Day: September 27, 2017

QUT TV News – Wednesday 27 September 2017

In the bulletin, there’s increasing concern that Mount Agung volcano in Bali is about to erupt. The Federal Government and Australia’s major gas producers are thrashing out a plan to prevent a shortage next year. The first major test of

Mass evacuations in preparation for Mount Agung eruption

First tonight, there’s increasing concern that Mount Agung volcano in Bali is about to erupt. There have been mass evacuations in the area, although tourist flights have not yet been cancelled. But many visitors travelling for the holidays could find

Turnbull bargains with energy giants on gas supply

The Federal Government and Australia’s major gas producers are thrashing out a plan to prevent a shortage next year. The companies say they can produce more gas, but only if Australians pay a fair price, because they get a better

Driverless cars to be tested in Ipswich

The first major test of driverless cars in Queensland will be held in Ipswich. The state government has announced details of the trial which will be held in 2019. Elizabeth Peel reports.

Home rehabilitation for brain injury victims

People with Acquired Brain Injury will now get more assistance in Brisbane. A new rehabilitation program will help them recover at home. Rachael Maguire reports.

Brisbane’s recycled roads mean sustainable streets and savings for ratepayers

The Brisbane City Council is recycling old roads. It says the sustainable streets program is saving ratepayers as well as the environment. Tiffanie Turnbull reports.

High hopes the 2018 Commonwealth Games will inspire the next generation of athletes

In another of our special reports on the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the Queensland Government has argued they’ll inspire a generation of young athletes. But others say more needs to be done at a grassroots level to achieve that. Jenny Archdall

QUT Radio News – Wednesday 27 September 2017

The headlines, thousands flee a Vanuatu volcano. Another shooting in Queensland reopens the gun control debate. Saudi Women will finally get the right to drive – in 2018. Using high-tech to prosecute domestic abusers. And as if coke doesn’t already

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