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Wed 15 Jul 2020

Mason’s law a lifeline for at-risk children

premium_icon Mason’s law a lifeline for at-risk children

New laws introduced into Parliament in the wake of Mason Jett Lee’s horrific death will give another option to those dealing with abused children.

Personal moment that broke Project host

Personal moment that broke Project host

Tuesday’s episode of The Project gave viewers a glimpse into Carrie Bickmore’s devastating past watching her husband battle brain cancer.

Exiled veteran furious at Minogue’s ‘celebrity treatment’

premium_icon Exiled veteran furious at Minogue’s ‘celebrity treatment’

A grieving army veteran can’t believe X Factor judge Dannii Minogue got the all-clear to isolate at a private Gold Coast residence, while she’s stranded in Victoria.

Viewers devastated over shock outcome

Viewers devastated over shock outcome

There wasn’t a dry eye in the MasterChef kitchen as “the nicest guy ever” and beloved star was sent packing ahead of the semi-finals.

‘Worst case scenario’: 120,000 dead

‘Worst case scenario’: 120,000 dead

It’s already the worst-hit country in Europe, now the UK faces warnings it could see a winter coronavirus wave that could dwarf the first one.

‘Travesty’: Chemist’s 17 problems but zero penalty

premium_icon ‘Travesty’: Chemist’s 17 problems but zero penalty

A pharmacy made 17 changes to its processes after accidentally giving a heart patient a double dose of medication, but will not be disciplined by the governing body.

Depp’s lifelong love of drugs laid bare

Depp’s lifelong love of drugs laid bare

Johnny Depp began using illicit drugs at a young age to escape his difficult home life, emotional pain and his fame.

Man in his 30s in ICU with coronavirus

Man in his 30s in ICU with coronavirus

Victoria’s brutal COVID-19 spike continues to wreak havoc with a man in his 30s becoming one of the youngest Aussies admitted to ICU.

Minister needs to brush up on her education

premium_icon Minister needs to brush up on her education

This digitally altered image is as misleading as the official biography on Education Minister Grace Grace’s parliamentary web page.

Maxwell had cellphone wrapped in tinfoil

Maxwell had cellphone wrapped in tinfoil

Ghislaine Maxwell hid from the FBI and wrapped her phone in tin foil to evade detection, prosecutors said ahead of her court appearance.

Which theme parks are reopening today

premium_icon Which theme parks are reopening today

More of southeast Queensland’s theme parks will welcome guests for the first time since March as the state’s coronavirus restrictions are eased.

Whodunit? Not a shark, more likely this...

premium_icon Whodunit? Not a shark, more likely this...

A shark lover who was bitten on Shark Appreciation Day more likely fell victim to another type of sea creature, an expert says.

Qld Labor MPs silent over New Acland expansion

premium_icon Qld Labor MPs silent over New Acland expansion

WHEN asked by The Chronicle, no Queensland state Labor MP has come out explicitly in support of the New Acland Coal Mine expansion.

Here’s reason behind Julian Assange signs popping up in city

premium_icon Here’s reason behind Julian Assange signs popping up in city

The man behind the signs is on a mission to open the conversation on Julian Assange and press freedom.

‘Chronic alcoholic’, not allowed to drink, blows 0.295

premium_icon ‘Chronic alcoholic’, not allowed to drink, blows 0.295

A “chronic alcoholic” has narrowly avoided jail time after being caught close to six times the limit while subject to parole conditions that said she wasn’t allowed to...

Second wave fears: How Coast hospital would respond

premium_icon Second wave fears: How Coast hospital would respond

As concerns of a second wave of coronavirus grow, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service has outlined its plan of action should cases start to increase.

Mum on ‘last leg’ after six drugged driving convictions

premium_icon Mum on ‘last leg’ after six drugged driving convictions

INSTEAD of a harsh jail sentence, the court extended help to the woman in her fight to beat drug addiction.

Changes to casual work rules hits businesses hard

premium_icon Changes to casual work rules hits businesses hard

Granite Belt hospitality providers say the overhaul has reduced the ability to hire the staff required.

Driver crashes while almost six times the legal limit

premium_icon Driver crashes while almost six times the legal limit

‘You could have easily killed an innocent member of this community’

Fake names could see a return to restrictions

premium_icon Fake names could see a return to restrictions

Warwick business leaders warn the cheeky practice is ‘threatening the state’s hard-earned progress’.

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