Day: May 26, 2016

QUT TV News – Thursday 26 May 2016

The headlines, Queensland Government is in damage control over the deepening Aurukun crisis. Another day on the Federal campaign trail, and another day of backflips, faulty memories, and emotion. A small, but vocal student protest attempted to blockade a mining

Aurukun crisis deepens driving Labor in to damage control

The Queensland Government is in damage control, over the deepening Aurukun crisis. Out of control youngsters are terrorising the remote Cape York community. Teachers have been evacuated to safety for the second time in as many weeks. It means the

Another day, another backflip on the campaign trail

Another day on the Federal campaign trail and another day of backflips, faulty memories, and emotion. Malcolm Turnbull was in central Queensland talking dams, while Bill Shorten campaigned in the Top End. Hannah Kotaidis reports.

Students demand uni stops supporting fossil fuels

A small, but vocal student protest attempted to blockade a mining symposium in the city. They called for QUT to sever all ties with the fossil fuel industry. Gizelle Ghidella reports.

Two men face fight for life following fire

Two workers from a Sydney wrecking yard are fighting for life in hospital after sustaining serious burns. The blaze which tore though the complex, followed explosions which sent huge fireballs into the air. Kinshu Jain reports.

Humble cuppa raised for cancer cause

The calories didn’t count today as more than 6,000 morning teas were hosted around the country. It’s the Cancer Council’s biggest and most popular fundraiser for cancer research. Isabella Pilbeam reports.

Maroons get down to business

The Queensland Maroons took to the field today for their first day of Origin training camp on the Gold Coast. And new head coach Kevin Walters showed a calm approach to the job. Joshua Cheadle reports.

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