Day: May 4, 2018

QUT TV News – Friday 4 May 2018

Rankins to disappear from the Queen Street Mall.

In this bulletin, it’s been a frustrating and worrying day for emergency workers, Telstra and Australians facing a crisis. Some Ipswich Councillors have indicated they won’t back down over the corruption crisis now facing council. Fans of one of Brisbane’s

Telstra outage creates crisis for emergency services

It’s been a frustrating and worrying day for emergency workers, Telstra and Australians facing a crisis. Triple zero calls across the country have been failing, and the only advice has been try again. Anna McGraw reports.

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Ipswich councillors not backing down over corruption allegations

Some Ipswich Councillors have indicated they won’t back down over the corruption crisis now facing council. The Government plans to appoint an administrator, but has to give councillors a chance to reply. Ratepayers just want an end to it all.

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Landmark news agency to shut down

Fans of one of Brisbane’s landmark businesses have lost their battle. Rankins news agency will leave its City Mall location by the end of the month to make way for disabled lifts to the busway below. Madeline Escobar reports.

Queensland’s film industry gets $140 million federal boost

Soon it’ll be lights, camera, action on the Gold Coast “Glitter Strip”. The Turnbull Government has created a $140 million incentive to lure Hollywood blockbusters to Queensland. Gemma Niwa reports.

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Queensland meat royalty crowned at EKKA festival

Beef, more beef, and a little bit of lamb. The nation’s best steak and lamb have been crowned at the EKKA’S Food and Wine Show. Liam MacGillivray reports.

Demand on the rise for electric bikes

Cycling has taken the world by storm. Now the electric bike is sweeping Brisbane. They cost as little as $20 a year to run, and are congestion busting. Alice Sinclair reports.

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Thousands expected at Buddha’s birthday celebration

Brisbane is about to celebrate Buddha’s birthday with one of the largest festivals in the world. South Bank is the place to be for a weekend of festivities. Toby Rowen reports.

Broncos take controversial win over Bulldogs

The Broncos narrowly got away with a win over the Bulldogs 22 to 20. But there was a controversial full time penalty, and an angry Canterbury coach. Max Eagels reports.

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