The headlines… shock changes in Australia’s main minority party, as Greens leader Christine Milne announces her resignation. Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was in Brisbane today to see the very latest in medical innovation and technology. Six robbers remain on…
Shock changes today in Australia’s main minority party, The Greens. Leader Christine Milne announced her resignation. Richard Di Natale was elected unopposed, as the new leader. And Adam Bandt became a casualty of the party’s vote, losing his spot as…
Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was in Brisbane today to see the very latest in medical innovation and technology. He says, it shows what’s possible in Australia and criticised the Abbott Government for not putting science funding at the fore-front.…
Posted in Education
, Human Interest
, QUT News
Six robbers remain on the run after three separate incidents in south-east Queensland. In Everton Park, staff were left terrified after gun-wielding bandits forced their way into a hotel. Laura Dixon reports.
Angry garbos blockaded the SBS this morning. They were protesting a new documentary which has been accused of poking fun at western Sydney residents. Chris Thompson reports.
The Mater Children’s Hospital has unveiled its new paediatric facility for sick kids. The 20-bed ward will work with the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital to provide the very best in patient care. Chloe Brice reports.
‘Googling’ medical symptoms on the internet doesn’t always find trustworthy results. A QUT researcher is working to improve search engine results so they return the most relevant health information. Carla Howarth reports.
Gold Coast Titans player, Greg Bird, is facing a hefty eight-match ban, after he received a throwing charge last weekend. Last night, the AFL Tribunal disciplined Hawthorn captain, Luke Hodge, for striking. Kirsty Jarrett reports.
A vibrant urban art project commissioned by Cirque du Soleil has been completed. Four pillars alongside Coronation Drive are now adorned with murals inspired by Cirque’s latest show Totem. Laura Dixon reports.
Story by Edwina Seselja A study from the Queensland University of Technology’s Information Systems School has found seeking medical advice through a quick Google search is not an effective treatment plan. Researchers now aim to ease the headache for doctors,…