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Brisbane Comedy Festival: 'a lot more room for humour in City Hall'

Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says there is "a lot more room for humour in City Hall"
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tomic happy to put 2016 controversies behind him

tomic happy to put 2016 controversies behind him
Bernard Tomic has no qualms wiping his hands of a year he would rather forget and, with a reduced schedule next year, is keen to make a fresh start when he opens his season in Brisbane.
SuperSport Also reported by •ReutersSBS

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News video: Pulsing Lightning Strike Captured in Slow-Mo During Gold Coast Storms

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A lightning storm illuminated the dark skies of Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the early hours of Tuesday, December 6. Stephanie Boxsell, from the Gold Coast’s Biggera Waters, was excited to..
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News video: Lightning Storm Strikes South of Brisbane

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A lightning storm illuminated the dark skies of Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the early hours of Tuesday, December 6. The Bureau of Meteorology had warned of severe thunderstorms packing damaging..
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News video: Amy Schumer Apologizes For 'Disappointment' After Cancelling Australian Shows

Amy Schumer Apologizes For 'Disappointment' After Cancelling Australian Shows 00:56

Amy Schumer apologizes for any "disappointment" after cancelling shows in Australia and New Zealand due to her increasingly hectic schedule.
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News video: Amy Schumer Cancels Overseas Concerts

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Amy Schumer, Inside Amy Schumer Sad but true: Amy Schumer won't be heading Down Under this week. Live Nation announced Monday that comedienne will no longer be performing in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney..
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News video: Supercell storms rip across Australia

Supercell storms rip across Australia 01:01

A teenager has been struck by lightning as rotating thunderstorms travel across Brisbane, leaving tens of thousands with no power in Queensland.
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Queensland inmates in court over rooftop riot at Woodford Correctional Centre

BRISBANE, Dec 7 AAP - The high seas is not the only place you can be charged with mutiny, as three Queensland prisoners have found after allegedly staging a rooftop riot.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bernard Tomic happy to put a troubled season of controversy behind him

Bernard Tomic has no qualms wiping his hands of a year he would rather forget and, with a reduced schedule next year, is keen to make a fresh start when he opens his season in Brisbane. The 24-year-old..
S.China Morning Post

Transport Minister open to green Victoria Bridge discussion

The idea of turning Brisbane's Victoria Bridge into the city's newest green bridge with buses, cyclists and pedestrian only has "some merit" Transport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe told Fairfax Media.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Man dies after car hits tree

A MAN has died in a crash after his car hit a tree north of Brisbane.
Courier Mail

Australia v/s New Zealand: Keen on clean sweep, says all-rounder Mitchell Marsh

Australia will not be taking their collective foot off the gas in Friday's third one-day international against New Zealand in Melbourne, despite it being a dead rubber, according to Mitchell Marsh. The..
DNA

Bigger, better and oh, so ‘uncool’

THEY may cop flak for being “uncool” as one of the biggest stadium bands in the world but Coldplay are embracing it and, if last night’s show in Brisbane is anything to go by, they’ve mastered..
Daily Telegraph Also reported by •The AdvertiserGold Coast Bulletin

Brisbane lawyer jailed for stealing $1.8m from deceased estates

A former Brisbane lawyer has been jailed for stealing about $1.8 million from deceased estates to help pay off his large tax debt.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe AgeCourier Mail

Tomic sets himself for fresh start in 2017

Bernard Tomic says he wants to wipe the slate clean in 2017 after a frustrating year, starting at the Brisbane International.
SBS

Tomic targets world top 10 in 2017

BERNARD Tomic is targeting Brisbane International success to kickstart his push towards a top 10 ranking in 2017.
Gold Coast Bulletin


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