Police are urging motorists to take it easy over the Easter break, after a fatal crash in Toowoomba this morning. The RACQ says drivers should “pack their patience” as major highways are bought to a standstill. Hannah Donnelly reports.
There’s a cause for “shell-ebration” at Sea Life on the Sunshine Coast. Their latest patient a Green Sea Turtle has just been released after several weeks in rehab. Brigitte O’Brien reports.
With the largest road cycling event South East Queensland has ever undertaken just a few weeks away, the hype around pedalling road users is at an all-time-high. But the number of aggravated incidents targeting cyclists is also on the rise,…
The State Government is pushing ahead with new plans to focus on eco-tourism. It’s hoping to build three new bushwalks across the state to attract tourists to see more of Queensland’s natural beauty. Tom Fleming reports.
This weekend, Brisbane’s newest and currently tallest building will open its doors for a rare public viewing. The 91-storey behemoth will be Australia’s largest residential building. Liam Kennedy reports.
A maintenance supervisor at Dreamworld has told an inquest the button which could’ve prevented the fatal accident that killed four people, wasn’t checked. Stephen Murphy says he’d never pressed the button and was unsure what it actually did. Tom Fleming…
Bribie Island is best known as a quiet region north of Brisbane with an idyllic lifestyle and beachside getaways. But speedy tourists and congestion are causing headaches for locals. Laura Daly reports.
Sydney’s international Airport went into full emergency mode this morning. A Boeing 787, carrying more than 200 people, sent a ‘Mayday’saying it could run out of fuel. Laura Lavelle reports.
Ticket sales have opened for the biggest event in the Queensland tennis calendar. A star-studded player lineup for the Brisbane International is now confirmed. Many matches are expected to sell out. Amy Wilson has more.
Australia is to provide $5 million and medical staff to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami. More than 1200 people are now believed dead. Norma Hilton reports.