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Johnathan Thurston distressed but hopeful after being ruled out for State of Origin game one

Written by Maudy Veltema The visibly upset Rugby League legend arrives on a push bike with his head hanging low and his eyes looking sad. Johnathan Thurston’s ongoing shoulder injury has ruled him out for the first game of his

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QUT TV News – Thursday 25 May 2017

QUT News - Adani protest

In the bulletin, a large and loud crowd of activists held an anti-Adani protest outside Queensland’s Parliament House. Brisbane morning tea lovers are on a mission to help fight cancer. It’s forty years, since ‘Star Wars’ first hit the silver

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Protesters demand Qld Government rejects Adani deal

A large and loud crowd of activists held an anti-Adani protest outside Queensland’s Parliament House. They’re demanding the Government reject a special royalties deal for the giant mine company. Lily Greer reports.

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Humble cuppa raises thousands for cancer research

Brisbane morning tea lovers are on a mission to help fight cancer. Already they’ve raised $700,000 for the Cancer Council and there’s more to come. Sarah Cawte reports.

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40 years on, Star Wars robots a reality

It’s 40 years, since ‘Star Wars’ first hit the silver screen, launching into our lives forever. Now robots like R2-D2 are no longer just a sci-fi fantasy. Lexy Haggard reports.

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Johnathon Thurston ruled out of Origin One

Champion five-eighth Johnathan Thurston is officially out of State of Origin Game One. Scans revealed his injured shoulder won’t be right in time. Bronco Anthony Milford will make his debut next Wednesday. Bryce Heaton reports.

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Experts are still fighting over whether chocolate is good for us

By Tamika Seeto Produced for online by Melissa Mackay   A small amount of chocolate per week can help prevent atrial fibrillation, a common heart condition that makes the heart beat at an abnormal rhythm, according to a new Harvard

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Australia’s biggest morning tea could do with a few more blokes

By Joseph Lam Australia’s biggest morning was held at Stamford Plaza earlier today and while cancer does not discriminate on the basis of gender it appears morning teas still do. The annual event which raised $2.2 million last year and aims for

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Queensland Foodbank feeds thousands and still struggles to meet demand

by Annie Pullar Produced for online by Melissa Mackay   Everyday more than 400,000 Queenslanders are left worrying about where their next meal is coming from, or if it will be there at all. Foodbank Queensland rescues more than 12

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Future of Australian farming looks grim, as population continues to age

By Cayla Marchant Produced for online by Melissa Mackay   The value of Australian agricultural exports has grown from $8.2 to $32.5 billion in the past 30 years, but the number of young farmers is plummeting. The workforce is aging and

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