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  • RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
    Our Bachelor was a bad, bad boy last night. Blake found himself in hot water after an incident left his gaggle of gals peeved. Catch up on the hilariously overdramatic antics in 42-seconds.
  • Attack reveals Russia’s hand
    UKRAINE has appealed for NATO’s help after a huge convoy of tanks and weaponry from Russia streamrolled through the embattled nation’s southeast.
  • X Factor judge Redfoo glassed in face
    X FACTOR judge Redfoo was reportedly the victim of a violent glassing overnight. The singer simply says, “jealousy is a hell of a drug!”
  • So a gay guy walks into a locker room...
    MICHAEL Sam is the NFL’s first openly gay player. He’s also really good at football. But we’ll give you one guess as to what ESPN reports on.
  • My double life as a dominatrix
    BY DAY, she’s a regular suburban mother. But at night, she slips into her leather cortex and transforms into a sexy dominatrix.

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  • Manhunt ends in murder charge
    DETECTIVES have charged a man with the murder of a Brisbane mother-of-four after a dramatic raid in the Gold Coast Hinterland hills.
  • Huge waves, flood rescues as wild weather hits
    MASSIVE waves recorded at Gold Coast and three rescued from flooded rivers as severe weather warning issued for the southeast corner and northern NSW.
  • Hero cop’s sudden fall from grace
    HE once received a bravery award for saving a woman’s life but this Brisbane policeman’s career is in tatters after a raid on his home.
  • PUP disappointed she’s not top dog
    THE first cracks in Clive Palmer’s coalition have emerged, with the relationship between senate leader Jacqui Lambie and Glenn Lazarus on the brink of breakdown.
  • Newman MP takes swing at foreign drivers
    NEWMAN Government MP Vaughan Johnson has taken aim at “foreign motorists”, accusing international visitors to the state of having “no understanding” of road condit...

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  • Airport immigration escapee found
    A VIETNAMESE man who escaped Serco guards at Perth Airport in June has been recaptured.
  • Hostage’s mum in emotional plea
    THE mother of a journalist being held hostage by the same ISIS terrorists who beheaded James Foley has made an impassioned video plea for his freedom.
  • Attack reveals Russia’s hand
    UKRAINE has appealed for NATO’s help after a huge convoy of tanks and weaponry from Russia streamrolled through the embattled nation’s southeast.
  • Perfect timing for investment debut
    A JUMP in suburb value allowed Alison and Brad Gwilliam to build their first investment property — and start their retirement plan. PLUS EXPERT Q&A

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  • Get talking and maybe save a life
    NORTHERN Tasmanians are encouraged to take time out to relax and look after each other for just one day next month.
  • Groom’s 4km taxi ride: $152
    STATE Growth Minister Matthew Groom has come under fire for spending $152 on a four-kilometre luxury taxi ride.
  • MLCs poised to axe forest deal
    THE Tasmanian Forest Agreement is all but extinct, with Legislative Councillors poised to vote in favour of felling the peace deal today.
  • Diversity to be celebrated
    LAUNCESTON’S Quadrant Mall is set for one heck of a party later this year.
  • Great War sacrifice saluted
    TASMANIA’S significant involvement in World War I was saluted by the highest rank in the land yesterday, when Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove flew into Launceston to open a commemorat...

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  • ARU open door for Wallaby sabbaticals
    The Australian Rugby Union have introduced 'flexible contracts' to allow star players one-season foreign stints before returning home for Wallaby duty.
  • Uni changes 'great reforms': Pyne
    Christopher Pyne has hailed his higher education reforms as the "greatest" of our time as he introduced legislation to parliament.
  • Hunt confirms AFL departure
    AFL code-hopper Karmichael Hunt has confirmed he is quitting Gold Coast after Sunday's final home and away game against West Coast. By Ed Jackson
  • Billabong cuts its losses
    Billabong's full year losses have shrunk to $233.7 million as it carries on with the massive task of turning around its troubled surfwear business.
  • Aaron Finch building first-class case
    Australian opener Aaron Finch has enhanced his growing portfolio with a fourth ODI hundred against South Africa in Harare.

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  • Arrest made after police threatened
    A MAN with a large knife has been arrested after a wild chase through Townsville City that led police through work sites, city buildings and river walkways.
  • MP backflips on reef dump
    THE Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is likely to be spared from having 3 million cubic metres of dredge spoil dumped on it as part of the Abbot Point coal terminal expansion.
  • Crowd cheers as teen girls brawl
    SHOCKING VIDEO: A savage fist fight between two teen girls has been caught on film as a crowd gathers to ‘cheer’ them on. LANGUAGE WARNING
  • Colourful tradition
    Townsville will celebrate its proud military history by granting Freedom of Entry to the City to 3rd Brigade this Saturday.
  • New twist in Mt Isa mystery
    THE father of missing Mount Isa teenager Kyle Coleman ­believes a third person could be involved in the mysterious disappearance of his son, who has not been seen for six months.

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  • The tragic life of Anthea Mari
    SHOCKED friends of former Gold Coast woman Anthea Mari have revealed the tragic story behind the mum-of-four leading up to her brutal murder.
  • The $160k holiday we’ll never see
    A GROUP of Queensland retirees has told of their disappointment after being left $160,000 out of pocket when a tour agency collapsed.
  • Severe weather to lash the Coast
    A SEVERE weather and flood warning has been issued for the Gold Coast and Tweed this morning as strong winds, heavy rain and dangerous surf worsen.
  • ‘Dead man’ walking on Coast
    A GOLD Coast-based league legend thought his nemesis was dead - but he’s “alive and kicking”.
  • Dead roach aside, our food is safe
    OWNERS of a ritzy Gold Coast eatery are assuring diners their food is safe after copping a $15,000 fine for cockroaches and a dirty kitchen.

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  • Indonesia girl back with family after 2004 tsunami
    A girl who was swept away in the Indian Ocean tsunami seven years ago said Friday she broke down in tears this week after tracking down her parents, who had long lost hope of finding her...
  • Not just NKorea, political dynasties are all over
    If North Korea's new leader is looking for advice on how to carry on his family's dynasty, he could turn to Rahul Gandhi, who is on a quest to become the fourth generation of h...
  • Chinese villagers demand release of detainees
    Protesters gathered Saturday outside a town hall in southern China to appeal for the release of people detained during demonstrations over a planned power plant expansion, a witness said.
  • Social networking booming in Egypt, Russia
    A new survey shows people in poorer countries send text messages more often than those in wealthier countries. Men in Spain and Germany access the Internet on their phones twice as much ...
  • Faces of the recession: homeless children
    The National Center on Family Homelessness said 1.6 million children were living on the streets of the United States in 2010 or in shelters, motels and doubled-up with other families. Th...

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