Day: October 12, 2012

Oktoberfest begins

Brisbane’s very own Oktoberfest begins tonight. The event runs over two weekends and is expected to attract crowds of over 35,000. Tahnee Dunk reports.

Sevens schoolboy champs underway

The young guns of Rugby took the field in Southport today, for the Queensland Sevens Schoolboy Championships. The championship is the warm-up event for the Rugby Sevens World series, which kicks off on the Gold Coast tomorrow. Mitchell Dunk reports.

Brisbane gets eco-friendly fashion

Forget New York, London and Paris beautiful fashion is right in your backyard. This weekend, Brisbane residents will be treated to a fashion show featuring eco-friendly designer clothes. Alicia Moo reports.

Qld to get tough new anti-hooning laws

Queensland is set to have the toughest anti-hooning laws in the country, with new legislation to be introduced in parliament, later this month. The aim is to stamp out dangerous driving in the state, completely. Roisin O’Brien reports.

Cold-snap hits south-east

Wild weather hit eastern Australia today bringing snow, sleet and chilly winds. Cold south westerlies slammed into Brisbane, while Stanthorpe residents woke up to discover a winter wonderland in their backyards. And two Queensland teenagers have been rescued after being

Plane victims farewelled

A sombre memorial in Brisbane, today this time, for the six people who died in a vintage plane tragedy earlier this month. Family and friends came together in a special place, to pay tribute to their loved ones. Verity Stone

Bali victims remembered at home

Those who perished in the Bali bombings were also remembered in services across Australia. Families and loved ones commemorated the fallen, and promised they would never be forgotten. April Chan reports.

Bali victims remembered

Ten years ago today marks one of the darkest days in our history. Eighty-eight Australians lost their lives in the Bali terror attacks on October 12th, 2002. Political leaders from all sides joined together, to support the thousands of Australians

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