Josh Dugan has been chosen to lead the first Tarocash White Trash XVII in the sport’s newest representative clash is one that officials are hoping will become as tribal as the annual State of Origin series
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Who had a "shaggin' wagon" back in the 70s or 80s? Shaggin’ wagons were basically panel vans, painted in bright colours, fully decked out with a carpeted cargo bay (some had a mattress), a sound system and a built in fridge with murals along the sides, sometimes painted with intricate details. They had other nicknames too such as “sin bins,” “mobile virgin conversion units”, “screw canoes, “Scooby-Doo mobiles”, and “f**k trucks” (you get the drift)! This kind of activity was frequently carried out at the local drive-in. The panel vans would back into the parking bay and everybody knew that “when the wagons a-rockin’ don’t come knockin’”!
Queensland Police pulled over a BMW in Brisbane this morning after witnessing the driver using his indicators.
A QPS spokesperson said, "its unheard of, our traffic officers were suspicious so they decided to do a stop and search."
After discovering that the vehicle was registered, insured, in perfect condition, the driver was sober, held a current drivers licence, there was no evidence of any drugs and the car wasn't stolen, the QPS spokesperson said, "Our traffic officers had no option but to fine him $150 for wasting police time."
It has now been 34 years to the day when 10 year old Bradford Pholi was last seen leaving his home in Warwick Road, Dundas in 1982.
A $100,000 reward remains in place for information relating to his disappearance.
Bradford Pholi was heading to Eastwood Train Station to go to his aunt's house in Newtown, but never made it.
His mother and an unidentified man reported him missing at Eastwood Police Station. His mother later died in 1986.
Police believe that Bradford never made it to the station, but he can't have vanished without a trace.
His brother Bernie and sister Anita, then aged 11 and 13 respectively, have spent 34 years wondering what happened to their little brother - they deserve closure.
Police would like to speak to anyone that may have knowledge of individuals living in that local area at that time who displayed unusual behaviour particularly towards children.
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'While I was singing and dancing and playing piano ... my lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer,' Gosling said, of partner Eva Mendes. Read more: http://ow.ly/KlEn307O9v7
From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much to everyone who has bought, read and recommended #FightLikeAGirl. I keep being told by men that feminism is over (and i'm the reason women are turning away from it) but my book was the second highest selling book at Readings in 2016 - and it didn't come out until the last quarter. I beat JK Rowling!
For a dying movement, it sure is pretty vibrant. Thank you everyone, and thank you to all who have emailed and messaged me to talk to me about how the book has made them feel. All my love to you.