Day: October 1, 2019

QUT TV News – Tuesday 1 October 2019

Free public transport for seniors

In this bulletin, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been dragged into the scandal over the so-called Mueller report into the election of Donald Trump. Drivers are being urged to fill up while they can before fuel prices hit an all

Morrison asked to help Trump

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been dragged into the scandal over the so-called Mueller report into the election of Donald Trump. Australia has confirmed the White House asked the Prime Minister for help. Tom Hainsworth reports.

Fuel prices expected to hit an all time high

Drivers are being urged to fill up while they can before fuel prices hit an all time high. Customers are already paying just under $1.72, in some parts of the south east. Kelseigh Wrigley reports.

Man shot by police after tow truck chase

It began as the alleged theft of a tow truck in Melbourne. Then it escalated into a car chase and the drama on suburban streets ended in a police shoot-out. Lachlan Cross reports.

Free off peak travel for Brisbane seniors

Brisbane seniors will now ride for free on some public transport if they are happy to travel outside of rush hour. The Lord Mayor launched the initiative today, a few months after it was announced in the Council budget. Lucy

Top restaurants join Foodbank fundraiser to feed those in need

Some of Brisbane’s most exclusive restaurants are teaming up to help feed Queenslanders in need. The charity Foodbank is hosting a fine dining experience to raise money for the thousands of families across the state who go hungry every month.

Raiders fans ready for NRL Grand Final

The Canberra Raiders are making the most of the few days they have left before the grand final match against the Roosters on Sunday and Canberrans turned out in droves for the “Fan Day.” Lucy Loram reports.

Football hits a new pace in Queensland

A more relaxed approach to soccer. Football Queensland has officially launched their take on walking football. Jacob Condon reports.

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