Nine News Queensland (6th December 2016)

A shortened 30-minute edition due to the cricket coverage with the latest news, sport and weather from Nine News Queensland, with Melissa Downes (news), Wally Lewis (sport) and Garry Youngberry (weather).
In this bulletin:
Opener and a man dies after being struck by a lightning strike at Mt. Warning, NSW.
Police called onto another rescue operation on another mountain top.
Thunderstorms rumble throughout South-east Queensland, cutting power and damaging homes.
Man accused of arranging a hit on Gold Coast mechanic charged with attempted murder.
Teenager stretchered to safety after falling into a gorge on North Stradbroke Island.
A armed robber arrested attempts to steal police car.
Pauline Hanson calls for more star support after Dick Smith support.
Reserve Bank keeps interest rates on hold at 1.5%
Major airlines under fire over cancellation fees and refunds.
The Adani coal mine to deliver 10,000 new jobs under new deal with the Queensland Government, no jobs to be outsourced overseas.
Ipswich to receive a bold revamp plan with a mall makeover.

Porsche sports car stolen from a Melbourne home and taken for a joyride, two men arrested.
Christmas light and display tips.
Paul Hogan to be honoured at AACTA night.

New Zealand must complete its highest yet run chase in second ODI against Australia at Manuka Oval, Canberra.
Brisbane Broncos’ Ben Hunt negotiating 2017 NRL contract.
Chris Latham set for a return to Queensland Reds after a year break.
Matt McKay commits to Brisbane Roar with a one year contract extension.
Brisbane school teacher Jeff Horn to fight in the boxing ring for a contract on Saturday in Auckland.

Finance and fuel report.
Amazon launches cashier-free supermarket to open in Seattle in 2017.
Weather report with Garry Youngberry and closer.
Recorded 6th December 2016 via 9Now.
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