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 more disquiet over the State Government’s decision to phase out sand mining on North Stradbroke Island in three years.

Techies unite, as the EduTECH conference and expo kicks off in Brisbane.

The Queensland Maroons are tonight in enemy territory in Sydney, two days before their State of Origin opener.

In AFL news, Collingwood is counting the cost of a bruising loss to the Western Bulldogs, who were forced to grind out the victory.

The habits of Australian shoppers have had a shake up in recent years.

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