Day: June 1, 2016

QUT TV News – Wednesday 1 June 2016

State of origin weather with Jack Gramenz

The headlines, it’s the day all footie fans hang out for each year. State of Origin, game one, kicks off tonight. The Prime Minister and Opposition Leader were campaigning in Brisbane today. The State Government boosted its commitment to green

Queensland fans ready to paint the town Maroon

It’s the day all footie fans hang out for each year. State of Origin, game one, kicks off tonight. Thousands of Queenslanders are already starting to arrive at ANZ stadium, ready to cheer on their beloved Maroons. But an away

PM’s campaign continues in Brisbane

The Prime Minister and Opposition Leader were both in Brisbane today. Malcolm Turnbull continued with his jobs and growth mantra, helped by strong growth figures and new polls showing the coalition edging ahead. Mr Turnbull says the figures show their

Shorten’s renewable energy key to lowering electricity bills

Bill Shorten used his time in the Sunshine State today, to pledge Labor’s funding commitment to renewable energy. He says it’s the energy of the future. Paxton Roth reports.

The sunshine state to boost commitment to solar power

The State Government boosted its commitment to green energy. It will triple the amount of electricity generated by solar power. Emily Halverson reports.

Wannabe robber gets a taste of his own medicine

An armed man has attempted to rob a pharmacy in Sydney’s south-west. But he was no match for a number of women inside the store. They fended off the robber, one woman using a walking stick. Keira Wallace reports.

Queenslanders warned to be careful while keeping warm

Fire authorities are warning people to check their heaters and appliances, with the start of winter. They say Queenslanders need to be more vigilant in the cooler season. Samantha Cheney reports.

Blues drop the ball on game plan gaff

To sport now, and Cooper Cronk has been cleared to take on the Blues, in tonight’s State of Origin opener. The halfback completed yesterday’s captains run without a hiccup. He’ll be a key cog, in Queensland’s quest for the 20-16

Top