Category: Sport

New Mayor promises more greenspace for Brisbane

Brisbane ratepayers are to get more greenspace. The Council is buying 750 hectares of bushland from private owners before the end of next year. Bianca Snodgrass reports.

Folau hearing continues

Rugby Union star Israel Folau is back in a code of conduct hearing. He’s refused a million dollars to quit the game over a controversial tweet about homosexuals. Alana Riley reports.

Broncos smashed by Bennett’s Rabbitohs

The Broncos are in all sorts of trouble after another loss. They were thrashed by Wayne Bennett’s Rabbitohs, thirty eight to six. Dominic Elsome reports.

The Storm give Smith a green card for Origin

The Melbourne Storm coach has backed the growing push for Cameron Smith to return to State of Origin. Craig Bellamy says Smith should answer an SOS from the Maroons. Adam Ashmore reports.

Bennett and Seibold go head to head

The Rabbitohs and Broncos are gearing up for their controversial clash at ANZ Stadium. Meanwhile in the AFL, the Giants have snatched up a star. Tom Robson reports.

Dearden to debut with the Broncos

Rugby League and the Broncos are gambling on a rising talent for their game against South Sydney. It will also be a big day for a club star. Dominic Elsome reports.

Broncos celebrate first win in four games

Last year’s AFL premiers, the West Coast Eagles, have slipped out of the top eight after a big loss to Geelong. In League the Broncos and the Knights celebrate long-awaited victories. Tom Robson reporting.

Broncos remain hopeful for a victory against the Sharks

The Brisbane Broncos are hoping to take a bite out of the Sharks as they struggle to shake off their recent form. While the Lions prepare to go to battle with the Gold Coast Suns. Tom Robson reports.

Penrith’s Phil Gould leaves the Panthers

In Rugby League news, Phil “Gus” Gould has left his job at the Penrith Panthers. He says it was simply time. Tom Robson reports.

Boost in junior numbers signing up to rugby league

And finally what sport do you want your child to play? Parents have been turning away from the more physical contact sports like Rugby League but there’s a big push to get them back. Aleisha McLaren reports.

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