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Wed 12 Dec 2018

Cyclone Owen now a category 2

Cyclone Owen now a category 2

Tropical Cyclone Owen is now at Category 2 intensity and is forecast to bring potentially destructive weather to Queensland this weekend.

Appeal over wild street brawl on town's main street

Appeal over wild street brawl on town's main street

POLICE investigating a brawl involving up to 30 people are appealing for help from the public.

Waugh: Starc fighting for future in Perth

Waugh: Starc fighting for future in Perth

Former Australian cricketer and national team selector Mark Waugh believes Mitchell Starc could be playing for his spot during the second Test in Perth.

Family Guy’s emotional tribute to late star

Family Guy’s emotional tribute to late star

The cartoon sitcom paid tribute to one of its most-loved guest stars in this week’s episode, with an uncharacteristically emotional scene.

Footy crackdown a ‘recipe for disaster’

Footy crackdown a ‘recipe for disaster’

The changes approved by the AFL Commission this week have been blasted by a footy legend who believes the tweaks will ruin the game.

Truckie runs cops off the road while overtaking

Truckie runs cops off the road while overtaking

MAGISTRATE David Day described the actions of a truck driver who ran an oncoming unmarked police car off the road as "one of those complete brain snaps".

FESTIVE CHEER: Caroller sings for nearly 50 years

FESTIVE CHEER: Caroller sings for nearly 50 years

Jeanene Chapman has been spreading joy through Granite Belt Christmas carols since the 70s.

180km/h crash driver’s dark turn

180km/h crash driver’s dark turn

A Melbourne man who drove at an “abhorrent” speed before killing a young dad was a “high achiever” and honours student.

Leaked email exposes bloody Kohli coup

Leaked email exposes bloody Kohli coup

Extraordinary leaked emails and text messages reveal how Indian captain Virat Kohli orchestrated the termination of former coach Anil Kumble.

Simple way to keep the kilos off

Simple way to keep the kilos off

Worried about piling on the pounds this Christmas? Turns out all you need is a set of scales and some handy calorie information.

New driver tracking app can save you big on car insurance

New driver tracking app can save you big on car insurance

NEW tech that tracks your driving habits may seem intrusive but it can save you big dollars.

Alleged killer ‘obsessed with girls’

Alleged killer ‘obsessed with girls’

Those who know the alleged killer of a young backpacker say he was “always trying to get with younger girls” and had become estranged from his family.

Pink Ladies snatch final victory

Pink Ladies snatch final victory

Pink Ladies faced off their rival team The Devils in a very close final.

Here’s what’s open over Christmas

Here’s what’s open over Christmas

As we all walk it over the finish line for 2018, here’s your guide to what’s open on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year.

What sparked ‘deplorable’ St Kilda attack

What sparked ‘deplorable’ St Kilda attack

A leader of the African community in Melbourne has a theory on why the senseless attack on three men happened.

De-amalgamation 'is viable'

De-amalgamation 'is viable'

A breakaway from Southern Downs Regional Council is entirely feasible and financially viable.

PHOTOS: Thieves ransack crematorium, steal ashes

PHOTOS: Thieves ransack crematorium, steal ashes

DETECTIVES are investigating after a crematorium was ransacked and two containers of cremated ashes taken.

Man’s high life on $1.6m after ATM glitch

Man’s high life on $1.6m after ATM glitch

An Aussie man hired private jets, ate at lavish restaurants and spoiled mates with expensive gifts all because of an ATM glitch.

Nuns ‘steal’ $500k to gamble in Vegas

Nuns ‘steal’ $500k to gamble in Vegas

TWO nuns have confessed to embezzling $500,000 from the school they formerly worked at, to fund their Las Vegas gambling trips.

‘Disgraceful’: Telstra hits back over disaster texts

‘Disgraceful’: Telstra hits back over disaster texts

Telstra has been forced to defend itself for charging for disaster warning texts used during recent bushfires.

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