The Scott Emerson Drive Show
Join Scott each weekday from 3pm-6pm on 4BC Drive.
Are these the Queensland Maroons biggest fans?
Scott Emerson has blasted the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) for failing to hold builders to account.
The price of the classic meat pie has increased as a global shortage of wheat hits consumers.
Head of Public affairs at Brisbane Airport Stephen Beckett Stephen Beckett said the airport has been coping well with the demand.
General manager of the Prince Consort Hotel in the Fortitude Valley, Jason Hirt, says they have noticed fewer police in the area.
But acting superintendent Dave Morganti from the North Brisbane police patrol district rejected there will be a cut to police resources.
Co-founder of Secondbite, Simone Carson, explains what they are seeing at the service.
The boss of Flight Centre says he doesn't believe a tourism tax will get off the ground.
Brisbane has taken a tumble in the global liveability rankings.
Nine News reporter Jordan Fabris said he believed police were closing on in on the men responsible.
The high price of fruit and vegetables could have negative health outcomes, according to a prominent nutritionist.
A criminal lawyer has weighed-in on Lisa Wilkinson's Logies speech.
The Shadow Treasurer says there are 26 instances where the Treasurer promised no new or increased taxes.
Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick insists he hasn't broken any promises in this year's state budget, despite coal royalties increasing.
The Queensland Australian Medical Association (AMAQ) say they are "happy" with the state budget, but add the spend is just matching inflation over the next 12 months.
The NRMA has revealed the worst-hit regions by recent flooding, saying it was the worst autumn for "wild weather" damage in Queensland in five years.
Treasurer Cameron Dick has handed down the state budget confirming a "record spend" of $23.6 billion in response to the state's health system woes.
A mother who's 21-year-old son bought a property with his partner in Narangba has detailed her experience in dealing with the Oracle Building Corporation.
Former Australian Olympian Mark Stockwell says backed the decision taken by FINA, swimming's global governing body, on transgender athletes.
An economics expert says current interest rates could hurt the bottom line of tomorrow's state budget.
Former executive director of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute Peter Jennings is among those on the list.
Labor MP for Moreton, Graham Perrett and LNP Senator for QLD, Susan McDonald, talk about the new Queensland Senate.
Nine News Canberra reporter says all states came with the same mission; to get the federal government to commit to more health funding.
Locals on North Stradbroke Island have reported thousands of tiny bits of plastic and rubbish washing up along Straddie’s pristine beaches.
Nine News senior reporter Tim Arvier breaks down the latest, after a new report was released today.
One local has led a campaign to grab the attention of authorities.
The CCC wants to hear from members of the public on potential issues around lobbying.
Brisbane City Council's plan to target homeowners who let their properties on short-term sites with a 50 per cent rate hike is a disappointing move, the real estate industry says.
The federal shadow employment and workplace relations minister joined Scott Emerson to talk about the latest unemployment figures.
There are reports locals in the Gold Coast area have been having some unusual encounters with bats, seeing them flying low and even colliding with people.
A Brisbane couple about to embark on a two-year holiday adventure may be Queensland's biggest cruise fanatics.
Shadow police minister Dale Last has questioned what is being done to stop the youth crime wave.
There has been a spike in theft of supermarket goods such as fresh produce and meat, as Australians feel the pinch of skyrocketing prices.
Nine News weatherman Garry Youngberry details the weather in the days ahead.
Retailers using facial recognition without you knowing!
A Current Affair's senior reporter talks about the news of the day, including the power crisis hitting the east coast.
Brisbane homeowners will need to fork out an extra $85 a year on rates, and owners of short-term accommodation will be slugged an additional $600.
Tasmania has become the first jurisdiction in Australia to raise the minimum age of detention from 10 to 14 years.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland says they were shocked by the rise to the minimum wage.
4BC journalist Jess Ambler is in the budget lock-up with the latest.
A Current Affair reporter Pippa Bradshaw has the story of the remarkable story.
Nationals leader David Littleproud fired up over a suggestion the energy crisis facing the eastern seaboard is a result of "10 years of inaction" by the Coalition government.
A financial advisor explains the implications and what they expected today.
An energy expert says there has been a "policy paralysis" at a national level as Queensland faces another night of power shortages.
There are around 400 teen troublemakers responsible for about half of the youth crimes gripping Queensland.