There are celebrations across Libya tonight following the death of Muammar Gaddafi. Rebel freedom fighters shot the former leader after he was found hiding in a drain in his home town of Sirte. We warn viewers may find some of …
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Western Queensland has been declared a disaster zone after bushfires burned out more than 300,000 hectares of grazing land. And it’s not much better to the State’s north, with record rain causing havoc there. Ellie Whitton reports.
LNP treasurer Barry O’Sullivan has been caught on tape intimidating and swearing at a candidate. The interview between Mr O’Sullivan and Cairns businessman Paul Freebody was secretly recorded in March. Amity Neumann reports.
Queen Elizabeth has marked her third day in Australia by formally receiving Prime Minister Julia Gillard at Government House in Canberra, before meeting with Opposition leader Tony Abbott. She will be in Brisbane on Monday, and preparations are already underway …
The housing crisis is forcing more young Queenslanders to stay in their family home for longer. And experts say the trend is having an impact on both parents and their adult children. Naomi Lynch reports.
The Gold Coast 600 roared into life today. Mark Winterbottom steering his Ford into the lead during today’s practice session. Vivien Von Drehnen reports.
The Wallabies are preparing for their last match in the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand tonight. Meanwhile, the All Blacks are bracing for Sunday’s final clash against France. Rachel Riley reports.
The RAAF has welcomed four new aircraft to its Super Hornet fleet. And to celebrate the new arrivals a mass formation flyover was staged over South East Queensland. Maddison Nunn reports.
Commonwealth Ombudsman Allan Asher has resigned following Federal Government concerns over his impartiality. Mr Asher has been under pressure since he admitted he scripted questions for a Greens senator at a budget estimates committee hearing in May. Rachel Riley reports.
Thousands of people gathered in Canberra today to greet the Queen and Prince Phillip on the first full day of their Australian tour. The royal couple cruised Lake Burely Griffin before attending the Floriade Flower Show. Vivien Von Drehnen reports.