Day: September 21, 2015

QUT TV News – Monday 21 September 2015

The new Turnbull Government Ministry has been sworn-in, and already they’re under pressure to perform. The Palaszczuk state government is asking Canberra to partner with Queensland to deliver 12 priority projects throughout the state. The Great Barrier Reef has received

Turnbull’s new Cabinet sworn in

The new Turnbull Government Ministry has been sworn-in, and already they’re under pressure to perform. The Prime Minister says his team’s priorities are fixing the deficit providing jobs and focusing on the future. Gabrielle Baker reports.

Trad hopeful for future funding of infrastructure

Queensland’s Deputy Premier has called on Malcolm Turnbull to live up to his word and fund major infrastructure projects in southeast Queensland. The government’s asking Canberra to partner with Queensland to deliver 12 priority projects. Eleanor Grounds reports.

Reef report raises concern

The Great Barrier Reef has received yet another disappointing report card. There are improvements, but the Reef remains in a poor condition. Sugar cane growers in particular, have been urged to lift their game to reduce agricultural pollutant run-off. Ria

Queensland smokers face further bans

State Health Minister Cameron Dick says he plans to not only support but expand a bill to ban smoking in public areas. The Heart Foundation has called on him to go even further and ban all smoking in pubs and

Swimmers make a splash for MS

One of Australia’s best swimmers is making a splash for a good cause. Madison Wilson launched the fifth Multiple Sclerosis Swimathon today. She’s want us to jump into the pool, and raise funds for those living with the debilitating condition.

Footy season reaches the pointy end

It’s the pointy end of the football season, as teams in both AFL and NRL prepare for preliminary finals. North Queensland Cowboys fans hope their teams goes as well against the Storm, as they did on Saturday night, demolishing the

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