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# brisbane - Tuesday 18 March, 2014

From TheJournal.ie 10-year-old girl survives shark attack in Australia Beneath The Surface

10-year-old girl survives shark attack in Australia

Paramedics treated the girl at the scene before she was taken to hospital.

# brisbane - Wednesday 18 September, 2013

Miracle escape from speeding train caught on CCTV

Watch the nail-biting near miss in Brisbane.

# brisbane - Tuesday 2 July, 2013

From The Score Wallabies captain James Horwill cleared of stamping charge Lions

Wallabies captain James Horwill cleared of stamping charge

Horwill will now play the must-win third and final Test against the Lions in Sydney on Saturday.

# brisbane - Monday 24 June, 2013

From The Score Lions blow as Paul O’Connell ruled out of tour Bad News

Lions blow as Paul O’Connell ruled out of tour

It’s been confirmed that the Irish lock suffered a broken arm during the game with Australia on Saturday.

# brisbane - Sunday 23 June, 2013

From The Score Tom Court called into Lions squad as Paul O’Connell’s tour is put in doubt Lions 2013

Tom Court called into Lions squad as Paul O’Connell’s tour is put in doubt

The Munster lock suffered an arm injury in yesterday’s Test victory over the Wallabies.

# brisbane - Saturday 22 June, 2013

From The Score Match report: Lions scrape past battered Wallabies in Suncorp thriller 1-0

Match report: Lions scrape past battered Wallabies in Suncorp thriller

Kurtley Beale had two late opportunities to win the game for the hosts, but fell short.

From The Score How the Lions rated in their narrow win over the Wallabies Marks Out Of 10

How the Lions rated in their narrow win over the Wallabies

The tourists did just enough to edge a terrific game down under.

From The Score Irish Lions supporters crack out amazing ‘Waltzing O’Driscoll’ flag Down Under Tricolour Dreamboat

Irish Lions supporters crack out amazing ‘Waltzing O’Driscoll’ flag Down Under

Lions fans will be hoping for yet another virtuoso display from the Irishman.

From The Score ‘Nauseating. Terrifying. The pinnacle of your career’ — Former Lions on First Test thrill Lions 2013

‘Nauseating. Terrifying. The pinnacle of your career’ — Former Lions on First Test thrill

David Wallace and Shane Byrne share their experiences of making Lions Test debuts in South Africa and New Zealand.

From The Score Breakfast with Lions: Sympathy for Quade and Sean’s message for the haters out there Game Day

Breakfast with Lions: Sympathy for Quade and Sean’s message for the haters out there

It’s not a proper tour until Simon Zebo sings. Time to get this thing going, so.

# brisbane - Friday 21 June, 2013

From The Score David Wallace: ‘Real deal’ Zebo could miss his Test chance once Bowe returns Column

David Wallace: ‘Real deal’ Zebo could miss his Test chance once Bowe returns

The former Ireland and Lions flanker feels Warren Gatland did a disservice to Andrew Trimble and Tim Visser by selecting Shane Williams on Tuesday.

# brisbane - Thursday 20 June, 2013

From The Score ‘O’Brien didn’t put a foot wrong but has to watch from the stands’ — Shane Byrne Column

‘O’Brien didn’t put a foot wrong but has to watch from the stands’ — Shane Byrne

The former Ireland and Lions hooker feels Warren Gatland has made a horses for courses selection in Dan Lydiate.

From The Score Beast behind St Patrick’s Day massacre says Wallabies are brown bread New Yawk

Beast behind St Patrick’s Day massacre says Wallabies are brown bread

Alex Corbisiero has a history of mincing Aussies, just ask Tom Court.

From The Score Lions scrumhalf Mike Phillips on shutting down Wallaby wizard Will Genia Magic Mike

Lions scrumhalf Mike Phillips on shutting down Wallaby wizard Will Genia

“Things seem to tick off him,” remarks the Welshman, who teams up with Jonny Sexton on Saturday.

From The Score Heaslip the hero but Murray and O’Brien desperately unlucky to miss Lions cut Love Eight

Heaslip the hero but Murray and O’Brien desperately unlucky to miss Lions cut

The Ireland captain has gone from an original squad outsider to Warren Gatland’s first choice at the back of the pack.

From The Score Genia and O’Connor team up as Australia name side for Lions Test Wallabies

Genia and O’Connor team up as Australia name side for Lions Test

Robbie Deans has named three debutants in a starting XV to be captained by lock James Horwill.

# brisbane - Wednesday 19 June, 2013

From The Score Lions fans unite: Braveheart, dragon, knight and… a leprechaun United Nations

Lions fans unite: Braveheart, dragon, knight and… a leprechaun

We really must think of a more warrior-like national icon to dress up as.

# brisbane - Monday 17 June, 2013

From The Score “Jeanie, this is really going to be something” – First Test buzz building for BO’D Lions 2013

“Jeanie, this is really going to be something” – First Test buzz building for BO’D

The inspirational Irishman caught up with former Wallaby scrumhalf George Gregan in Sydney.

# brisbane - Friday 7 June, 2013

From The Score Former Munster coach Tony McGahan praises fast and furious Lions Once A Red...

Former Munster coach Tony McGahan praises fast and furious Lions

The Aussie, now coaching coordinator with the Wallabies, hopes Queensland Reds can front up to the tourists in Brissbane.

