Day: May 19, 2015

QUT TV News – Tuesday 19 May 2015

The headlines… State Parliament’s third sitting of the year began today. The political debate featured magic tricks and Game of Thrones references. State of Origin One kicks off next Wednesday. This afternoon, the Queensland and New South Wales coaches named

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Money talks in State parliament

State Parliament’s third sitting of the year began today. The political debate featured magic tricks and Game of Thrones references. Saffi Kerezsy reports.

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Queensland names State of Origin team

It’s that time of year again. State of Origin One kicks off next Wednesday. This afternoon, the Queensland and New South Wales coaches named their teams. And a new Maroon will run out onto Sydney’s ANZ Stadium. Joshua Bristow reports.

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Brisbane buses 100% accessible

Brisbane’s buses just got a whole lot more user-friendly. From today, people using wheelchairs, prams or walking aids will be able to board any of the city’s 1,200 buses. Tegan Atkins reports.

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Hold hands campaign for child road safety

A new safety campaign is urging parents to hold their child’s hand while crossing busy roads and car parks. The campaign “Take My Hand” aims to reduce the number of children killed and injured by cars. Sarah Dean reports.

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New baby gorilla for Taronga Zoo

An adorable baby gorilla made its debut this morning at Taronga Zoo. Born to Western Lowland gorillas Frala and Kibali, the newest addition to the family was welcomed warmly by spectators. Melanie Williams reports.

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Injury scare for Saint Kilda star

A Brisbane AFL legend has some strong advice for Saint Kilda’s Nick Riewoldt after an injury scare. Jonathan Brown has told Riewoldt “consider your future in the game.” Sam Mortimer reports.

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