Day: October 11, 2017

QUT TV News – Wednesday 11 October 2017

In this bulletin, homeowners in three states could be paid for turning off appliances during periods of high power demand. An out-of-control semi-trailer has crashed into cars and buildings leaving a trail of destruction in the Hunter Valley. Driving from

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Turn it off – and get paid!

Homeowners in three states could be paid for turning off appliances during periods of high power demand. The Commonwealth is offering rebates on their bills in a bid to prevent Summer power outages. Zak Adkins reports.

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Stolen truck leaves a trail of destruction

An out-of-control semi-trailer has crashed into cars and buildings leaving a trail of destruction in the Hunter Valley. It burst into flames with several locals injured, one critically. James Ives reports.

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Gateway merge upgrade announced

Driving from Brisbane to the Gold Coast will be much quicker after work on a notorious section of the Pacific Motorway. The Gateway merge is being upgraded to improve traffic flow. Holly Parkinson reports.

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New home for disabled youth

The lives of 20 young people with disabilities is improving. They’re about to move into a purpose-built housing project in Brisbane. Kayla Wratten reports.

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Socceroos coach calls it quits

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is quitting before the World Cup despite a thrilling win over Syria. He’s been heavily criticised for the team’s poor qualifying performances so far. Tom Copley reports.

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How much infrastructure remains after the Games?

Now another in our special series on the Commonwealth Games, and this time a look at the perceived boost to facilities and tourism. Does the hype actually stack up? Ben Downie reports.

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Australia’s coolest marathon runner

Queenslanders have been feeling the heat this week. But one Brisbane marathon runner has been cool as an ice block. Elise Donaldson reports.

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QUT Radio News – Wednesday 11 October 2017

The headlines, Gold Coast residents warned they will have to tone down political signs and tshirts for the Commonwealth Games Are Brisbane dog-baits actually being laid by other dog owners? How new digital power meters could help stop the spread

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