QUEENSLAND’s top jockey Tim Bell has had his driver’s licence disqualified for nine months and fined $1500 after he pleaded guilty to a mid-range drink driving charge in Southport Court on Tuesday.
CHLOE Valentine told her godmother she hated her mother — a neglectful, lying, drug user — when she was just three years old, an inquest has heard.
AS the world reacts with horror to the Islamic State, the United States has quietly raised an alert over an “unholy mix” of militants specifically targeting the West.
THE Rockefellers, the first family of oil, are divesting from fossil fuels in a fresh boost for the fight against climate change ahead of a UN summit.
HE knocked back attending the Brownlow this year, but Dane Swan found a thoroughly different way to celebrate and it was all in the name of Sam Newman.
IT’S the hottest group you can join right now on Facebook – and it’s an absurd craze called Dogspotting.
THIS emotional video shows the tender moment a mum shared with her son at his wedding just days before she passed away from cancer.
JAYDEN and Joseph Brady — missing for nine days on the NSW north coast — have been located by police.
EARLY sibling aggression, when not dealt with, can lead to lifelong issues, including learning, social and mental health problems.
AN egg company has been slapped with a $300,000 fine after the Federal Court found it misled consumers about its free-range credentials.
“SPARE capacity in the labour market” sounds disarmingly like something that could come in handy one day.
THE share market’s gains for 2014 have been wiped out, the value of the country’s biggest export is at a five-year low and the Aussie dollar has slipped below 89 US cents – all thanks to China.
CONSUMER confidence continues to go from strength to strength with rising property prices expected to boost household spending in the year ahead.
AUSTRALIA will back a global effort to deal with foreign fighters when leaders gather at the United Nations to discuss the rising threat of Islamic State.
AUSTRALIANS flying overseas will need to arrive earlier at airports and be prepared to declare any cash they are carrying under new anti-terrorism rules.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott says security talks at the United Nations will focus on ensuring Iraq and Syria are no longer “magnets” for potential terrorists.
COALITION MPs are lobbying the federal government for an economic rescue package for central and north Queensland.