Day: October 14, 2014

Premier in campaign mode

The State election’s months away but the Premier is well and truly on the hustings. This afternoon, he presented a special award to a train guard who was allegedly racially abused. Meanwhile, Mr Newman’s old foe in Ashgrove, Kate Jones,

Flick the tick

Calls today for the Heart Foundation to ditch its “Tick of Approval” program. Protestors have already collected more than 54,000 petitions. And they say, there’ll be no tick from them, until the Foundation makes major changes. Francis Dela Cruz reports.

NEXT up, the G20

Little more than a month out from the G20 Summit, Brisbane’s new multi-million dollar Next Hotel, has just opened. The city is gearing up to accommodate thousands of visiting leaders, their entourages and media from around the world. Saffi Kerezsy

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Abbott to shirt-front President Putin

Tony Abbott’s promise to “shirt-front” President Putin when he’s here for G20, has received worldwide coverage. Some have praised the PM, while others believe it was a stupid comment, and could have serious consequences. Celeste Skinner reports.

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Flashing lights for school zones

The State Government is pushing ahead with a $10 million campaign to save lives in school zones. Motorists approaching Newmarket State School will now be warned to slow down, with highly visible flashing lights. Kane Burgess reports.

A super cheap ad

Six QUT film students have won $20,000 after creating a new ad for Supercheap Auto. As part of the prize they had their ad broadcast to the two million viewers of Bathurst on the weekend. Lucy Smith reports.

A purr-fect deal

What started as a joke has ended with a Melbourne family making quite a profit on the sale of their home. But the added extra in the deal, is not what you would expect! Mercy Bass Reports.

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