After an Easter truce campaigning is back on in earnest for the major political parties. The Coalition is wooing small business, and Labor plans to divert billions of dollars into new projects. Brigitte O’Brien reports.
Youth unemployment will almost certainly play a part in the coming election. But according to young people themselves the problem may be bigger than politicians suspect. Beatriz Alonso reports.
Australian police are to help in the investigation of the Sri Lankan terror attack. An Australian mother and her 10-year-old daughter are among nearly three hundred people who were killed. Laura Lavelle reports.
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The Israel Folau controversy has crossed codes. One of AFL’s greats is now paying the price for supporting the Rugby Union star on social media. Georgie Hewson reports.
In this bulletin, businesses have been left gutted and owners’ livelihoods destroyed after a blaze at Coorparoo in the early hours. A man is recovering in hospital after he was shot in the hip at Logan this morning. Police are…
Business have been left gutted and owners’ livelihoods destroyed after a blaze at Coorparoo in the early hours. It’s understood the fire began in a liquor store, before it quickly spread across the entire complex. Georgie Hewson reports.
A man is recovering in hospital after he was shot in the hip at Logan this morning. In a strange twist, the 29-year-old was unaware of his injuries stopping into a convenience store for a slushie before he collapsed. Beatriz…
It’s been revealed that the 2019 election will cost taxpayers three-hundred-million dollars. The electoral commissioner says that’s good value, working out to about eighteen dollars per voter. And on the campaign trail, both Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten had economic…
Borce Ristevski has been sentenced to nine years jail, for the manslaughter of his wife Karen. But he could spend just a few years behind bars. Laura Lavelle reports.
Police are urging motorists to take it easy over the Easter break, after a fatal crash in Toowoomba this morning. The RACQ says drivers should “pack their patience” as major highways are bought to a standstill. Hannah Donnelly reports.