WORKING at his uncle’s plastics factory at age 18, Erik Paartalu was faced with a choice.
FORGOTTEN Brisbane Roar defender Jack Hingert is happy to play the waiting game during the A-League’s Asian Cup break to ensure he is fit and firing for the business end of the season.
LLEYTON HEWITT insists the upcoming summer of tennis won’t be his last but admits he isn’t looking past the Australian Open.
JULIA Gillard has called for an apology after a Royal Commission into trade unions found she did not commit any crime.
A SYDNEY grandmother has appeared in a Malaysian court to be provisionally charged with drug trafficking offences which carry the death penalty.
GRAHAM Arnold wants Sydney FC to toughen up after he watched them being bullied by Melbourne Victory in last weekend’s 3-3 draw.
LET’S face it, most Christmas presents these days have an ‘i’ in front of them and require constant charging. But remember when presents were simpler and didn’t stop working when you didn’t have 4G?
IT’S ENOUGH to send space nuts into outer space in excitement.
A YOUNG man has walked into a Cairns house to find eight of his siblings stabbed to death.
The Crown entertainment complex is the one of the few places in Melbourne where you can find Koko’s 5 star Teppanyaki and award-winning pizza from Gradi, all under the one roof.
THE residents of Murray street in Queensland’s north are reeling after the bodies of eight children were discovered there in a family home on Friday morning.
CLIVE Palmer’s media adviser Andrew Crook and a second man have been charged over the alleged kidnapping of a bank executive.
AIRLINE pilots are often sporting a healthy brown glow, but that may not be from all the exotic locations they are flying to.
LOOKING over our thick guide to baby names, my wife and I were startled to find the name “Dijonnaise” listed. In the “origin” column the guide simply said, “Condiment.”
ARTHUR Sinodinos has announced he will be resigning from the government’s frontbench, in a move which will force Tony Abbott to reshuffle his team.
FROM our Prime Minister winking at a veteran sex line worker, to Bubbling going viral and Delta labelled the most “unrhythmic white girl”, our homegrown stars were in no shortage of foot in mouth situations and faux pas this year.
MARTIN Place hostage Julie Taylor has paid tribute to victim Katrina Dawson for her “bravery and strength” throughout their 17-hour ordeal.