At the World Science Festival in Brisbane, robots, rockets and bubbles introduced science to the young and the young at heart, in a free for all. Reece D’Alessandro reports.
Some kids live and breath science. But for others it’s clouded by complex words and confusing equations. The World Science Festival is taking young children back to basics, in hope they will see the light. Annie Pullar reports.
A new survey shows one in three Queensland kids are spending too much time in front of screens. The Cancer Council says it’s placing children at a high risk of obesity and chronic disease. Meg Waller reports.
The Queensland Government’s campaign to stop people using their phones while driving is getting some help. And it’s coming from young people worried that teenagers are killing themselves for the sake of a text. Tianna Balmer reports.
Aviation Australia has opened a state of the art facility at Brisbane Airport to train commercial pilots, cabin crew and aircraft engineers. The new expansion includes a realistic helicopter flight simulator. Laura Rowan reports.
Technology is developing at an increasing rate and one Queensland researcher is using robotic technology to help improve people’s diets. Jacob Miley reports.
The RACQ is warning drivers to be aware of major changes to some school speed zones. The 40 kilometres per hour speed limit may be in force all day long. Madison Scott reports.
The honours system is a way of saying thanks for acts of bravery and courage, but it also recognises the vital work of those behind the scenes, who help organisations like our emergency services to excel. Imogen Kars reports.
Now, the final of our three special reports, on QUT’s new Creative Industries Precinct. We look at how the space measures up for those who use it every day the students and teachers. Adriana Mageros reports.
Bill Shorten used his time in the Sunshine State today, to pledge Labor’s funding commitment to renewable energy. He says it’s the energy of the future. Paxton Roth reports.