In this bulletin, it’s a boy for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Prime Minister Scott Morrison was egged during campaigning today. Unemployment on Brisbane’s northern outskirts is well above the average. Now there’s a new plan to re-skill locals…
Prime Minister Scott Morrison was egged during campaigning today. There was a frantic scuffle between security and a woman protester and bystanders were knocked to the ground. Jessica Rendall reports.
Unemployment on Brisbane’s northern outskirts is well above the average. Now there’s a new plan to re-skill locals and make them job ready. Adam Ashmore reports.
Brisbane ratepayers are to get more greenspace. The Council is buying 750 hectares of bushland from private owners before the end of next year. Bianca Snodgrass reports.
There’s been a staggering new claim about life on earth. Up to one million species are being wiped out and scientists are calling it a mass extinction. Ivy Mullins reports.
One of Australia’s more unusual programs to develop skills amongst the young has arrived in Brisbane. The ship Young Endeavour encourages confidence and teamwork. Tim Lofthouse reports.
Rugby Union star Israel Folau is back in a code of conduct hearing. He’s refused a million dollars to quit the game over a controversial tweet about homosexuals. Alana Riley reports.
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