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Tue 24 Apr 2018

India play hardball over pink-ball Test

India play hardball over pink-ball Test

A PRE-CHRISTMAS pink-ball Test in Adelaide looks unlikely this summer with Indian players and officials baulking at the idea of a day-night clash.

Vietnam Veteran teaches Anzac spirit

Vietnam Veteran teaches Anzac spirit

Students show ultimate respect

Off-contract Wallace mulls over Titanic offer

Off-contract Wallace mulls over Titanic offer

TITANS table a four-year deal reportedly worth nearly $2M to keep Origin forward Jarrod Wallace on Gold Coast but he isn’t missing the chance to shop around.

Roach says ‘Horn will last one round’ against Crawford

Roach says ‘Horn will last one round’ against Crawford

LEGENDARY boxing trainer Freddie Roach believes Terence Crawford will make short work of Jeff Horn in their world title fight in Las Vegas.

Maccarone finishes at Roar

Maccarone finishes at Roar

BRISBANE Roar have parted ways with veteran Italian Massimo Maccarone with the marquee striker not offered a new deal.

Cop’s ‘horrendous’ attack on baby

Cop’s ‘horrendous’ attack on baby

A SENIOR Queensland police officer was furious about not getting a transfer for work when he took his anger out on his newborn son.

Cowboys workhorse named to make comeback

Cowboys workhorse named to make comeback

COWBOYS workhorse Shaun Fensom will be rushed straight back into the NRL side to face his former club Canberra after successful return in Queensland Cup.

The shock signing that could save Broncos’ season

The shock signing that could save Broncos’ season

THE Broncos are facing a hooker crisis with Andrew McCullough sidelined and a league legend has made a suggestion on how Wayne Bennett can fill the No.9 void.

Brennan swings the axe

premium_icon Brennan swings the axe

GOLD Coast coach Garth Brennan’s patience has run out, dumping Kane Elgey to reserve grade in favour of Bryce Cartwright.

Marshall wary of rejuvenated former Tiger

Marshall wary of rejuvenated former Tiger

BENJI Marshall knows what a bit of confidence can do and he has seen a change in one of the Eels’ most important players ahead of their clash with the Tigers

Dees predict record-breaking Anzac crowd

Dees predict record-breaking Anzac crowd

MELBOURNE Demons expecting their biggest crowd in 54 years at MCG as they prepare to take on reigning premiers Richmond in Anzac Day eve clash.

Smerdon fails in legal bid against RAD Board hearing

premium_icon Smerdon fails in legal bid against RAD Board hearing

CASE against disgraced former trainer Robert Smerdon to go ahead after he failed in bid to challenge Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board’s jurisdiction.

QLD the place to live — for now

QLD the place to live — for now

QUEENSLANDERS are more pessimistic about the future of housing affordability and living costs over the next decade than any other lifestyle factor, a new report...

It's all in his head!

It's all in his head!

Recent results in the NRL and AFL have highlighted a growing trend in professional sport.

Bruce Hwy crash causes delays as 21,000 litres of oil spills

Bruce Hwy crash causes delays as 21,000 litres of oil spills

THE Bruce Highway is down to one lane after a tanker carrying 21,000 litres of crude oil collided with a sedan.

How school dropout bought investment property at 18

premium_icon How school dropout bought investment property at 18

THIS young high-school dropout is set to earn up $580 a week after buying an investment property when he was just 18. So how did he do it?

UberEats could be in big trouble

UberEats could be in big trouble

UNDER fire from restaurants, the food delivery’s problems just got much worse. And if you read its contracts, you can see why.

Wife ‘manipulated and deceived’ by baby-killing cop

premium_icon Wife ‘manipulated and deceived’ by baby-killing cop

THE mother of a 10-week-old baby killed by his policeman father out of “frustration” has told a Brisbane court of the man’s deception.

If you have a designer pet, I am judging you

premium_icon If you have a designer pet, I am judging you

THERE are plenty of excuses for buying a designer dog instead of rescuing one in need. And none of them hold water, writes Cathy Anderson.

Gould’s shock solution to Blues’ Origin halves puzzle

premium_icon Gould’s shock solution to Blues’ Origin halves puzzle

JAMES Maloney is “a lock” to be selected for NSW in Origin I. Finding his halves partner, according to legendary coach Phil Gould, is more difficult.

Regions outstrip booming Brisbane – ABS

Regions outstrip booming Brisbane – ABS

BRISBANE is back among Australia’s fastest-growing cities, but more people are flocking to areas outside the state’s capital, new figures from the Australian Bureau...

Hornets continue legacy with Qld selections

Hornets continue legacy with Qld selections

The annual 'how many Ipswich/Logan Hornets can we fit into a Queensland side?' question was answered this week.

Pensioner claims first victory in fight for library services

Pensioner claims first victory in fight for library services

Only two months after the council agreed to remove 25,000 books from the library shelves, it will again discuss the matter at the next meeting in May.

Manly mayhem exposes unknown DCE act

Manly mayhem exposes unknown DCE act

THE true story behind Daly Cherry-Evans’ punishment has come to light as the Jackson Hastings drama keeps getting murkier.

‘Don’t stuff it up’: Gaze feeling Bogut pressure

‘Don’t stuff it up’: Gaze feeling Bogut pressure

ANDREW Gaze survived the axe by the skin of his teeth last season and the Sydney Kings coach is fully aware of the pressure signing Andrew Bogut brings.

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