The Queensland Reds and Brisbane Lions good form has continued over the weekend recording strong wins. Both sides are enjoying good seasons and are on the right end of their respective tables. Peter Taylor reports.
It’s been more than 40years since steam trains were used as public transport but today Brisbane train travellers were given the chance to hop aboard for a special trip from Ipswich to Shorncliffe. Amy Stewart reports.
Sleeping rough on the streets is not where you’d normally find business leaders. But St Vincent De Paul is asking CEOs to be homeless for a night and raise awareness about the problem. Nicole Sosnowski reports.
Ipswich Council has embarked on an ambitious plan which aims to boost local employment. The project will involve business, government and industry working together to boost the workforce. Kara Butler reports.
Passengers at Brisbane airport have been left stranded after a mass cancellation of flights due to Iceland’s volcanic eruptions. With all planes to Europe now grounded, many travellers have nowhere to go. Steve Fox reports.
Brendan Fevola has confirmed speculation, admitting he has a significant gambling addiction. The trouble-prone Brisbane Lions and former Carlton spearhead has been seeking professional help but he denies ever betting on football. Jemma Cutting reports.
Australia’s leading the fight against fire ants with eight odour detection dogs being used to target the pests. Countries including America, China and Japan are taking notice of the world-first strategy. Samantha Kane reports.
A newly commissioned pharmacy centre is poised to accelerate breast cancer research in Australia. The University of Queensland today unveiled its new Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence in Woolloongabba which will also use a robot to dispense medicines. Rebecca Belsham …
Daylight saving could be introduced in Queensland as early as next Summer. But Premier Anna Bligh says a final decision will only be reached once Queenslanders have had their say. Samantha Kane reports.
Deputy Premier and Health Minister Paul Lucas is under fire for trying to pass the buck on Queensland Health’s payroll debacle. Opposition leader John-Paul Langbroek has called for staff to be questioned under oath to prove Mr Lucas knew the …