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Sat 18 Aug 2018

Queensland's very own version of the Honey Badger

Queensland's very own version of the Honey Badger

Local larrikin has an uncanny likeness to the Aussie icon

10 habits that lead to weight loss

10 habits that lead to weight loss

ACCORDING to a new study, these are the 10 habits of people who lose weight (and actually manage to keep it off).

Kylie Jenner lands first Vogue cover

Kylie Jenner lands first Vogue cover

VOGUE Australia has bestowed on Kylie Jenner her first ever cover for the global publication, with the star appearing on the fashion bible’s September issue.

Nude vegan blogger denies being a ‘fake’

Nude vegan blogger denies being a ‘fake’

FAMOUS for living nude in the jungle and surviving largely on bananas, Freelee the Banana Girl hits back at critics accusing her of faking off-grid lifestyle.

HIGH ALERT: 20 fires burn across the state

HIGH ALERT: 20 fires burn across the state

FIRE crews are on standby as 20 blazes burn around Queensland and dry, windy conditions escalate the bushfire risk.

The hidden toll of serious injuries on our roads

The hidden toll of serious injuries on our roads

The hidden toll of road accidents is victims often endure lifelong injuries affecting whole families.

Disturbing foot fetish act at red light

Disturbing foot fetish act at red light

A VIDEO of a man furiously munching on his partner’s foot while he is stuck waiting for lights to change has gone viral.

Asbestos scare spreads to primary school

Asbestos scare spreads to primary school

THE number of children with possible exposure to asbestos grows with contaminants detected in the grounds of a primary school.

'Heartbreaking': Kelpie becomes casualty of drought

'Heartbreaking': Kelpie becomes casualty of drought

After his family were forced to sell their farm and stock, beloved family pet and farm dog Jimmy is now stranded in Coffs, a casualty of the drought.

Locals lose fight against Adani in Federal Court

Locals lose fight against Adani in Federal Court

THE Federal Court has ruled in favour of Indian mining giant Adani over a native title group seeking to block its Carmichael coal mine.

CHILLING VISION: ‘Killer’ dad’s calm actions on camera

CHILLING VISION: ‘Killer’ dad’s calm actions on camera

A SIDEWAYS glance, tightly folded arms, a subtle body sway — these are some of the techniques used by Chris Watts to conceal his lies, an expert claims.

Truth behind speed limit myth

Truth behind speed limit myth

YOU’VE probably heard of an unspoken rule where police will let off speeding drivers. But is there any truth to it?

Husband 'loses' wife... and she's not happy

Husband 'loses' wife... and she's not happy

Local husband wandered the house for two days wondering where his wife was, when he eventually found her, she was not happy.

Justin Bieber rejected by Aussie ace’s girl

Justin Bieber rejected by Aussie ace’s girl

JUSTIN Bieber is used to getting what he wants, but he had to settle for second against Supercars driver David Reynolds.

The Bachelor’s creepy rules

The Bachelor’s creepy rules

DOES The Bachelor feel weirdly familiar this year? It should. Because every season of the show trades on the same storyline.

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