When was the last time you were told a story?
Local venues around the state will play host to a very festive fundraising event this year, it might just be in your backyard.
Electronic waste, also known as E-Waste, is one of the fastest growing contributors to Australia’s waste stream and can have lasting environmental and health impacts in communities around the world.
“Everybody’s now part of the dreaming in this country, and it’s important for people to have that knowledge and not think of it as separate to them.” Fred Leone.
The Dhammagiri monks of Mount Crosby rely on community engagement to practice their lifestyle.
BlazeAid volunteers have been helping rural Australian families for over four years.
Nestled in the quiet backstreets of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, Dress for Success provides corporate attire to unemployed people struggling to join or return to the workforce and offers support to get them back on their feet.
In a jam-packed warehouse tucked away in Woolloongabba, the staff at Reverse Garbage are working hard to turn Brisbane’s trash into treasure.
TUCKED away in tiny crevices, inside warehouses and dance studios and inner-city office blocks, are clusters of people making a change.
Up to 40 tonnes of fresh, dried, frozen and packaged products move through the Foodbank Queensland warehouse each day – donations from companies and farmers considered ‘unsaleable’.