Day: May 14, 2012

Snake bites increasing due to sudden change of weather

By Namrata Pingle, edited by Raisa Sugandi Snakes should be an unusual sight in Brisbane backyards at this time of the year but there has been an increase in the number of snake sightings despite of the winter weather is

Queensland may be home to new navy base

By Danika Ferguson, edited for online by Sarah Richards Brisbane has been identified as a strategic location for our nation’s naval base, but the financial benefits of the controversial decision are under scrutiny.

LNP to make history tomorrow

By Tess Lawrence, edited for online by Sarah Richards Queensland’s new-look Parliament will officially be sworn in tomorrow, just under two months after the Liberal National Party’s landslide win in the state election.

State Government’s plans to legalise bat culling “a joke”

By Alexandra Schultz The State Government’s announcement to legalise bat culling has been labelled “a joke” by  Bat Conservation and Rescue Queensland.

Manchester City prevail in epic final day

By Sam Canavan, edited for online by Nicholas Chin Remarkable scenes flowed through Manchester overnight on the final day of the English Premier League, as Manchester City clinched the title with a thrilling comeback 3-2 win over relegation threatened Queens

Experts divided over peak oil debate

By Jorge Branco, edited for online by Sarah Richards Prime Minister Julia Gillard might be polling badly, but the latest scientific research backs her government’s controversial carbon tax.