Day: September 25, 2017

QUT TV News – Monday 25 September 2017

In the bulletin, a software failure at Sydney’s domestic airport, caused school holiday passenger chaos around the country. Police and fire investigators have spent the day at the site of a suspicious factory blaze in Brisbane’s north. A new poll

Software malfunction delays flights at Sydney domestic airport

A software failure at Sydney’s domestic airport, caused school holiday passenger chaos around the country. Brisbane Airport was still working to clear the backlog of delayed flights, this afternoon. Ethan Gould reports.

Virginia factory fire labelled “suspicious” by Queensland police

Police and fire investigators have spent the day at the site of a suspicious factory blaze in Brisbane’s north. The emergency destroyed a car parts plant and sparked health concerns, because of toxic smoke. Emma Crichton reports.

‘No’ vote gaining ground in same-sex marriage debate

A new poll shows that support for same-sex marriage has fallen below 60 per cent. Campaigning for both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ sides has heated up, as Australians begin returning their ballot papers. Johanna Little reports.

State survey on smoking at home

Should smoking in home units be banned? It’s one of the measures Queenslanders are being asked to consider, in a new survey on smoke-free places. Joshua Martin reports.

Suncorp Stadium’s NRL Grand Final campaign

The Queensland government is pushing for future NRL grand finals to be played at Suncorp Stadium. Sports Minister Mick de Brenni says crowd numbers prove, Brisbane is the home of rugby league. Jessica Riga reports.

Cowboys co-captain Matt Scott aiming for Grand Final return

Cowboy co-captain Matt Scott is being considered for a return to the field for the Grand Final. He’s been recovering from a knee injury, which sidelined him in week two. Rachael Maguire reports.

Tenacious Tigers retain Trent Cotchin for Grand Final

It’s already been a great week for the Richmond Tigers. Their captain Trent Cotchin, has been cleared to play in Saturday’s grand final. And star player ‘Dusty’ Martin is tipped as the hot favourite to take out tonight’s Brownlow medal.

Lego artist lands dream-job at Brisbane Airport

Brisbane airport has made a surprise choice for its new artist-in-residence. While his name may be unfamiliar, the material he works with certainly isn’t. Emily Kuehner reports.

QUT Radio News – Monday 25 September 2017

The headlines, as temperatures heat up across the south-east there are fears for an extreme fire season. The ‘yes’ campaign in the same sex marriage vote comes under pressur. Researchers say too much screen time is producing autism like behaviour.

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