Do you eat lilly pillies off hedges in the street? Or sprinkle lemon myrtle in your cooking?
“I wasn’t really funny as a kid and I had to become funny fairly quickly because I went to nine schools.”
The University of Queensland Union student election has been declared invalid.
Mr Akbar was blunt: “What worries me deeply is the death of the [news] story. The death of the story is the death of the editor”.
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.
Mark Isaacs has just returned from spending ten months on Nauru working with the Salvation Army.
Rainbow serpent at 4AAA mural in West End. Credit: Damian West It is often framed as a totem, a sign of some higher latent human potential that modern Australia was able to pull itself together at the seams minus the ritual violence, upheaval and general ugliness that usually goes hand-in-hand with the birth of nations. A nation born beneath a dove…no monkey business here. At least that’s how the story goes when Australia’s Indigenous (First Nations) people are sidelined to the bleachers, in turn obscuring a second, untold parallel birth; that of the ultimate ‘other’. During the 1970s and 80s in Brisbane and around the nation, First Nations communities started to recognize the power of radio and other media as… Read More →
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.
Parents and families from nine school communities in Southeast Queensland face the possibility of having to find a different school to send their children to at the end of the year.
Local venues around the state will play host to a very festive fundraising event this year, it might just be in your backyard.