Month: April 2019

QUT TV News – Tuesday 30 April 2019

In this bulletin, Australia’s two biggest political opponents have gone head to head in debate and according to the audience Bill Shorten won. Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is in crisis again. Senate candidate, Steve Dickson, has resigned over footage of

Political leaders go head to head in debate

Australia’s two biggest political opponents have gone head to head in debate and according to the audience Bill Shorten won. He and Scott Morrison covered a lot of ground, reiterating their strengths and being probed about their weaknesses. Alexis Moran

One Nation senate candidate resigns over controversial video

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is in crisis again. Senate candidate, Steve Dickson, has resigned over footage of him in a strip club. Luca Ikesu-Ling reports.

RACQ calls for major upgrades to cut congestion and save lives

Queensland’s peak motoring body has warned that road conditions are costing lives. The RACQ says many roads are simply underfunded and over-used. Tom Robson reports.

Teens given tough lesson on safe driving

Even with more funding and perfect roads, teen drivers have been warned to take care. In fact some students have been scared straight in the latest driver education courses. Aleisha McLaren reports.

Dearden to debut with the Broncos

Rugby League and the Broncos are gambling on a rising talent for their game against South Sydney. It will also be a big day for a club star. Dominic Elsome reports.

QUT Radio News – Tuesday 30 April 2019

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QUT TV News – Monday 29 April 2019

In this bulletin, the leaders of the two major political parties go head-to-head in a debate in a few hours. Queensland’s economy had been given what some may regard as a fail mark by a major finance group. There have

Coalition and Labor prepare for tonight’s live debate

The leaders of the two major political parties go head-to-head in a debate in a few hours. Polling shows the coalition is now gaining ground on Labor. Leanne Nebe reports.

Queensland not in the best state of the states

Queensland’s economy had been given what some may regard as a fail mark by a major finance group, every year it looks at how the states and territories are performing. Dominic Elshome reports.

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