Day: September 18, 2018

QUT TV News – Tuesday 18 September 2018

Strawberries dumped.

In this bulletin, a powerful message today, about the tragedy of the fruit sabotage saga. Australia’s major research think-tank, CSIRO, is unveiling its latest technology at the ‘Data 61 Live’ event in Brisbane. Tennis star John Millman is coming back

Fruit sabotage saga hits hard

A powerful message today, about the tragedy of the fruit sabotage saga. A Queensland farming family released a video of them dumping their entire strawberry stock. The State Government has announced financial help for growers but it may be too

Sudmalis quits blaming bullying and branch-stacking

Prime Minister Scott Morrison maintains bullying is not an issue within the Liberal party despite the resignation of yet another female Liberal MP. Backbencher Anne Sudmalis will quit politics at the next election, blaming “branch-stacking, undermining and leaks”. James Kleeman

A glimpse of future tech on display

Australia’s major research think-tank, CSIRO, is unveiling its latest technology at the ‘Data 61 Live’ event in Brisbane. The free, two-day event explores the future of robotics, information technology and more. Rhys Court reports.

Brisbane tennis champ to play home-town International

Tennis star John Millman is coming back to his home town, to compete at the Brisbane International, early next year. The 29-year-old made world headlines a fortnight ago, when he beat Roger Federer in the US Open. Nicole Wong reports.

Splashing ideas for the school holidays

Brisbane City Council has unveiled a blockbuster program set to make a splash with the kids this school holidays. It features more than 500 free and low-cost activities for children of all ages. Daniele Antonaglia reports.

Burgess fronts the media

As football clubs ramp up their preps for this year’s grand finals. NRL star player Sam Burgess has broken his his silence about the lewd sexting allegations engulfing the Rabbitohs club. Telling a press conference the scandal had hurt his

Broncos women have their eyes on top prize

Women’s NRL Premiership front runners, the Brisbane Broncos, are gearing up for the game that could cement their perfect season. The Broncos women’s side will play in Melbourne this Friday against the New Zealand Warriors, and they’re hoping to walk

QUT Radio News – Tuesday 18 September 2018

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