Day: September 23, 2010

Delhi deadline approaches

India officials are now on 48 hour’s notice to sort out the growing crisis at the Commonwealth Games site in Delhi. In the latest drama part of a ceiling collapsed at the weight lifting venue adding to existing safety and

Hackers target social media

Social Networking sites and online organisations that store personal details are the latest target for identity thefts. Simply by visiting a website, internet users are potentially at risk. Michelle Thomas reports.

Baby dolphin delights at Sea World

As part of Sea World’s dolphin breeding program, first-time mum Zippa has proven against the odds that dolphins can successfully breed in captivity. Earlier this month the park welcomed a yet to be named baby dolphin and today it was

Cuban dancers take a tilt in Brisbane

It’s not cigars or classic American cars coming from Cuba this week but the country’s world renown National Ballet. Organisers are hoping the company’s performance of Don Quixote will bring a taste of Havana to Brisbane. Matthew Blowes reports.

Tensions build for Titans

Tension’s building for Gold Coast supporters with be the NRL preliminary finals a little over 24 hours away. Queesnland’s hopes rest with the Titans but this afternoon the Rooster arrive in town ready to steal their thunder. Phoebe Clark reports.

Lockdown nerves in lead up to AFL final

Nerves have started to take hold in the lead-up to Saturday’s AFL season-decider at the MCG. Collingwood is favourite to claim an illusive crown but are wary of a Saint Kilda combination spearheaded by Queenslander Nick Riewoldt. Grace Duckham reports.

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