Day: May 2, 2019

QUT TV News – Thursday 2 May 2019

In this bulletin, the Queensland government has sacked Logan City Council after a corruption probe involving the mayor and most of the city’s councillors. Brisbane residents woke to the sound of explosions and cries for help this morning, as a

Logan City Council sacked by the Queensland Government

The Queensland Government has sacked Logan City Council after a corruption probe involving the mayor and most of the city’s councillors. Retired senior public servant Tamara O’Shea will take the reins as interim administrator. Dominic Elsome reports.

Election campaigning heads to the Apple Isle

Party leaders could cross paths this week as their campaign trails head south. They’re both in Tasmania with the Prime Minister discussing an overhaul of the PBS and the Opposition leader promoting clean energy. Alana Riley reports.

Fire destroys Brisbane boarding house

Brisbane residents woke to the sound of explosions and cries for help this morning, as a fire tore through an inner city boarding house. A nearby aged-care facility was forced into evacuation as the fire spread. Jessica Rendall reports.

Politicians put differences aside to raise a cuppa to fight cancer

Queensland Parliament House is raising awareness for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. It’s a fundraising event that’s brings people together, to raise awareness for cancer. Chris Smith reports.

Hundreds of dogs in need of homes

For many families, having puppies would be a dream come true, but unfortunately not all are born into a happy home. The RSPCA says there are around 4.8 million dogs in Australia however not all of these live with a

The Storm give Smith a green card for Origin

The Melbourne Storm coach has backed the growing push for Cameron Smith to return to State of Origin. Craig Bellamy says Smith should answer an SOS from the Maroons. Adam Ashmore reports.

QUT Radio News – Thursday 2 May 2019

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