In this bulletin, all the latest from the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants a national agreement on how long terrorism suspects can be detained without charge. Queenslanders at risk of chronic disease have a new…
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants a national agreement on how long terrorism suspects can be detained without charge. To tighten security here, he’s also called for a central database of drivers license photos. Bryce Heaton reports.
Queenslanders at risk of chronic disease have a new lifeline. The government has launched a healthy lifestyle program to help prevent conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Ashlee Press reports.
Queensland is moving slowly down the road to electric cars. A local company that makes charging stations has opened a new factory in Brisbane. Dominic Elsome reports.
Cyclists have slammed the new surface of Brisbane’s Goodwill Bridge. They say it’s dangerous when wet, and the government is investigating. Charmaine Mifsud reports.
The Federal Government is now looking at more ways to ensure the security of Australians and prevent terrorism. That is also one of the major issues facing the 2018 Commonwealth Games organisers. Emily Kuehner reports.
A special ceremony was held to mark World Animal Day in Brisbane. Dogs, cats and other creatures at the RSPCA were blessed, to promote animal welfare. Laura Frendon reports.
The headlines, the Federal Government wants the states to hand over every drivers licence photo to the country’s spymasters. A new Brisbane tennis court deemed ‘unsafe for kids’. Why the media gets things wrong with stories like the Vegas gun…