In this bulletin, Canberra has back-flipped on a levy that could have cost taxpayers $400 a year. The Queensland Government is still worried about this year’s flu season. Now it’s extending a free vaccination program to children as young as …
Day: 26 April 2018
Canberra has back-flipped on a levy that could have cost taxpayers $400 a year. The Treasurer says he won’t need to raise the medicare levy half a per cent because of a revenue boom. Courtney McCallister reports.
The Queensland Government is still worried about this year’s flu season. Now it’s extending a free vaccination program to children as young as six months. George Carrington reports.
Police have arrested a man after he allegedly set fire to his own home in Melbourne’s east. The home has been previously raided by police. Milly Dimitrijevic reports.
Brisbane City Council plans to turn Oxley Creek into a world class environmental destination. It’s revealed a $1 million overhaul. Bella Rigley reports.
Queensland has slammed the Commonwealth over reported plans to rip 40 million dollars from state education in the Budget. In a counter move, the State is committing a million dollars more to Gold Coast TAFE. Lucy Czerwinski reports.
There’s bad news and good news for Brisbane motorists. The Story Bridge will close this weekend for maintenance but it won’t cost anything to use the Clem Jones tunnel instead. Elke Bowman reports.
The RSPCA is always keen to adopt out homeless dogs. But now it’s imploring dog lovers not to overlook Terrier, Bulldogs and Mastiff crosses despite their varying reputations. Rory Scott reports.
The NRL has admitted the Dragons should not have been awarded a controversial try in the ANZAC Day clash. The ruling virtually knocked St George-Illawarra out of the game. Kirsty Davis reports.
The headlines, Fourex workers walk off the job again. A bicycle protest that’s opposed by the bicycle lobby in Queensland. And a QUT student gets a major arts gong! QUT Radio News is brought to you by Alice Sinclair and …