Day: May 23, 2016

QUT TV News – Monday 23 May 2016

Missing voters

The headlines, it’s week three of the federal election campaign and the Prime Minister is under pressure from the polls, for the first time. The average Australian is eating more than double the recommended amount of salt every day. It’s

Prime Minister under pressure with the polls

It’s week three of the federal election campaign. The Prime Minister is under pressure from the polls, for the first time. Infrastructure is a key word for both leaders, campaigning on opposite sides of the country today. Joshua Cheadle reports.

Last minute rush to enroll

Almost one million people are missing out on their chance to vote. With the election looking like it’ll come down to the wire, time is running out to have your say. Hannah Kotaidis reports.

Hidden salt a health hazard

The average Australian is eating more than double the recommended amount of salt every day. And the Cancer Council is warning. If we don’t cut back on that intake, we’re risking potentially fatal health conditions. Isabella Pilbeam reports.

Crunch time for Aussie rowers and Rio

It’s the last chance for our Aussie rowers to qualify for Rio. At the finals in Switzerland, the teams in our mens’ and womens’ eights both finished third. They must go better in tomorrow’s sudden-death races. Gizelle Ghidella reports.

All on track for Gold Coast Games

Preparations for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, are on schedule. That’s the word from the Games organisers despite industrial action hampering progress at key construction sites. And today a major new sponsor for the event was revealed. Toby Crockford

Marine magic off North Straddy

There’s been a rare marine event off North Stradbroke Island. A visit from one of the ocean’s gentle giants, a whale shark. Divers managed to film the encounter, only the second sighting in the past decade. Jack Gramenz reports.

New dash cams to capture full picture

A new camera that produces a 360 degree view is about to be released in Australia. This new technology has the potential to change everything from sports coverage to traffic monitoring. Charlie Hodgetts reports.

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