What started as a joke has ended with a Melbourne family making quite a profit on the sale of their home. But the added extra in the deal, is not what you would expect! Mercy Bass Reports.
The musical comedy Spamalot, brings Monty Python’s silliness back to the stage in Brisbane tonight. And QUT News was given backstage access to the award winning show. Carina Nguyen reports.
La Boite Theatre has announced a new Artistic Director and CEO. Chris Kohn says he’s excited and has plenty of vision and passion for the Roundhouse Theatre. Ana Garcia reports.
Sea World’s cutest baby has just turned one. And Henry the Polar bear cub was in the mood to party. Isabella Cameron reports.
Logan City Council has enlisted the help of a conservation canine in a bid to help protect Koalas. Maya, a kelpie cross border-collie, is specially trained to sniff out and identify Koala habitats. Alexandra Connor reports.
Australia’s hottest stars stepped out last night for the 56th annual TV Week Logie Awards. And local designers were favourites on the red carpet. Keira Wallace reports.
A national icon arrived at Melbourne Airport today but not in the way staff or travellers expected. National wildlife volunteers we’re called in to rescue a kangaroo from a domestic terminal pharmacy. Bernard Thompson reports.
It’s pretty common to train dogs and birds, but a young Australian has taken it up at notch training buffalos. The “Buffalo Girls” show travels around outback Queensland putting the four legged beasts through their paces. Liana Bignall reports.
Today is International Talk Like A Pirate Day and while it sounds like a lot of fun, there’s a good cause behind it. It’s all about raising money for sick kids. Rebecca Gillies reports.
Brisbanites are going to the dogs this weekend, at the annual Million Paws Walk. It’s also shaping up as two days of food and fun at the Paniyiri Greek festival and the 100-year-old Brookfield show. Kate Fallis reports.