By Laura Daly Today on the campaign trail the Australian Labor Party has promised more money to vocational education and TAFE facilities. Deputy leader of the ALP Tanya Plibersek announced a $40 million plan to build a new campus at…
The keys to improving the lives of Australian children are discussion and evidence. Experts packed a conference in Brisbane today, which coincides with National Families Week. Isabella Magee reports.
Science is taking “paw-sitive” strides for animals. Queensland vets are using 3D technology to diagnose and treat dogs. Brittany Butler reports.
A deputy principal has been suspended for wrestling with a student in school yard brawl. The teacher tackled the student while trying to break up a fight. Grace Desoe reports.
NAPLAN testing kicks off across the country on Tuesday. But a tech-savvy switch to doing it online, hasn’t come without controversy. Isla Stanich reports.
Some lucky students met farm animals of all shapes and sizes at the Ekka showgrounds. The event educates city kids about where their food comes from. Bianca Snodgrass reports.
Queensland’s peak motoring body is alarmed at how often roadside workers are nearly hit by cars. The RACQ is urging drivers to take care around emergency vehicles. Tim Lofthouse reports.
You’ve heard of driverless cars but how do you feel about driverless surgery? Medical researchers are working on robots, to take the place of doctors. Jessica Rendall reports.
Unemployment on Brisbane’s northern outskirts is well above the average. Now there’s a new plan to re-skill locals and make them job ready. Adam Ashmore reports.
One of Australia’s more unusual programs to develop skills amongst the young has arrived in Brisbane. The ship Young Endeavour encourages confidence and teamwork. Tim Lofthouse reports.