Day: September 26, 2017

QUT TV News – Tuesday 26 September 2017

In the bulletin, three 15-year-old boys have survived a fiery early morning crash in the Brisbane suburb of Windsor. Burns patients in Queensland will soon be able to grow their own skin. It may be school holidays, but some Queensland

Teenagers survive fiery car crash

Three 15-year-old boys have survived a fiery early morning crash in the Brisbane suburb of Windsor. The boys were rescued by locals, who heard them hooning down their street. Tiffanie Turnbull reports.

McCormark pleads guilty to child porn charges

Former Channel Nine reporter Ben McCormack has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. He’s facing up to 15 years in jail. Emma Crichton reports.

Queensland skin centre offers world leading treatment

Burns patients in Queensland will soon be able to grow their own skin. The world-leading treatment will be offered at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital which has opened the state’s first skin culture centre. Ethan Gould reports.

Highschoolers attend QUT STEM camp

It may be school holidays, but some Queensland secondary students are still hard at work. They’re attending a special camp at QUT focusing on science, technology, engineering and maths. Rachael Maguire reports.

Martin dusts off Brownlow ahead of AFL Grand Final

Richmond star Dustin Martin is poised to cement his place in history, as the first Richmond player to win the Brownlow Medal and then play in the grand final. Martin was the shortest price favourite for last night’s Brownlow, in

Cowboys coach rules out Scott’s comeback

Cowboys coach Paul Green has played down concerns for stand-in skipper Gavin Cooper and centre Justin O’Neill, after resting them at today’s training in Townsville. Both players only had light duties before heading to the dressing room. Elizabeth Peel reports.

Martin returns to Tiger’s training after Brownlow celebrations

After a night of celebrating, it’s back to work for Dustin Martin, who took home the Brownlow Medal last night. The Tigers are busy training for this Saturday’s AFL Grand Final. Jessica Riga reports.

The Young Endeavour docks in Brisbane

The tall ship Young Endeavour has docked in Brisbane. Its crew of young sailors just completing a challenging voyage off the Queensland coast. Johanna Little reports.

QUT Radio News – Tuesday 26 September 2017

The headlines, volcanos and earthquakes rock the Pacific Rim. Fire ants on the move again across the South East. And a link between cognitive ability and support for same sex marriage. QUT Radio News is brought to you by Naveen

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