Festival 2018 is wowing Gold Coast crowds and it’s only halfway through. Holly Parkinson reports.
The Commonwealth Games’ Festival 2018 has seen Surfers Paradise buzzing from the early morning and into the night. Claire Boughey reports.
Elijah Winnington is staying humble after winning Commonwealth Games gold at just the age of 17. The Gold Coast swimmer recorded the fastest split as our men’s four-by-two relay team clinched Australia’s sixteenth gold in the pool. Naveen Razik reports.
There are fresh calls for everyone to see the Commonwealth Games via public transport. Chloe Wilshire reports.
It’s one giant leap for QUT student Henry Frayne at this years Commonwealth Games, as the long jumper prepares for the track and field. Dominic Shumilin reports.
Women of the World is also part of Festival 2018. “Wow” celebrates women from across the Commonwealth. And its message? Girls can do anything. Jorja McDonnell reports.
Indigenous culture took centre stage on the first full day of Festival 2018. The two week program is showcasing the talent and stories of Queensland’s artistic community. Michael McGuane reports.
The Commonwealth Games are now officially up and running and the rain did nothing to dampen the spirits of hundreds of fans who watched the opening event on beach-side screens. Claire Boughey reports.
With more than 6,600 athletes from 71 nations coming to South-East Queensland, and tens of thousands of tourists, it’s no wonder airports around the south-east are chokkas. Ashlee Press reports.
Seventy countries. Three hundred and eighty eight Days. Two hundred and thirty thousand kilometres. From the gates of Buckingham Palace, to the Gold Coast’s golden beaches. The Queen’s baton is now on the final legs of its global tour. Dominic…