Bill Shorten under fire as citizenship saga continues

The Government’s budget pitch has been overshadowed by the resignation of four Labor MPs with dual citizenship. Now Labor leader Bill Shorten is under fire.

Daneka Hill reports.

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Southern states set for Antarctic snap

A cold snap is bringing wintery scenes and blustery weather to some southern states. And eventually some of it will make its way to Brisbane for our first real chill of Autumn.

Georgia Indian reports.

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Three arrested in $150M drug bust

Federal Police have smashed an international drug syndicate with 200 kilos of Methamphetamine in Sydney. Incredibly it was found undisguised in plastic bags in suitcases.

Claire Boughey reports.

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Rare WWII bunkers unearthed in Brisbane’s CBD

Part of Brisbane’s war history will come alive at the Howard Smith Wharves development site. Five recently discovered air raid shelters are being included in the project.

Grant Hayes reports.

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Film-makers fly into Winton for Outback Film Festival

Griffith Film School celebrates the Australian outback at their upcoming Festival in rural Winton. But the event is more than just an appreciation for all things Ocker.

Teagan Matthews reports.

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Messy play day leaves tiny tots smiling

Hundreds of tiny tots ran amuck this morning in a special event involving messy play. Slime, paint and mud left the little ones grubby but happy.

Lauren Reddiex reports.

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Bulldogs coach maintains honesty is the best policy after copping $25,000 fine

Bulldogs coach, Dean Pay, has spoken out for the first time since he was fined $25,000 for bagging referees. And AFL’s Nic Natanui has been suspended after rough play against Port Adelaide.

Kaileigh Carew reports.

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QUT Radio News – Thursday 10 May 2018

The headlines, power Bills and Climate Change – the intersection between science, dollars, and politics.

As the dual citizenship row continues for politicians, we talk to a couple who are taking the plunge and become new Aussies.

Donald Trump claims vindication as North Korea releases US hostages.

And a major Italian ballet comes to Brisbane – and says arrivederci to the rest of Australia.

QUT Radio News is brought to you by Liam MacGillivray and Milly Dimitrijevic.

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QUT TV News – Wednesday 9 May 2018

The federal budget

In this bulletin, a High Court decision took centre stage on day one of the Federal Budget sell.

Middle income families are the key winners in this year’s Federal budget.

The 2018 Budget is being called a ‘crowd pleaser’ at a post-Budget breakfast in Brisbane this morning. But some say Queenslanders have been gypped.

There was a major shock in last night’s Budget for residents of the Redlands, east of Brisbane.

The future is bright for school students who have a disability.

The Brisbane Broncos are in cruise mode going into the double-header at Suncorp, this Saturday.

This edition of QUT News is brought to you by Megan Dennis, Sarah Cawte and Tom Copley.

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Citizenship scandal claims more victims

A High Court decision took centre stage on day one of the Federal Budget sell. This morning, the court ruled dual British citizenship means one Labor Senator loses her seat. And in a House of tumbling cards, more soon got caught in the spill.

Grant Hayes reports.

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