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Fri 29 May 2020

Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

A 12-year-old boy who was allegedly driving a ute in far north Western Australia has been charged with killing 11-year-old Kimberley girl, Abbey Forrest.

‘COVID-19 like 9/11’: Aussies not coming home from New York

premium_icon ‘COVID-19 like 9/11’: Aussies not coming home from New York

Australians living in New York City – one of the epicentres for the coronavirus pandemic- reveal why they’re staying put for ‘a badge of honour’

‘Shooting starts’: Trump threatens rioters

‘Shooting starts’: Trump threatens rioters

As Minneapolis burns and police retreat, Donald Trump has vowed to send in the military and ‘start shooting’ if order isn’t restored.

PM shuts down further travel bubbles

PM shuts down further travel bubbles

As other countries angle to be part of the quarantine-free travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has other ideas.

Exporters are finding new markets

premium_icon Exporters are finding new markets

Exporters are facing their biggest-ever challenge with the COVID-19 pandemic but they remain determined to hook new customers.

$721 million payday for struggling Australians

$721 million payday for struggling Australians

Hundreds of thousands of Australians, some of whom were hounded for years over debts that were wrongly issued, will get a huge cash refund.

Qantas considers moving training centre to Queensland

premium_icon Qantas considers moving training centre to Queensland

Qantas could relocate its $120 million flight training centre to Queensland in a boost to the state’s aviation industry

Simon Wilhelm: Wanted man found ‘hiding in storage room’

Simon Wilhelm: Wanted man found ‘hiding in storage room’

A 49-year-old man wanted on child sex offences has been found hiding in a storage room under an takeaway store.

Flood victims huge compensation win after class action

premium_icon Flood victims huge compensation win after class action

The Queensland Government has been ordered to pay compensation due to victims of the 2011 floods following one of Australia’s largest class actions.

Court puts brakes on man’s plan for coronavirus protest

premium_icon Court puts brakes on man’s plan for coronavirus protest

A magistrate took about 10 minutes to decide whether a Gold Coast man should be able to protest during the coronavirus restrictions.

Aussie journo called ‘white supremacist’ in US riots

Aussie journo called ‘white supremacist’ in US riots

An Australian journalist reporting on protests in the US following the death of George Floyd has been caught up in terrifying scenes.

Here's everything you can do from Monday

Here's everything you can do from Monday

Australians are counting down the days to June 1, when state governments will roll back another round of coronavirus restrictions.

Well-known farm family loses son to crash

premium_icon Well-known farm family loses son to crash

The son of a well-known farming family has been remembered as an empathetic person who had a unique laugh

Fitness star ‘scared’ after backlash

Fitness star ‘scared’ after backlash

After a furious backlash online, influencer Sarah Day said she was “scared” to offend people further by wearing the wrong hairstyle.

Liquidation for Peart's multi-million dollar land venture

premium_icon Liquidation for Peart's multi-million dollar land venture

A LAND development company headed by Toowoomba businessman Mark Peart has been tipped into liquidation.

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