Under pressure following Labor’s poor election showing the Palaszczuk Government has given bureaucrats three weeks to finalise the approvals process for the Adani Carmichael coal mine. The move has been roundly welcomed with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying it is time just to “get on with it.” Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane tells […]
John Fleming made his name on the Australian entertainment scene as one half of the comedy duo the Scared Weird Little Guys but now he’s transformed into a Dirty Rascal. Dirty Rascal is the name of the new rock band he’s in along with former Men at Work drummer Jerry Speiser. On the back of […]
At a loose end for something to do in the great southeast this weekend? Well, you’ll have no excuses after listening to Olympia’s What’s On.
Retired NRL star Greg Inglis has been admitted to a facility as he deals with depression and alcohol issues. The South Sydney Rabbitohs confirmed Inglis “entered a facility to undergo treatment to assist with and support his mental health”. ‘I can’t express to you enough my thanks’: An emotional Ray speaks with Greg Inglis “Rabbitohs […]
The Prime Minister says establishing the National Water Grid is one of the big challenges facing his newly returned government. Scott Morrison is in Queensland to meet farmers still reeling from floods earlier this year. In the lead up to the election, Nationals leader Michael McCormack promised a returned coalition would set up the National […]
A victim of convicted child sex offender Michael Guider is campaigning to keep him behind bars as his release date nears. In 2001 Guider pleaded guilty to the 1986 manslaughter of nine-year-old Bondi schoolgirl Samantha Knight, whose body has never been found. He was already serving time for over 60 child sex offences against more […]