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 Brisbane to the Gold Coast will be much quicker after work on a notorious section of the Pacific Motorway.

The lives of 20 young people with disabilities is improving.

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is quitting before the World Cup despite a thrilling win over Syria.

Another in our special series on the Commonwealth Games, and this time a look at the perceived boost to facilities and tourism.

Queenslanders have been feeling the heat this week, but one Brisbane marathon runner has been cool as an ice block.

This edition of QUT News is brought to you by Cassandra Catsoulis, Deon Savage and Lily Greer.


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