Day: September 22, 2015

QUT TV News – Tuesday 22 September 2015

The integrity unit of the National Rugby League is looking at a drug overdose involving Two South Sydney players. The club says the drugs were prescribed medicine following post-season surgery. In Federal politics Trade Minister Andrew Robb has let slip

Rabbitohs stars drug overdose

The integrity unit of the National Rugby League is looking at a drug overdose involving Two South Sydney players. Aaron Gray and Dylan Walker were found in a serious condition in Gray’s home, and rushed to hospital. The club says

Turnbull proves popular in polls

In Federal politics, Trade Minister Andrew Robb has let slip that we may be heading to the polls earlier than expected. He told the ABC radio there was just a “few months” before a very important election. Abigail Blaikie reports.

Fire Ants on the march

The Queensland Government has launched another assault against what appears to be a growing problem with fire ants. The latest front is south of Brisbane as the pests head for the Gold Coast. Sarah Lingard reports.

Qld scientists lead the way in genetic research

Queensland scientists undertaking ground-breaking genetic research have received a $25-million boost from the state government. The Queensland Brain Institute is aiming to unlock the causes of complex genetic diseases such as cancer and autism. Gabrielle Baker reports.

Apple under attack

Apple has suffered its first serious cyber attack with hackers in China injecting malicious software into over three hundred of its apps. The hack allows access to private user data and personal information, including passwords. Bridget Costello reports.

Fans come out in force for Broncos

The excitement of finals football, drew hundreds of fans to a Broncos training session at Red Hill today. The Broncs are confident they’ll reach the grand final but first they have to beat the highly-rated Roosters at Suncorp this Friday

Festival kids get lucky

Queensland’s biggest arts festival is in full swing, entertaining thousands during the school holidays. And a one man show, called the Luck Child is enthralling kids of all ages. Hannah Kotaidis reports.

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