Day: May 3, 2019

QUT TV News – Friday 3 May 2019

In this bulletin, as political leaders were readying for their second great debate in Brisbane, they both ran into campaign trouble. They’re in damage control over the dumping of party candidates. School students have taken a few hours off to

Candidates dumped as political leaders prepare for second debate

As political leaders were readying for their second great debate in Brisbane, they both ran into campaign trouble. They’re in damage control over the dumping of party candidates. Adam Ashmore reports.

Students strike again over climate change

School students have taken a few hours off to protest climate change. It’s been almost two months since the last National School Strike. Alana Riley reports.

Advocates push for changes to NDIS

Politicians of all persuasions have backed the National Disability Insurance Scheme. But advocacy groups are demanding urgent changes. Chris Smith reports.

Facebook bans Breast Cancer awareness ads

Facebook is under fire after banning an Australian Breast Cancer advertisement. The social media group says it won’t accept the level of nudity in the content. Jessica Rendall reports.

Hospital talent show raises funds for sick kids

One of Australia’s great charities, the Starlight Children’s Foundation, is trying to raise more money. As part of that sick children have been showcasing their talents. Ivy Mullins reports.

Broncos smashed by Bennett’s Rabbitohs

The Broncos are in all sorts of trouble after another loss. They were thrashed by Wayne Bennett’s Rabbitohs, thirty eight to six. Dominic Elsome reports.

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