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Food charities band together so all can get a fair share

Two of the state’s biggest food charities have teamed up to make millions of meals for Queenslanders in need. Food Bank and Fare Share are ready to cook up a storm. Anna Graham reports.

New daycare centre dubbed one-stop shop for families

Parents in Brisbane’s CBD have more childcare options than ever. A new daycare centre has just opened on George Street. The extra places on offer are helping drive down prices for city Mums and Dads. Leanne Nebe reports.

QUT Radio News – Tuesday 9 October 2018

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QUT TV News – Monday 8 October 2018

In this bulletin, a maintenance supervisor at Dreamworld has told an inquest the button which could’ve prevented the fatal accident that killed four people, wasn’t checked. There is alarming new data on the levels of distress amongst young Australians. Summer

Inquest hears Dreamworld deaths could have been prevented with the press of a button

A maintenance supervisor at Dreamworld has told an inquest the button which could’ve prevented the fatal accident that killed four people, wasn’t checked. Stephen Murphy says he’d never pressed the button and was unsure what it actually did. Tom Fleming

Young Australians suffering psychological distress

There is alarming new data on the levels of distress amongst young Australians. One in three young people admit to high levels of psychological distress. Aleesha Buckby reports.

Queenslanders urged to get ready for storm season

Summer is fast approaching and authorities want the public to think now about preparing for the expected extreme weather conditions. Georgie Hewson reports.

Drivers targeted as kids head back to school

Parents frazzled about heading back to school, had one more thing to worry about this morning. Brisbane City Council has restarted its campaign to tackle drivers who flaunt parking rules near schools. Liam Kennedy reports.

Tourists causing traffic troubles on Bribie Island

Bribie Island is best known as a quiet region north of Brisbane with an idyllic lifestyle and beachside getaways. But speedy tourists and congestion are causing headaches for locals. Laura Daly reports.

Movie boom boosts jobs and economy

Queensland’s Gold Coast will be home to two giant film productions, each starting work this month. Politicians believe the movie boom will boost jobs and the economy. Anna Graham reports.

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