Day: May 9, 2014

Aussie universities leading the way in 3D printed body part technology

By Joseph Cooney Australia is looking to lead the way in the future of medicine, with the Queensland University of Technology offering the world’s first international masters in biofabrication. The field, which includes the 3D printing of replacement body parts,

Public service jobs face budget blow

As Budget Day 2014 draws closer, there is now speculation more than 200 Government programs face cuts. And, thousands of public service jobs could go. Premier Campbell Newman says he’ll stand up for Queensland, if the Abbott Government’s first budget

Bail refused in alleged bus assault

A man accused of sexually assaulting a Gold Coast teen on a crowded bus has been refused bail. The man was arrested, after CCTV footage was released of the alleged assault. Mackenzie Lyon reports.

Police start search of Morningside home

Police have begun searching the yard of the Morningside home, where the body of Peter Milos was found. They are still trying to track the murdered chef’s final movements. Bonnie Stevens reports.

3D printing body parts

Queensland students are set to become pioneers in the 3D printing of human body parts. The University is offering the world’s first course of its kind and will partner with universities in Woolongong, the Netherlands and Germany to offer an

Investigation into poisoned trees

Brisbane City Council is investigating how six large eucalypt trees in suburban Ascot were poisoned. But not all is as it seems. Some residents are suggesting that the trees weren’t killed to increase property values. Brooke Holdsworth reports.

Brisbane’s best bets for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is proving to be a sweet success for Brisbane businesses. Flowers and chocolates are again the perennial favourites for Queensland Mums. Elizabeth Lambert reports.

Viney wins appeal

In AFL news Jack Viney has defied the odd and had his two match ban for a high bump, overturned. The Melbourne Demons player was back on the field today. Cameron Kirby has this report.

What’s on in Brisbane this Mother’s Day weekend

Let’s have a look at what’s on over the weekend. And the River city’s bursting with activities perfect for mums on their special day.

Polar party as Henry turns one

Sea World’s cutest baby has just turned one. And Henry the Polar bear cub was in the mood to party. Isabella Cameron reports.