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Sun 24 Jan 2021

ABC’s Australia Day language slammed as ‘divisive’

Premium Content ABC’s Australia Day language slammed as ‘divisive’

Aboriginal community leader Warren Mundine says an ABC staff memo mentioning the phrase “Invasion Day” relating to January 26 will divide the country.

Boy missing three weeks before cops called

Premium Content Boy missing three weeks before cops called

A child under the care of the State Government was missing for three weeks before police were notified of his disappearance, it can be revealed.

’Just bone and flesh’: Horrific account of shark attack

Premium Content ’Just bone and flesh’: Horrific account of shark attack

A witness to a weekend shark attack has told how she heard the victim’s screams as his doctor wife applied a tourniquet to his severely lacerated arm.

How to help your pets beat the heat this summer

Premium Content How to help your pets beat the heat this summer

With warmer temperatures expected next week, here’s how you can be a mate to your furry friends

Teacher shortage leaves schools in ‘crisis’

Premium Content Teacher shortage leaves schools in ‘crisis’

Principals will be forced to increase class sizes and scrap subjects because there are not enough teachers to fill vacancies days before classes start.

BREAKING: Missing man found after search called off

Premium Content BREAKING: Missing man found after search called off

A man has been located more than two weeks after going missing. He survived by sleeping on the ground, drinking dam water and eating mushrooms.

Clarence  in mourning after death of local rodeo icon

Premium Content Clarence in mourning after death of local rodeo icon

Clarence campdraft and rodeo communities rocked with the news following freak accident at Tamworth

How squatters exploited loophole for free slice of paradise

Premium Content How squatters exploited loophole for free slice of paradise

It sounds like the plot from a movie, but two men are among a handful of Queenslanders who’ve taken over someone else’s land by simply moving in.

Two Northern Rivers beaches reopen after shark sightings

Premium Content Two Northern Rivers beaches reopen after shark sightings

The beaches were originally closed after a 1.8m bull shark was seen in the area.

Why you should let your kids play video games

Premium Content Why you should let your kids play video games

Screen time isn’t as bad as we fear and there are benefits to children playing online games, writes Dr Judith Locke.

Farmers fume over plans to drill near disaster ‘ground zero’

Premium Content Farmers fume over plans to drill near disaster ‘ground zero’

A gas company says it wants to drill within 1.3km of the site of one of Queensland’s worst environmental disasters.

Fire and Rescue teams kept busy this weekend

Premium Content Fire and Rescue teams kept busy this weekend

In separate incidents, emergency services attended fires affecting a balcony and a tree so far since Friday.

‘I’m sick of you’: Disabled student reveals school’s failure

Premium Content ‘I’m sick of you’: Disabled student reveals school’s failure

An autistic boy and his mother have shared the horrific discrimination suffered at the hands of a school now at the centre of a state tribunal case.

MAX CRUS: Got to make the best of a bad situation

Premium Content MAX CRUS: Got to make the best of a bad situation

‘Confiscation of land and lifestyle isn’t even the worst bit of die-hard 26th of January types, it’s that even after nearly 250 years some people still think it’s a...

ADF cases reveal culture of bullying, abuse

Premium Content ADF cases reveal culture of bullying, abuse

Cases heard by the Australian Defence Force tribunal in 2020 have laid bare a disturbing environment beset by physical and emotional abuses.

Ron Howard gets through Qld hotel quarantine

Premium Content Ron Howard gets through Qld hotel quarantine

While some stars organise private quarantine, director Ron Howard slipped into Australia and completed official hotel quarantine ahead of filming.

How girls labelled ‘sl*ts and losers’ proved critics wrong

Premium Content How girls labelled ‘sl*ts and losers’ proved critics wrong

Pregnant as teenagers, three women have gone on to prove their critics wrong and become high achievers in their chosen fields.

COVID vaccine jabs to be bulk billed

Premium Content COVID vaccine jabs to be bulk billed

The federal government has revealed what it will pay doctors to deliver the free vaccine bulk billed for all Australians.

Family say it’s ‘shameful’ they discovered man’s body

Premium Content Family say it’s ‘shameful’ they discovered man’s body

‘Atrocious’ weather conditions hampered search after huge swell knocks man into water

Dumb reasons why boaties needed rescuing this summer

Premium Content Dumb reasons why boaties needed rescuing this summer

Marine Rescue crews on the North Coast have conducted 78 missions, including 22 life-threatening emergencies, this summer.

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