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Fri 19 Oct 2018

Young boy impaled by spear in freak accident

Young boy impaled by spear in freak accident

Boy rushed to hospital after spear incident

Max Brenner’s lifeline falls through

Max Brenner’s lifeline falls through

THE future of chocolate store Max Brenner has been thrown back into chaos just hours after claims it had been “saved”.

Not-so shock rise of new favourite baby name

Not-so shock rise of new favourite baby name

ONE BABY name is shooting to the top of the favourites list in Australia. And it’s all thanks to a huge trend. But how do you pronounce it?

‘Shameful year’: NAB sacks 300 workers

‘Shameful year’: NAB sacks 300 workers

NAB says it has sacked around 300 workers for “appalling behaviour” and says customers have lost confidence in the bank.

Lions shed gets funding boost towards completion

Lions shed gets funding boost towards completion

The Withcott Helidon Lions have received a major boost to help complete the Steve Jones Community Centre.

Citroen’s C3 Aircross SUV is France’s riposte to the Mini

Citroen’s C3 Aircross SUV is France’s riposte to the Mini

Due early next year, the Citroen C3 Aircross will do battle in the cut-throat compact SUV segment

Dry winter season produces top quality produce

Dry winter season produces top quality produce

Pests, disease have been minimal this winter growing season

'Hot wings challenge': Eat 10 in 10 to win cash

'Hot wings challenge': Eat 10 in 10 to win cash

But beware, these wings are mixed with a "ridiculously hot chilli extract"!

Hancock hopes a bit of kindness delivers results

Hancock hopes a bit of kindness delivers results

COURTNEY Hancock is hoping being kind to her body will result in a season to remember for the ironwoman surf star.

‘Perfect storm’ to collapse capital city house prices by 20%

‘Perfect storm’ to collapse capital city house prices by 20%

HOUSE prices could fall by 20 per cent as a “perfect storm” of factors combine to create a negative feedback loop.

Cordner gives Keary green light for Tonga Test

Cordner gives Keary green light for Tonga Test

KANGAROOS five-eighth Luke Keary has overcome the concussion issues that cut short his debut and is set to take on Tonga at Mt Smart Stadium.

‘He farted in my face and I’m suing’

‘He farted in my face and I’m suing’

SUPERMARKET worker Atif Masood says a colleague “broke wind in his face”. Now, he is demanding $36,000 in compensation.

Player Poll: City rock among A-League’s toughest

Player Poll: City rock among A-League’s toughest

THE A-League is back and so too are the footballers we know and love! But is there a star who frustrates his rivals more than any other? We asked the players.

Deadly mad cow disease hits UK again

Deadly mad cow disease hits UK again

LIFE-threatening mad cow disease has re-emerged in the UK for the first time in years.

Allen eyes rich reward after shaking fever

Allen eyes rich reward after shaking fever

BEN Allen has defied the odds, and the doctors, to be riding this spring. A Caulfield Cup ride on the Darren Weir-trained Night’s Watch is his reward.

Bennett backflips in ‘intriguing’ twist

Bennett backflips in ‘intriguing’ twist

WAYNE Bennett has reportedly gone cold on a move to the Wests Tigers in a decision that has huge repercussions for the NRL coaching circus.

Teen charged over random schoolgirl slashing

Teen charged over random schoolgirl slashing

A teenage boy has been charged with slashing a young girl’s face 20 times in a random attack while she was walking to school.

Cyclist hit by car in Noosaville, rushed to hospital

Cyclist hit by car in Noosaville, rushed to hospital

A cyclist has been transported to hospital after being hit by a car in Noosaville this morning.

Dad’s desperate plea to Woolies

Dad’s desperate plea to Woolies

A DAD has penned a desperate letter to Woolworths begging the supermarket to reverse a recent controversial decision.

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