Author: Ann Lund

QUT TV News – Thursday 26 September 2019

Scott Morrison at the UN

In this bulletin, The Prime Minister hits back at critics of Australia’s climate change record. Yet another report has warned that our oceans ecosystems are collapsing. The ACT has officially legalised cannabis for personal use. Drones can do all sorts

Injuries cause headaches ahead of AFL Grand Final

AFL grand final fever is mounting. Players have just two more nervous sleeps until the Giants and Tigers face off. Georgie Hewson reports.

Brisbane is Australia’s happy place

It’s often said we make our own happiness, and in Brisbane it seems we do a lot of it. A new report has revealed we’re the happiest in the country. Hannah Burstow reports.

QUT Radio News – Thursday 26 September 2019

Today’s news is brought to you by Lawrence Jeffcoat and Miriam Aguero.

QUT TV News – Wednesday 25 September 2019

Petrol price hike

In this bulletin, Queensland drivers are again feeling the pain at the petrol pump. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged Australians not to be too anxious over climate change. Brisbane Council has begun another war on disease carrying mosquitoes and

P-plater charged over Sydney scooter death

A 19 year old P-plate driver is facing months of court and a possible jail term after allegedly running over a scooter driver. The 41 year old victim was a delivery driver. Federica Willemsen reports.

Injured GWS players fight to make footy final

While some AFL players have been partying at the end of season, at least two are rueing their bad luck. They’re struggling to overcome injury before the Grand Final, and an NRL player is in the same boat. Pagan Blight

Spider senses running rife in new exhibit

If you’re afraid of spiders you should turn away. No not really, these ones are mostly behind glass in a new exhibition at the Queensland Museum. Elizabeth Neil reports.

QUT Radio News – Wednesday 25 September 2019

Today’s news is brought to you by Ha-Teya Gripske and Tom Hainsworth.

QUT TV News – Tuesday 24 September 2019

Road plan for Brisbane

In this bulletin, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is resisting calls for Australia to make deeper cuts to greenhouse gas emissions. Some of Brisbane’s most notorious traffic hotspots are in line for a significant upgrade. Australian teenagers love sugary drinks too