Day: October 10, 2017

QUT TV News – Tuesday 10 October 2017

In this bulletin, Queenslanders are being urged to go easy on the air-con this summer to guarantee power supply. The fate of seven Federal politicians with dual citizenship, including Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, is now in the hands of

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Air-conditioning debate starts heating up

Queenslanders are being urged to go easy on the air-con this summer to guarantee power supply. The State Government is confident our electricity network can cope with peak demand. But they say we can help ease the load and save

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Future of federal politicians in High Court’s hands

The fate of seven Federal politicians with dual citizenship, including Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, is now in the hands of the Court of Australia. A three-day hearing began today. And the judges’ ruling could decide the future of the

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Fire fighters remember fallen friends

Queensland fire fighters have paused to pay tribute to colleagues who died in the line of duty. Services were held across the state to commemorate Firefighters Remembrance Day. Charlotte Hartshorne reports.

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Riding for a cause

Two Brisbane brothers have completed an epic journey for depression research. They rode their motorbikes around the world overcoming their own obstacles. James Ives reports.

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Socceroos head off with Syria

The socceroos have a big challenge ahead of them in the knock out World Cup qualifying match against Syria. A win will mean a final round play-off to qualify for Russia next year. Maudy Veltema reports.

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The pains of being an elite athlete

Injury is a reality for any elite athlete. But Australian long-jumper Henry Frayne is clearing several hurdles to ensure he’s in the best shape possible to compete at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Lexi Kehl reports.

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Aladdin magic flies into town

Brisbane audiences will experience their own magic carpet ride next year when Disney’s Aladdin comes to town. Promoters say the stage show will feature original music and special effects. Elise Donaldson reports.

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QUT Radio News – Tuesday 10 October 2017

The headlines, the State Government moves to ban political donations. Calls for Queensland’s air conditioners to be ramped up to 26 degrees to save power. And if you think you’re not seeing as many bin chickens as you used to

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