Fire ants are continuing their relentless invasion of Brisbane. Now local residents are being urged to help eradicate the pest. Cayla Marchant reports.
Month: May 2017
With one week to the Federal Budget Queensland is upping the pressure. They want Canberra to support Brisbane’s cross river rail link demanding proper cost sharing, for the huge infrastructure project. Emily Kuehner reports.
Special speed warning signs introduced three years ago around Brisbane, are being hailed a success. They were designed to raise awareness about speeding in suburban streets. Maudy Veltema reports.
The Cancer Council wants a ban on all smoking in CBD green spaces. Brisbane’s Lord Mayor won’t commit to the move, saying Council has to monitor current smoke free laws. Harrison Bain reports.
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In today’s bulletin, fee hikes are going to hit University students following the Government’s changes to higher education. Queensland’s attitude to shopping on Public holidays is under fire. Queensland’s producers hard hit by Cyclone Debbie are hoping a yearly festival …
Fee hikes are going to hit University students following the Government’s changes to higher education. Charges could go up several thousand dollars, with some HECS debts as high as $75,000. Jenny Archdall reports.
Queensland’s attitude to shopping on Public holidays is under fire. Many Brisbane residents were angry that only one major supermarket was open on Labour Day, and that was because it was on federal land at the airport. Melissa Mackay reports.
Queensland’s producers hard hit by Cyclone Debbie are hoping a yearly festival will boost sales. It will be held in July, but already farmers are urging foodies to support them at the Regional Flavours Festival. Maudy Veltema reports.
Sea World has welcomed a very rare birth with two cuddly polar bears. They’ve bred successfully before. But never twins, and staff are delighted. Annie Pullar reports.