Author: Toby Crockford

Super Hornets buzz Brisbane before Riverfire

The RAAF’s Super Hornets buzzed Brisbane’s skyline on Friday, in a flyover practice for Saturday’s Riverfire Festival. They combine with the fireworks for one of the city’s most popular events. Grace Cadden reports.

Tiahleigh’s mother speaks out after charges laid

The biological mother of murdered schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer, says she won’t let the 12 year-old’s death be in vain. Cindy Palmer spoke to the media just days after the girl’s foster father was charged with her murder, and stressed how

Theatre classic making a splash in Brisbane

Rain, rain, and more rain is forecast for the next month at South Bank. QPAC’s production of ‘Singing in the Rain’ opens on Friday night and those in the front seats will get wet! Liana Walker reports.

Turnbull optimistic of defeating IS after US talks

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has wrapped up his visit to the US. On Friday’s agenda, global security and fighting terrorism. Amity Bailey reports.

Redcliffe train line tested and ready to go

The long-awaited Redcliffe Peninsula line is finished, tested and ready to go. Work wrapped-up early on Friday morning after six days of disruption to commuters. James Hurwood reports.

Late injury forces Cowboy out of grand final qualifier

The pressure’s on for the Cowboys, with the grand final qualifier against the Sharks on Friday night at Allianz stadium. Teen sensation Kalyn Ponga has just been announced as a replacement for injured centre Kane Linnet. Melissa Mackay reports.

Police search home as Tiahleigh Palmer’s foster father wakes

Police are again searching the Chambers Flat home of the foster family at the centre of the Tiahleigh Palmer murder case. The foster father Rick Thorburn, is charged with the murder and this afternoon he was transferred to the Princess

Fireworks primed as helicopters put through their paces ahead of Riverfire

On Saturday, Brisbane’s night sky will light up in a fireworks extravaganza, as part of Riverfire. On Thursday, army helicopters went through their paces, in low-level flybys across the city. Madison Scott reports.

Grandmother celebrates 105th birthday

We all know birthdays come along each year, but on Thursday one Brisbane lady blew out the candles on her cake for the 105th time. Noor Gillani reports.

Summer racing carnival bigger and better than ever

The upcoming Summer Thoroughbred Racing Carnival should be the best yet, it promises to offer much more than just racing. Amity Bailey reports.

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