Category: Human Interest

Australian police to help investigate Sri Lankan terror attacks

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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Businesses gutted after Coorparoo shopping centre blaze

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.

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Ristevski receives nine years for manslaughter

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.

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Drivers urged to “pack their patience” on the roads this Easter

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.

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Boswells Books reaches final chapter

It’s the end of an era for a Brisbane book store closing its doors for the final time today. Boswells Books has been an Ashgrove institution for more than 50 years. Liam Lo Grande reports.

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Drugs and firearms seized in major Gold Coast drug bust

Australia’s organised crime squad has seized nearly a million and a half dollars worth of drugs and firearms. Federal and state police uncovered the haul after stopping a car on the Gold Coast. Brigitte O’Brien reports.

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Local gas production made available for Queenslanders

Good news for consumers of natural gas. You now have a guaranteed supply which is only for sale, right here in Australia. Liam Lo Grande reports.

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Brisbane Lions sell out Gabba blockbuster for their Collingwood clash

The Brisbane Lions are packing out the Gabba for the first time since 2010. Following early season wins very few tickets remain for their Easter Thursday blockbuster against Collingwood. Dom Fay reports.

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Think tank drones down on ways to improve outback health care

The Royal Flying Doctor Service wants to use drones to improve rural health care. It believes they could carry things like snake anti-venom, or even transport patients eventually. Hannah Donnelly reports.

Sick kids get Easter treats

Now a bright light during a dark period for sick kids. They’ve enjoyed a little fun with the Easter bunny and chocolates galore. Shelley Cheng reports.

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