# brisbane - Wednesday 22 May, 2013

From The Score Digby Ioane knee op forces Wallabies rethink on wing Lions 2013

Digby Ioane knee op forces Wallabies rethink on wing

The break-dancer is broken.

# brisbane - Friday 8 March, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Australian police arrest gunman involved in shopping centre threat Queensland

Australian police arrest gunman involved in shopping centre threat

The suspect was shot with rubber bullets and has been taken to hospital.

# brisbane - Wednesday 30 January, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Australians clean up after floods Floods

Australians clean up after floods

As the clean-up begins, some residents complained about dwindling food supplies.

# brisbane - Monday 28 January, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Four dead, dramatic rooftop rescues in Australia floods Australia

Four dead, dramatic rooftop rescues in Australia floods

Some Queensland residents are experiencing their third flood in two years.

# brisbane - Friday 4 January, 2013

From The Score Pick 6: featuring FA Cup action an L.A story and much, much more Pick 6

Pick 6: featuring FA Cup action an L.A story and much, much more

In which six of our writers answer the questions that nobody has even asked.

# brisbane - Wednesday 5 December, 2012

From The Score Don’t look down: It’s Warren G’s slippery Lions ladder Power Rankings

Don’t look down: It’s Warren G’s slippery Lions ladder

Them Welsh lads would want to pull their socks up if they still want to go to Australia this summer.

# brisbane - Monday 22 October, 2012

From The Score Careful now: It’s Warren G’s slippery Lions ladder Power Rankings

Careful now: It’s Warren G’s slippery Lions ladder

Everything a Lions coach needs to size up the international season without putting his ankles at risk.

# brisbane - Saturday 20 October, 2012

From The Score Wallabies end All Blacks’ winning run in draw Bledisloe Cup

Wallabies end All Blacks’ winning run in draw

It was all square in Brisbane after a thrilling finale with Dan Carter missing a last-gasp drop goal attempt.

# brisbane - Tuesday 24 July, 2012

From The Score Wallaby Beale in court on assault charge Court

Wallaby Beale in court on assault charge

The Melbourne Rebels star was allegedly involved in an altercation with a security guard.

# brisbane - Wednesday 2 May, 2012

‘Blind drunk’ tourists fined $1,000 for stealing penguin from theme park

Rhys Owen Jones, 21, and Keri Mules, 20, pleaded guilty to stealing a penguin from an Australian Sea World last month.

# brisbane - Tuesday 22 November, 2011

Australian bank manager: ‘Irish revolutionaries made me rob my own branch’

John Thomas Forrester, 51, said he had been carjacked by two men and injected with poison to force him to rob $40,000 from his bank in Queensland.

# brisbane - Friday 4 November, 2011

From The Score In pictures: Ireland reclaim the Cormac McAnallen Cup in Brisbane Cup Of Cheer This post contains images

In pictures: Ireland reclaim the Cormac McAnallen Cup in Brisbane

Anthony Tohill’s men won the second Test and with it the International Rules Series this morning.

From The Score That awkward moment when Kieran Donaghy pulls your shorts down on TV Short Story

That awkward moment when Kieran Donaghy pulls your shorts down on TV

The Kerry forward embarrassed Laois native and Carlton prospect Zach Touhy after the Series win earlier.

# brisbane - Wednesday 24 August, 2011

From TheJournal.ie House fire in Australia kills 11 people Australia

House fire in Australia kills 11 people

Eleven people, including eight children, have been killed in a devastating house fire in Queensland, Australia.

# brisbane - Monday 20 June, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Rape charges against Irish nurse in Australia dropped Australia

Rape charges against Irish nurse in Australia dropped

Anne-Marie O’Loughlin now hopes to return home.

# brisbane - Monday 18 April, 2011

From The Score View from Oz: another stalemate in the oval Down Under

View from Oz: another stalemate in the oval

Another week, another tie in the footy, writes Neil Sherwin in Perth.

# brisbane - Tuesday 22 February, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Hotel prices in Dublin fall in response to economic downturn Tourism

Hotel prices in Dublin fall in response to economic downturn

Room rates fell sharply in Dublin as they did in many other popular destinations around the world.

# brisbane - Monday 7 February, 2011

From TheJournal.ie In photos: Australia’s summer of disasters Australia This post contains images

In photos: Australia’s summer of disasters

Australia has been struck by tropical storms, heavy flooding and bushfires over the past two months.

# brisbane - Monday 31 January, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Queensland braces for Cyclone Yasi and further flooding Australia

Queensland braces for Cyclone Yasi and further flooding

Storm expected to strike northern Australian coast on Wednesday night, and could bring further significant rainfall for flood-struck region.

# brisbane - Friday 14 January, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Brisbane begins clean-up after €15bn flooding Australia

Brisbane begins clean-up after €15bn flooding

Citizens chip in as the epic clean-up begins, as homes and streets remain caked in thick brown mud.

# brisbane - Wednesday 12 January, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Brisbane evacuations expected to reach thousands (Video) Brisbane

Brisbane evacuations expected to reach thousands (Video)

Evacuations, including animals from shelters and areas affected by the flooding, continue as Brisbane braces for waters to peak.

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