Day: April 29, 2019

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.

Australian airports in chaos after computer crash

There have been chaotic scenes at Australia’s busiest international airports, after a computer systems crash meant passengers faced long waits. Annie Peng reports.

Unions demand tougher safety laws across Australia

Australia’s Unions are demanding tougher safety laws for workers. They’ve made it the catch cry of International Workers’ Memorial Day. Alexis Moran reports.

Broncos celebrate first win in four games

Last year’s AFL premiers, the West Coast Eagles, have slipped out of the top eight after a big loss to Geelong. In League the Broncos and the Knights celebrate long-awaited victories. Tom Robson reporting.

QUT Radio News – Monday 29 April 2019

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