Month: September 2017

QUT TV News – Friday 29 September 2017

In this bulletin, Queensland police have paid tribute to colleagues who died in the line of duty. Koala activists are blaming housing developments in southeast Queensland for critically low numbers. It’s almost AFL grand Final time and fans of Richmond

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Queensland police pay tribute in memorial march

Queensland police have paid tribute to colleagues who died in the line of duty. Hundreds of officers marched through Brisbane and attended a memorial service. Elizabeth Peel reports.

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Housing developments leave koala populations dwindling

Koala activists are blaming housing developments in southeast Queensland for critically low numbers. Carers of orphaned koalas on Brisbane’s Bayside say the future of the species in the area is under threat. Tiffanie Turnbull reports.

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Student model struts the Jimmy Choo catwalk

He’s one of the premiere names in the fashion industry, but Jimmy Choo still made time to share his knowledge with Queensland students this week. However, one QUT student had a head over heels experience like no other. Ben Downie

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Macklemore ignores criticism over Grand Final song choice

US Rapper Macklemore continues to defy criticism of his choice to perform a marriage equality anthem at Sunday’s Rugby League Grand Final. And our PM is backing him, showing a few rapping skills of his own, on national media. Rachael

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Tigers and Crows supporters turn out for Grand Final parade

It’s almost AFL grand Final time and fans from Richmond and Adelaide are praying for a break in two of the longest droughts in the game’s history. They lined the streets of Melbourne for the annual Grand Final Parade. Emily

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Security tightens ahead of flocking Riverfire crowds

Security has been bolstered for tomorrow night’s Riverfire festival. Up to half a million people are expected to attend Brisbane’s annual fireworks spectacular. Johanna Little reports.

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Ariarne Titmus prepares for the Commonwealth Games in Brisbane

One of our 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medal swimming hopes hails from the cooler waters of Tasmania. But she’s been lured up to Queensland to give her the best chance of success on the Gold Coast. Josh Martin reports.

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QUT TV News – Thursday 28 September 2017

In the bulletin, Queensland’s record-breaking heatwave has hit the state’s southeast. Redevelopment of Brisbane’s historic Howard Smith Wharves is finally taking shape. Anti-terror bollards will be installed along the route of the AFL grand final parade in Melbourne. He’s a

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Record heatwave hits South-East Queensland

Queensland’s record-breaking heatwave has hit the state’s southeast. As people in Brisbane sweltered the Cancer Council warned there isn’t enough shade in the city. Ethan Gould reports.

Posted in Environment, Health, Human Interest, News, QUT News, State, Television, Weather
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