Day: September 29, 2015

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

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.

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.

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.

Mozzie spraying starts

The mosquito season in Brisbane has arrived early after recent rains and the City Council has begun spraying wetlands to stop them breeding. The threat from mosquito borne viruses increases each year. Amadee Stenzel reports.

Hodges faces Grand Final fate

Justin Hodges is about to find out his grand final fate. The retiring Broncos captain is appearing before the NRL Judiciary in Sydney tonight, in a bid to play in Sunday’s decider against the Cowboys. The club is confident, but

Thurston wins fourth Dally M medal

Johnathan Thurston has set his name in the NRL history books. The North Queensland player was awarded his fourth Dally M medal last night, after leading the Cowboys to the NRL Grand Final against the Broncos. Maximillian Ng reports.

Fyfe takes out Brownlow

West Australian Aussie rules fans are celebrating a momentous Brownlow Medal win by superstar Nat Fyfe from the Fremantle Dockers. But the announcement was marred slightly by an embarrassing AFL blunder. Gunjot Singh reports.

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