People who visit the World Science Festival in Brisbane are able to witness one of nature’s most spectacular feats the birth of tiny loggerhead turtles at a controlled environment hatchery. Kurravi Piggott reports.
Medicinal cannabis will soon be legal to access in Queensland. State Parliament passed the legislation, the first of its kind in Australia. Those suffering life-threatening conditions have welcomed the changes. Lily Nothling reports.
There are fresh calls for the state government to reconsider its controversial lockout laws. While Fortitude Valley stakeholders are aiming to promote a more positive Brisbane nightlife. Reece D’Alessandro reports.
Queensland may be the nation’s sunshine state, but an ANZ report says things aren’t looking so bright for our finances. And in parliament, the state’s opposition blamed the government for the downturn. Samantha Chariton reports.
Another surfer is recovering after a shark attack at Ballina. Shark nets are set to be installed around the northern New South Wales coast following the attack. Gizelle Ghidella reports.
The Australian Medical Association says Queensland mums and babies are increasingly being put at risk in births where only a midwife is present. The doctors have urged the state government to intervene. Johnny Tsui reports.
Queensland’s Taxi Council claims the state government is moving to lower the standard of taxi drivers. From now on, they won’t need to pass an English or geographical test. And that applies to all commercial drivers, including UBER. Anisha Mistry…
The first paying passengers were at Kippa Ring Station before dawn this morning to board the new Redcliffe Peninsula train line. On day one of the service, more than two thousand commuters used the line. Lily Greer reports.
The clean up from a violent storm which hit Brisbane’s southern suburbs late yesterday is continuing. Our first storm of the season struck in dramatic fashion, ripping roofs off houses, downing trees and blacking out tens of thousands of homes.…
Getting your motorcycle license will be harder from tomorrow, with new laws taking effect. Road safety experts are worried about the number of motor bike accidents. Patrick Goddard reports.