By Alicia Moo A new commercial building comes as the latest development breathing new life into the historic inner northern suburb of Hamilton was officially opened today.
Author: Alicia Moo
Queensland today became the 5th state to commit to proper care for the disabled. Premier Campbell Newman signed up for the National Disability Insurance Scheme with the Prime Minister, in Brisbane today. Sarah Orr reports.
Home owners, small businesses and retailers are the winners from the Reserve Bank’s cut to official interest rates. The cuts are aimed at softening the impact of the high Australian dollar. Whitney Angell reports.
A new flu strain could hit Australia this winter sparking fresh concern that an outbreak will lead to more cases of potentially deadly pneumonia. In response, the Lung Foundation of Australia is encouraging people to get vaccinated with their ‘Love …
V8 supercar drivers got behind a campaign it hoped may help reduce Queensland’s spiralling road toll. They pledged their support to Fatality Free Friday, held nationally on May 31st this year. Bernadette O’Connor reports.
Some more of Queensland’s most outstanding citizens were honoured at Government House today. They received awards from Governor Penelope Wensley for their high achievement and contributions to the community. Harrison Orchard reports.
The Brisbane Lions eagerly anticipate the return of midfielder Simon Black as they prepare for Saturday’s match against the West Coast Eagles. And in other news, Scott Prince wins an unusual award for writing a children’s book. Amy Psaltis reports.
By Julia Younger Edited for online by Alicia Moo The reputation of Queensland sport is taking a hammering with the Sunshine State named number one in the country for the use of steroids.
By Georgia Eather Edited for online by Alicia Moo Queensland Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie has announced a shake-up to the juvenile justice system. The shake-up involves harsher penalties, naming and shaming junior offenders, and carrying over juvenile charges into the offender’s …
By Georgia Eather Edited for online by Alicia Moo Queensland is experiencing an over population of cattle causing several cattle to be killed or transferred to southern Australia in an effort to save them.