In this bulletin, the ABC is in crisis, with the Chairman of the Board now resigning. A Queensland police officer is fighting for his life after being hit by a stolen car. Fifty per cent of Aussie workers sit down…
The ABC is in crisis, with the Chairman of the Board now resigning. Justin Milne was accused of demanding the sacking of journalists to appease the government. Missy Drage reports.
Fifty per cent of Aussie workers sit down for their job and experts say back problems caused by poor postures, are now a serious health concern. Cynthia Taylu reports.
Queensland’s opposition is again backing a new arterial road connecting Brisbane and the Gold Coast. They say their plan is far cheaper than Labor’s. Kendyl Bailey reports.
Brisbane public servants are up in arms over the latest wage bargaining. They claim they’ve been offered zero per cent. Ysabelle Alesna reports.
The Brisbane skyline will come alive with explosions of colour during the Riverfire event. It has become Queensland’s largest annual public celebration. Brigitte O’Brien reports.
Queensland’s largest bike ride, the Brisbane to Gold Coast Challenge, is just weeks away. And there’ll be one competitor pedalling three, rather than two wheels. Rebecca Durrant reports.
A Queensland police officer is fighting for his life after being hit by a stolen car. He was trying to lay out spikes that puncture car tyres. Isla Stanich reports.
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For the first time a New Zealand Warriors player has won the Dally M Medal. Fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck was then greeted with an emotional Haka as a mark of respect. Liam Clarkson reports.