In this bulletin: In an Australian first, the Queensland parliament legalises medicinal cannibis, offering comfort to those with life-threatening conditions. Gable Tostee’s murder trial drawing to a close, as the jury hears his alleged victim Warriena Wright had suffered multiple…
Medicinal cannabis will soon be legal to access in Queensland. State Parliament passed the legislation, the first of its kind in Australia. Those suffering life-threatening conditions have welcomed the changes. Lily Nothling reports.
The final witness in the Gable Tostee murder trial has told the court the victim had 80 separate injuries to her body. It’s the fourth day of the trial into Warriena Wright’s death. Natalie O’Brien reports.
AFL’s trade week continues to surprise. There’s speculation that Lions captain Tom Rockliff may be changing clubs. And Hawthorn has traded a triple Premiership player. Paxton Roth reports.
There are fresh calls for the state government to reconsider its controversial lockout laws. While Fortitude Valley stakeholders are aiming to promote a more positive Brisbane nightlife. Reece D’Alessandro reports.
A bus carrying special-needs students has collided with a tram in Melbourne. Two of the teenagers had to be taken to hospital. Eilish Massie reports.
Queensland may be the nation’s sunshine state, but an ANZ report says things aren’t looking so bright for our finances. And in parliament, the state’s opposition blamed the government for the downturn. Samantha Chariton reports.
The Turnbull government has made an embarrassing procedural mistake. A Minister voted for an amendment, criticising her own government’s tax policy. Labor has seized on the mistake to accused the coalition of losing control over the Lower House. Anisha Mistry…