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Iggy Azalea is suing her ex-boyfriend - Northern Star
IGGY Azalea is suing her ex-boyfriend, who claims to have a sex tape featuring the star, for allegedly illegally downloading the entire contents of her personal computer while they were living together in Atlanta, Georgia in 2009. The Australian rapper has ...
Restrictions proposed for 'cash cow' mobile speed cameras - Northern Star
CONCERNS that mobile speed cameras are being used as a revenue stream by the State Government have prompted the New South Wales Opposition to call for change. State Labor's spokesman for roads, Walt Secord has proposed legislation calling for laws to see ...
X Factor talents shine at free Lismore music event - Northern Star
YOUNG X Factor heartthrobs Taylor Henderson and Jai Waetford will be coming to Lismore as part of the Regional Pop Up Concert Tour. After dropping into Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour, the tour series will hit Lismore on Sunday, September 28. The tour ...
Man, 42, dies after vehicle hits tree at Morayfield - Northern Star
POLICE are investigating a fatal a single vehicle traffic crash at Morayfield this morning. Initial information indicates around 2.20am a vehicle travelling west on McLoughlin Road left the roadway and collided with a tree. The 42-year-old male driver died ...
Check the guide for a safer bet - Northern Star
CAN champion trainer Chris Waller dominate Saturday's feature George Main Stakes - just as he did when he saddled up the first six horses home in the Chelmsford Stakes a fortnight ago? That, and other racing mysteries, will become clearer for punters when ...
Honeymoon EH ute restored for 50th wedding anniversary - Northern Star
GERARD and Daphne Sylvester have given their honeymoon pride-and-joy a makeover for their 50th anniversary. The couple became grease monkeys for 12 years to restore their EH Holden ute - which Gerard bought to take Daphne on their honeymoon 50 years ago.
Power might return to Nymboida Power Station - Northern Star
THE possibility of restoring the Nymboida Power Station back to full operating status was discussed by Clarence MP Chris Gulaptis, NSW Ministers and representatives from Essential Energy. Mr Gulaptis said the meeting was valuable and gave the Ministers a ...
Rookie takes on world in US - Northern Star
LISMORE athlete Tony Curtis has had the best possible preparation as he leaves today for the United States to compete in two obstacle racing world championship events. Curtis took out the 7km Spartan Sprint race which included 20 obstacles in Brisbane as a ...
Troop numbers to double at military base near Springfield - Northern Star
Geoff Egan Journalist Geoff has been working for the QT since August 2011 covering Ipswich’s rural areas. He started working for APN in January 2010 with the Chinchilla News in western Queensland after growing up on a grain farm. Geoff spends his time ...
Casino does it well with new campaign - Northern Star
A CHEEKY campaign to promote shopping and services in Casino will feature television ads, social media promotions and merchandising to get its message out to the public. "I Did It In Casino", led by the Casino Chamber of Commerce and supported by Richmond ...
Australia's largest anti-terrorism raids in Brisbane, Sydney - Northern Star
A MASSIVE anti-terrorism operation is underway in Brisbane and Sydney, understood to be the largest of its kind in Australia's history. Teams from the Australian Federal Police, New South Wales Police and Queensland Police Service are involved. Hundreds of ...
Anniversary album and tour for Thirsty Merc - Northern Star
AUSTRALIAN rockers Thirsty Merc are marking 10 years since the release of their self-titled double platinum debut LP by releasing their Acoustic Anniversary Album and heading on tour. Dubbed AAA the album is a collection of acoustic interpretations of fan ...
Secretive ex-billionaire donates final dollars to education - Northern Star
AS A businessman, Chuck Feeney was remorseless in his pursuit of profit, squirreling away his fortune in tax havens and always driving a hard bargain. Having achieved a cash pile of some $7.2bn, he has been no less assiduous in giving all of it away.
Ipswich gives Abbott dismal rating as PM - Northern Star
Anna Hartley Journalist I come from a little town 20km outside of Ipswich called Peak Crossing and grew up in the country. I love the community atmosphere close-knit towns like Peak Crossing and Ipswich have. I firmly believe that everyone has a story to ...
Melling is simply sensational, but Toledo’s too good - Northern Star
RIDING HIGH: Adam Melling from Lennox Head in action at the Trestles Hurley Pro. Rowland ASP LENNOX Head's Adam Melling looked set to carve through competition at the Hurley Pro at Trestles, California, but he's been outclassed by Filipe Toledo in Round 2.