Day: April 16, 2019

QUT TV News – Tuesday 16 April 2019

In this bulletin, police are investigating the fatal shooting of a Brisbane doctor. Shocking video of a carjacking and chase through Melbourne has been played in court. The Royal Flying Doctor Service wants to use drones to improve rural health

Police hunt the killer of a popular Brisbane doctor

Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a Brisbane doctor. He was killed in the garage of his own home at MacGregor by a gunman who is on the run. Brigitte O’Brien reports.

Carjacking video shown in court

Shocking video of a carjacking and chase through Melbourne has been played in court. It shows the moment the car’s owner and bystanders tried to fight back. Liam Lo Grande reports.

Major parties target marginal seats

There’s no let up in the intensity of the Federal election campaign. Both of the major parties are targeting marginal seats and talking health and funding. Beatriz Alonso reports.

Think tank drones down on ways to improve outback health care

The Royal Flying Doctor Service wants to use drones to improve rural health care. It believes they could carry things like snake anti-venom, or even transport patients eventually. Hannah Donnelly reports.

Rocketeers ready for blast-off

A group of budding scientists is ready for blast-off. The ‘UQ Space’ crew are gearing up for Australia’s only rocket competition. Laura Lavelle reports.

Meninga pays tribute to retiring Inglis

League great, Mal Meninga, believes newly retired star Greg Inglis will eventually be recognised in the hall of fame. Meanwhile in AFL the Hawks have lost one of their top players. Mac Lyon reports.

Sick kids get Easter treats

Now a bright light during a dark period for sick kids. They’ve enjoyed a little fun with the Easter bunny and chocolates galore. Shelley Cheng reports.

QUT Radio News – Tuesday 16 April 2019

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