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Sun 28 Feb 2021

Australia’s top 20 highest and lowest paying jobs

Premium Content Australia’s top 20 highest and lowest paying jobs

Australia’s highest and lowest-paying jobs have been revealed. Search and see the list and how you can find a six-figure salary.

$1bn in stranded coal runs out of time

Premium Content $1bn in stranded coal runs out of time

More than $1bn worth of Australian coal stranded off the coast of China has lost most of its value and can no longer be sold to alternative buyers.

Aussies unable to start repaying mortgages

Premium Content Aussies unable to start repaying mortgages

Stressed mortgage customers who have deferred their loans fear they won’t be able to start meeting their repayments again.

Sat 27 Feb 2021

Jackie Trad ‘agreed’ to pay NSW hotel bill

Premium Content Jackie Trad ‘agreed’ to pay NSW hotel bill

Steven Miles’ pledge to tear up a NSW quarantine bill has been dealt a blow following revelations Jackie Trad agreed to pay just weeks before she was deposed.

Aussie music festivals make a comeback

Premium Content Aussie music festivals make a comeback

The live music festival suffered last year, but Aussie promoters are bringing it back — including the first touring festival in the world right now.

Shock revelation after Qld vaccine bungle

Shock revelation after Qld vaccine bungle

The doctor at the centre of the Queensland vaccine bungle where two patients were given four times the correct dosage had previously been sanctioned.

Ex’s ultimate revenge on Capitol rioter

Ex’s ultimate revenge on Capitol rioter

A man who allegedly stormed the US Capitol sent a text to his ex-girlfriend mid-siege to call her a “moron”. Then she delivered the ultimate payback.

World unites in pushback against China

World unites in pushback against China

It’s been described as a “crafty” move that could provoke a regional crisis but these five countries have united to pushback against Beijing.

Bizarre claims at anti-vaxx protest

Bizarre claims at anti-vaxx protest

Anti-vaxxers have held a protest outside the Health Minister’s office to rally against the rollout of the country’s coronavirus vaccine.

Embarrassing decision Harry might regret

Embarrassing decision Harry might regret

Prince Harry spent an entire afternoon with James Corden strutting around LA for a laid-back interview. But was the exercise a folly?

‘They did nothing’: The devastation caused by a predator

Premium Content ‘They did nothing’: The devastation caused by a predator

Kathleen Walsh was your typical 11-year-old Mount Isa girl. She loved Irish dancing, softball, swimming and playing the piano and was surrounded with friends.

The second minister to get the jab

The second minister to get the jab

A senior minister has become the second member of the government to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Poo problem leads gamer to stab house guest

Premium Content Poo problem leads gamer to stab house guest

A man has avoided jail for stabbing his Buderim housemate’s friend who accused him of leaving faeces on the toilet seat.

Husband's mobile phone scam paid for IVF

Premium Content Husband's mobile phone scam paid for IVF

A man on a bridging visa scammed foreign students to get their mobile phones. He then used money from the sale of the phones for his wife’s IVF.

Expert’s wild Melissa Caddick theory

Expert’s wild Melissa Caddick theory

A criminology expert has made an outlandish claim that accused conwoman Melissa Caddick could still be alive, despite her foot washing up on a beach.

Seller of lame horse ordered to repay twice sale price

Premium Content Seller of lame horse ordered to repay twice sale price

A grazier who was sold a lame nag instead of the fit stockhorse advertised on Facebook has been compensated after taking the seller to court.

Vaccine overdose doctor was sanctioned before

Premium Content Vaccine overdose doctor was sanctioned before

The doctor at the centre of the COVID vaccine bungle has been identified, and it has been revealed he has been sanctioned before following complaints.

Tourism and pastoral pioneer dies

Premium Content Tourism and pastoral pioneer dies

A farming stalwart dies at 94 years old.

Fears we’ll forget flu vaccine this season

Premium Content Fears we’ll forget flu vaccine this season

As people roll up their sleeves for the COVID-19 jab, they have been warned not to forget the flu vaccine.

Barnaby Joyce ‘could return’ as leader

Barnaby Joyce ‘could return’ as leader

Barnaby Joyce could return as deputy prime minister and is ‘still a leader’ in the Nationals party room, a staunch ally says.

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