Talking Brisbane

Do Chan and Sukumaran deserve a second chance?

Will soon learn their fate ... Australian death row inmates Andrew Chan (left) and Myuran Sukumaran (right) in Kerobokan prison in Bali, Indonesia in 2011.

Lauren Gillin 2:36 PM   4BC's Patrick Condren asks do Chan and Sukumaran deserve a second chance?

QLD election: Day 4, Week 4 , January 29

The final sprint

Staff Writers 4:49 PM   Welcome to 4BC rolling coverage of the Queensland State Election 2015

Cure for peanut allergy on the horizon?

Potential cure: At the end of the trial 80 per cent of the children could eat peanuts without any reaction.

Nick King 11:26 AM   A cure for peanut allergies could be on the way.

Indonesian AG says Australians next to be executed

Family praying for clemency ... from left, Andrew Chan's brother Michael, with Chinthu Sukumaran, mother of Myuran, and pictured, Raji and sister Brintha

Lauren Gillin   The Attorney-General of Indonesia H.M. Prasetyo says Australians will be among the next to be executed.

The 4BC Breakfast Election Bus - Day 3

The 4BC Election Bus

Gordon Campbell   4BC Breakfast with Skip and Loretta are travelling around Brisbane in their big bus, inviting hopeful candidates on for a chat.

Chardon Search

SES volunteers search a Gold Coast Hinterland property for the remains of missing mother Novy Chardon.

Lauren Gillin   Police have searched a property on the Gold Coast today in relation to the disappearance of Novy Chardon.

Win

Toowong Mazda 2

Mazda Comp

The new 4BC Mazda 2 is on the road, check it here.

Palace Cinemas

Gordon Campbell   Re-discover the magic of the movies at Palace Cinema Centro and Barracks. See whats happening on the big screen here.

2015 NRL Draw Released

Turning the tide: The NRL has been nominated for the Australian Drug Foundation's Good Sports Leadership Award.

Gordon Campbell   It’s time to grab your diary as the 2015 draw has just been released by the NRL.

Brisbane Heat

Brisbane Heat

Gordon Campbell   A huge summer is coming up for our Brisbane Heat. Keep up to date with all the team news here.

Network News

Jarrod Bleijie lying low in regional Queensland

Queensland Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie has been as seldom spotted as Wally during the LNP's re-election campaign.

Amy Remeikis   Queensland's Attorney General has been as seldom spotted as Wally during the LNP's re-election campaign.

Abbott makes calls to steady ship

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been busy on the phone to colleagues following the negative reaction to his knighthood decision.

Mark Kenny   Tony Abbott has moved to quell anxious nerves over his leadership style by stepping up his telephone canvassing of backbench MPs.

Survivors return to Auschwitz to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the infamous Nazi death camp

Courageous ... Survivor Roman Kent makes a speech at a ceremony on the site of the former Nazi German concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau near Oswiecim, Poland.

Nick Miller   Choking with tears, standing before the ''death gate'' of Birkenau, Auschwitz survivor Roman Kent forced himself to speak. 'We survivors do not want our past to be our children's future.''

Ban politicians from election bets, says academic

Where there's money to be made, the process is always at threat of being skewed.

Kim Stephens   Politicians should be banned from betting on elections, according to a Queensland academic, who has likened the practice to athletes using insider knowledge to bet on their own sports matches.

Sport

The Grim Reaper gets his man, as always

Elvis has left the stadium: Nick Kyrgios bids farewell to his fans the Australian Open 2015.

Greg Baum   Nick Kyrgios started playing this match long before it began. When hitting up in the afternoon, he was visibly and audibly more animated than in previous practice sessions.

Cricket officials discuss replacing Clarke with Smith as full-time captain

Future doubt: Michael Clarke with national selector Rod Marsh.

Chris Barrett   Senior Australian cricket figures have discussed the option of appointing Steven Smith as the country's permanent captain beyond the World Cup, leaving Michael Clarke's position in the balance.

The top 10 tennis cult figures

Andrew Ilie rips his shirt off after beating Juan Carlos Ferrero in 2001.

Daniel Cherny   Ten tennis players who captured the imagination for reasons other than their results.

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Walker in line for shock Rabbitohs debut

Sticking solid: Luke Keary and Adam Reynolds have extended their time at the Rabbitohs.

Adrian Proszenko   South Sydney halves Adam Reynolds and Luke Keary have new contracts, but the decision not to tear up the one belonging to back-up playmaker Cody Walker could prove just as significant to the club's premiership defence.

Lifestyle

Making the most of your home equity

Making the most of your home equity.

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Should we move Australia Day?

Marayah is a 4 year old dancer in the Buuja Dance troop, part of the Australia Day Indigenous Festival. It is at the Annual Yabab Festival which is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture in Victoria Park.

Lauren Gillin   Dick Smith, Philanthropist and businessman says Australia Day should be moved to a more "neutral" day.