Category: National

Brisbane hosts public hearings on nuclear energy

Debate is raging once again over whether Australia should adopt nuclear power. The national public hearings into the controversial energy source, came to Brisbane today. Lawrence Jeffcoat reports.

Fremantle Dockers appoint new coach

Fremantle will start the next AFL season with a new coach. While the Raiders starting line-up for the League Grand Final is shaping up. Jacob Condon reports.

Police officers honoured on national Remembrance Day

Hundreds marched the streets of Brisbane to honour police officers who died in the line of duty. The tribute was part of National Police Remembrance Day. Hannah Burstow reports.

Footy fever on Grand Final Eve

Melbourne was ready to celebrate. Then, it rained on the AFL Players Parade! But another tradition, Grand Final-eve training, was a hot ticket for fans. Sam Wilson reports.

Broncos women’s team gears up for the preliminary final

The Broncos women’s NRL team is gearing up ahead of Saturday’s preliminary final. And they’re a big chance to play in the Grand Final. Kristen Camp reports.

Prime Minister hits back at climate critics

The Prime Minister hits back at critics of Australia’s climate change record. In a major speech to the UN, Scott Morrison was adamant Australia would meet all its climate commitments. Jakob Funk reports.

Drone technology to keep Australians safe

Drones can do all sorts of things, including keeping people safe. Now technology to help them spot crocodiles and protect swimmers, has been unveiled in Brisbane. Sam Wilson reports.

Injuries cause headaches ahead of AFL Grand Final

AFL grand final fever is mounting. Players have just two more nervous sleeps until the Giants and Tigers face off. Georgie Hewson reports.

Brisbane is Australia’s happy place

It’s often said we make our own happiness, and in Brisbane it seems we do a lot of it. A new report has revealed we’re the happiest in the country. Hannah Burstow reports.

ScoMo speaks out on climate change debate

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged Australians not to be too anxious over climate change. His response follows scathing criticism of world leaders from a 16-year-old Swedish activist. Sam Wilson reports.

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