Day: September 19, 2019

QUT TV News – Thursday 19 September 2019

In this bulletin, shark culling will now be banned in the Great Barrier Reef marine park. A suspected bomb has shut down the town of Mullumbimby. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is, by all reports, about to be feted in the

Bomb scare in Byron Shire

A suspected bomb has shut down the town of Mullumbimby. Police and other emergency services surrounded the scene most of the day. Max Melit reports.

Court cans shark culling in Queensland

Shark culling will now be banned in the Great Barrier Reef marine park. A court has ruled it’s unnecessary. Georgia Collings reports.

Morrison en route to Trump meeting

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is, by all reports, about to be feted in the U.S. He’s preparing for high level discussions with Donald Trump while his ministers talk up the budget at home. Harris Wakeling reports.

Droughts won’t sideline mango sales this season

A taste of summer has hit supermarket shelves. The season’s first tray of mangoes sold for a juicy sum at Brisbane’s annual charity auction. But following the recent dry weather will there be enough to go around? Megan Rainbird reports.

Pirate play-day raising funds for kids with cancer

It’s “Talk like a Pirate” day and it’s helping kids with cancer. Children and adults alike dressed-up, hunted for treasure and said “Arghh me hearties” all for a great cause. Amber Gifford reports.

Half of Aussie adults expected to enter record powerball

A $150 million powerball draw is making history in Australia. But do you really have a chance of winning? Michael Rodden reports.

Tigers gearing up for weekend prelim-final

In sport, we start with AFL news and the Giants Toby Greene has appealed his one match ban for ‘unreasonable contact’, while Richmond has its final hit-out before the preliminary final. Ha-Teya Gripske reports.

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