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Sun 20 Sep 2020

Are these the world’s dumbest travellers?

Are these the world’s dumbest travellers?

Tourists can be embarrassing, but every now and then a traveller does something so jaw-droppingly stupid it makes headlines, like these folks.

‘I thought I was going to bury my son’

‘I thought I was going to bury my son’

The parents of a three-year-old boy who was missing in WA bushland for about 12 hours say they feared he would not be found alive.

REPLAY: Champion Basketball School of Qld finals

Premium Content REPLAY: Champion Basketball School of Qld finals

Today was the final day of the Champion Basketball School of Queensland tournament. Watch replays of today's games right here.

How hiker, 73, survived three days on Fraser

Premium Content How hiker, 73, survived three days on Fraser

A 73-year-old hiker and her husband shared an emotional embrace when they were reunited, before it was revealed how she survived.

What China could do with all your data

What China could do with all your data

The Chinese government is actively spying on thousands of Australians. Here’s how your private information could be used for terrifying means.

'Won't cop it': Premier on the defence as two cases recorded

Premium Content 'Won't cop it': Premier on the defence as two cases recorded

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she will not “cop” any negativity about the Gold Coast film industry as the state recorded two new cases.

'Misunderstood' man lunged at cops before fatal shooting

Premium Content 'Misunderstood' man lunged at cops before fatal shooting

Shocked witnesses say a Russell Island man leapt “like a gazelle” at police with a machete through the flames of a fire before he was shot dead.

Child suffers head injury in rollover

Premium Content Child suffers head injury in rollover

A 38-year-old woman and a child have been taken to hospital after a rollover.

BOAT EXPLOSION: Five people, including two kids suffer burns

Premium Content BOAT EXPLOSION: Five people, including two kids suffer burns

Emergency services were called to Rockhampton’s Fitzroy River this morning as the boat was up in flames

Paralysed man’s plea for sons to visit hospital

Premium Content Paralysed man’s plea for sons to visit hospital

A young father, hospitalised after he was paralysed in a freak accident last month, is begging for COVID laws to be relaxed so he can see his two young sons.

Severe thunderstorms to slam Queensland, NSW

Premium Content Severe thunderstorms to slam Queensland, NSW

Severe thunderstorms including hail and damaging winds are expected to hit parts of Queensland and New South Wales on Monday.

DREAM JOB ALERT: Get paid to camp!

Premium Content DREAM JOB ALERT: Get paid to camp!

A once in a lifetime job opportunity has come up for an individual or couple who love the outdoors.

Boy’s touching reunion with parents

Boy’s touching reunion with parents

The “sheer happiness” of three-year-old Jimmy O’Reilly’s parents was unforgettable when they were reunited after a desperate search, police say.

Granddad dies after alleged king-hit in aged care facility

Premium Content Granddad dies after alleged king-hit in aged care facility

An 89-year-old former army lieutenant dies after he was allegedly king hit by another resident at his aged care facility.

Brett Forte inquest date set after family plea

Premium Content Brett Forte inquest date set after family plea

An inquest into the shooting death of police officer Brett Forte has finally been set more than three years since he died.

Place in paradise where business is booming

Premium Content Place in paradise where business is booming

There is a place in Queensland where business is booming, profits are up, bosses are crying out for workers and every hotel room is booked.

Answer to serial killer mystery

Answer to serial killer mystery

After a trial that spanned several months, WA will finally get an answer to a serial killer mystery that’s haunted Perth for decades.

Fight over Lamborghini’s ‘offensive’ plate

Fight over Lamborghini’s ‘offensive’ plate

A top Sydney barrister has got into a legal battle of his own with Transport NSW over the cheeky number plates on his Lamborghini.

UPDATE: How hiker lost her way in island forest

Premium Content UPDATE: How hiker lost her way in island forest

A LifeFlight pilot says the woman who who spent three days missing on Fraser Island was quite embarrassed about getting lost.

‘Little angel’: Lisa Curry’s moving post after funeral

Premium Content ‘Little angel’: Lisa Curry’s moving post after funeral

Lisa Curry has posted a moving tribute to her daughter Jaimi Kenny just hours after her eldest was farewelled at an emotional funeral.

Two motorcyclists airlifted from South Burnett in 24 hours

Premium Content Two motorcyclists airlifted from South Burnett in 24 hours

In the span of less than 24-hours, two riders had to be flown to hospital from the region, prompting calls for riders to take care after a spike in serious motorcycle...

Jake’s miracle survival: ‘I just thought he was buggered’

Premium Content Jake’s miracle survival: ‘I just thought he was buggered’

Nine-year-old Jake Bacon was playing soccer when he told he his coach he was tired and came off for a rest.

REPLAY: Rocky Hockey’s Div 1 men’s and women’s finals here

Premium Content REPLAY: Rocky Hockey’s Div 1 men’s and women’s finals here

WATCH THE REPLAY: See the action from men’s and women’s deciders right here

What is the most popular car in your Queensland suburb?

Premium Content What is the most popular car in your Queensland suburb?

New data reveals the cars Queenslanders are driving more of as their taste for luxury grows. SEE THE LIST

Sarah inspires global audience in local documentary

Premium Content Sarah inspires global audience in local documentary

KINGAROY florist Sarah Butcher shares her experience living with a rare chromosomal disorder in the local short film “Living with 18Q Syndrome”, which is now gaining...

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