The headlines… Joe Hockey’s second Budget speech could determine the political fortunes of himself and the entire Abbott Government. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today warned Canberra against any cuts to health or education. Essendon’s drug supplement scandal has again hit the…
Joe Hockey’s second Budget speech could determine the political fortunes of himself and the entire Abbott Government. However the Treasurer was buoyant all day when it comes to the most talked-about financial figure – Australia’s deficit. Bernard Thompson reports.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today warned Canberra against any cuts to health or education. The Opposition, however, says Labor is simply scare-mongering. Tobi Loftus reports.
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Essendon’s drug supplement scandal has again hit the headlines. The World Anti-Doping Agency is appealing the club’s not guilty verdict, just as players were moving on from the saga. Sam Weston reports.
Hundreds of lawyers left the warmth of their beds this morning for the annual Queensland Legal Walk. The march raises funds to provide legal help for those in need. Edwina Seselja reports.
City Hall wants ratepayers to stop illegally dumping rubbish. It’s worried people are abusing the free kerbside clean-up by leaving items on the roadside all year round. Sophie Winter reports.
The millionaire part-owner of Macquarie Radio, John Singleton, has been photographed lunging at a friend and fellow businessman in a Sydney restaurant. But was it all a joke? James Bullock reports.
Many young Queenslanders with physical or mental disabilities had a ball today, taking part in the ‘Best Day Out’. The day involves a little bit of competition and a lot of laughter. Brittney Levinson reports.