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Wed 14 Nov 2018

Police warn Tweed drivers following fiery crash

Police warn Tweed drivers following fiery crash

Police have warned drivers to remain vigilant following the dramatic blaze yesterday.

Your unanswered questions on My Health

Your unanswered questions on My Health

Australians will have more time to opt out of the controversial My Health Record system. Here some of the issues readers found confusing.

Mail incinerated as postage truck goes up in flames

Mail incinerated as postage truck goes up in flames

SHOCKING PICS: PARCELS and letters completely destroyed in lead up to Christmas in highway semi-trailer fire.

The road rule drivers are ignoring

The road rule drivers are ignoring

There’s a potentially lifesaving traffic law that experts say the majority of motorists ignore — and they could wind up killing someone.

Truth behind fake attack victim

Truth behind fake attack victim

THREE years after the tragic events in Paris on November 2015, one of the most scandalous figures to come out of the incident is jailed.

‘Hard man’ Morrison’s past life probed

‘Hard man’ Morrison’s past life probed

Scott Morrison’s performance in senior executive roles in the tourism industry prior to entering politics are being put under the microscope by Labor.

Roo recruit out to prove A-League players belong

Roo recruit out to prove A-League players belong

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat believes Thomas Deng’s ferocious appetite for football could see him cement a place in the Socceroos set-up.

Broncos great calls for Bennett Seibold swap

Broncos great calls for Bennett Seibold swap

Broncos legend Wendell Sailor has called on Brisbane and South Sydney to facilitate a swap between Wayne Bennett and Anthony Seibold for the good of the game

One step ahead this storm season

One step ahead this storm season

With an early arrival of Queensland’s storm season, what better time to invest in an in-home battery storage system.

De Minaur back for Brisbane tournament

De Minaur back for Brisbane tournament

Breakout Australian tennis star Alex de Minaur has confirmed he will open his 2019 season by returning to the Brisbane International.

Apple founder slams Tesla, Musk ‘lies’ on self-driving cars

Apple founder slams Tesla, Musk ‘lies’ on self-driving cars

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak bought a Tesla because he was excited about the potential of self-driving cars. But now he doesn’t believe anything Elon Musk says.

SuperCoach BBL study guide: Strikers

SuperCoach BBL study guide: Strikers

THE reigning champions of the Big Bash League, the Strikers took all before them in BBL|07, with a handful of youngsters leading them to an inaugural trophy.

Bombers set to sign former Freo ruck

Bombers set to sign former Freo ruck

Essendon is closing in on a back-up for No.1 ruckman Tom Bellchambers, with former Fremantle tall Zac Clarke expected to join the club in coming weeks.

Youngstar on mend after minor surgery

Youngstar on mend after minor surgery

Queensland Oaks winner Youngstar is likely to miss the early part of the autumn after having a small bone chip removed from her right front fetlock.

Dragons prepared to sacrifice for Hayne

Dragons prepared to sacrifice for Hayne

The Dragons are reportedly ready to let go of a boom youngster if it means luring off-contract star Jarryd Hayne to the club

Bryan Adams announces 2019 Aussie tour

Bryan Adams announces 2019 Aussie tour

Fans of the Canadian rocker can rejoice as the singer has announced he’ll be touring Australia next year.

Quirky golf star takes a shine to Australia

Quirky golf star takes a shine to Australia

The stop, prop, set up and swing of American golfer Keegan Bradley has taken off on social media and the star could not hide his admiration.

$25 a day: Japan’s rugby ‘amateurs’ set to tackle England

$25 a day: Japan’s rugby ‘amateurs’ set to tackle England

Japan is playing England in rugby, with ITS players receiving less than $A25 a day on tour. England’s players pull in more than $A44,000 each for the match

Maxwell ‘dare’ that came back to haunt Australia

Maxwell ‘dare’ that came back to haunt Australia

GLENN Maxwell has revealed he ‘dared’ David Miller to make the review that swung Sunday’s one-day international series decider South Africa’s way.

'Miserable view': Former PM slams proposals for retirement

'Miserable view': Former PM slams proposals for retirement

FORMER prime minister Paul Keating has blasted a report that supports raising the retirement age as having a “miserable view” of society.

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