Day: October 20, 2016

Tostee walks free

Gable Tostee has been found NOT guilty of murder… or manslaughter. The 30 year old was besieged by media as he left the Court this afternoon, a free man… …His lawyer by his side.

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Sydney FC into cup final

In Soccer… Sydney FC is the first team through to the FFA Cup final. The A-League heavyweights beat Canberra Olympic last night. Kate Lavrencic reports.

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DFAT red-faced over travel costs

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade flew more than 20 staff to Paris in business class to discuss saving money. There have been reports that the total cost of the trip was around 215 thousand dollars. Molly Houseman reports.

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Snake catchers busy as weather warms up

A recent bout of warm weather is bringing snakes out of hibernation well before summer. Experts are warning Brisbane residents to be on alert. Josh Martin reports.

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Supercars about to rev up Surfers

Final preparations are under way for one of the Gold Coast’s biggest events of the year. The GC 600 supercar championships are on at Surfers Paradise this weekend. Emma Francis reports.

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NRL: Properties raided in Parramatta salary investigation

Sydney police have raided the properties of four NRL player agents. It’s part of the ongoing investigation into the Parramatta salary cap breach scandal. Elisabeth Moss reports.

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Speedy delivery of speeding fines

Next time you’re fined by police, the infringement notice could arrive by text or email. But police admit the move to E-ticketing could pose some cyber-security risks. Ashleigh Dwan reports.

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Tostee jury finally reaches a verdict

It was a busy day in the Gable Tostee murder trial. The jury had more questions for the trial judge… They reached their verdict… Then a social media drama erupted. Reporter Joseph Ogilvie was in court as events unfolded.

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Hopes pioneering research will boost bee population

Australia’s lucrative bee industry is under attack with populations declining. But a QUT student is pioneering research to keep the ninety two million dollar industry free from disease. Zarisha Bradley reports.

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