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Reduced shelter sizes and protective equipment prepared for the possibility of a pandemic disaster season
The Black Friday shopping event is here and retailers and brands are sharing some dazzling deals and discounts for tech and fashion.
Wine lovers deliver ‘big shock’ to QLD wine producers in a pandemic silver lining, writes Kylie Lang.
Telstra has been taken to court for aggressive selling tactics used against Indigenous communities in three states.
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Craig Gore will be sentenced today after he was found guilty of defrauding almost $350,000 from investors in a high-interest debentures scheme.
A GYM junkie dad has been sentenced for defrauding a North Coast company and trying to cover his tracks when he worked as its general manager.
Kaidan Homan sold his soul to achieve his ultimate goal. It nearly came at the cost of his sanity and relationship.
Council budgeted $130,000 for Air Beats, in funds redirected from other events cancelled due to COVID.
The boss of one of the world’s biggest food delivery services has called for new regulations for workers after the deaths of five riders in Australia.
New photos reveal the state of the Clive Palmer’s Coolum resort after the businessman’s $20.8 million payout to settle a long-running court dispute.
Cricket great Shane Warne has put his support behind a new electricity deal that could see people’s power bills drop to zero.
More than five million Aussies are set to receive a $250 handout in December, but the deadline to find out if you’re eligible is just a couple of days away.
New technology has made it viable for Mount Morgan’s mine to reopen and it could be back in action sooner than you think.
Jobs are becoming available across as businesses rebuild from a challenging year, but lack of interest from those on subsidies is sparking frustration.
A stampede of bookings from down south has created a tourism gold rush which is expected to pump more than $600m into the Queensland economy next month alone.
He said he was moving 15 to 20 buckets, which were filled with galvanised bolts and weighed between 40kg to 70kg.
From the highs of rubbing shoulders with Mick Jagger and Gerry Harvey to a hotel in turmoil, it's been a rollercoaster for villa owners at Clive Palmer’s resort.
A Coast builder who lost his licence last year says he has not had a hand in a unit development, that he launched before his firm collapsed owing $1.8 million.
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