There have been two breaking developments in the Sri Lankan terror attack. Islamic State has claimed responsibility, and it’s been connected to the shootings in New Zealand. Meanwhile funerals for more than three hundred people killed are underway. Georgie Hewson …
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Hundreds of thousands of Australian veterans and their families are about to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. And it’s begun with services for students. Tom Robson reports.
The election campaign has moved to the north of Australia, with both parties trying to win over voters in marginal areas. But they’ll have a break on Anzac day. Georgie Hewson reports.
A new survey has revealed serious discrimination against vision impaired people and their guide dogs. Fifty per cent of handlers are regularly denied access to businesses and public transport. Alexis Moran reports.
In Rugby League news, Phil “Gus” Gould has left his job at the Penrith Panthers. He says it was simply time. Tom Robson reports.
And finally what sport do you want your child to play? Parents have been turning away from the more physical contact sports like Rugby League but there’s a big push to get them back. Aleisha McLaren reports.
The Anti Adani protests that swamped Brisbane are moving to the bush. But a convoy to stop the mine may not be very welcome there. Shelley Cheng reports.
Tens of thousands of children have gone back to school, with police renewing their safety blitz. There’s a new focus on the way drivers view school zones. Liam Lo Grande reports.
After an Easter truce campaigning is back on in earnest for the major political parties. The Coalition is wooing small business, and Labor plans to divert billions of dollars into new projects. Brigitte O’Brien reports.
Youth unemployment will almost certainly play a part in the coming election. But according to young people themselves the problem may be bigger than politicians suspect. Beatriz Alonso reports.