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Mon 25 May 2020

New $10 streaming service is here

New $10 streaming service is here

The world’s most binge-worthy shows are now available on a brand new streaming platform in Australia for just $10 a month.

TikTok video part of houseboat investigation

premium_icon TikTok video part of houseboat investigation

A TikTok video of a group of youths aboard a sinking houseboat on the Noosa River is now part of an investigation. WATCH THE VIDEO

‘Complete BS’: Karl hits back

‘Complete BS’: Karl hits back

Karl Stefanovic has weighed in on the backlash over 60 Minutes’ Kyle Sandilands promo, insisting the gag was an “honest moment on camera”.

Icy start: Mercury plunges to 2C

premium_icon Icy start: Mercury plunges to 2C

The mercury has plummeted across the state again this morning with Queenslanders waking up to temperatures as low as 2C.

Iconic Birdsville races cancelled

premium_icon Iconic Birdsville races cancelled

The iconic Birdsville Races have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic - only the second time the race will not run in its 138-year history.

‘How dare you’: MasterChef fans fume

‘How dare you’: MasterChef fans fume

One simple line from MasterChef judge Melissa Leong during last night’s episode had many viewers seeing red.

Relief from cold snap for region

premium_icon Relief from cold snap for region

Normal May weather is just around the corner

Who could get the missing $60 billion

Who could get the missing $60 billion

Josh Frydenberg has hinted at who might benefit from the $60 billion cash left over from the massively underspent JobKeeper scheme

Star’s excruciating wardrobe malfunction

Star’s excruciating wardrobe malfunction

NFL superstar Tom Brady has become a human plaything for the internet after a wardrobe malfunction overshadowed his Tiger Woods showdown.

Premier sets date for NQ ‘travel bubble’ decision

premium_icon Premier sets date for NQ ‘travel bubble’ decision

As North Queensland tourism bodies frantically prepare a plan for the government, the Premier calls a travel bubble ‘feasible’ for the state’s north.

Legend weighs in on bitter 21-year feud

Legend weighs in on bitter 21-year feud

Former Aussie skipper Mark Taylor has had his say on Shane Warne and Steve Waugh’s long-running feud, and picked which side he’s on.

‘Ridiculous’: Qld cut out of travel bubble

‘Ridiculous’: Qld cut out of travel bubble

In a radical plan to boost our tourism, Aussies living in NSW and Victoria could be allowed to ski in New Zealand before having a surf in Queensland.

Sad reason Kyle pulled 60 Minutes stunt

Sad reason Kyle pulled 60 Minutes stunt

Kyle Sandilands broke down in tears live on air this morning as he addressed last night’s controversial 60 Minutes hoax.

Victim’s fear: ‘I feel vulnerable in my own home’

premium_icon Victim’s fear: ‘I feel vulnerable in my own home’

“It just makes me feel sick that someone out there would prey on and take advantage of an older woman like my mother.”

Where you can see Qld's first live drive-in concert

premium_icon Where you can see Qld's first live drive-in concert

Some of the nation’s biggest names in music are getting together to perform for us live from the comfort of our own cars. Here’s everything you need to know.

‘Virus isn’t killing men fast enough’ tweet cops backlash

‘Virus isn’t killing men fast enough’ tweet cops backlash

Feminist writer Clementine Ford sparked outrage over the weekend after she fired off a “flippant” tweet about men being killed by coronavirus.

No new cases as all children return to school

No new cases as all children return to school

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has revealed no new cases in the state in the past 24 hours, on the day all Queensland school children return to the classroom for the...

How to recognise and protect yourself against COVID-19

How to recognise and protect yourself against COVID-19

While active COVID-19 cases are declining in Australia, it is still important to protect ourselves and stop the spread. Our handy graphics will help you out.

Guy Sebastian: ‘I’m not patient zero’

premium_icon Guy Sebastian: ‘I’m not patient zero’

While a parody social media account in his home town of Adelaide is blaming Guy Sebastian for starting the coronavirus, the pop favourite sings Wuhan’s praises.

Homes destroyed, thousands without power as storm batters WA

Homes destroyed, thousands without power as storm batters WA

Western Australians have woken to a trail of destruction after the remnants of a cyclone smashed the state destroying buildings and uprooting trees.

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