Rugby league great, Billy Slater has switched codes. He’s landed a part time role as a leadership consultant with Saint Kilda AFL team. But, he hasn’t totally deserted the Storm. Aleesha Buckby reports.
The Labor Party has unveiled a $14 billion education plan in a bid to win the next election. It says it’s the biggest ever investment in public schools. Georgie Hewson reports.
Parents in Brisbane’s CBD have more childcare options than ever. A new daycare centre has just opened on George Street. The extra places on offer are helping drive down prices for city Mums and Dads. Leanne Nebe reports.
There is alarming new data on the levels of distress amongst young Australians. One in three young people admit to high levels of psychological distress. Aleesha Buckby reports.
Queensland’s Gold Coast will be home to two giant film productions, each starting work this month. Politicians believe the movie boom will boost jobs and the economy. Anna Graham reports.
Bill Shorten has positioned education at the forefront of Labor’s election pitch. The Opposition Leader has promised an extra $1.7 billion to pre-school education. Claudine Blondeau reports.
Boyd Cordner admits to being nervous about his role as Kangaroos Captain. Particularly after the shock Greg Inglis dismissal. Alice Leggett reports.
Queensland’s Emergency Services have unveiled a strategy for using volunteers in natural disasters. Thousands of residents may be asked to help during floods, fires and severe storms. Liam Morton reports.
Union members marched at all major Australian airports today, rallying against poor working conditions. Protestors say reduced hours, low pay and split shifts are affecting aviation security. Laura Lavelle reports.
Greg Inglis has been suspended for Australia’s two-Test tour of New Zealand after being charged with drink driving and speeding. Earlier Inglis fronted the media but didn’t stand down. Amy Wilson reports.