QUT TV News – Monday 24 September 2018

Speed cameras

In this bulletin, police are getting even tougher on speeding with new cameras at high-risk intersections state-wide.

Despite the blitz on speeding Brisbane has some of the slowest traffic in the country.

Brisbane’s most exclusive restaurants are coming together for a good cause.

A wounded Cooper Cronk admits his chances of playing Sunday’s grand final are slim and Billy Slater faces the same predicament over a shoulder charge.

And one of Queensland’s most colourful characters, a journalist and animal welfare activist, is telling his life story, no holds barred.

This edition of QUT News is brought to you by Lauren Reddiex, Chris Smith and Cayla Marchant.

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Police announce speed camera blitz across the state

Queensland drivers be warned. Police are getting even tougher on speeding with new cameras at high-risk intersections state-wide.

Cynthia Taylu reports.

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Brisbane’s congestion crisis worsens as speeds plummet in peak hour

Despite the blitz on speeding Brisbane has some of the slowest traffic in the country. The city’s busiest roads are clogging up more in peak hour and there’s no easy fix.

Liam Clarkson reports.

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Government enjoys polling bounce but still lags behind Labor

The latest Newspoll shows the Federal government is still behind Labor, but the new Prime Minister has boosted its chances at the next election. The Coalition’s primary vote has risen two points and Labor has dropped three points.

Dainya Odgaard reports.

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Man dies after yacht capsizes in Sydney Harbour

A man has died in a yachting accident off Sydney’s Kurnell. Emergency services were alerted after a woman on the vessel swam to shore.

Brigette O’Brien reports.

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Jailed filmmaker returns to Australia after Cambodian ordeal

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson is home after spending more than a year in a Cambodian prison. He was pardoned just weeks after a trial judge handed down a 6-year sentence for alleged espionage.

Kendyl Bailey reports.

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‘One Night in Havana’ fundraiser to raise funds for food relief

Brisbane’s most exclusive restaurants are coming together for a good cause. Five venues are uniting for one night to fight hunger.

Alex Brewster reports.

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Cronk admits he’s a ‘long shot’ to make the Grand Final

A wounded Cooper Cronk admits his chances of playing Sunday’s grand final are slim. And Billy Slater faces the same predicament over a shoulder charge.

Naveen Razik reports.

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Beatty launches memoir charting colourful career

One of Queensland’s most colourful characters, a journalist and animal welfare activist, is telling his life story, no holds barred. Michael Beatty has detailed his journey from English theatre to daring TV reporter, including his work saving animals.

Isla Stanich reports.

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QUT Radio News – Monday 24 September 2018

Today’s QUT Radio News is brought to you by Laura Fell and James Hawes.

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