Day: October 6, 2017

QUT TV News – Friday 6 October 2017

In this bulletin, a 31 year murder cold case looks to have been solved. Cardinal George Pell has returned to a Melbourne court briefly on historic sex charges. The State Government has raised new concerns about what it’s described as

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Breakthrough in Sharron Phillips case

A 31 year murder cold case looks to have been solved. Police say Sharon Phillips was murdered by a taxi driver, who picked her up on the night of May 9, 1986. The young woman’s never been seen again. Tianna

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Cardinal George Pell returns to Melbourne court

Cardinal George Pell has returned to a Melbourne court briefly on historic sex charges. Australia’s most senior Catholic was surrounded by security. Natalie Brown reports.

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New concerns raised over ‘excessive’ tree-clearing

The State Government has raised new concerns about what it’s described as “excessive” tree-clearing across Queensland. A new report claims almost 4,000 hectares were cleared last financial year. But the farmers’ lobby group AgForce begs to differ. Ashlee Press reports.

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Redcliffe foreshore gets revamp

Plans have been unveiled for a dramatic new redevelopment of the Redcliffe foreshore. It includes including an inflatable water park off the coast. But not everyone is in favour of the project. Charmaine Mifsud reports.

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Council offers new deal to microchip pets

Brisbane City Council is offering a subsidy, if you have your pet micro-chipped. So far this year, more than 1,500 unidentifiable pets have been impounded. City Hall says the deal will save you money, and keep your pet safe. Vivien

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Cronk criticises Fifita’s move

Kangaroos star Cooper Cronk has criticized Andrew Fifita’s defection to Tonga. Cronk says he’s disappointed about how the issue was handled. Mark Zita reports.

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A daily hub for creativity and learning

Just over a year after its official opening, QUT’s second Creative Industries precinct is well and truly thriving. The stunning facility is the home of dance, music and sound production students. And it’s a daily hub for inspired creativity and

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