Australia’s leaders are getting down and dirty on the campaign trails. They are attacking each other over taxes. Laura Lavelle reports.
Good news for consumers of natural gas. You now have a guaranteed supply which is only for sale, right here in Australia. Liam Lo Grande reports.
An unseasonal heat wave in Victoria has sparked a fire emergency. Authorities are warning people to take extra care across the Easter weekend. Dom Fay reports.
The Brisbane Lions are packing out the Gabba for the first time since 2010. Following early season wins very few tickets remain for their Easter Thursday blockbuster against Collingwood. Dom Fay reports.
The Broncos are under pressure to turn around their poor start to the season and they want to begin that in Sunday’s clash against the Raiders. Beatriz Alonso reports.
Australia’s major political parties have received a pre-election boost with support for One Nation waning. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten are now trying to bolster support in Victoria. Shelley Cheng reports.
Queenslanders are facing two distinct health issues this year. Flu and measles outbreaks are already worrying doctors. Laura Lavelle reports.
Fire investigators are trying to establish the cause of a blaze in a Crestmead home. They suspect arson. Dom Fay reports.
The traditional Easter road blitz is just around the corner. Police warn they will show no mercy to those speeding, and urge them to watch a new dash cam initiative. Brigitte O’Brien reports.
With more people turning away from meat and animal products supermarkets are beginning to change some staples. This Easter they’re offering new styles of chocolate. Georgie Hewson reports.