Day: April 26, 2019

QUT TV News – Friday 26 April 2019

In this bulletin, a welcome boost today as Bill Shorten introduces new funding to support domestic violence victims. A new technology has also been introduced to help at risk women. Here’s a story that will really grind your gears. Our

New device a game changer in the fight against domestic violence

A welcome boost today as Bill Shorten introduces new funding to support domestic violence victims. A new technology has also been introduced to help at risk women. Leanne Nebe reports.

Politicians pledge to spend big on domestic violence and accessible homes

Labor is planning a big boost to handle domestic violence issues. With the federal election campaign coming up to week three, Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten have run out of public holiday truces. Both men today had big spending announcements

Queensland’s worst roads revealed

Here’s a story that will really grind your gears. Our state’s most congested roads have been named and shamed, as more than two thousand motorists speak out about what drives them mad. Aleisha McLaren reports.

Brisbane’s shot to beat the flu season

It’s that time of year again. As Queenslanders struggle to shrug off the summer flu, health authorities are urging residents to get their vaccinations now, with the winter season almost upon us. Luca Ikesu-Ling reports.

Broncos remain hopeful for a victory against the Sharks

The Brisbane Broncos are hoping to take a bite out of the Sharks as they struggle to shake off their recent form. While the Lions prepare to go to battle with the Gold Coast Suns. Tom Robson reports.

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