Day: May 15, 2019

QUT TV News – Wednesday 15 May 2019

In this bulletin, Queensland is in the grip of a flu disaster. The election race has turned personal as two former Prime Ministers berate sitting members. One of Brisbane’s biggest cycling events is attracting thousands of riders and they’re raising

Authorities warn flu deaths are on the rise

Queensland is in the grip of a flu disaster. It has caused at least 25 deaths so far this year and authorities say nobody is safe. James Stephens reports.

Leaders look to shore up marginal seats

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are criss-crossing the country to win over voters before Saturday and house prices are a talking point for both parties. Grace Desoe reports.

Former PMs on the campaign trail

The election race has turned personal as two former Prime Ministers berate sitting members. But do voters really prefer politicians to focus on policy? Brittany Butler reports.

Great Brisbane Bike Ride raising funds to fight cancer

One of Brisbane’s biggest cycling events is attracting thousands of riders and they’re raising money for a good cause. Isabella Magee reports.

Brisbane’s Greek community begins Paniyiri prep

Paniyiri is Queensland’s largest cultural festival. So it takes plenty of preparation to get ready to feed the hungry hordes. Chloe Maxwell reports.

Injuries leave AFL teams hamstrung

The AFL will be without several key players this weekend. Bombers midfielder, Devin Smith, is expected to be sidelined for six to eight weeks with a knee injury. Isla Stanich reports.

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