Category: Media

Diggers embrace digital donations this Anzac Day

In a hurry? don’t worry! Tap and Donate this Anzac Day! By Leia Comegna RSL Queensland’s annual ANZAC Appeal Ambush in central Brisbane is taking a new approach this Anzac Day.

Man charged with selling fake Ed Sheeran tickets faces court

A Brisbane man has faced court, accused of selling fake tickets to Ed Sheeran’s recent concert. Fans were allegedly left empty-handed, after forking out hundreds of dollars for tickets that never arrived. Courtney McAllister reports.

QUT Radio News – Commonwealth Games Special – Wednesday 4 April 2018

Welcome to the second day of our special reports on the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Today we look at media restrictions on reporting sporting events and what the road closures mean for local businesses, along with all the rest

Spicer inspires a new generation of journalists

High profile journalist Tracey Spicer has delivered an inspirational message to QUT students. She sat down for a personal Q and A session with undergraduates who are working hard to become the next generation of dedicated reporters. Jorja McDonnell reports.

Aladdin magic flies into town

Brisbane audiences will experience their own magic carpet ride next year when Disney’s Aladdin comes to town. Promoters say the stage show will feature original music and special effects. Elise Donaldson reports.

McCormark pleads guilty to child porn charges

Former Channel Nine reporter Ben McCormack has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. He’s facing up to 15 years in jail. Emma Crichton reports.

PM’s message overshadowed by MP’s f-bomb

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reiterated his commitment to Queensland in Brisbane today. But his message of ‘jobs and growth’ was interrupted by a Coalition MP dropping the f-bomb. Marisa Kuhlewein reports.

Queensland Rail to undergo a new round of improvements

Queensland Rail will undergo a new round of improvements to make travel safer and easier. Included will be an upgrade of 10 stations and more drivers. Mark Zita reports.

Australians fall victim to revenge porn

By Zarisha Bradley Produced for online by Elisabeth Moss One in five Australians have fallen victim to “image-based abuse”, commonly known as revenge porn, a joint study by Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Monash University has found. The research showed

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A 40-year-old ICE addict’s road to recovery

Andrea Simmons had the perfect life. “I had the boat, the houses, the cars, the perfect kids and I always kept it together,” she says. That was all before she became an ice addict. Written by Annie Pullar

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