Day: September 22, 2017

QUT TV News – Friday 22 September 2017

In the bulletin, Police have charged a man, after he allegedly head butted former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, in Hobart. South East Queensland is set for scorching weather, with temperatures forecast to reach well into the 30s. The weather is

Man charged for allegedly assaulting Abbott

Police have charged a man, after he allegedly head butted former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, in Hobart. He’s been granted conditional bail. Georgia Garland reports.

Summer comes early for Queensland

South East Queensland is set for scorching weather, with temperatures forecast to reach well into the 30s. And there’s a severe bushfire threat. Rob Lutton reports.

Weather warning for Asthma sufferers

The weather is causing health problems, with an early start to hay fever season. It’s a double whammy for some, as the flu continues to take its toll. Kate McCormack reports.

New iPhone launched in Brisbane

Apple’s latest iPhone has been launched in Brisbane. The tech giant has also released its latest watch, which is already in big demand. John Hui reports.

Broncos ready for a major Storm

The Brisbane Broncos are preparing for what will almost certainly be their toughest game so far this season. The battered local side take on an in-form Storm, in Melbourne, for the right to play in the Grand Final. Tim Shepherd

Richmond fans gear up for MCG Final

The Cats meet the Crows tonight in the first AFL preliminary final. But the big interest is Saturday’s match. If Richmond take that win, they’ll make their first grand final appearance in 35 years. Matthew Hinchen reports.

Paralympians ready for biggest, most inclusive Commonwealth Games

Para athletes have battled to be recognised for decades. But next year the Gold Coast will showcase para-sport in a way that’s never been seen before. The 2018 Commonwealth Games will feature 45 per cent more athletes and 73 per

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