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QUT TV News – Monday 27 April 2015

In today’s QUT TV News… the death toll after Nepal’s devastating earthquake has risen to more than 3,200, with Australians feared among them.

An eleventh hour vigil in Brisbane this morning, for two Australian drug smugglers on death row in Indonesia. The group remain hopeful Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be spared. ​

The Billy Gordon scandal continues to dominate state politics. Today, the LNP came under fire for releasing confidential documents about the MP’s children. ​

A 10-year-old boy and his mother have hand-delivered a petition signed by 120-thousand people urging the Immigration Minister to stop their deportation.

And the Australian Rugby League Commission has finalised the team for Friday’s Anzac Test match against New Zealand. Four new faces have been injected into the squad. Cameron Smith returns to lead his twentieth Kangaroos test. ​

Today’s QUT TV News is brought to you by Daniel Winters, Deon Savage and Joshua Bristow.

Read on » QUT TV News – Monday 27 April 2015

Australians feared dead after Nepal’s earthquake

The death toll after Nepal’s devastating earthquake has risen to more than 3,200, with an Australian feared among them.

More than 6,000 people are injured and aftershocks continue to jolt Kathmandu and surrounding areas in the wake of Saturday’s 7.9 magnitude earthquake.

Jorgia White reports.

Read on » Australians feared dead after Nepal’s earthquake

Vigil held for Aussies on death row

An eleventh hour vigil in Brisbane this morning, for two Australian drug smugglers on death row in Indonesia.

The group remain hopeful Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be spared.

Despite a widespread belief the killings could take place as early as tomorrow.

Emilia Hutchinson reports.

Read on » Vigil held for Aussies on death row

Gordon scandal dominates Games’ announcement

The Billy Gordon scandal continues to dominate state politics.

Today, the LNP came under fire for releasing confidential documents about the MP’s children.

The Premier labelled the move an ‘all time low’ as she tried to turn the spotlight to the Commonwealth Games.

Heidi Sheehan reports.

Read on » Gordon scandal dominates Games’ announcement

Mother’s desperate plea to Dutton

A 10-year-old boy and his mother have hand-delivered a petition signed by 120-thousand people urging the Immigration Minister to stop their deportation.

Canberra rejected the woman’s visa application last month saying her son’s autism is a burden to Australian tax-payers.

Tom Armstrong reports.

Read on » Mother’s desperate plea to Dutton

Kangaroos Anzac Test team named

The Australian Rugby League Commission has finalised the team for Friday’s Anzac Test match against New Zealand.

Four new faces have been injected into the squad.

Cameron Smith returns to lead his twentieth Kangaroos test.

Crimson Dunstan reports.

Read on » Kangaroos Anzac Test team named

Another loss for the Lions

The Brisbane Lions are still to win a game, copping their fourth loss in a row at the weekend.

Skipper Tom Rockliff says there are no more excuses, and it’s time to break the losing streak.

Vanessa Wolfe reports.

Read on » Another loss for the Lions

QUT News G20 Special – Wrap and review

Our special wrap up of the G20 global summit with QUT News reporters Vanessa Wolfe, Joseph Cooney, Celeste Skinner, Jim Malo, Georgia Terry, Jacinta Lal and Whitney Angell.

Read on » QUT News G20 Special – Wrap and review

G20 wrap and review – tonight

Don’t miss our G20 wrap up and review tonight – Friday 21 November 2014.

We’ll be online via our website and on air via 31 Digital at 7pm tonight.

Don’t miss our G20 wrap and review

Don’t miss our G20 wrap up and review this Friday 21 November 2014.

We’ll be online via our website and on air via 31 Digital at 7pm tomorrow night.