Month: September 2015

QUT TV News – Wednesday 30 September 2015

The Roller Coaster ride for Australian investors continues. The stock market has recovered after a horrible day and night overseas where global markets plummeted to their lowest level in two years. Foreign minister Julie Bishop has made a major speech

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Stock market’s rollercoaster ride

The roller coaster ride for Australian investors continues. The stock market has recovered after a horrible day and night overseas where global markets plummeted to their lowest level in two years. Retirees have been watching their share prices with concern.

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Hodges cleared for Grand Final

The Brisbane Broncos received a warm farewell this afternoon as they left for Sydney to prepare for Sunday’s all Queensland grand final against the Cowboys. Brisbane will be at full strength after retiring captain Justin Hodges was cleared to play

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New treatment gives heart to cancer patients

Breast cancer patients in Queensland now have access to a safer form of treatment. The new technique protects the heart from harmful radiation doses targeting the cancer. Maximillian Ng reports.

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Anzac Square gets final facelift

Anzac Square in Brisbane is about to get a another facelift. The council has announced its plans for the third stage of restoration including work on a much loved memorial. Amadee Stenzel reports.

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Drones take science class to new heights

High school students from around the world have put their engineering skills to test in the skies over southeast Queensland. They designed, built and operated their own drones in a competition aimed at proving that engineering needn’t be boring. Madison

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QUT TV News – Tuesday 29 September 2015

Tony Abbott thinks he’s too young to retire. In a wide-ranging radio interview this morning, the former Prime Minister opened up about the late night coup, his former Ministers and his future. The dangers of police work in Queensland were

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Abbott opens up on air

Tony Abbott thinks he’s too young to retire. In a wide-ranging radio interview this morning, the former Prime Minister opened up about the late night coup, his former Ministers and his future. Tobi Loftus reports.

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Police gather to remember the fallen

The dangers of police work in Queensland were highlighted today as hundreds of officers remembered fallen colleagues. One hundred and forty police have been killed in the line of duty. Mayowa Adeniyi reports.

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Pets also victims of domestic violence

The recent surge in domestic violence has many consequences, including the welfare of victims’ pets. The RSPCA has a program to look after affected animals, but it’s in desperate need of more funding. Madison Clarke reports.

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