Network News

Wed 17 Oct 2018

45 wallabies removed after vital breeding program closes

45 wallabies removed after vital breeding program closes

Tina Janssen says she is disappointed by the lack of State funding received during the fifteen year operation of her bridled nail tail wallaby breeding program.

Why we can't name and shame all child sex offenders

Why we can't name and shame all child sex offenders

How you can help change the laws so predators are exposed

Cyclist hit with $400 fine for using phone

Cyclist hit with $400 fine for using phone

A QUEENSLAND cyclist has been fined hundreds of dollars for using a mobile phone while riding his bike.

The $3 Kmart item that will save your trip

The $3 Kmart item that will save your trip

There’s one cheap item that could mean the difference between an uneventful flight and a long haul where everyone is looking for a parachute.

Stephen Hawking just killed God

Stephen Hawking just killed God

STEPHEN Hawking has spoken from beyond the grave. And in a brutal smackdown he’s officially just killed god.

Where you’ll find Australia’s best pizza

Where you’ll find Australia’s best pizza

THE people have spoken. Despite its surprising location, if you want a slice of the good stuff, this beachside pizzeria can’t be beat.

Reject Shop slams mortgage hikes

Reject Shop slams mortgage hikes

THE Reject Shop has cut its profit guidance by about 40 per cent after a sales slump it is linking to recent mortgage rate hikes.

Incredible nature pics of unseen world

Incredible nature pics of unseen world

THIS nature photo competition with a twist gives us a glimpse into the thriving world beyond our natural vision — and the results are stunning.

Youths swap drinks for drugs to save cash

Youths swap drinks for drugs to save cash

WITH alcohol prices at global highs in Australia’s major cities, partygoers say party drugs have become an economic no-brainer.

Distinctive tattoo could catch ‘killer’

Distinctive tattoo could catch ‘killer’

A CONSPICUOUSLY tattooed man — who is alleged to have killed his brother with a sword — is hiding among us. And his tattoo could be his downfall.

Breakneck growth in ‘one servo’ town

Breakneck growth in ‘one servo’ town

PEOPLE are flocking to this Aussie suburb undergoing an absurd housing boom. But for $500,000 you get a home and very little else.

Harry’s royal sacrifice for Meghan

Harry’s royal sacrifice for Meghan

PRINCE Harry has been quietly going about something that not even the most sharp-eyed royal watchers have spotted.

‘Stupid fool’: Hanson blows up on Today

‘Stupid fool’: Hanson blows up on Today

NO ONE was safe as Pauline Hanson unleashed during an interview with Karl Stefanovic on Channel 9 this morning.

Flight crew asleep on floor photo sparks fury

Flight crew asleep on floor photo sparks fury

CABIN crew members snapped this image at an airport and shared it. The story behind it has been slammed as “disgusting”.

Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan dead at 78

Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan dead at 78

THE man who founded the Clean Up Australia organisation, Ian Kiernan, has died after a battle with cancer.

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