Author: Tiffanie Turnbull

New mum allegedly stalked before murder

A Wollongong woman found murdered in her home overnight, was being stalked before her death. Kristie Powell had told friends she repeatedly contacted police about her fears, but no action was taken. James Hawes reports.

Stats show P-platers still see the need for speed

The RACQ has revealed shocking new statistics showing many of Queensland’s most inexperienced drivers have been caught speeding. More than 200,000 learner and P-plater drivers have been fined in just a few years. Alice Leggett reports.

Girls night in for cancer fundraiser

It’s a way to raise money for cancer, from the comfort of your own home. The Cancer Council is hosting its annual ‘Girls Night In’ this month. Grab your friends, stay in and donate any money that you would have

Spaniels to sniff out water leaks

In a Queensland first, two dogs have been recruited to work for Urban Utilities. Their job, to sniff out costly underground water leaks. Georgie Nichols reports.

Broncos women win keys to the city

Following their historic Grand Final victory on the weekend the Broncos’ Women’s team has had another major win. The 2018 Inaugural NRLW premiers were honoured for their success with the Keys to the City. Claudine Blondeau reports.

Australia picks Head for all rounder

Australian cricketer Travis Head fulfils his boyhood dreaming of wearing a baggy green this Sunday. Picked to play against Pakistan, Head beat Michael Neser to become Australia’s first choice all rounder. Liam Morton reports.

Plane ‘Mayday’ surprise to passengers

Sydney’s international Airport went into full emergency mode this morning. A Boeing 787, carrying more than 200 people, sent a ‘Mayday’saying it could run out of fuel. Laura Lavelle reports.

Opposition pledges to reform pre-school subsidies

Bill Shorten has positioned education at the forefront of Labor’s election pitch. The Opposition Leader has promised an extra $1.7 billion to pre-school education. Claudine Blondeau reports.

Free green bins ready for summer storms

Brisbane residents are being encouraged to clean up their yards for storm season. The City Council has cut green waste costs for October, so more people can recycle. Norma Hilton reports.

Conjoined twins to be separated as early as next week

Conjoined twins Nima and Dawa Pelden could undergo surgery to separate them, as early as next week. Doctors at Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital are confident they can perform the operation successfully. Liam Morton reports.

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