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“He Fell Into It, Fuck Ya!” Shouts Margot Robbie As Cousin Cops Red Card For High Tackle

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Dressed in a silky black maxi dress with thigh-high slit and carrying a light grey tote bag, Hollywood star Margot Robbie looked every bit one of the world's most bankable new actresses, turning plenty of heads at Brisbane International Airport on Sunday arvo, before jumping into her uncle's commodore and making the two hour...

Sunday Night Shift Manager At Maccas Bringing Back The Ski Jump

STEVE PORTER| Food | Contact There comes a moment in man's life when he comes to a fork in the road - should you just buy a pot of hair gel and surrender yourself to a life of Carlton Draught and $10 steaks? Or should you have one last crack at it? For a 37-year-old McDonald's manager, the choice was easy....

Michael Klim’s New Fragrance Described As “A Bold Mix Of Chlorine And Balinese Cigarettes”

15 August, 2016. 10:30 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact Former Olympic gold-medalist swimmer, Michael Klim's new fragrance "KLIM" has been praised by the Australian men's skincare and beauty industry for it's 'honest, bold and masculine' smell. Mens Health Magazine have given "KLIM" a 9/10 review, as leading health and beauty editor, Bert (56), says the new scent makes you feel like you are...

Local lefty attending farmers market asks why farmers drive such ugly cars

15 August, 2016. 12:34 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact CLUTCHING AN ORGANIC AVOCADO, smelling it for ripeness, Andrew 'Woodrow' Coolidge strode through his local farmers market with one burning question on his tongue. Farmers make a lot of money and most of them aren't afraid to spend it on things they don't really need, so why do farmers drive such ugly...

Teenager Follows Mum Back On Instagram For Her Birthday

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact LEFT WITH LITTLE OPTION, a 13-year-old boy has had to follow his mother back on Instagram after being caught out without a birthday gift this morning. In addition to following his mother's account, Brisbane student Michael Cullinan said he's also about to add her on Snapchat - a recipe, he says, for disaster. "I know that...

Man fast approaching 30 feels he can finally start enjoying Bob Dylan unironically

12 August, 2016. 11:01 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact FACING THE UNTHINKABLE PROSPECT that the people making pop music today aren't making it for people like him, Campbell Gollan says he can finally enjoy Bob Dylan's without feeling like he's got something to prove. The 28-year-old used to entertain the idea that he actually enjoyed listening to the Minnesota-native's when he...

WOW! Caboolture Man Wins $25m Powerball, Spends It Exactly The Way You Imagined

11 August, 2016. 17:15 MERV HARRIS | Lifestyle | Contact The lucky punter that scooped the pool of the entire $25 million first prize on last Thursday night’s Powerball jackpot draw has been revealed as Caboolture water heater salesman Chris Boyce, who is still coming to terms with the massive windfall. The Advocate understands that Mr Boyce bought the winning ticket on his way...

Perth man repeatedly asked if he knows Kevin Parker

11 August, 2016. 13:45 ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact DESPITE HIS FAVOURITE SONG being Slave to the Rhythm by Michael Jackson, Dennis Frogman is constantly asked if he knows Kevin Parker every time he ventures away from Perth. Arriving in Brisbane this morning, the 29-year-old office equipment salesman was greeted by a hotel receptionist, who asked him if he knew the musician...

Katter Proposes New State Flag For Queenslanders That Live Outside Jackie Trad’s Electorate

10 August, 2016. 14:15 CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact A regional Queensland secession ('Rexit') is the next piece of legislation to be introduced into Parliament by the Katter Australia party, as the current State Government continue to impose laws that adversely affect the livelihood of people who don't live in trendy Brisbane suburbs. It is believed this legislation will be supported...

Brisbane Experiences Critical Shortage In Speed Dealer Sunnies With Ekka Ride Operators In Town

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT BP outlets across the River City are today experiencing a rare shortage in the 'speed dealer' model sunglasses usually available at each service station cashier. Toby Odone, a spokesperson for the franchise says that while the servo sunnies have always been top-selling item in their Brisbane outlets, a recent spike in sales can be directly attributed to the arrival of...

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