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New study says red meat poses no health risks

It seems red meat isn’t as bad for you as previously thought. That’s the finding of a world wide study, yet some nutritionists are still advising caution. Lawrence Jeffcoat reports.

Sea to the city is back for its second year

Seafood lovers rejoice. Brisbane is serving up a second course of the dining event, Sea to the City. Tom Hainsworth reports.

Feel Good free fitness classes on offer

Free fitness classes are on offer across Brisbane and they are being promoted as the key to a better quality of life. Lucy Loram reports.

Canberra Raiders ready for NRL grand final

The Canberra Raiders are off to Sydney for the NRL grand final against Sydney’s Roosters. They’re looking for a dream come true. Jasmine Borgeaud reports.

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Free public transport for seniors

In this bulletin, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been dragged into the scandal over the so-called Mueller report into the election of Donald Trump. Drivers are being urged to fill up while they can before fuel prices hit an all

Morrison asked to help Trump

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been dragged into the scandal over the so-called Mueller report into the election of Donald Trump. Australia has confirmed the White House asked the Prime Minister for help. Tom Hainsworth reports.

Fuel prices expected to hit an all time high

Drivers are being urged to fill up while they can before fuel prices hit an all time high. Customers are already paying just under $1.72, in some parts of the south east. Kelseigh Wrigley reports.

Man shot by police after tow truck chase

It began as the alleged theft of a tow truck in Melbourne. Then it escalated into a car chase and the drama on suburban streets ended in a police shoot-out. Lachlan Cross reports.

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