Day: October 5, 2017

QUT TV News – Thursday 5 October 2017

In this bulletin, fighting terrorism was on the agenda in Canberra today. Queensland property developers will be banned from making cash donations to all local and state political candidates. Some of Brisbane’s talented young fashion designers have shown their cutting

Premiers meet to discuss terror measures

Fighting terrorism was on the agenda in Canberra today. A special meeting of State and Territory leaders gave their support to a range of tough new national security measures, but the Prime Minister insists Australians won’t be under mass surveillance.

Developer donations dumped

Queensland property developers will be banned from making cash donations to all local and state political candidates. The commitment follows a damning Crime and Corruption Commission report, but it’s not yet known when the new rules will take effect. Natalie

Horror night on the roads

Police are investigating a ute fire north of Sydney which put three men in hospital. It was one of a number of serious incidents on our roads. Mark Zita reports.

Young designers strut their stuff on runway pop-up

Some of Brisbane’s talented young fashion designers have shown their cutting edge pieces on a pop-up runway in the Queen Street Mall. It’s a competition with a desirable prize for the winner. Vivien Topalovic reports.

Schools boogie to Borobi

It’s less than six months to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Now schools across the country are being encouraged to ‘get their boogie on’ with the Games Mascot, Borobi, and the new dance challenge got off to an enthusiastic start

Defections from Kangaroos squad

Star Kangaroos player Darius Boyd has been ruled out of the World Cup, due to a hamstring injury. And ‘Roos prop Andrew Fifita ignited a bombshell, defecting to play for Tonga. Charmaine Mifsud reports.

QUT Radio News – Thursday 5 October 2017

The headlines, a Nobel Prize in physics sparks new demand for Australia’s own space agency. And why we shouldn’t get snap happy with sloths and crocs. But first, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is hoping the states will introduce a controversial

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