Day: May 11, 2015

QUT TV News – Monday 11 May 2015

The headlines… just days after axing 800 jobs across the country, Woolworths has unveiled plans to create 2,000 new positions in Queensland. The Abbott Government’s multi-billion-dollar childcare package is under fire from within. Thousands of school students will be needing

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Premier credits ‘Woolies’ with job creation

Just days after axing 800 jobs across the country, Woolworths has unveiled plans to create 2,000 new positions in Queensland. The Premier was keen to join in on the announcement while flagging her concerns about tomorrow’s Federal budget. Tobi Loftus

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Childcare reforms already under pressure

The Abbott Government’s multi-billion-dollar childcare package is under fire from within. Government Senators are among those attacking parts of the overhaul to be unveiled in tomorrow night’s federal budget. They are concerned that the changes appear to shift funds from

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Testing times for Australian students

Thousands of school students will be needing an early night’s sleep with NAPLAN testing kicking off this week. The nation-wide assessment will rank students’ abilities in reading, writing and numeracy. Edwina Seselja reports.

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Pet owners urged to be responsible

The RSPCA has launched a campaign to de-sex your pets. Operation Wanted will see vets across the State lower their fees to stop an alarming spread of feral cats and dogs. Toby Crockford reports.

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Heroes thanked for life-saving effort

A 23 year-old man has thanked the volunteer paramedics who helped save his life in March. Nick Riley sustained severe chest injuries after he was pinned to the ground when the car he was working on fell on him. Sam

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Lions win means more woes for Malthouse

The Brisbane Lions went into yesterday’s clash against Carlton as a club in crisis, but they left with a morale-boosting nine-point win, their first of the season. The Blues’ loss leaves legendary coach Mick Malthouse’s head on the chopping block.

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