Day: May 4, 2017

QUT TV News – Thursday 4 May 2017

In this bulletin, leaked details of an ’emergency meeting’ at Buckingham Palace. The family of the bus driver killed in Moorooka last year, has met with Premier Palaszczuk. Queensland’s Ambulance Service is about to get a new 24 hour, emergency

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Calls for increased security on Brisbane public transport

The family of the bus driver killed in Moorooka last year, has met with Premier Palaszczuk. And joined a rally seeking better rights for all drivers. Annalise Pennisi reports.

Posted in Crime, Human Interest, News, QUT News, State, Television, Transport

New Qld Ambulance facility to inject new life into Brisbane

Queensland’s Ambulance Service is about to get a new 24 hour, emergency hub. The $13 million facility will be the nerve centre for all state-based ambulance facilities. Chloe Walker reports.

Posted in Health, News, Politics, QUT News, State, Television

Demographer predicts a Brisbane boom

Brisbane will boom in the next decade according to leading demographer Bernard Salt. He predicts the River City will rival Sydney and Melbourne. Renee Borgeaud reports.

Posted in Business, Human Interest, News, QUT News, State, Television, Tourism

Theatre happening anywhere and everywhere

From a heritage substation to a suburban house, Brisbane’s annual Anywhere Theatre Festival is coming to a place near you. And this year, there are over 500 performances in the program. Annie Pullar reports.

Posted in Entertainment, Human Interest, News, QUT News, Television

QUT Radio News – Thursday 4 May 2017

The headlines, an “emergency meeting” called at Buckingham Palace. Media analysts say Fairfax Media sackings are “short-sighted” and a healthier beer. QUT Radio News is brought to you by Kristopher Anderson and Andy Leung.

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