Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reiterated his commitment to Queensland in Brisbane today. But his message of ‘jobs and growth’ was interrupted by a Coalition MP dropping the f-bomb. Marisa Kuhlewein reports.
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A Brisbane company is claiming line honours in the race to make the world’s first commercially available solar-powered car. Their company has unveiled a racing version, for next month’s Darwin to Adelaide solar challenge. Tim Shepherd reports.
Victoria’s Premier has introduced a bill to Parliament, calling for legal euthanasia. If passed the bill will allow the terminally ill to access lethal medication, with stringent requirements. Georgia Garland reports.
Ipswich Road at Annerley has been named Brisbane’s most hazardous road. But in an annual crash index, car insurer AAMI lists plenty of other hot spots. Kate McCormack reports.
The rising cost of treating cancer is stopping more patients from seeking help. The Queensland Cancer Council warns many more will die unless treatment is cheaper. Rebekah Box reports.
A Canberra woman claims she has been fired from her job for voting ‘no’ in the same sex marriage plebiscite. But her former employer has defended the sacking on Facebook. Tim Shepherd reports.
In sport, the Matildas have made it three in a row defeating Brazil three goals to two in the latest encounter. Rising star, Sam Kerr scored a double. Robert Lutton reports.
A new service has been set up to feed some of Brisbane’s most needy. More than 270 meals will be delivered to local families. John Hui reports.
A plea from the parents of a little girl who died from the effects of the flu – make sure your kids are immunised. Health authorities today reminded parents that this year’s flu season is far from over, and may …