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Sat 23 Jan 2021

Three dead after being swept off rocks by enormous wave

Premium Content Three dead after being swept off rocks by enormous wave

Three people are dead after being hit by a large wave and washed into surf at a popular fishing spot at Port Kembla late Friday night.

Greens’ advice sheds anti-vax image

Premium Content Greens’ advice sheds anti-vax image

The Queensland Greens are helping change the party’s image with their advice on the coronavirus vaccine rollout.

PM slammed over Aussies trapped overseas

Premium Content PM slammed over Aussies trapped overseas

Chris Bowen has delivered a stinging attack on prime minister Scott Morrison, following news that there would be no lifting of international traveller caps.

Secret trick to turn iPhone into computer

Secret trick to turn iPhone into computer

An Aussie tech blogger has revealed that there’s a little known feature on iPhones that means you can use it as a “mini computer”.

Therapist analyses Armie cannibal claims

Therapist analyses Armie cannibal claims

A relationship therapist weighing in on the Armie Hammer “cannibal” claims said the texts could show his fascination with a “pure fantasy”.

Man charged over samurai sword threats

Premium Content Man charged over samurai sword threats

A man allegedly threatened a household of people with a samurai sword in a bizarre incident at Cranbrook.

Inmates put their kids on the path to success

Premium Content Inmates put their kids on the path to success

Women at a correctional centre are helping to give their children, and others, the best possible start to the school year while learning new skills of their own

Disabled child blocked twice from flying with airline

Premium Content Disabled child blocked twice from flying with airline

Airline fails have resulted in a little boy with cerebral palsy being blocked twice from flying out of Townsville.

Fruit pickers’ scarcity bites, leads to island ‘bubble’ push

Premium Content Fruit pickers’ scarcity bites, leads to island ‘bubble’ push

Of the $32.8m lost in rotting fruit and vegetables left unpicked across Australia, $31m is from Queensland.

Report finds soiled bandages not changed for nine days

Premium Content Report finds soiled bandages not changed for nine days

The Nurses and Midwives’ Union fears it a symptom of “chronic understaffing” that plagues the industry after nurses at the home flagged concerns

New video raises query about death of much-loved croc

Premium Content New video raises query about death of much-loved croc

There are theories one of the favourite salties could still be alive after a large reptile was filmed making a meal of an unfortunate sea turtle. SEE THE VIDEO

Teen stabbed at train station

Teen stabbed at train station

Three teenagers have been arrested after another teen was stabbed at one of Melbourne’s busiest train stations.

New warning for Aussie universities’ China ties

Premium Content New warning for Aussie universities’ China ties

Agreements between Australian universities and China should be have to be pre-approved by the government, according to a federal inquiry.

Man hacked into sister’s bank account, stole safe

Premium Content Man hacked into sister’s bank account, stole safe

A safe containing gold, silver and cash was stolen amid a man’s crime spree

Margaret Court pleads for critics to stop

Margaret Court pleads for critics to stop

The 24-time grand slam champion has hit back at critics following unconfirmed leaks about forthcoming Australia Day honours.

PM under fire over stranded Aussies

PM under fire over stranded Aussies

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been slammed for failing thousands of Australians stranded overseas.

Dog waits for owner at hospital for days

Dog waits for owner at hospital for days

A loyal pup has melted hearts by showing up at hospital each morning waiting patiently while her sick owner was being treated.

Huge fines for parents who buy booze for their kids

Premium Content Huge fines for parents who buy booze for their kids

Ahead of Australia Day, police are reminding the community it’s illegal to purchase alcohol for minors.

Huge crowds hit beaches amid heatwave

Huge crowds hit beaches amid heatwave

People have packed into Sydney’s beaches as council and police step up patrols amid fears of a virus spreading event this weekend.

Fears Clive Palmer’s CQ mine will harm Great Barrier Reef

Premium Content Fears Clive Palmer’s CQ mine will harm Great Barrier Reef

The project, proposed near St Lawrence, consists of an open cut operation and rail connection.

How Cooly Kids set themselves up for life

Premium Content How Cooly Kids set themselves up for life

After retiring from pro surfing they’ve shrewdly parlayed their prizemoney, endorsements and fame to secure their futures.

Minister: 'I will joyfully dump QR codes'

Premium Content Minister: 'I will joyfully dump QR codes'

The NSW government says QR codes will be done away with in the majority of public places once the worst of the pandemic is over.

Teacher charged with 90 sex offences

Teacher charged with 90 sex offences

A former teacher has been charged with 90 child sex offences relating to 14 students following a four-year police investigation.

Blind man’s sight restored after 10 years

Blind man’s sight restored after 10 years

A 78-year-old man has become the first successful recipient of an artificial cornea restoring his sight after a decade of living with blindness.

Politician’s stunning attack on cricket star

Politician’s stunning attack on cricket star

A Queensland Senator has launched into a vicious tirade against Dan Christian after the cricket star weighed into the Australia Day debate.

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