Day: May 5, 2017

QUT TV News – Friday 5 May 2017

In this bulletin, Malcolm Turnbull and Donald Trump have reaffirmed the Australian-American alliance during a brief but cordial meeting in New York city. The cost and heartbreak of flooding could soon be less painful. The current gluten free trend may

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Study provides better insight into flood management

The cost and heartbreak of flooding could soon be less painful. A comprehensive study released today is providing councils and insurers, with more relevant flood management information. Jenny Archdall reports.

Posted in Environment, News, Politics, QUT News, State, Television, Weather

Gluten free not good for everyone

The current gluten free trend may not be as healthy as many converts think it is. New research from the United Kingdom, shows choosing to avoid gluten without a medical reason, actually could be detrimental. Melissa Mackay reports.

Posted in Consumer, Health, Human Interest, News, QUT News, Television

Broncos Girls Academy receives funding boost

Many people may not know it, but the Broncos has a girls academy. It’s not about footy. It’s about supporting indigenous girls in high school and now Canberra’s kicked in with more funding. Emily Kuehner reports.

Posted in Education, Human Interest, Indigenous, News, QUT News, Sport, sport, Television

Outstanding Queenslanders honoured in OAM ceremony

Outstanding Queenslanders have been honoured at Government House. The annual event recognises extraordinary achievers in all walks of life, including athletes and journalists. Harrison Bain reports.

Posted in Human Interest, Media, News, QUT News, Sport, State, Television