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13 November 2017 9:38 AM Where Queenslanders spend the most on fast food

People in Brisbane's CBD are spending a at least $4.4 million a month on fast food and restaurants, according to a survey. The Commonwealth Bank research found its customers in Queensland were spending an average of about $82 each per month on fast food and $118 on dining at restaurants - the third highest spend on both fast food and restaurants nationally 12

2 November 2017 9:44 AM 3 killed in Colorado Walmart shooting, suspect sought

Thornton – Two men and a woman were killed in a shooting inside a suburban Denver Walmart on Wednesday night that forced customers to either hide or flee. Thornton police reported "multiple parties down" and advised people to stay away from the area as dozens of police cruisers and emergency vehicles raced to the scene. Police spokesperson Victor Avila 38

2 November 2017 4:07 AM Walmart shooting in Thornton Colorado

THREE people are dead after a gunman opened fire at a Walmart store in the US. The suspect remains at large. According to authorities, two men and a woman were killed in the incident that happened in Thornton around 6.30pm local time, 11.30am AEDT. Reports of multiple gunshots were made before police arrived on the scene at 9900 Grant St, where the Walmart 38

2 November 2017 2:41 AM Judge cuts the line before ruling killer Sean Price must spend 41 years in jail

Murderer and rapist Sean Price had his video link switched off when a judge refused to tolerate a series of offensive hand gestures, before increasing his non-parole period by three years. Price called out after being prevented from saying something to the County Court on Thursday, and over the following minutes repeatedly waved his arms wildly and made lewd hand gestures 8

29 October 2017 1:59 AM How much you’ll pay if you have a damaged iPhone X screen

IF you’re getting an iPhone X — don’t drop it. Apple has revealed how much it will cost to repair the phone if the screen is damaged and it’s not cheap. Apple has revealed how much it will cost to repair the phone if the screen is damaged. In Australia, an iPhone X will cost $418.95 to just repair the screen without AppleCare+. That is almost twice as expensive 70

26 October 2017 12:59 AM APLNG joint venture to boost gas supply to east coast

Gas producer and exporter Australia Pacific LNG has promised to significantly boost the supply of natural gas to the domestic east coast market, after reaching a sales agreement with major shareholder Origin Energy. APLNG, a joint venture between Origin, US giant ConocoPhillips and China's Sinopec, said it would supply 41 petajoules of gas under a 14-month 26

25 October 2017 4:47 AM Explosion and fire at Thebarton sub-station in Adelaide

Video captured by a witness showed a fire burning at the power sub-station on West Thebarton Road, but there was no immediate word on the cause of the blaze. A large number of emergency services responded to the scene. Photos and videos show that the plumes of smoke are visible from kilometres away. Authorities report that at least 6,000 customers across 63

24 October 2017 12:00 PM NBN accused of using financial arguments to obscure inferior performance

The government and NBN have been accused of downplaying problems with Australia's broadband quality after insisting that no changes need to be made to the funding of its struggling $49 billion initiative. The issue of the how the NBN is being paid for has come to a head after chief executive officer Bill Morrow suggested it could need regulatory or financial 20

24 October 2017 1:55 AM NBN: What's everyone saying about it?

It's been described as "calamitous", "stomach turning" and a "changed horse". So what is everyone actually saying about the troubled rollout of the NBN this week? NBN chief Bill Morrow told Four Corners that high-speed fibre connections are technologically superior to the copper and cable which links most Australians to the new broadband network 20

23 October 2017 11:16 PM Solomon Lew’s Premier Investments declares war on Myer board

RETAIL billionaire Solomon Lew has officially declared war on the Myer board and will vote against the appointment of its incoming chairman at the retailer’s upcoming annual meeting. Mr Lew’s Premier Investments has this morning announced it will vote against the appointment of all directors proposed in Myer’s notice of annual meeting, including incoming 19