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Thu 15 Nov 2018

How man lost weight only eating Maccas

How man lost weight only eating Maccas

Ryan Williams has shown off his staggering weight loss in just a month. But his diet is a little different than your typical protein shakes and leafy greens.

RACING ROAD TEST: France’s answer to Porsche Cayman

RACING ROAD TEST: France’s answer to Porsche Cayman

THE resurrected niche sports car brand is taking the fight to Porsche and surpasses it in this one important area.

WARNING: How to stop fur babies stressing in storms

premium_icon WARNING: How to stop fur babies stressing in storms

Furry family members can freak out and injure themselves when the thunder starts. Here are a few tips to help reduce their anxiety.

Bolt: This misplaced blame fools no one

premium_icon Bolt: This misplaced blame fools no one

Mohammed Omran is last person who should attack Prime Minister Scott Morrison for demanding Muslim leaders do more, writes Andrew Bolt.

How to avoid a cafe rip-off

How to avoid a cafe rip-off

Aussie diners are often hit with sneaky fees when eating out — but a new campaign aims to finally make them a thing of the past.

Union’s request for Prime Minister

premium_icon Union’s request for Prime Minister

Queensland Police Union president Ian Leavers has written a formal letter to the PM asking for major changes to the way vehicles are manufactured in Australia.

Guess who’s building a luxury SUV now

Guess who’s building a luxury SUV now

A FAMED British sports car maker has joined the growing number of brands branching out into off-road vehicles.

7 unique Christmas traditions to start with your family

7 unique Christmas traditions to start with your family

Some families celebrate Christmas in weird and wonderful ways. Here are some ideas you can use to shake things up this year.

Can you answer this road rule puzzle?

Can you answer this road rule puzzle?

A quiz asking drivers to choose which car has right of way is leaving Aussies stumped, with the majority unable to figure out the right answer.

The day I realised my marriage was a lie

The day I realised my marriage was a lie

When Kayla and her husband went on a beach trip last year, she thought they were happily married. Then he revealed a dark secret that would change everything.

Aussies are better than their leaders

premium_icon Aussies are better than their leaders

Australians have no interest in discriminating against LGBTQI people, and one year on from the Yes vote, they’re continuing to prove it.

Powerful photo shows Aussie crisis

Powerful photo shows Aussie crisis

While a woman was out helping her elderly dad, she captured him in one picture which has perfectly captured the desperation of drought-stricken farmers.

Bunnings, get your hands off my sausage

premium_icon Bunnings, get your hands off my sausage

The decree about onion placement might seem ridiculous — because it is — but we should all be wary when corporations micromanage our lives, writes James Morrow.

Bunnings snag danger real, victim says

Bunnings snag danger real, victim says

A man who slipped on dropped onion from a Bunnings sausage and suffered serious injuries says the safety risk is no laughing matter.

Meghan won’t open presents on Christmas Day

Meghan won’t open presents on Christmas Day

Meghan Markle might be used to opening presents on Christmas Day but that won’t be happening this year because of royal protocol.

Embarrassing menu mistakes we make

Embarrassing menu mistakes we make

Chowing into some of our favourites is one of the main attractions of an Italian holiday. Problem is you can’t actually order them.

'Bigger than Sheeran, Jolie': Models' rockstar reception

premium_icon 'Bigger than Sheeran, Jolie': Models' rockstar reception

They're the identical twins from Caloundra who're bigger than Ed Sheeran, bigger than Angelina Jolie, bigger than Ben Hur.

Stolen foal found dead by owners

Stolen foal found dead by owners

A six-week-old foal missing from its outer Melbourne stable has been found dead by its devastated owners.

Toowoomba sculptor puts heart into Egyptian terror memorial

Toowoomba sculptor puts heart into Egyptian terror memorial

JOY Heylen was one of 75 international sculptors selected to help form an art memorial for the victims of the Sharm El Sheikh terrorist attacks.

The huge problem costing us $11b a year

premium_icon The huge problem costing us $11b a year

The health of Queenslanders continues to improve and we are living longer — but there’s one area in crisis, affecting two in three adults and one in three kids.

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