Day: May 14, 2019

QUT TV News – Tuesday 14 May 2019

In this bulletin, the needs of first home buyers continues to dominate the campaign trail. Queensland scientists have made a breakthrough in the understanding of mental health. Motorists have been warned about an increasingly deadly danger on the roads. It’s

Major parties focus on first home buyers plans

The needs of first home buyers continues to dominate the campaign trail. The leaders of the major parties are both claiming they have the best plans as they vie for young voters. James Stephens reports.

Qld scientists make mental health breakthrough

Queensland scientists have made a breakthrough in the understanding of mental health. It’s hoped they can now find better drug treatments. Isabella Magee reports.

Motorists urged to watch out for animals over winter

Motorists have been warned about an increasingly deadly danger on the roads. In winter, wildlife creates new hazards. Chloe Maxwell reports.

Teacher suspended for tackling student

A deputy principal has been suspended for wrestling with a student in school yard brawl. The teacher tackled the student while trying to break up a fight. Grace Desoe reports.

Eczema experts call for more awareness

It’s the skin condition that affects thousands of Australians on a daily basis. Experts are calling for more awareness about a rising epidemic. Brittany Butler reports.

Million dollar rugby facility planned for Ballymore

Ballymore is about to get a 15 million dollar expansion. The money will build a state-of-the-art National Training Centre. Grace Desoe reports.

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