Day: October 2, 2018

QUT TV News – Tuesday 2 October 2018

Greg Inglis

In this bulletin, Greg Inglis has been suspended for Australia’s two-Test tour of New Zealand after being charged with drink driving and speeding. Union members marched at all major Australian airports today, rallying against poor working conditions. Conjoined twins from

Airport workers in national protest over poor working conditions

Union members marched at all major Australian airports today, rallying against poor working conditions. Protestors say reduced hours, low pay and split shifts are affecting aviation security. Laura Lavelle reports.

Inglis defiant amid drink driving suspension

Greg Inglis has been suspended for Australia’s two-Test tour of New Zealand after being charged with drink driving and speeding. Earlier Inglis fronted the media but didn’t stand down. Amy Wilson reports.

Treasurer slams foreign transaction charges as a “rip-off”

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says Australians are still being ripped off by banks. He’s ordered an investigation into foreign currency fees. Jack Jones reports.

Australian doctors hopeful to separate conjoined twins in single operation

Conjoined twins from Bhutan have arrived in Melbourne for separation surgery. Nima and Dawa Peldan are joined at the stomach. Doctors at the Royal Children’s Hospital will assess if the twins are viable candidates for the complex operation. Alice Leggett

Multi-faceted military might on display as battalion transitions in Brisbane

The Australian Army loves a parade, and today officers at Enoggera put on quite a show. The First Military Police battalion marked its official transition of command with an impressive display of discipline. James Hawes reports.

New Farm gets newest ferry

One of Brisbane’s busiest and most popular parks is now easier to get to. A new ferry terminal has just opened, making New Farm Park an even more popular choice for the holidays. Georgie Nichols reports.

Richmond recruits Lynch, Munster cleared for Kangaroos

Former Gold Coast Suns forward Tom Lynch has committed to Richmond for the 2019 season. Lynch debuted in 2011, playing 131 games for the Suns. Liam Morton reports.

QUT Radio News – Tuesday 2 October 2018

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