Day: May 15, 2017

QUT TV News – Monday 15 May 2017

In this bulletin, an 18-year-old man has been remanded in custody charged with the grievous bodily harm of a teenager. Year One school children will now be required to undergo testing to better understand their grasp of numeracy and literacy.

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Tassie Devils get a second chance

Written by Renee Borgeaud Produced for online by Jessica McGrath A cure may be at hand for Tasmanian Devils with studies finding a breakthrough in the Devil Facial Tumor Disease which has threatened the population for more than 10 years.

Posted in Environment, QUT News, Science

Digging up the past with National Archaeology Week

Written by Ben Downie Produced for online by Jessica McGrath Today marks the beginning of Australia’s National Archaeology Week held in museums and universities across Australia. The Australian Archaeological Association launched the celebrations this morning at the Queensland Museum.

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Man charged for kicking teen in head remanded in custody until Wednesday

May 15, 2017 By Molly Houseman The Redcliffe Magistrates Court was packed today with crowds gathering for the first mention of the case against a man charged with causing grievous bodily harm to a teenager. Jake Ashley Law-Cobbo did not

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Man charged for kicking teen in the head

An 18-year-old man has been remanded in custody charged with the grievous bodily harm of a teenager. The man will face court later this week. Kate Lavrencic reports.

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Year One students put to the test

Year One school children will now be required to undergo testing to better understand their grasp of numeracy and literacy. It’s part of a Federal funding condition under the Gonski 2.0 reforms. Laura English reports.

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Anaesthetists address the elephant in the room

They look after us when we’re sick, but what happens when those who care for us are suffering themselves? An industry conference in Brisbane is encouraging doctors to speak up on mental health. Lily Nothling reports.

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Foggy start hits Brisbane flights

Brisbane woke to a thick blanket of fog Monday. It caused chaos for commuters, with vision restricted to about 50 metres in some suburbs. Zarisha Bradley reports.

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Mother’s Day out on the water

It’s an annual event which now attracts competition from around the country. Paddlers enjoyed Mother’s Day out on the water for the Annual Macleay Island Classic. Charlotte Tully reports.

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Festivities shutting out local businesses

Written by Caitlin Archbold Produced for online by Reece D’Alessandro The increasing number of ‘mini-festivals’ sponsored by property developers and other large businesses are part of the gentrification of Brisbane, according to an event management specialist from the University of

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