Day: 18 September 2019

QUT TV News – Wednesday 18 September 2019

In this bulletin, the Federal Government is under fire over a new inquiry into the family law system. Brisbane Broncos stars humiliated in their final game have been soul searching today, with admissions heads could roll. A rescued Brisbane bush

Federal family court inquiry faces backlash

The Federal Government is under fire over a new inquiry into the family law system. Many believe family courts are failing Australians but are worried the inquiry will be biased. Ha-Teya Gripske reports.

Broncos turmoil after record loss

Brisbane Broncos stars, humiliated in their final game, have been soul searching today with admissions that heads could roll. A media circus wanted answers for their devastating loss, but they remain few and far between. Max Melit reports.

‘Amazing’ Brisbane bushwalker’s survival

A rescued Brisbane bush walker has an incredible story of survival. He was stranded for two days with serious injuries before being airlifted to safety. Harris Wakeling reports.

Lime celebrates one-hundred million rides

Electric scooter company, Lime, has chalked up one hundred million rides globally and despite an initial backlash, the mode of transport has taken Brisbane by storm. Charles Dally-Watkins reports.

New test for early detection of chronic disease

Researchers have developed a test that will lead Australians to a healthier life. It predicts the likelihood of chronic diseases. Michael Rodden reports.

Mayor rejoices in much needed rain

It’s rare for Queenslanders to sing in the rain at the moment but last night’s showers had a local mayor giddy for a ditty. Libby Hopper reports.

QUT Radio News – Wednesday 18 September 2019

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