In this bulletin, there will be tighter security on the campaign trail after the egging attack on Scott Morrison. Queensland’s peak motoring body is alarmed at how often roadside workers are nearly hit by cars. Twelve thousand cyclists end up …
Day: 8 May 2019
There will be tighter security on the campaign trail after the egging attack on Scott Morrison. He and Bill Shorten are selling their economic and health credentials before a final leaders’ debate. Adam Ashmore reports.
Queensland’s peak motoring body is alarmed at how often roadside workers are nearly hit by cars. The RACQ is urging drivers to take care around emergency vehicles. Tim Lofthouse reports.
Twelve thousand cyclists end up in hospital each year. The startling number of injuries has triggered calls for new driver education. Alana Riley reports.
You’ve heard of driverless cars but how do you feel about driverless surgery? Medical researchers are working on robots, to take the place of doctors. Jessica Rendall reports.
Israel Folau’s Rugby career in Australia could be over. An independent panel says his controversial social media posts about homosexuals violated a code of conduct. Chris Smith reports.
AFL star, Gary Ablett, has maintained his clean record by challenging a one match ban. He faced his first suspension in 328 games. Jessica Rendall reports.
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