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Mon 23 Jul 2018

Greenlands 'walk around' Australia

Greenlands 'walk around' Australia

Students have been walking the distance of Australia as part of a health and wellbeing challenge

As a doctor, here’s why My Health Record worries me

As a doctor, here’s why My Health Record worries me

CENTRALISING health records could benefit many, but current legislation means it’s not just health practitioners who can access them. Says Kerryn Phelps.

Man charged after allegedly threatening couple

Man charged after allegedly threatening couple

Police are appealing for public assistance after a man and woman were allegedly threatened in a shopping centre carpark on Friday

Trump loses it: ‘You will suffer’

Trump loses it: ‘You will suffer’

DONALD Trump has unleashed in a shocking, public rant to another world leader, telling them “never threaten the US again”.

Toronto shooting: ‘Victims are spread across many blocks’

Toronto shooting: ‘Victims are spread across many blocks’

FOURTEEN people have reportedly been injured in a mass shooting across several blocks in the Canadian city of Toronto.

Fury over comedian’s ‘racist’ Aboriginal joke

Fury over comedian’s ‘racist’ Aboriginal joke

A MONTH before he tours Australia, footage of comedian Trevor Noah making derogatory jokes about Aboriginal women has resurfaced online.

Glen Aplin earns top education honour at Showcase Awards

Glen Aplin earns top education honour at Showcase Awards

From soccer to learning expo, Glen Aplin State School have been busy.

Problems can bring pearls

Problems can bring pearls

In hindsight we can often find the path from an uncomfortable event or experience that has shaped our character, thinking and behaviour.

QLD to defy ‘mini credit crunch’

QLD to defy ‘mini credit crunch’

QUEENSLAND is set to defy a “mini-credit crunch” that will put more pressure on house prices in Sydney and Melbourne, according to a economic forecaster.

Female taxi driver beaten and robbed

Female taxi driver beaten and robbed

A TAXI driver had her nose broken when a passenger allegedly turned violent and stole her car.

Beach 'idiot' caught doing 'kilometres of donuts'

Beach 'idiot' caught doing 'kilometres of donuts'

THE driver will be reported to police after he was photographed tearing up this North Coast beach.

Pathways for overcoming adversity

Pathways for overcoming adversity

COAST community rises to challenge of dealing with illnesses that affect more than one million Australians.

‘I did nothing wrong’: Accused family killer speaks

‘I did nothing wrong’: Accused family killer speaks

THE teenager accused of killing his mother and two siblings has protested his innocence during a court appearance.

Aussie cave rescuers to receive medals

Aussie cave rescuers to receive medals

NINE Australians involved in the Thai cave rescue will receive medals from Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove to honour their efforts.

Police officer could face criminal charges over arrest

Police officer could face criminal charges over arrest

A PUBLIC hearing into the violent arrest of a 16-year-old boy has concluded, with the commission hearing one officer's actions fell into a "large grey area".

Rescue joeys in care at an all time high

Rescue joeys in care at an all time high

Drought conditions are bringing more kangaroos to the roadside resulting in more being hit.

Aussies spending over $700m on furry friends

Aussies spending over $700m on furry friends

We’re in love with our pets. But our infatuation with felines and canines is getting costly. Our spending on our four-legged friends has skyrocketed 90 per cent in...

‘It’s a miracle this boy is still alive’

‘It’s a miracle this boy is still alive’

LOCAL police were stunned the teenager who accidentally shot himself with a harpoon was still alive and talking. WARNING: Graphic images.

The road law most rural drivers should know, but don't

The road law most rural drivers should know, but don't

FEW people know about the law that can land drivers with a $2,600 fine for not turning off their engine and it applies mostly to rural people.

We’re using this $4 Kmart bowl wrong

We’re using this $4 Kmart bowl wrong

AUSTRALIANS can’t get enough of this cheap fruit bowl from Kmart. But they’re not using it for food.

Follow the old adage 'less is more'

Follow the old adage 'less is more'

Pare back your possessions to those you love and use.

Will the purple reign yet again?

Will the purple reign yet again?

Melbourne has stormed into outright premiership favouritism for the first time this season.

Borce Ristevski: Evidence the cops want hidden

Borce Ristevski: Evidence the cops want hidden

POLICE are today expected to argue evidence in the case against accused wife killer Borce Ristevski should be kept secret.

Uber driver secretly filmed over 700 passengers

Uber driver secretly filmed over 700 passengers

A UBER driver in Missouri used a webcam to secretly record unsuspecting customers — then broadcast the footage on the internet for the world to see.

New Zealand win Sevens World Cup

New Zealand win Sevens World Cup

NEW ZEALAND are on top of the world after smashing England to win the Rugby Sevens World Cup final at San Francisco’s AT&T Park.

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