Max Iffland has been selling kewpie dolls at regional shows for 35 years and loves to hear the stories of customers with a sentimental attachment to the dolls.
“We have people who come in every year and if you asked for a recipe they would rather die than give it to you.” Cheryl Thiel.
Many of the volunteers have been involved with Ekka since they can remember and often the baton handed down through the generations.
Best mates Jimmy Leahey-Butler and Christopher Ryan are embarking on a six-month motorbike journey from the tip of North America to the southernmost point of South America.
The Cambodia Centre for Human Rights (CCHR) has won the University of Queensland’s Communication for Social Change (CSC) Award 2013 in the organisational category in recognition of their work developing the Sithi Portal.
“When a lot of the media coverage was happening at the start of this year, a lot of us felt like it was wrongly labeling everybody from Logan to be like that, when we all know that’s not true.”
Thousands of refugees and supporters turned out for the Lantern Parade Walk for Refugees in Brisbane last night.
A gay man was to marry a lesbian in an effort to highlight the bid to legalise same-sex marriage in Australia. But things didn’t go to plan.
Colour stations set up along the five kilometre course welcomed the runners with bursts of coloured powder and clouds of powder could be seen from across the course.
The take-home message is that African communities are here, they’re strong and they’re an integral part of the Brisbane community.