Day: May 15, 2015

QUT TV News – Friday 15 May 2015

The headlines… the parents of a toddler who died on his second birthday when a fire tore through their Beenleigh home say their other children keep asking where their brother is. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten delivered a scathing budget reply

Family mourns son lost in house fire

The parents of a toddler who died on his second birthday when a fire tore through their Beenleigh home say their other children keep asking where their brother is. Belinda and Jared Warwick returned to the scene this morning and

Government says budget reply numbers ‘don’t add up’

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten delivered a scathing budget reply last night. The focal points of Labor’s alternative budget were greater small business cuts and the slashing of university debts. Toby Crockford reports.

Shock-jock enters puppy debate

The saga involving American film star Johnny Depp and his two dogs continues. Today, radio host Kyle Sandilands threw himself into the mix, calling the Australian Agriculture Minister an idiot. Brittney Levinson reports.

Motorists urged to slow down for wildlife

Residents in one of Brisbane’s outer areas are fed up with speeding motorists and have taken a stand. They’re asking for fixed speed cameras in Burbank to protect wildlife. Philippe Coquerand reports.

City meets country at local shows

From Gympie to Longreach, Charleville to Blackbutt, there’s a show somewhere in Queensland all year round. Today, the Ipswich and Brookfield shows opened for business. Tobi Loftus reports.

Dolphins ‘drop in’ on surf pro

Surfing is mostly an individual sport, just a surfer a board and a wave. But sometimes those waves are crowded with other riders, and as one professional found out even dolphins. Edwina Seselja reports.

Carpenters show off old-fashioned skills

It might be the age of technology, but there’s still room for traditional skills. And you’ll find plenty of that at the Woodworking Show. Bernard Thompson reports.

What’s on this weekend

The weekend’s almost on us once again and if you’re wondering what to do, here’s Louise Priddle with a few ideas.

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