A food fight has erupted on a global scale as growing collective action against agricultural giant Monsanto has attracted worldwide attention through social media.
The vibe in postcode 4077 grew deadly for all the right reasons on Saturday when thousands of young performers, supporters, elders and people from the wider community descended upon CJ Greenfield Sporting Complex to enjoy the 2013 annual Stylin’Up festival.
Brisbane is hosting the EduTECH 2013 National Congress & Exhibition.
Vinyl records had been and still are undergoing a serious resurgence in popularity amongst music lovers, with re-issues of many classic records hitting the shelves of record stores, and collectors paying more than ever for mint condition original copies of those same cult releases.
It seems that the renovation of the Howard Smith Wharves will finally go ahead.
The ‘Your Lens’ exhibition is part of National Youth Week celebrations and the culmination of three workshops facilitated as part of a program called Access Art, which is aimed at promoting inclusive arts for people of all abilities.
Harmony Day panellists spoke about their personal experiences with cultural clashes in the Australian media.
“We are constantly bombarded by press releases from the Labor Government at the moment. We are also deluged with emails from a stream of active and dynamic PR firms in Brisbane.”
Professor Hornsey suggests that, due to identity’s inherent fluidity, there’s an element of the impostor in all of us and perhaps that’s why we find the practice of impostorism so intriguing.
More than 500 motorbike riders turned out on Sunday in a massive display of support for the annual Black Dog Ride.