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Fri 29 May 2020

City on track to be national gas hub after $2.2bn deal

premium_icon City on track to be national gas hub after $2.2bn deal

AN AUSTRALIAN energy giant has revealed plans for one of its key national hubs.

Black man stabbed in riots on live TV

Black man stabbed in riots on live TV

Shocking scenes are unfolding in US cities as rioters turn on police and each other. In Minneapolis, an ugly confrontation turned deadly.

Zookeeper critical after being bitten on head, neck by lion

Zookeeper critical after being bitten on head, neck by lion

Paramedics have described the harrowing moment they had to “walk into a lion’s den” to treat a zookeeper who had been bitten on the head.

Trouble brews once welfare payments stop in Australia

premium_icon Trouble brews once welfare payments stop in Australia

The economy is slowly reopening but there could be problems once the financial payments rolled out during COVID-19 come to an end, writes Sophie Elsworth

Selfish new threat to restaurants

Selfish new threat to restaurants

Struggling restaurants already smashed by COVID now face a costly and selfish new threat as they try to re-open, sparking a unique response.

Driver taken to hospital after truck rolled

premium_icon Driver taken to hospital after truck rolled

ONE patient has been taken to Bundaberg Hospital after a concrete agitator rolled

Trump executive order explained: Targets Twitter, Facebook

Trump executive order explained: Targets Twitter, Facebook

US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order taking aim at social media, and it could change the internet as we know it today.

Broncos player ratings: ‘He’ll be having nightmares’

premium_icon Broncos player ratings: ‘He’ll be having nightmares’

The flying start to the season back in March was a distant memory as the Broncos marked their first game back in 69 days with a defeat.

COVID cops to patrol shopping centres

COVID cops to patrol shopping centres

This weekend is set to be a huge retail event and shopping centres have said they will ask people to move apart if they get too close.

Zero new cases as COVID nurse slammed

Zero new cases as COVID nurse slammed

A Rockhampton nurse who contracted coronavirus was blasted for ‘constantly changing her story’ and allegedly lied about her movements to contact tracers.

'Tell the truth': Nurse blasted over overseas trip

premium_icon 'Tell the truth': Nurse blasted over overseas trip

The suspended Queensland nurse at the centre of a community coronavirus scare was overseas just weeks before she was tested for COVID-19, it has been revealed.

Restrictions on weddings, funerals, churches to ease in NSW

Restrictions on weddings, funerals, churches to ease in NSW

More restrictions will be eased in NSW from Monday, with more people allowed in clubs, and at weddings and funerals. But there are conditions.

‘Death’s door’: Qld’s oldest bowls club may not survive

premium_icon ‘Death’s door’: Qld’s oldest bowls club may not survive

The state’s oldest bowls club has launched a desperate fundraiser to survive the pandemic in the same week it was inducted into Clubs Queensland Hall of Fame.

Willow taken to hospital years before death

premium_icon Willow taken to hospital years before death

A relative was allegedly so worried about the health of toddler Willow Dunn that she was taken to hospital. Two years later, the little girl was found dead.

'Absolute chaos': Fury erupts in US

'Absolute chaos': Fury erupts in US

Violent protests have continued into a second day after the death of a man pinned by cops in the US with demonstrations in new cities.

Heart-wrenching moment mum knew her girl was gone

premium_icon Heart-wrenching moment mum knew her girl was gone

They tried shocks and adrenaline. Then they pulled a blanket over her head. And Tegan Mitchell knew her daughter Olivia was gone. This is her devastating story.

‘Selfish’ 400km Macca’s run angers

‘Selfish’ 400km Macca’s run angers

Two British Macca’s fans have angered Facebook users after revealing they travelled 400km in lockdown to get their burger fix.

Leilani Clarke: Serial cop spitter guilty of serious assault

Leilani Clarke: Serial cop spitter guilty of serious assault

A magistrate has predicted a glamorous indigenous activist guilty of spitting, kicking or slapping police officers will “end up in custody”.

Woman ‘thought she was going to die’ at partner’s hands

premium_icon Woman ‘thought she was going to die’ at partner’s hands

A woman thought she was going to die at the hands of her partner when he choked her for the second time in a night.

Virus victim had party days before death

Virus victim had party days before death

Australia’s latest coronavirus victim held a party just days before his death, with authorities scrambling to test everyone who attended.

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