Category: Media

Morrison asked to help Trump

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been dragged into the scandal over the so-called Mueller report into the election of Donald Trump. Australia has confirmed the White House asked the Prime Minister for help. Tom Hainsworth reports.

Journalist Condren is Labor’s new Lord Mayor Candidate

Labor’s new Brisbane mayoral candidate Patrick Condren is already under fire. The former political reporter has admitted he’s unaware how much residents pay in rates, but assures voters if elected, he’ll spend their money responsibly. Tom Hainsworth reports.

Broncos turmoil after record loss

Brisbane Broncos stars, humiliated in their final game, have been soul searching today with admissions that heads could roll. A media circus wanted answers for their devastating loss, but they remain few and far between. Max Melit reports.

War correspondents remembered in historic Parer Place

Media workers killed during front line reporting have been honoured in Brisbane. Army and media officials came together at QUT to pay their respects. Georgia Collings reports.

Royal baby Archie introduced to the world

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, an introduction to the newest royal. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex showed off baby Archie to the world. Chris Smith reports.

RACQ reveals shocking number of service vehicle near misses

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.

Brisbane’s cycling infrastructure in need of a “massive boost”

Twelve thousand cyclists end up in hospital each year. The startling number of injuries has triggered calls for new driver education. Alana Riley reports.

Former rugby great in Folau’s corner

Israel Folau’s Rugby career in Australia could be over. An independent panel says his controversial social media posts about homosexuals violated a code of conduct. Chris Smith reports.

Candidates dumped as political leaders prepare for second debate

As political leaders were readying for their second great debate in Brisbane, they both ran into campaign trouble. They’re in damage control over the dumping of party candidates. Adam Ashmore reports.

Political leaders go head to head in debate

Australia’s two biggest political opponents have gone head to head in debate and according to the audience Bill Shorten won. He and Scott Morrison covered a lot of ground, reiterating their strengths and being probed about their weaknesses. Alexis Moran