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Wed 17 Oct 2018

Town’s ridiculously Aussie welcome for royals

Town’s ridiculously Aussie welcome for royals

THE bush town of Dubbo is frothing with excitement ahead of the royal couple’s welcome later today, and it’s prepared the perfect welcome gift.

Meghan and Harry won’t have full custody

Meghan and Harry won’t have full custody

AN obscure law means has led to a bizarre situation for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - they won’t have full custody of their own kids.

Pippa Middleton becomes a mum

Pippa Middleton becomes a mum

PIPPA Middleton has given birth, but there was one thing which made her pregnancy so much easier than her famous sister Kate.

Tue 16 Oct 2018

The problem with tomato sauce in your diet

The problem with tomato sauce in your diet

IT’S one of the most popular condiments in the pantry. But unfortunately, the bad far outweighs the good with a humble squirt of tomato sauce.

Woman in hospital, guinea pig dead after dog attack at home

Woman in hospital, guinea pig dead after dog attack at home

A WOMAN aged in her 30s has been taken to hospital after she was attacked by a dog in Eli Waters.

Cup rookie set to make an Impact

Cup rookie set to make an Impact

JAPANESE rider Ryusei Sakai has been sensationally pitch-forked onto the international stage as a record six raiders lay siege to the Caulfield Cup.

Lyon delivers record-breaking spell

Lyon delivers record-breaking spell

NATHAN Lyon has four first-innings wickets to leave Pakistan on the brink and move past Mitch Johnson on Australia's all-time Test wicket list.

'You remind me of me': Meghan meets Aussie doppelganger

'You remind me of me': Meghan meets Aussie doppelganger

THIS is the adorable moment Prince Harry called his wife over to get a photo with her mini me.

Truckie escaped horror Bruce Hwy semi rollover

Truckie escaped horror Bruce Hwy semi rollover

Major delays are expected on the Bruce Hwy after a truck rolled, blocking lanes.

Crunch calls loom as Cheika finalises tour plans

Crunch calls loom as Cheika finalises tour plans

THE Wallabies are unlikely to include any new faces in their squad to face New Zealand in their third Bledisloe Cup clash in Japan or for their European tour

White woman fired after barring man from building

White woman fired after barring man from building

A WHITE WOMAN woman has been fired from her job after she refused a young, black man from entering his own apartment building, even calling the police.

Bushrangers diving in to triathlon season

Bushrangers diving in to triathlon season

The Biloela Bushrangers Triathlon Club's season is in full swing and they're encouraging locals of all shapes and sizes to get involved.

Trade bargain to give Roos hop

Trade bargain to give Roos hop

AARON Hall didn’t come close to playing in a final during his time at the Suns but after linking with North Melbourne, he is eyeing a taste of September.

Keary named for Kangaroos clash with Tonga

Keary named for Kangaroos clash with Tonga

LUKE Keary has been named in the Kangaroos side for their historic clash against Tonga despite the fact he is yet to pass concussion tests.

Two maps sum up crazy rainfall

Two maps sum up crazy rainfall

THE extraordinary change in Australia’s weather has been graphically illustrated, and it’s only about to get more crazy.

Fifita and JT headline strong Tonga team for Kangaroos clash

Fifita and JT headline strong Tonga team for Kangaroos clash

TONGA have announced their side to take on the Kangaroos at Mt Smart Stadium, with Andrew Fifita and Jason Taumalolo named in a strong looking team.

Hugely anticipated TV show isn’t what it should be

Hugely anticipated TV show isn’t what it should be

WE’VE waited three years for the follow-up project from a TV genius who created one of the beloved shows in recent years. But it’s bizarrely disappointing.

‘I don’t expect it to get done’: Cats on Kelly

‘I don’t expect it to get done’: Cats on Kelly

GEELONG doesn’t think a deal to send Tim Kelly to West Coast will be completed before the deadline with both clubs unwilling to budge on their trade value.

Peachey blames Titans confusion on miscommunication

Peachey blames Titans confusion on miscommunication

TYRONE Peachey has finally to put to bed reports he would backflip on the Titans to stay in Penrith next season, blaming miscommunication for the confusion.

Council to close controversial CBD development company

Council to close controversial CBD development company

THE controversial Ipswich City Council-owned company, established to redevelop the dilapidated mall, will be closed.

The issue Morrison can no longer ignore

The issue Morrison can no longer ignore

THE world is increasingly horrified, doctors are pleading for action and now the PM’s own colleagues are calling for him to face this worsening issue.

International factors drive fuel prices to record levels

International factors drive fuel prices to record levels

THERE’S no relief in sight for Aussie motorists as a “perfect storm” of factors have caused fuel prices soar to record levels.

Thurston reveals Broncos deal was nearly done

Thurston reveals Broncos deal was nearly done

JOHNATHAN Thurston has revealed he gave serious consideration to an approach to join the Broncos in 2012, before recommitting to the Cowboys.

‘Scariest moment of my life’: victim’s genital chop threat

‘Scariest moment of my life’: victim’s genital chop threat

A MAN was lured to an apartment on the promise of sex but then imprisoned, threatened and robbed.

Healy: Renshaw ‘not aggressive enough’ for Pakistan series

Healy: Renshaw ‘not aggressive enough’ for Pakistan series

MATT Renshaw is set to remain on the sidelines for the second Test against Pakistan but Ian Healy believes the opener remains firmly in the Test equation.

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