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Wed 21 Nov 2018

The Aussie icon inspiring your next holiday

The Aussie icon inspiring your next holiday

AUSTRALIAN icon Patti Newton is the proud new ambassador for travel website MyHostedHolidays.com, which allows you to compare guided and hosted holidays.

Storms coming as southeast heats up

Storms coming as southeast heats up

Thunderstorms are forecast to hit parts of southeast Queensland this afternoon, as a cloudband which has dumped decent falls on the southwest of the state moves to...

Enjoy the journey into ageing through new book

Enjoy the journey into ageing through new book

THE NSW Seniors Card Short Story Competition has revealed the hidden talent of the state's older writers who have shared their perspective on Positive Ageing.

MOVIE REVIEW:  Widows rewrite crime rules

MOVIE REVIEW: Widows rewrite crime rules

THIS hard-boiled heist flick doesn’t so much pass the Bechdel Test measuring representation of women in fiction as eviscerate it.

6OMM FALLS: Heavy rain edges toward Coast

6OMM FALLS: Heavy rain edges toward Coast

BOM warns of falls to 60mm as inland wet pushes towards the coast.

Emma Freedman’s pregnancy announcement

Emma Freedman’s pregnancy announcement

Radio and TV personality Emma Freedman has revealed she and husband Charlie Rundle are expecting their first child in May next year.

TESTED: Check out the radical 2019 model Toyota RAV4

TESTED: Check out the radical 2019 model Toyota RAV4

USUALLY vanilla family SUV spices up its image with sporty design and driving dynamics, but there’s a bigger addition under the bonnet.

Damning note reveals how far CBA sunk

Damning note reveals how far CBA sunk

It’s the simple handwritten note that it has been claimed showed the bank’s top boss knew they were short changing customers. It could cost millions to fix.

Iggy pops for Bluesfest 2019

Iggy pops for Bluesfest 2019

IGGY Pop, Nora Jones, Melbourne Ska Orchestra and Nathaniel Rateliff in new announcement confirmed today.

'I think we're on a road to change'

'I think we're on a road to change'

NAIDOC celebrations had an encore with the inaugural NAIDOC Ball at USQ last month.

Remote Australian ghost town comes back to life

Remote Australian ghost town comes back to life

There are ghost towns all over Australia, but one once-busy settlement is coming back to life more than 50 years after its residents fled in a hurry.

Dietitian shares top 10 myths about nutrition for seniors

Dietitian shares top 10 myths about nutrition for seniors

Dietitian and author Ngaire Hobbins shares her top tips from her book, Nutrition for Seniors: A guide to healthy habits for eating well as you age.

Beating the effects of the 'online zombie'

Beating the effects of the 'online zombie'

DO YOU think you are spending too much time online, or, do you even know how much time you spend connected to the Internet of Things?

Tue 20 Nov 2018

Mackay masseuse expands her service to dogs and cats

Mackay masseuse expands her service to dogs and cats

Looking to spoil your fur-baby this Christmas? Perhaps a relaxing massage will fit the bill.

Stars who turned down Game of Thrones

Stars who turned down Game of Thrones

It’s arguably the biggest TV show in the world right now, so you can imagine how much these actors regret turning down Game of Thrones.

Kasey Chambers leads Golden Guitar nominations

Kasey Chambers leads Golden Guitar nominations

THE singer will also be inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame next week.

USED CAR: Why the Mazda CX-5 is Australia’s favourite SUV

USED CAR: Why the Mazda CX-5 is Australia’s favourite SUV

THE Mazda CX-5 is AUstralia’s most popular SUV, but if you are buying a used one make sure you look out for these potential issues.

TV show should be top of your watchlist

TV show should be top of your watchlist

There are so many new TV shows clamouring for your attention every month. This one should be your priority over all others.

Abbott’s issue with indigenous welcome

Abbott’s issue with indigenous welcome

FORMER prime minister Tony Abbott believes we don’t pray enough and go over the top when acknowledging indigenous culture.

Why this channel is deliberately different

Why this channel is deliberately different

When channel surfing, Australian television often looks the same — reality cooking, renovating and dating. It’s why this network goes big on different.

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