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Mon 1 Jun 2020

Cold burst signals start of winter for southeast

premium_icon Cold burst signals start of winter for southeast

Queenslanders will shiver through the start of winter as the mercury plummets during another cold burst hitting state this week.

Man found 700km away after epic search

premium_icon Man found 700km away after epic search

A Brisbane man declared missing for almost a week has been located alive on a remote western Queensland property, kilometres from where his car was found.

As US riots rage, Trump points finger at Antifa

premium_icon As US riots rage, Trump points finger at Antifa

As violent clashes in the US escalate, Donald Trump has blamed Antifa for the unrest, saying the group will be designated a “terrorist organisation”.

When we could be flying again

premium_icon When we could be flying again

More Queensland flights could be on offer as travel restrictions ease, but there a key conditions that are needed to really restart jetsetting holidays.

Sun 31 May 2020

Trump's America erupts in chaos as violence spreads

Trump's America erupts in chaos as violence spreads

America is on the brink, with scenes of utter chaos playing out across the country from LA to New York as thousands of people take to the streets with fury.

Aussie journo arrested at US protests

Aussie journo arrested at US protests

Aussie journalist Tim Arvier has become the latest reporter swept up into the US protests after his 9News team was handcuffed at gunpoint.

Early rush on super exceeds expectations

premium_icon Early rush on super exceeds expectations

The Federal Government has estimated $29 billion will be withdrawn by cash-strapped Aussies under the scheme with 1.8 million applications already approved.

Bill for Robodebt bungle likely to blow out beyond $720M

Bill for Robodebt bungle likely to blow out beyond $720M

The enormous bill for a failed and “legally insufficient” government program is likely to blow out to much more than the $720 million announced.

How to prepare your dog for your return to work

How to prepare your dog for your return to work

Before dashing back to the office, experts are urging people to transition their pets to avoid stress or separation anxiety.

Premier dumps $810m stadium rebuild

premium_icon Premier dumps $810m stadium rebuild

The long-promised rebuild has been canned, with the state government instead funneling the money into a new jobs creation fund.

‘Some b**ch got shot’: Grandma fired upon in horror mix-up

premium_icon ‘Some b**ch got shot’: Grandma fired upon in horror mix-up

A man either went to the wrong house to shoot an innocent grandma in the face, or arranged for one of his mates to shoot the wrong person, police have alleged.

My extraordinary phone call from Ellen this week

premium_icon My extraordinary phone call from Ellen this week

When Sunday Mail columnist Angela Mollard wrote a column defending US talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, she didn’t expect a call from the superstar herself.

AFP officers embroiled in corruption scandal

premium_icon AFP officers embroiled in corruption scandal

An alleged “mafia-style” group is at the centre of corruption claims within the AFP that include siphoning off Australian Defence Force-funded assets.

Image makes a mockery of Trump

Image makes a mockery of Trump

As Donald Trump threatens military intervention to deal with protests and rioting across America, one image continues to haunt him.

Thomas the Tank Engine narrator dies aged 68

Thomas the Tank Engine narrator dies aged 68

It’s a TV show a lot of us grew up with. But now the man behind the voice has passed away.

Mass stabbing in NSW jail brawl

Mass stabbing in NSW jail brawl

A dozen inmates have been injured after a fight broke out and one prisoner suffering multiple stab wounds has been flown to the nearest hospital.

Death fears as pregnant women denied examinations

premium_icon Death fears as pregnant women denied examinations

Maternity experts are afraid a baby or mother will die following Queensland Health’s switch from routine physical examinations to teleconference appointments.

Mining giant blames ‘dirty’ mum for child poisoning

premium_icon Mining giant blames ‘dirty’ mum for child poisoning

A global mining company says a Queensland mum’s failure to adequately clean her Mount Isa home is the reason her young daughter had lead poisoning.

What you can do in Queensland from midday June 1

premium_icon What you can do in Queensland from midday June 1

Restrictions have lifted early for Queenslanders with gyms and other venues to reopen, unlimited travel within the state, and more gatherings allowed from tomorrow.

Full list of restrictions lifting in each state from June 1

Full list of restrictions lifting in each state from June 1

Restrictions are set to ease across the nation tomorrow, but some things remain the same and could still land you a hefty fine. Here’s what you need to know.

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