Queensland fire authorities are preparing for a horror weekend. Strong winds are expected to worsen, which could fan the dozens of fires currently burning across the State. Megan Lincez reports.
Month: October 2012
Next Wednesday will see a major turning point for Queensland’s Police Service. After 44 years of service and Commissioner for more than a decade, Bob Atkinson will officially retire. In this profile he speaks about the highs and lows of …
The Murray-Darling Basin could be set for an injection of both water and funding in a new plan announced today. The multi-billion dollar plan is designed to conserve the river system known as Australia’s “food bowl.” Jacqueline Allen reports.
A helping hand in Brisbane today for struggling jobseekers. The Federally-funded Jobs and Skills Expo is an intitative sparked by the recent spate of public service redundancies. Zoe Bos reports.
The Western Sydney Wanderers are coming to Brisbane tomorrow night, and they’re desperate for a win. And the question everyone’s asking: whether the Brisbane Roar can rise to meet that challenge. Maritza Munoz reports.
The parents of Daniel Morcombe are planning to make an official request for the release of their son’s remains. A big crowd of supporters turned out for this morning’s Walk for Daniel on the Sunshine Coast. Mikaela Aitken reports.
Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan was in Brisbane today to roll out the city’s first fibre optic cable. But he faced a barrage of questions about the Government’s company and mining taxes. Mikaela Aitken reports.
There’s more pressure on the Federal Government to distance themselves from embattled MP Craig Thomson, after his home and office were raided yesterday. The MP’s lawyer is now threatening legal action against anyone who defames his client. Megan Lincez reports.