The Queensland Government is ramping up its attack on bikie gangs, offering large cash rewards as high as half a million dollars for tips that lead to convictions. Meanwhile One of the Bandidos members involved in last Friday’s incident that …
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Hundreds of Queenslanders turned out this morning to witness the first regular Airbus A380 flight into Brisbane. The daily Emirates service from Dubai is set to boost tourism, showcasing the city as a prominent international destination. Elizabeth Lyons reports.
Stories of bravery amid the extraordinary circumstances of a fiery fuel tanker crash have been emerging today. Two people were killed and five injured when the tanker slammed into four cars and a power pole on Sydney’s northern beaches. Luke …
Victoria Cross recipient, Corporal Ben Roberts-Smith, has officially announced he’s leaving the military for a business career. The former SAS soldier has been in the army for 17 years. Eliza-Jane Mann reports.
The lives of those living with cerebral palsy is changing with the help of some unbelievable technology. Sufferers and their families have been interacting and socialising at a five day development camp. Bianca Britton reports.
Brisbane’s own Cooper Cronk has won his first NRL Dally M Medal. Cronk beat three other players by just two points, but there were also some winners and losers on the red carpet. Maritza Munoz reports.
Tennis top guns Serena Williams Roger Federer and Lleyton Hewitt have all agreed to play in next years Brisbane international. The tournament was officially launched today. Martyna Kulczyk reports.
Reports that the Sydney Swans are on the verge of signing Hawks superstar Lance Buddy Franklin have been met with a storm of controversy. Some teams say the deal is rorting the salary cap system, but the Swans are adamant …
We’ve been inundated with cooking shows recently but today a panel of judges felt the heat. At the Brisbane Baking Show they sampled 400 different types of bread, cakes and pastries to find Brisbane’s best. Dom Beattie reports.
Tony Abbott is facing calls from his own party to increase the GST. Western Australia Premier Colin Barnett says Mr Abbott needs to take leadership and make changes across the states. But the Newman Government disagrees. Elise Eyears reports.