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Sharks killed after surfer attack

West Australian authorities have killed two sharks after the attack of a surfer near Esperance. The victim, Sean Pollard, has been receiving treatment in Perth but has lost an arm and a hand. Eliza Buzacott-Speer reports.

Worries over Lytton Road revamp

Plans to upgrade one of Brisbane’s biggest traffic choke points will cost 38 people their homes. Houses on the river side of Lytton Road will be removed to make way for two extra lanes. Marcus De Witt-Ryall reports.

Jazzy plans for G20

The G20 parade is coming to town and to help welcome delegates and their families so is Australian jazz virtuoso James Morrison. He’ll join a group of local musicians at a free concert at the Botanic Gardens Riverstage. Gabrielle Copp

What’s on this weekend

Vanessa Wolfe has a look at what families can do over this coming long weekend.

Hird holds on as Essendon coach

James Hird is still the Essendon coach for now. His decision to appeal the Federal Court verdict over the ASADA drugs investigation put him at odds with his club. But the Essendon board will have further meetings, before deciding Hird’s

Webcke urges workers to stay safe

The importance of taking care at work, has been highlighted at a breakfast in King George Square today. And Rugby League Legend Shane Webcke shared his own story of how a workplace injury impacted on his family. Alexander Heinke reports.

Queensland stars in hollywood blockbuster

The next instalment of Pirates of the Caribbean will be filmed exclusively in Queensland. Locations will include the Gold Coast, the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas and rainforest in the far north of the state. Shelby Waugh reports.

Outback show more spectacular than ever

Snow peaked mountains and Aussie myths and legends will be brought to life in a brand new Queensland production. The Australian Outback Spectacular previewed its newest show, ‘High Country – Myths and Legends’. Eliza Buzacott-Speer reports.

Bail refused in alleged bus assault

A man accused of sexually assaulting a Gold Coast teen on a crowded bus has been refused bail. The man was arrested, after CCTV footage was released of the alleged assault. Mackenzie Lyon reports.

Police start search of Morningside home

Police have begun searching the yard of the Morningside home, where the body of Peter Milos was found. They are still trying to track the murdered chef’s final movements. Bonnie Stevens reports.

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