In this bulletin, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is resisting calls for Australia to make deeper cuts to greenhouse gas emissions. Some of Brisbane’s most notorious traffic hotspots are in line for a significant upgrade. Australian teenagers love sugary drinks too…
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is resisting calls for Australia to make deeper cuts to greenhouse gas emissions. Instead, he says China should be doing more on the problem. Mr Morrison’s now in New York for a meeting at the United…
Some of Brisbane’s most notorious traffic hotspots are in line for a significant upgrade. City Council’s has announced it is teaming up with Canberra to help bust congestion. Stella Reeve reports.
The state government has admitted it did no economic modelling on its $250 million “cash splash” for public servants. The move has been criticised by drought-stricken farmers and economists say Queensland won’t actually benefit. Georgie Hewson reports.
Australian teenagers love sugary drinks too much. A new study reveals one-in-six teens consume more five kilograms of sugar every year from sweet beverages alone. Federica Willemsen reports.
Brisbane students say they’re being left behind because of overcrowding on buses. More than 2,000 buses skipped their stops just last month because they were too full. Kristen Camp reports.
The Australian Army’s newest toy has been unveiled at Gallipoli Barracks. It’s called “the Boxer.” And these Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles will be built right here in Brisbane. Sam Wilson reports.
Fremantle Dockers star Nat Fyfe has won his second Brownlow Medal. He beat Geelong’s Patrick Dangerfield by six points with Patrick Cripps and Lachie Neale coming equal third. Jakob Funk reports.
The Brownlow might be all about honouring the best and fairest on the football field. But it’s the best and fairest of the opposite sex on show, outside the ceremony. Jessica Rendall reports.
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