Day: October 15, 2012

Roar thrash Victory

The Brisbane Roar have bounced back from last weekend’s defeat to Perth Glory with a 5-0 drubbing of Melbourne Victory. The champions showed they’ll still be a premiership force this year despite losing their coach in the off season. Myles

New cane to aid visually impaired

A new walking cane with enhanced range could improve the lives of visually impaired Queenslanders. And it’s here just in time for White Cane Day. Emilie Gramenz reports.

Water restrictions could be relaxed in Qld

The Queensland government is considering cutting back and even abolishing water restrictions in Queensland early next year. This move will increase water use and help pay the debt on the South East Queensland water grid. Kendall Wegener reports.

Art exhibition showcases wetlands beauty

It’s an art exhibition with a difference highlighting the importance of Australia’s wetlands. And focusing on how tourism and recreation can go hand in hand with the environment. Bianca Britton reports.

Joyride duo face court

Two teenagers at the centre of yesterday’s high speed joyride have appeared in court charged with several offences. It’s alleged the pair travelled at speeds in excess of 160 kilometres an hour. Michael Kersnovske reports.

Police seize millions in Brisbane raid

Police swooped on a inner city house and self storage building early this morning and uncovered millions of dollars in cash along with drugs and weapons. The raid happened after a routine traffic stop on Sunday night, when a 32-year-old

Snakes on the move

With summer fast approaching, reptile experts are warning residents to be on high alert for an extreme snake season. It comes after a recent spike of bites to pets. Jake Duke reports.

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