Thanks for joining us for today’s live blog. Making headlines in Brisbane today:

South-east Queensland’s housing crisis can be summed up by two figures: the number of new lots the south-east needs each year, and how many are actually being approved.

A man has been arrested over a crash in Brisbane’s south-west that killed a passenger in an Uber, almost a week after the alleged hit-and-run.

And in sport, a pair of Wallabies bolters have renewed their Reds contracts ahead of a do-or-die battle that could cement their cases for higher honours.

Elsewhere around the country:

Dodgy providers have taken NDIS participants to ATMs to withdraw cash for illicit drugs, while others were encouraged to spend their funding on alcohol, rent, gift vouchers and lifestyle purchases.

Police have used CCTV to track down the man who allegedly murdered 21-year-old Kye Schaefer in Coffs Harbour, with detectives tracing the movements of both the man and an allegedly stolen set of shoes and a bike.

Kye Schaefer was found dead in a car park at a Coffs Harbour beach.

Kye Schaefer was found dead in a car park at a Coffs Harbour beach.Credit: NSW Police

Charlise Mutten’s alleged killer has denied giving the nine-year-old his schizophrenia medication or shooting her, telling a jury the girl’s mother put her body in a barrel on his ute when he was not looking.

And in a recorded interview played to a Supreme Court jury, former pilot Greg Lynn professed his innocence over the disappearance of Russell Hill and Carol Clay, but said he knew he was on the police’s radar.