Category: Media

Queensland Rail to undergo a new round of improvements

Queensland Rail will undergo a new round of improvements to make travel safer and easier. Included will be an upgrade of 10 stations and more drivers. Mark Zita reports.

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Australians fall victim to revenge porn

By Zarisha Bradley Produced for online by Elisabeth Moss One in five Australians have fallen victim to “image-based abuse”, commonly known as revenge porn, a joint study by Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Monash University has found. The research showed

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A 40-year-old ICE addict’s road to recovery

Andrea Simmons had the perfect life. “I had the boat, the houses, the cars, the perfect kids and I always kept it together,” she says. That was all before she became an ice addict. Written by Annie Pullar

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Rural Australians seeking better mobile coverage funding

By Laura English Produced for online by Natalie O’Brien   The Palaszczuk government is backing farmers and calling on the Turnbull government to fund the Mobile Black Spot Program in the budget. The program aims to bring more mobile coverage

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Outstanding Queenslanders honoured in OAM ceremony

Outstanding Queenslanders have been honoured at Government House. The annual event recognises extraordinary achievers in all walks of life, including athletes and journalists. Harrison Bain reports.

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Lord Mayor addresses nation’s Big Issue

‘The Big Issue’ is 20 years old today. The magazine’s anniversary edition includes an extra 28 pages, highlighting key achievements over the past two decades. Keira Wallace reports.

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Dami Im stuns fans and shows she still has the X-Factor

Australia’s Eurovision star Dami Im, returned home to a sea of cheering fans at her former high school, John Paul College. The songstress dazzled the crowd, performing the hit song that won her second place in Sweden. Julia Wighton reports.

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Another day, another backflip on the campaign trail

Another day on the Federal campaign trail and another day of backflips, faulty memories, and emotion. Malcolm Turnbull was in central Queensland talking dams, while Bill Shorten campaigned in the Top End. Hannah Kotaidis reports.

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Inala targeted for controversial Struggle Street series

The national media spotlight is about to shine on Inala, but not everyone’s happy about it. The Brisbane City Council is refusing to co-operate with SBS, after the broadcaster decided to focus on the suburb for its controversial Struggle Street

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Dami Im a favourite for Eurovision win

Australia’s Dami Im at Eurovision

A stunning semi-final performance has secured Australia’s Dami Im, a spot in the Eurovision final. The singer performed her song, ‘The Sound of Silence’ on the world stage this morning. Kayla Plunkett reports.

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