Day: September 21, 2017

QUT TV News – Thursday 21 September 2017

In the bulletin, volunteers and doctors work around the clock, as the death toll exceeds 230 following the Mexico earthquake. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he’s commitment to Queensland but his message was overshadowed by a Coalition MP dropping the

PM’s message overshadowed by MP’s f-bomb

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reiterated his commitment to Queensland in Brisbane today. But his message of ‘jobs and growth’ was interrupted by a Coalition MP dropping the f-bomb. Marisa Kuhlewein reports.

Brisbane company unveils solar-powered race car

A Brisbane company is claiming line honours in the race to make the world’s first commercially available solar-powered car. Their company has unveiled a racing version, for next month’s Darwin to Adelaide solar challenge. Tim Shepherd reports.

GOMA goes with art guaranteed to shock

An art exhibition that’s guaranteed to shock is coming to GOMA. The works have been described as grotesque, although the artist begs to differ. Matthew Hinchen reports.

Broncos boost for prelim final

The Broncos have arrived in Melbourne for the grand final qualifier against the Storm. The home team is hot favourite. But Brisbane’s been boosted by the return of their skipper. Georgia Garland reports.

Giraffe takes tall trek across Australia

Most animals born in captivity have very little opportunity to see much of the outside world. But that’s not the case for one very special giraffe from Australia Zoo. Kate McCormack reports.

QUT Radio News – Thursday 21 September 2017

The headlines, cashless welfare cards rolling out in Bundaberg and Hervey Bay but will they really combat crime and unemployment? Fancy a flight from Kangaroo Point? Proposals for helicopter tourism from the cliffs to the Brisbane Botanical Gardens. And sleeping

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