Month: May 2016

QUT TV News – Tuesday 31 May 2016

The headlines, Bill Shorten today promised $1 billion to Northern Australia tourism. Health was on Prime Minister Turnbull’s agenda today. People on the front line of domestic violence gathered in Brisbane today, in a bid to turn the tide on

Shorten’s billion dollar promise to tourism

Bill Shorten today promised $1 billion to Northern Australia tourism. It comes a day after he announced Labor’s $500 million plan to protect the Great Barrier Reef. Samantha Cheney reports.

Turnbull turns attention to childhood cancers

Health was on Prime Minister Turnbull’s agenda today. He’s pledged $20 million toward combating untreatable childhood cancers. The Zero Childhood Cancer Initiative, aims to pinpoint genes that under-lie serious disease. Keira Wallace reports.

Stepping up to make a difference

People on the front line of domestic violence gathered in Brisbane today, in a bid to turn the tide on the problem. It’s costing Australia $20 billion every year. Abigail Blaikie reports.

QUT to kick the habit

Smoking will soon be banned on all Queensland University of Technology campuses. The University says it’s taking a ‘wellness’ approach, rather than focus on policing and punishment. Emily Halverson reports.

Dami Im stuns fans and shows she still has the X-Factor

Australia’s Eurovision star Dami Im, returned home to a sea of cheering fans at her former high school, John Paul College. The songstress dazzled the crowd, performing the hit song that won her second place in Sweden. Julia Wighton reports.

State of Adoption: RSPCA’s very own Origin battle

There’s been plenty of talk about State of Origin but that’s not the only interstate challenge this week. Queensland and New South Wales are going head to head in the RSPCA’s annual “State of Adoption.” Isobel Larkin reports.

States start shooting Origin shots

On the eve of the first State of Origin, Queensland finished their preparations with a late training session this afternoon. While New South Wales did their last hit-out this morning. The rival teams won’t meet until tomorrow night, but the

Hawthorn player faces treatment as cancer returns

AFL star Jarryd Roughead has spoken publicly for the first time since it was revealed his cancer has returned. The Hawk remains positive about both his personal future and playing career. Bryce Heaton reports.

QUT TV News – Monday 30 May 2016

The headlines, both the Coalition and Labor admit that saving the Great Barrier Reef from devastating coral bleaching, requires urgent action. Last night, the two leaders went head to head in what’s been dubbed a ‘relatively tame’ public debate. There’s

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