Brisbane residents woke to the sound of explosions and cries for help this morning, as a fire tore through an inner city boarding house. A nearby aged-care facility was forced into evacuation as the fire spread. Jessica Rendall reports.
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Former US policeman Mohamed Noor has been found guilty, of murdering Australian woman Justine Damond Ruszczyk. He faces up to 25 years in prison, but is more likely to serve 10. Leanne Nebe reports.
There’s a new high school coming soon to Brisbane’s inner-city. The difference is, it’s a “vertical” school, with classrooms spread across 10 floors. Annie Peng reports.
The Rabbitohs and Broncos are gearing up for their controversial clash at ANZ Stadium. Meanwhile in the AFL, the Giants have snatched up a star. Tom Robson reports.
Australia’s two biggest political opponents have gone head to head in debate and according to the audience Bill Shorten won. He and Scott Morrison covered a lot of ground, reiterating their strengths and being probed about their weaknesses. Alexis Moran …
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is in crisis again. Senate candidate, Steve Dickson, has resigned over footage of him in a strip club. Luca Ikesu-Ling reports.
Queensland’s peak motoring body has warned that road conditions are costing lives. The RACQ says many roads are simply underfunded and over-used. Tom Robson reports.
Even with more funding and perfect roads, teen drivers have been warned to take care. In fact some students have been scared straight in the latest driver education courses. Aleisha McLaren reports.
Rugby League and the Broncos are gambling on a rising talent for their game against South Sydney. It will also be a big day for a club star. Dominic Elsome reports.