Day: May 11, 2012

Murdered mother laid to rest

Hundreds gathered at St Paul’s Anglican Church at Ipswich today to farewell 43-year-old mother Allison Baden-Clay. The crowded church was a testament to the many lives and hearts that Allison touched. Danika Ferguson reports.

Baden-Clay investigation continues

Police are still investigating how Allison Baden-Clay met her fate. The focus is on a roundabout in suburban Kenmore and the route leading to where the mother of three’s body was found 11 days ago. Tess Lawrence reports.

Abbott accused of class warfare

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott continues to criticise the Federal Government’s budget saying welfare increases could be scrapped if the Coalition was in power. Treasurer Wayne Swan has hit back, saying Abbott is engaging in class warfare. Jane Schon reports.

New Archbishop energised by Brisbane

Brisbane has welcomed its new Catholic Archbishop, Mark Coleridge. Hundreds gathered at St Stephen’s Cathedral in the CBD today to witness his installation. Emilie Gramenz reports.

Electric drives the way

The RACQ have put an electric car to the test to see how it performs as an ordinary family vehicle. But dealers say it will be 10 years before cars like the Mitsubishi i-MiEV become popular. Patrick Wright reports.

Mum’s the word

It’s every mother’s special day this Sunday. So we sent Rebecca Cox out to get the best tips for you, on how to spoil your mum.

Qld teams hopeful

The Broncos are looking to consolidate their top-four place in the NRL table, when take on fellow competition heavyweights Manly at Suncorp. While in AFL Hawthorn’s Steven Gilham will make a return this week, but other players will sit out

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