Women of the World can do anything

Women of the World is also part of Festival 2018. “Wow” celebrates women from across the Commonwealth. And its message? Girls can do anything.

Jorja McDonnell reports.

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Indigenous culture takes centre stage at Festival 2018

Indigenous culture took centre stage on the first full day of Festival 2018. The two week program is showcasing the talent and stories of Queensland’s artistic community.

Michael McGuane reports.

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QUT Radio News – Commonwealth Games Special – Friday 6 April 2018

Welcome to the latest of our special reports on the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. It was a golden night for Australia on day one of competition.

Kaydan Howison reports.

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QUT Radio News – Commonwealth Games Special – Thursday 5 April 2018

Welcome to the latest of our special reports on the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Some shocking news as an Australian great pulls out of the Games at the last minute, but we also got our first medal. High hopes for the impact the Games will have on the glitter strip in the future and find out about all the free events available as part of Festival 2018.

Chloe Wilshire reports.

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Big thumbs up for Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

The Commonwealth Games are now officially up and running and the rain did nothing to dampen the spirits of hundreds of fans who watched the opening event on beach-side screens.

Claire Boughey reports.

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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 of the news from in and around the Games.

Tim Shepherd reports.

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Brisbane Airport embraces the GC Games

With more than 6,600 athletes from 71 nations coming to South-East Queensland, and tens of thousands of tourists, it’s no wonder airports around the south-east are chokkas.

Ashlee Press reports.

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Queen’s baton arrives on Gold Coast shores

Seventy countries. Three hundred and eighty eight Days. Two hundred and thirty thousand kilometres. From the gates of Buckingham Palace, to the Gold Coast’s golden beaches. The Queen’s baton is now on the final legs of its global tour.

Dominic Shumilin reports.

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Drivers heading to the Commonwealth Games urged to allow more time

If you’re planning to drive to the Commonwealth Games double the time you think it will take. That’s because a lot more vehicles are expected to be using Gold Coast roads.

Jorja McDonnell reports.

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Brisbane puts on a wet but right royal reception

More Commonwealth VIPs have arrived ahead of the Games. Prince Charles and Camilla have begun their tour of Australia.

Jorja McDonnell reports.

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