Lifestyle

Wed 19 Sep 2018

School claims lunch was ‘too unhealthy’ to eat

School claims lunch was ‘too unhealthy’ to eat

A MUM was outraged when a school deemed her child’s lunch “too unhealthy” and wouldn’t let him eat it — despite being packed with nutritious food.

Vegan BBQ brisket sparks fury

Vegan BBQ brisket sparks fury

AN INNOCENT looking “BBQ brisket” made of jackfruit and seitan has sparked a wave of anger from meat-eaters and BBQ purists.

Chill out with BMW’s awesome living room on wheels

Chill out with BMW’s awesome living room on wheels

GERMAN brand shows off radical plan for its electric car due in 2021.

Chocolatier is our richest woman under 40

Chocolatier is our richest woman under 40

WHILE it’s easy to imagine Australia’s richest women under 40 are on catwalks and movie sets, it’s names you may never have heard of making up our top earners.

Tip to cut your laundry time in half

Tip to cut your laundry time in half

A CLEANING guru has revealed the simple tips and tricks for cutting laundry time in half and achieving better results.

Truth about where you grew up

Truth about where you grew up

CONCERNING new research has revealed just how big an effect your suburb can have on you, even much later in life.

Tue 18 Sep 2018

What it's like to drive the world's fastest Lamborghini

What it's like to drive the world's fastest Lamborghini

WHAT it is like to get behind the wheel of the fastest production car to lap the vaunted Nurburgring racetrack.

10 YEARS JAIL: Police warning to 'spiked' food offenders

10 YEARS JAIL: Police warning to 'spiked' food offenders

Police give warning to those deliberately contaminating strawberries, other foods.

Kingscliff petition reaches new heights in NSW Parliament

Kingscliff petition reaches new heights in NSW Parliament

Councillor Ron Cooper has collected 16,000 signatures opposing height limits more than three storeys in Kingscliff

Reflecting on Chinchilla's thriving railway history

Reflecting on Chinchilla's thriving railway history

IT'S EASY to lose track of Chinchilla's history. Progress can erase all traces of buildings and places that were once integral to the town's way of life.

Capsicum fact blowing people’s minds

Capsicum fact blowing people’s minds

THERE is an interesting fact about capsicums that you might not know — and it’s blowing people’s minds.

Your cafe meal is worse than a Big Mac

Your cafe meal is worse than a Big Mac

YOU might think you’re doing yourself a favour by avoiding the golden arches, but the truth is your cafe meals probably contain more calories.

Renault Kadjar city SUV confirmed for Australia in 2019

Renault Kadjar city SUV confirmed for Australia in 2019

FRENCH car maker Renault is set to join the booming small-SUV class in a big way.

Six injured as camel loses it at circus show

Six injured as camel loses it at circus show

SCARY video shows the moment a camel starts to buck during a circus show injuring seven people and sending crowds packing.

How much? Would you pay $16 for a cup of coffee?

How much? Would you pay $16 for a cup of coffee?

WE’RE prepared to pay extra for a fine glass of wine, but would you reach deeper in your wallet for a really great coffee?

Heavyweight freak’s crazy diet

Heavyweight freak’s crazy diet

HEAVYWEIGHT champion Anthony Joshua has one of the most famous rigs in sport. He eats enough to feed a family of four.

From Maccas to Red Bull: Worst school lunches revealed

From Maccas to Red Bull: Worst school lunches revealed

A GROUP of teachers have listed some of the worst packed lunches students have come to school with, including a Happy Meal and even a bottle of Red Bull.

BMW X4 is larger yet still lithe in trademark coupe styling

BMW X4 is larger yet still lithe in trademark coupe styling

Second-generation BMW X4 has grown in key areas and is a better mid-size SUV for the growth spurt.

Macca’s giving away free cheeseburgers

Macca’s giving away free cheeseburgers

MCDONALD’S is giving away 200,000 free cheeseburgers across Australia in honour of National Cheeseburger Day. But you’d better get in fast.

Mon 17 Sep 2018

Metal allegedly found in banana an 'isolated' incident

Metal allegedly found in banana an 'isolated' incident

A 62-YEAR-OLD woman has been cautioned after a banana was allegedly contaminated with a metal object at a Queensland supermarket.

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