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Mon 24 Feb 2020

Toowoomba workers rally to help colleague save her sight

premium_icon Toowoomba workers rally to help colleague save her sight

THE workmates of a dedicated wildlife and animal volunteer have launched a campaign so she can afford the injections required to save her from blindness.

Aussie women stressed, unhappy in the bedroom

premium_icon Aussie women stressed, unhappy in the bedroom

The biggest ever survey of young women’s attitudes about sex has uncovered a shocking hidden problem.

Proof Aussie pooches more spoiled than kids

premium_icon Proof Aussie pooches more spoiled than kids

From personalised collars to receiving facials and going to doggie day care, these pampered pooches are more spoiled than kids.

Sun 23 Feb 2020

‘My boyfriend won’t have sex with me’

‘My boyfriend won’t have sex with me’

A woman has written of her confusion over the fact that in the past six months her boyfriend hasn’t wanted sex. Ever. What’s going on?

‘I spent the day in a brothel’

‘I spent the day in a brothel’

When sex columnist Nadia Bokody set out on a mission to learn what really goes on inside a brothel, she got more than she bargained for.

$6 cleaning powder mums are desperate for

$6 cleaning powder mums are desperate for

Aussie mums are in a frenzy over a $6 cleaning product that has the power to transform a disgusting sink.

Three posts behind mum’s $20m empire

Three posts behind mum’s $20m empire

Joanna Jensen was running a steady business until three fellow mums’ Facebook posts helped tranform her into a multi-millionaire.

Old sock trick to fix household mistake

Old sock trick to fix household mistake

Millions of people have this $30 item and are using it wrong, with experts warning it’s dangerous. But an old sock can fix this common mistake.

Final farewell for CQ soldier, father and dear friend

premium_icon Final farewell for CQ soldier, father and dear friend

“Not how did he die, but how did he live? Not what did he gain, but what did he give?"

What it’s like for a family living with an electric car

What it’s like for a family living with an electric car

It’s been three months without a visit to the service station...but there are some additional grey hairs.

‘We take one day at a time’: Life with a brain tumour

premium_icon ‘We take one day at a time’: Life with a brain tumour

Mackay’s Lauren Watts’ illnesses are inspiring her to shave her hair this weekend to support those with cancer

Meet the team behind Australia’s most well behaved pets

premium_icon Meet the team behind Australia’s most well behaved pets

Troublesome terrier? Kleptomaniac kelpie? No matter the canine quandary, a dynamic duo of dog behaviourists know how to help.

From Special Forces to doggie Disneyland king

premium_icon From Special Forces to doggie Disneyland king

After three tours of duty, former navy special forces operator Luke Evans was struggling to return to civilian life. The only thing that helped was dogs. VIDEO

Frustration as commuters travelling with dogs left stranded

premium_icon Frustration as commuters travelling with dogs left stranded

Replacement buses are a hassle for everyone, but if you’re travelling with your pooch the sudden disruption can leave you high and dry.

Man’s best friend a lifeline for many

premium_icon Man’s best friend a lifeline for many

Support dogs are in high demand. So much so that Assistance Dogs Australia simply can’t keep up and is appealing for government funding.

What your dog is trying to tell you

What your dog is trying to tell you

Dog training experts Jen and Ryan Tate have joined the Dogs of Oz campaign to create four exclusive videos where they share invaluable canine insights.

Sat 22 Feb 2020

What led to the death of Holden

premium_icon What led to the death of Holden

There’s been much speculation on what caused the death of an Australian brand, but the truth is there are many reasons Holden is completing its final lap.

Tortured ‘puppy farm’ dogs saved from life of misery

premium_icon Tortured ‘puppy farm’ dogs saved from life of misery

Dozens of dogs were rescued by RSPCA Queensland during raids on Lockyer Valley “puppy farms” last year. Now new owners are giving them a chance to survive and thrive.

Fri 21 Feb 2020

Cult $3 product almost costs boy his sight

premium_icon Cult $3 product almost costs boy his sight

A cult Kmart product that priced at just $3 nearly cost one boy his sight after a shock incident landed him in hospital.

Racing greyhounds test positive for coronavirus in Bundaberg

premium_icon Racing greyhounds test positive for coronavirus in Bundaberg

BUNDABERG greyhounds have tested positive for the coronavirus.

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