Day: September 16, 2019

QUT TV News – Monday 16 September 2019

In this bulletin, there’s a major crisis brewing in the middle east after a drone attack on Saudi Arabia. In Australia the initial impact has been on petrol prices. There could be some storms on the way for Queensland but

Petrol price spike feared after attacks in Saudi Arabia

There’s a major crisis brewing in the middle east after a drone attack on Saudi Arabia. In Australia the initial impact has been on petrol prices. Michael Rodden reports.

Firefighters flock to Queensland to help bushfire efforts

There could be some storms on the way for Queensland but lightning strikes might make the fire situation worse. Three-thousand interstate firefighters are already here to help. Charles Dally-Watkins reports.

Man left homeless after Petrie house fire

A Brisbane man is warning others to insure their properties after fire gutted his home. Firefighters were quickly there but the single-story brick property was already engulfed in flames. Ha-Teya Gripske reports.

Push to address discrimination against disabilities

The Disability Royal Commission is sitting in Brisbane. Commissioners explained how they want to help prevent exploitation or abuse of the disabled. Harris Wakeling reports.

Confusion over council’s koala corridor

Brisbane City Council has spent more than six million dollars on a koala corridor for Mount Gravatt. But there are claims the land isn’t actually suitable for conservation. Libby Hopper reports.

Dramatic police chase in Victoria

Three masked people were involved in a dramatic police chase in Victoria. They went on a wild spree in a stolen car causing traffic chaos and anger. Georgia Collings reports.

Double loss for Brisbane footy

The Ashes are on their way back to Australia after the cricket series, but Broncos players won’t be celebrating. They were knocked out of the finals in dramatic fashion. The Lions lost too. Max Melit reports.

QUT Radio News – Monday 16 September 2019

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