Day: September 24, 2015

QUT TV News – Thursday 24 September 2015

The Prime Minister wants Australia to end the ‘national shame’ of domestic violence. In his first major announcement since taking office, Mr Turnbull unveiled a $100 million dollar package to help those fleeing abusive relationships. Life Education Queensland is using

PM pledges $100 million to domestic violence victims

The Prime Minister wants Australia to end the ‘national shame’ of domestic violence. In his first major announcement since taking office, Mr Turnbull unveiled a $100 million package to help those fleeing abusive relationships. Gabrielle Baker reports.

Brisbane’s big breakthrough in brain cancer treatment

Brain tumors are the most common cancer diagnosis in Australians under the age of 40. But the world-first clinical trial of a new treatment in Brisbane today has doctors hopeful for a cure. Ria Bhagat reports.

Sports stars get behind Ocsober

Life Education Queensland is using the month of October to highlight the growth and dangers of binge drinking. They want people to sign up for their Ocsober campaign to raise seven-hundred-thousand dollars to better educate kids. Sarah Bell reports.

Broncos ready for Friday’s prelim final

Last-chance training for the Broncos at Suncorp this morning, in a little over 24 hours, we’ll know if Brisbane is one of this year’s Rugby League Grand Finalists. The Sydney Roosters are favourites for Friday night but Brisbane isn’t fazed.

Strictly good time

Love was in the air on the Queen Street Mall today with shoppers being treated to a performance by the cast of Strictly Ballroom. Adapted from Baz Luhrmann’s classic movie the producers say it’ll get you dancing in the aisles.

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