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Fri 20 Sep 2019

Hyundai gambles on future with investment

Hyundai gambles on future with investment

Hyundai is steeling itself for a very different future after putting money into a new business model that could end up making a sizeable dent in global car sales.

MOVIE REVIEW: Sly should have left Rambo in the 80s

MOVIE REVIEW: Sly should have left Rambo in the 80s

Sylvester Stallone was well served by the two Rocky spin-offs Creed I and II, but should have left Rambo in the 80s, where the character belonged

Dashcam shows driver celebrating crash after being cut off

Dashcam shows driver celebrating crash after being cut off

A driver has screamed with laughter after a watching a Porsche that cut him off get hit by a turning truck at the next intersection. STRONG LANGUAGE WARNING!

Alan Jones’ stunning offer to Jacinda

Alan Jones’ stunning offer to Jacinda

Controversial broadcaster Alan Jones wrote a grovelling apology to Jacinda Ardern. But she may not want to take him up on a proposal he’s floated.

Truckie Terry, 77, is still going strong

Truckie Terry, 77, is still going strong

HE MIGHT be pushing 77, but truckie Terry Bairstow has no plans to hang up the keys to his road train any time soon.

Roll back the clock on the bowling green

Roll back the clock on the bowling green

BOWLS Australia has joined the Sports Australia Better Ageing Grant program by promoting more older Australians to get more active.

Apple: Why Hollywood, Nashville and New York love 'em

Apple: Why Hollywood, Nashville and New York love 'em

CREATIVITY. Productivity. Inspiration. They are words Apple use a lot to talk about its most loyal fans. When it comes one product, the loyalty is contagious.

Powerball $150m jackpot goes off

Powerball $150m jackpot goes off

The record $150 million Powerball prize has been drawn and three lucky winners will share in a whopping $50m each.

Be a Ballina tourism volunteer (and make friends too)

Be a Ballina tourism volunteer (and make friends too)

BALLINA volunteer Donna Williams loves telling people where to go and she hopes that more people in her community will join her.

Thu 19 Sep 2019

Building boss slams epic ‘failures’

Building boss slams epic ‘failures’

THE executive says multiple changes need to be made to protect residents from crumbling buildings and combustible materials.

How to boost chances of winning $150m

How to boost chances of winning $150m

THE biggest lottery prize in Aussie history could be won tonight. Here’s how to dramatically increase your chance of taking home the lot.

‘Hard-to-watch’ school shooting ad

‘Hard-to-watch’ school shooting ad

A “hard-to-watch” television commercial about school shootings in American classrooms is dividing the country just hours after being released.

Tourists’ terrifying Outback encounter

Tourists’ terrifying Outback encounter

Travellers found themselves in the middle of a nightmare after their car was suddenly surrounded by 30 crocodiles in Arnhem Land.

What's on the big screen this week

What's on the big screen this week

A TEENAGE Dora the Explorer leads the charge of school holiday flicks, while Brad Pitt ventures into space in Ad Astra.

Jack Charles: Living with no excuses, no regrets

Jack Charles: Living with no excuses, no regrets

THE stage is set, the lights are dimmed and the audience is anticipating an enlightening encounter with renowned Australian actor Jack Charles.

Phil Hazell is showing the way to live well with dementia

Phil Hazell is showing the way to live well with dementia

PACK your bags and get your affairs in order was the first bit of clinical advice early onset dementia patient Phil Hazell was told.

‘I’m broken: Driver jailed for horror crash

‘I’m broken: Driver jailed for horror crash

A truck driver who crashed into a car killing two boys has broken down over his “unspeakable” actions in a tragic case that shocked even the judge.

Supporting the rejuvenation of Big Scrub rainforest

Supporting the rejuvenation of Big Scrub rainforest

FOR Stephanie Lymburner her work to preserve and care for what is left of the legendary Big Scrub is as much about the past as the future.

Wed 18 Sep 2019

Vegan protesters storm supermarket

Vegan protesters storm supermarket

Angry customers turned on vegan protesters after they stormed a supermarket on Sunday and told shoppers to “stop eating animals”.

‘Highly dangerous’ road rule dropped

‘Highly dangerous’ road rule dropped

DRIVERS have welcomed changes to a controversial new road rule following public backlash throughout a 12-month trial.

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