Seven News Queensland (24th March 2017)

The latest news, sport, finance and weather from Seven News Queensland. With Bill McDonald and Sharyn Ghidella (news), Pat Welsh (sport) and Paul Burt (weather and beach report).
In this bulletin:
Opener and Cyclone Debbie expected to hit North Queensland, Cairns and Townsville on cyclone watch.
Weather update with Paul Burt.
More revealed on the attacker responsible for the London attacks as eight people are arrested in police raids.
The death toll from the attacks rises to five as a 75-year-old man dies in hospital.
Pauline Hanson makes more provocative comments on calls for a muslim ban.
BREAKING NEWS: Traffic nightmares on Fortitude Valley after alleged drunk driver crashes onto construction site.
A funding deal has been reached on M1 upgrade between state and federal governments.
Almost 30 people linked to bikie gangs have been charged for drug possession during police raids in Brisbane and Gold Coast.
Thrillseeking skydiver breaks leg in hard landing at Toogoolawah.
Police frustrated after a senseless act of street violence at Southport leaves a man in a critical condition in hospital.
South-East Queensland preparing for water restrictions as water levels drop to 70%. Recycled water scheme may be in place.

A teenager and woman accused of opening fire at police and the public on the Sunshine Coast are behind bars.
Commonwealth Bank the latest to rise their home loan interest rates but many households are not looking for better deals.
A man has been arrested trying to drive into crowd at Antwerp, Belgium.
Peru mudslide survivor speaks of her ordeal after being released from hospital.

Australia-wide recall of home pregnancy tests after some were faulty and not detecting pregnancies.
Crocodile that attacked a teenager in Innisfail last weekend has been captured.
Controversial judge retires as court president.
A look at the athletes village on the Gold Coast ahead of 2018 Commonwealth Games.
New multi-million dollar wildlife facility to be built after Flight Centre owners pledge .5 million.

On this day: Queensland went to the polls in 2012, Campbell Newman wins as premier.
Brisbane man burned carrying his uncle out of a house fire in Albion.
Springfield will soon be home to more households with 4,000 homes to be built as well as open space.
Cheap milk a low preference for Queenslanders with a litre milk rating at bottom end of rankings.
A Melbourne mother who gave birth to twins is donating 10 embryos for couples looking to start a family.

Anthony Milford and Wayne Bennett can claim a victory for the Broncos tonight to alleviate this week’s club concerns.
Penrith thrashes Newcastle 40-0 in NRL, Sydney Roosters victoious against the Rabbitohs.
Brisbane and West Coast say the AFLW grand final will be the highlight of their lives.
Virat Kohli’s shoulder injury could rule him out of fourth test, teammates defend captain over media claims of fake news.
Romelda Aiken out of Queensland Firebirds ahead of Thunderbirds clash in Super Netball.
Daniel Ricciardo places fifth in practice on Australian F1 Grand Prix.
Powerball results.

Headline recap, finance and fuel reports.
The new anti-ageing technology from Australian researchers could be closer to holding the key.
Weather and coastal reports with Paul Burt and closer.
Recorded 24th March 2017 via +7 Live streaming.
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