Day: September 28, 2015

QUT TV News – Monday 28 September 2015

The mother of 11-year-old Luke Batty, who was bashed to death by his father, says all Australians must change our culture of violence. Queensland has a new child abduction alert system. It looks a lot like jobs for the boys,

Inquest findings give Rosie Batty closure

The mother of 11-year-old Luke Batty, who was bashed to death by his father, says all Australians must change our culture of violence. Rosie Batty spoke out after a Coroner found Luke’s death was a tragic end to “a young

Qld adopts Amber alert system

Queensland has a new child abduction alert system. The Police Minister and Commissioner announced the revamp. It’s based on an American model to locate high-risk children who’ve been snatched. Jack Harvey reports.

Union boss rewarded with top job

It looks a lot like jobs for the boys, with several Labor and union heavyweights appointed to senior positions on state government-owned boards. Queensland Council of Unions President John Battams and Former Lord Mayor Jim Soorley, are just two of

Scientists reassess sinkhole

What was thought to be a massive sinkhole at a popular camping ground north of the Sunshine Coast may be a landslip. About 300 campers had to be evacuated when the ground at Inskip Point slipped away, swallowing vehicles and

Hodges has high hopes for Grand Final

The Broncos are trying not to be distracted by the Justin Hodges saga ahead of the all-Queensland NRL grand final against the Cowboys. Brisbane’s co-captain is appealing against his suspension for a dangerous throw with his teammates confident he’ll lead

The heat’s on for AFL Grand Final

The AFL’s night of nights, the Brownlow Medal announcement, is about to kick off in Melbourne. But the main game will be on Saturday, with tickets selling fast for the Grand Final showdown between the Hawks and Eagles. Amadee Stenzel

Queensland Ballet’s bid for next big star

It’s young talent time at the Queensland Ballet. The company has started auditioning for one lucky young dancer to take part in its next big production. Anna Hawke reports.

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