Category: World

Thousands of students at Brisbane climate strike

Students have joined forces across the country to demand action on climate change. Thousands of people turned out in Brisbane. Ha-Teya Gripske reports.

Morrison en route to Trump meeting

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is, by all reports, about to be feted in the U.S. He’s preparing for high level discussions with Donald Trump while his ministers talk up the budget at home. Harris Wakeling reports.

War correspondents remembered in historic Parer Place

Media workers killed during front line reporting have been honoured in Brisbane. Army and media officials came together at QUT to pay their respects. Georgia Collings reports.

International pop-culture fest hits Brisbane

Some of Brisbane’s best masters of disguise, called cosplayers are donning their outfits. They’re preparing for what they believe is the pop culture event of the year, Comic-con. Ha-Teya Gripske reports.

Petrol price spike feared after attacks in Saudi Arabia

There’s a major crisis brewing in the middle east after a drone attack on Saudi Arabia. In Australia the initial impact has been on petrol prices. Michael Rodden reports.

Ablett criticised for second high tackle in as many weeks

For the second week running, AFL’s Gary Ablett has come under fire for a tackle and may have blemished his clean record. Brittany Butler reports.

Prince Harry launches 2020 Invictus Games

A glowing Prince Harry has returned to work after the birth of his baby. He left newborn Archie Harrison and his wife Meghan to launch the 2020 Invictus Games. Brittany Butler reports.

Royal baby Archie introduced to the world

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, an introduction to the newest royal. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex showed off baby Archie to the world. Chris Smith reports.

Royal fans celebrate the introduction of Baby Sussex

Brisbane royal fans are still celebrating the arrival of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Adam Ashmore reports.

One million species at risk of extinction

There’s been a staggering new claim about life on earth. Up to one million species are being wiped out and scientists are calling it a mass extinction. Ivy Mullins reports.