Month: September 2013

Two men charged over bikie brawl

The Queensland Government has announced tough new laws to crack down on criminal gangs in the state. The move comes after two men were arrested over a violent bikie brawl on the Gold Coast on Friday night. Luke Rutledge reports.

Brisbane real estate market on the rise

Brisbane’s real estate market is on the rise, following a slump in the years after the Global Financial Crisis. Auctions are showing the biggest growth in the current market. Martyna Kulczyk reports.

Take a month-long coffee break

We’ve had dry July, next Octsober and then Movember, but tomorrow is the start of another fund raising month. It’s called The Coffee Break Project it’s been going for three years, urging people to go a whole month without coffee.

Qlders recognised at Pride of Australia awards

Recognition today for everyday Queenslanders who are making extraordinary contributions to the community. They’ve won Pride of Australia awards for being selfless, inspiring and courageous. Maritza Munoz reports.

Hawks celebrations continue

Hawthorn continues to bask in the glory of Saturday’s AFL Grand Final win. At the same time, the man who would coach the Brisbane Lions back to glory, faced the media today. Dom Beattie reports.

Roosters face Eagles for Grand Final clash

The Manly Sea Eagles have officially begun embracing the hype of grand-final week by facing the media at Brookvale oval. Their Grand Final rivals, the Sydney Roosters, headed down for a recovery session at Bondi. Anya Simonsen reports.

Speedy serve of tennis

Tennis Australia is on the search for the nation’s fastest server. At Carindale today, the AO Blitz clocked the speeds of shoppers to see if Brisbane has what it takes. Eliza-Jane Mann reports.

Officer shot after Gold Coast hold up

Another Queensland police officer has been shot, while on duty. Sergeant Gary Hamrey is in a serious condition in hospital, after being shot in the head on the Gold Coast this morning. He was responding to a hold up, when

Police remember officers lost

Police officers and their families have gathered today to pay tribute to their fallen comrades. National Police Rememberance Day acknowledges the sacrifice of 140 officers who have died in the service since 1861. Imogen Baker reports.

Health boost for Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is finally getting its new hospital. It’s to be called the Gold Coast University Hospital and will not only provide medical care but also act as a medical training facility. Harriet Harvey reports.