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Fri 30 Oct 2020

Oddest moments of US election campaign

Premium Content Oddest moments of US election campaign

No-one has ever seen an election campaign like the one fought between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

Trump's prediction: 'Bad things are going to happen to him'

Trump's prediction: 'Bad things are going to happen to him'

President Trump went to town on one of his administration's former officials today, as he and First Lady Melania Trump made a joint appearance.

Torture flat ‘smelled of rotting flesh’

Torture flat ‘smelled of rotting flesh’

A former professional soccer player was aware of the heinous injuries a woman suffered at the hands of his flatmate during a torture ordeal, a court has been told.

Disturbing details of terrorist emerge

Disturbing details of terrorist emerge

A full picture of the sick 21-year-old attacker who beheaded a woman and killed two others in Nice, France, is starting to emerge.

‘TOTAL LOSS:’ Surat house destroyed in overnight blaze

Premium Content ‘TOTAL LOSS:’ Surat house destroyed in overnight blaze

EMERGENCY services attended a blaze that completely destroyed a building overnight in the Maranoa. DETAILS:

Victoria records four new virus cases

Victoria records four new virus cases

Victoria has recorded four new infections and no deaths as Melbourne enters its third day of freedom after a gruelling 112-day lockdown.

Roma Toastmasters ceremoniously celebrates 25 Years

Premium Content Roma Toastmasters ceremoniously celebrates 25 Years

THE club is to thank for improving the communication, efficiency and leadership skills of the Roma community.

North Queensland MP serves up defamation suit

Premium Content North Queensland MP serves up defamation suit

A controversial North Queensland MP has served a long-term rival with a defamation suit on the eve of the state election.

What US election means for Australia and China

Premium Content What US election means for Australia and China

Australia would not have taken tough strategic decisions if the Trump administration were the hopeless superpower some suggest it is, writes John Lee.

Bombing survivor’s family beg for funeral reprieve

Premium Content Bombing survivor’s family beg for funeral reprieve

The parents of Gold Coast Bali Bombing survivor Jake Ryan, who died two weeks ago, are pleading for funeral numbers to be increased to more than 100.

‘Queenmaker’ Katter’s crucial role

‘Queenmaker’ Katter’s crucial role

Robbie Katter feels confident his party will gain traction in the Qld election and that the ‘arrogance’ of Palaszczuk and Frecklington will work against them.

Dan’s ‘get on beers’ remix hits top 20

Dan’s ‘get on beers’ remix hits top 20

A dancefloor banger featuring Dan Andrews’s famous ‘get on the beers’ line was released on the Australian song charts five days ago.

Steroids, stilettos and violence: Coast teachers land in court

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It’s been a wild 12 months for some Gold Coast teachers. The Bulletin looks into three of the biggest scandals surrounding the city’s educators.

Furious CEO blocks Premier from theme parks

Premium Content Furious CEO blocks Premier from theme parks

Angry Village Roadshow Theme Parks boss Clark Kirby has revealed he blocked Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk from visiting Sea World for a media opportunity.

Slain bikie Shane Bowden’s early underworld life and allies

Premium Content Slain bikie Shane Bowden’s early underworld life and allies

REVEALED: Slain bikie Shane Bowden’s Gold Coast bashings, his early life and underworld allies and how he became a notorious underworld figure

Everybody appearing at Brisbane (George Street) Magistrates Court today

Premium Content Everybody appearing at Brisbane (George Street) Magistrates...

Here is a list of matters listed at Brisbane (George Street) Magistrates Court on Friday.

‘Lost for words’: 21-year tradition canned

‘Lost for words’: 21-year tradition canned

The motorsports community is “furious” after one of Adelaide’s most popular events was scrapped by the South Australian government.

Mass exodus as Aussies desert cities

Mass exodus as Aussies desert cities

The lockdowns may be over but fear of a new one is seeing a surge in Australians packing up and leaving the cities for good.

Rapist sent victim love letters from jail

Premium Content Rapist sent victim love letters from jail

A rapist has been released from prison after serving 313 days on remand.

‘Get the f--- into the car’

Premium Content ‘Get the f--- into the car’

Gympie man, 40, jailed after ‘appalling’, repeated abuse of his mother and partner, including pulling her hair and throwing her to the ground

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