Month: April 2015

QUT TV News – Thursday 30 April 2015

The headlines… South East Queenslanders warned of severe weather conditions over the next 48-72 hours. The Weather Bureau says the situation will rapidly evolve. As the Chan and Sukumaran families prepare to bring their sons’ bodies home, the Australian Federal

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Severe weather warning for SE Queensland

If you live in South East Queensland, get ready for severe weather conditions over the next forty-eight to seventy-two hours. The weather Bureau says the situation will rapidly evolve. Emergency Services are urging people to be prepared, drive carefully and

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AFP under fire as Bali Nine bodies are ready to return home

As the Chan and Sukumaran families prepare to bring their sons’ bodies home the Australian Federal Police has responded to growing criticism about their role in the original Bali Nine drug arrests. The AFP says they do take international death

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Truck forum fights for road safety

A new forum to discuss national laws for truck drivers met for the first time today in Brisbane. The aim is to increase road safety by having consistent laws throughout Australia. Gabrielle Copp reports.

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Weather no drama for Bike Week breakfast

The wet weather didn’t deter devoted cyclists from turning out in force this morning. They gathered in Brisbane for the annual Ride to Work Day breakfast. Emilia Hutchinson reports.

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Cirque gifts art to city

A vibrant urban art project has been commissioned by Cirque du Soleil’s brand new show, Totem. The street art is inspired by the vivid colours and extravagant costumes and it’s coming to life beneath the Go Between bridge. Crimson Dunstan

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Hayne trains with 49ers

Australian rugby league legend Jarryd Hayne has been training tirelessly with the American football team San Francisco 49ers. Hayne is tackling the less familiar game of NFL in hopes of making the 53-man squad. Melanie Tomic reports.

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QUT TV News – Wednesday 29 April 2015

The headlines… The Bali Nine ringleaders – Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran – have been executed after ongoing pleas for clemency failed. Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there will be serious consequences following the killings. Vigils were held across Australia

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Bali Nine ringleaders executed in Indonesia

The Bali Nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran have been executed after ongoing pleas for clemency failed. The men’s families say they are broken as they prepare to bring the bodies home. The Australian lawyers involved in the ongoing

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Abbott withdraws Ambassador after executions

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there will be serious consequences following the Bali Nine executions. He has already announced his Government is withdrawing the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia. There is now added pressure for Australia to commit to further retaliatory

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