Day: 24 September 2012

Queensland on fire alert

Fire authorities are continuing to monitor large grassfires in Queensland’s northwest. While no homes are under immediate threat the blaze serves a timely reminder for the whole state, as we enter bushfire season. Zac Street reports.

Baden-Clay case back in court

The case involving the alleged murder of Allison Baden-Clay was back before the Brisbane Magistrates Court today. Gerard Baden Clay is charged with the murder, a date has now been set to begin hearing evidence from witnesses. David De Witt

Fisherman dies in boating accident

A body has been found in Moreton Bay, during a search for a 61-year-old man, missing after he fell from a dinghy. Water Police and the Coast Guard had carried out a full scale search for the man, last night

Family plea for missing Melbourne woman

Police fear missing ABC radio employee, Jill Meagher, has met with foul play. She was last seen walking along Sydney Road, Brunswick, early on Saturday morning. Matt Willms reports.

State hosts holiday fun

The first day of school holidays has seen Brisbane full of activities to entertain the kids. The Redbank Rail Workshop is hosting Circus Train, while the Maritime Museum is catering to all the little pirates out there. Emilie Guillemain reports.

Mumford cleared of charges

Swans ruckman, Shane Mumford, has been cleared to play in this Saturday’s AFL grand final. The match review panel rejected allegations that he targeted Chris Dawes’ injured knee, during the preliminary final against Collingwood. Rachel Kramer reports.