Day: May 26, 2011

Sorry Day for Stolen Generation

National Sorry Day celebrations took place across the country today with memorial services and community gatherings held in honour of the Stolen Generation. The day celebrates the tabling of the ‘Bringing Them Home’ report in Federal Parliament 14 years ago.

Maroons on top after Origin opener

Queensland have survived a fighting comeback from New South Wales to take a 16-12 win in the State of Origin series opener. The maroons are going for their sixth consecutive series win and for Queensland fans the tryline is in

Fairfield back in business

Fairfield Gardens Shopping Centre opened its doors to many excited customers today. It’s taken four and a half months, and millions of dollars to recover from flood damage. Stephanie Scott reports.

Atlas shows impact on Australia

It’s a world first – and home grown. The Atlas of Living Australia cost $64 million to develop. But it means we can now go online and see the impact climate change could have, on our favourite local environment and

Baby saved from burning house

It was a case of being in the right place at the right time. Two tradesmen are being labelled heroes after plucking a baby from a burning house in suburban Melbourne. Frank Carmine has the story.

Lions focus on the Crows

The Brisbane Lions held their final training session today before flying out to Adelaide for Sunday’s match against the Crows. The game shapes as an important one for the Lions as they look to kick-start their fledgling season. Kieran Marsh

Stosur through to third round

Most attention at the French Tennis Open centres on the continued winning run of men’s World number two Novak Djokovic. This has allowed Australian’s Sam Stosur and Anastasia Rodionova to sneak under the radar blasting their way through to the