Day: September 28, 2017

QUT TV News – Thursday 28 September 2017

In the bulletin, Queensland’s record-breaking heatwave has hit the state’s southeast. Redevelopment of Brisbane’s historic Howard Smith Wharves is finally taking shape. Anti-terror bollards will be installed along the route of the AFL grand final parade in Melbourne. He’s a

Record heatwave hits South-East Queensland

Queensland’s record-breaking heatwave has hit the state’s southeast. As people in Brisbane sweltered the Cancer Council warned there isn’t enough shade in the city. Ethan Gould reports.

Howard Smith Wharves redevelopment taking shape

Redevelopment of Brisbane’s historic Howard Smith Wharves is finally taking shape. The Lord Mayor was on hand to inspect progress as the heritage restoration work began. Jessica Riga reports.

Anti-terror measures ahead of AFL Grand Final

Anti-terror bollards will be installed along the route of the AFL grand final parade in Melbourne. It’s just one measure police are taking to stop vehicle attacks. Elizabeth Peel reports.

Brave Bryce helping kids with cancer

He’s a little boy with a big heart. The nine-year-old has traveled around Australia, raising funds for kids with cancer and lighting up their lives. Emma Crichton reports.

Concerns over accommodation ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games

The 2018 Commonwealth Games will bring athletes from over 70 countries to the Gold Coast, as well as tens of thousands of tourists. While the government is confident of providing rooms for all visitors, the numbers may not stack up.

Cameron Smith wins second Dally M Medal

Storm Captain Cameron Smith has cemented his place as a Rugby League legend. Overnight, he won his second Dally M Medal. Ben Downie reports.

QUT Radio News – Thursday 28 September 2017

The headlines, calls for Brisbane City Council to provide more shade as the spring heatwave hits. Consumer advocates fear a new digital repayment app will cause serious financial hardship. And from blue to brie – Brisbane’s biggest cheese festival comes

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