Category: Entertainment

Broncos player tests positive to a banned substance

The Broncos have been hit with another massive loss, with one of their stars failing a drugs test. Coming just days before the NRL Grand Final, the timing could not have been worse for the code. Jacob Condon reports.

#Hashtag personalised plates launched in Queensland

Do you ever want to say something to the person tailgating your car? Now you can, on your number plate. Lucy McCrossan reports.

Sea to the city is back for its second year

Seafood lovers rejoice. Brisbane is serving up a second course of the dining event, Sea to the City. Tom Hainsworth reports.

Feel Good free fitness classes on offer

Free fitness classes are on offer across Brisbane and they are being promoted as the key to a better quality of life. Lucy Loram reports.

Canberra Raiders ready for NRL grand final

The Canberra Raiders are off to Sydney for the NRL grand final against Sydney’s Roosters. They’re looking for a dream come true. Jasmine Borgeaud reports.

Raiders fans ready for NRL Grand Final

The Canberra Raiders are making the most of the few days they have left before the grand final match against the Roosters on Sunday and Canberrans turned out in droves for the “Fan Day.” Lucy Loram reports.

Parties with reality TV stars planned for Schoolies

Partying in nightclubs with reality TV stars is not what you’d expect to see at Schoolies Week. But a new company wants to make it happen and parents are worried. Jasmine Borgeaud reports.

RAAF jets take to the sky for Riverfire

It may have sounded like thunder or an explosion. But it was an RAAF jet rumbling across Brisbane’s sky today, heralding the coming Riverfire. Elizabeth Neil reports.

Properties unlocked for Brisbane Open House

The veil will be lifted on some of Brisbane’s most historic buildings. 119 properties will be unlocked for the 10th anniversary of Open House. Pagan Blight reports.

Spider senses running rife in new exhibit

If you’re afraid of spiders you should turn away. No not really, these ones are mostly behind glass in a new exhibition at the Queensland Museum. Elizabeth Neil reports.