Day: September 25, 2014

Teen terror-suspect ‘may not have acted alone’

In Victoria, police have been placed on high alert following the shooting of terror suspect, Abdul Numan Haider. And they now believe the 18-year-old may not have acted alone. Georgia Terry reports.

Strong security prescence at school summit

The Queensland Government has shown how seriously it’s taking the threat of terrorism with a heavy security presence at today’s Education Summit. Police and private guards patrolled the grounds. Jacob Carson reports.

South east winds up for storm season

As storms moved across South East Queensland this afternoon, residents were being urged to be storm-ready. Today, the city’s latest resource in dealing with disasters was revealed. Sam Smith reports.

International designer uses grass roots style

Fresh from international fashion runways, local designer Suzi Knezovic has returned home with a new wave of ambition. She may be just 19, and five foot two but she’s sky-rocketing in the industry. Nicole Keijzer reports.

Fashion favourite opens doors to Queenslanders

One the world’s largest fashion names has opened its doors for the first time in Queensland. And judging by the reaction of shoppers, the newest Zara store is going to give other retailers a run for their money. Alexandria Scoffell

AFL fans in finals frenzy

AFL fans were at fever pitch today, as Hawthorn held an open training session ahead of Saturday’s grand final. And Swans key forward Sam Reid is officially lined up for the big game, despite his earlier knee injury. Paige Cockburn

NRL blockbuster weekend

NRL fans are preparing for a blockbuster weekend of footy, in Sydney. Both the local derbys will be held at ANZ Stadium the first, this Friday night. Rebecca Thompson reports.

The Lion King roars into town

The Lion King officially roars into Brisbane tomorrow. Today, the cast were getting into character and invited QUT News to a sneak peak at the blockbuster Disney musical. Riana Horner reports.

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