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Media scrum descends on Brisbane as borders open

Warring breakfast television shows have clashed in bizarre scenes at Brisbane’s domestic airport this morning.

Seven’s Sunrise and Channel Nine’s Today Show crews jostled for interviews as Qantas travellers from Sydney touched down in the Sunshine State after the border to New South Wales was finally reopened.

Australian morning shows descended upon passengers in search of tear-jerking COVID-19 stories, however many were simply returning from business.

The Sunrise studio watching on.

Microphones and cameras joined in on tender family reunions.

Australian Online News host Mike Goldman found himself at the centre of a live television tussle.

“I knew the buzz around Australian Online News was building but even I was taken back by the reception, like seriously guys, one at a time,” Goldman said.

Mike Goldman is a prominent member of the Australian Online News Team.

It can be a tough job.

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