchange student to face a two-day trial after Adani protest arrest

Woman’s brutal puppy scam destroys child’s birthday

premium_icon Woman’s brutal puppy scam destroys child’s birthday

A pregnant fraudster mum has been caught ripping off people around SEQ for thousands - with fake promises of puppies and tickets to events that never arrived.

Koalas soaked, gators close to escape as Reptile Park floods

premium_icon Koalas soaked, gators close to escape as Reptile Park floods

Koalas are soaked and the alligators close to escape as flooding swept through the Australian Reptile Park, but Director is happier than ever with the rain.

Contender emerges for Broncos No.1 jersey

premium_icon Contender emerges for Broncos No.1 jersey

Jamayne Isaako is in the box seat to take the the No.1 jersey at the Broncos in 2020, but another bolter is pushing to take the coveted jersey for Round 1.

10 must-see Round 1 Aus Open matches

premium_icon 10 must-see Round 1 Aus Open matches

There will be 128 singles matches played across the opening two days of the Australian Open. But which ones will be the best? Here's 10 matches you can’t miss.

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