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 an early night’s sleep with NAPLAN testing kicking off this week.

The RSPCA has launched a campaign to de-sex your pets.

A 23 year-old man has thanked the volunteer paramedics who helped save his life in March.

And in sport 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.

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